Ladybird Logic Game - Play Free Online

Ladybird Logic
Play:  Small | Medium | Large

Ladybird is a challenging brain puzzle that can help build your concentration and deductive reasoning.

This is a logic game with 3 levels of difficulty.

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

Ladybird Logic Instructions

Complete the puzzle by placing tiles on the board, making sure all 'inside' numbers match with the tile beside them.

Every time you solve a puzzle, Ladybird will creep up a notch. When she reaches the top, the blue lightning bug will fly, spreading colorful stars as he goes.

The harder the level - the faster Ladybird creeps!

If you like this game, you might also enjoy the other free math and puzzle games on this site, such as Tower Blaster, Chronotron, and Numberz.

HOW TO PLAY.  To get started, click the EASY, TAME, or HARD button to select the difficulty.

Click EASY to see TAME, click TAME to see HARD, etc. Then start dragging tiles from the tile board on the right to the empty peg board on the left.

This game can help improve your concentration and deductive reasoning. Enhancing these indirectly helps strengthen your memory too.

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