This page lists the most popular free online brain games on Memory-Improvement-Tips.com (this website).
I've also included a list of multiplayer games on this site, as well as the newest games.
There are hundreds of free online brain games on this site. Play them in your browser, anytime, for free. No logging in, no registering. Just go to the game page and start playing!
The games listed below are in order of recent pageviews from my Google Analytics account. The higher in the list, the more pageviews it typically receives.
Most Popular Games:
Example Brain Game: Crazy Jetpack
endless runner game
Online Multiplayer Games:
To learn how to set up a private game room where you can play a friend on two different computers, see Multiplayer Instructions for CodeThisLab Games. This is for the CTL HTML5 multiplayer games, marked with an asterisk * below.
Two-Player "In-the-Same-Room" Games:
The most popular games are played thousands of times a day. I'm sure you'll find something you enjoy!
Having trouble finding a brain game on this site that you enjoy? Start at number 1 in the list above, and try a few top favorites.
The less-popular games are still very good for your brain, in my opinion. Don't assume that because a particular game is low on the "popularity" list that you shouldn't play it.
The various brain games on this site train different brain skills including memory, but also reaction speed, concentration, logical reasoning, and so on.
It is wise to play a variety of games so your brain training is well rounded.
When it comes to brain games, many different types that exist that can target specific cognitive skills. Some brain games may improve memory, while others can enhance problem-solving abilities or improve focus and attention.
Here are a few examples of the different types of brain games and the brain attributes they may train:
Memory Games: These games may help improve short-term and long-term memory, as well as working memory. Examples of memory games include concentration and matching games, as well as games that involve recalling sequences of numbers or letters.
Problem-Solving Games: These games may enhance reasoning and analytical abilities, as well as critical thinking skills. Examples of problem-solving games include Sudoku, crossword puzzles, and logic games.
Attention and Focus Games: These games may improve focus and attention, as well as the ability to multitask. Examples of attention and focus games include visual scanning games, matching games, and reaction time games.
Overall, brain games can be an excellent way to help keep your mind sharp and improve your cognitive abilities. By incorporating a variety of different types of brain games into your routine, you can target different cognitive skills and keep your brain challenged and engaged.
For more information about which brain skills your can improve, visit the Brain Games explanation page.
Last Updated: 03/27/2023