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Freeware Games Of The Week (Continuity, LF2)

Oct 9 - Oct 15

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A teamwork by 4 brilliant students, invented the game Continuity, one of the best and innovative platformer puzzlers in my recent memory. It's actually a combination of platforming and sliding tile puzzling game. 

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Freeware Game Of The Week (N-The way of the ninja)

Sep 25 - Oct 1

Disclaimer: I'm not responsible if you lose hours of your working time hooked to your computer screen playing this game.

Get Ready, Inadvertently homicidal robots, evasive ninjas and a whole whack of style!

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Freeware Game Of The Week (Icy Tower)

Sep 18 - 24

Icy Tower is a free game from Free Lunch Design. It is a fun and short, yet addictive game where your only goal is to gain as much score as possible. The game brings you custom characters, unlockable floors types, replays to share with your friends, lots of combo rewards and more! Icy Tower is available for PC Windows, Mac OS X and iPhone & iPod Touch. Enjoy!

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Free Brain-Training Game Claims To Improve Your Memory

I'm quite a fan of those brain-training games that you often see advertised in magazines and on the TV.  If you are too, here's one for your PC which is free to download and use.  It's called N-Back, and you can get it from http://brainworkshop.sourceforge.net.  It runs on all recent versions of Windows, and the download is 10 MB.

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Best Free Hearts Game

Introduction

The game of Hearts dates back to around 1850 and derives from older games of skill where one had to try to avoid taking certain cards. It has now become one of the most popular card games. Computer Hearts is usually designed for four players per game (though in real-life card play the game can accommodate anything from 3 to 7 players).

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Best Free Sudoku Puzzle, Generator and Solver

Introduction

Sudoku is a simple logic puzzle and number placement game, easy to learn, great for zoning your logic thinking while you play the game.

There is only one rule to completing a sudoku: each 3x3 box, each row and each column, must contain each of the digits from 1 to 9 without repetition (there are nine cells in every row, column and box). The puzzle begins with some cells already numbered. Your task is to fill in all the rest.

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