The most comprehensive and easy to navigate link directory for anything related to other puzzles and brain activities - games, toys, crosswords, quizzes, trivia, IQ, math and much more.
A resource for everyone interested in studying Japanese, offers Multimedia 16 Japanese lessons including cultural points, Math Lessons taken from Jr. high school and more.
The Pencil Pages have become a resource not only for pencil collectors or enthusiasts, but many others who have a tangential interest in information related in some way to pencils.
Home of the Paradoxical. Featuring puzzles, games, illusions, ideas, riddles, quotations, books, poems and more, all on a paradoxical theme.
A great collection of Fair Dice, Iamonds, Eternity, Mazes, Atom Stability, Dissections, Kites&Bricks, Triangles, Retrograde, Pentagons, Prize Problems, Books, Links, Chaos Tiles, and Partridges by Ed Pegg Jr.
Not all computer games are frenzied action or arcade romps! Launched in 1995 Quandary is committed to supporting players who prefer exercising their mind rather than their trigger finger.
Kevin Stone's unique collection of brain teasers, games and optical illusions. With over 1,200 teasers, 102 awards and around 1,400,000 Visitors per year, this site claims to be the world's most popular brain teaser resource.
The World Puzzle Federation is an international association of puzzlers and puzzlers' groups. It hosts the World Puzzle Championship, an annual event since 1992.
The Open Directory Project is the largest, most comprehensive human-edited directory of the Web. It is constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors.
Puzzle projects by Peter Grabarchuk, including puzzle products, books and publications, web puzzles and other puzzle activities.
From Tricky and Clever Puzzles through Baffling and Perplexing Illusions to Cognitive Toys.