Top 5 Free games Brain & Puzzle for Android

Hello everyone! Do you like Brain & Puzzle games? Well, I do :)

I have played a lot of games on my HTC Hero lately but when it comes to games where you have to think a lot, I always spend few hours playing because with these games you will never get bored. Here is my personal collection of brain & puzzle games which I played in the past month. Off course, these games you can play on Android OS. And they are free. If you like some of them, just click on the title of the game and you will be redirected to download site. Enjoy playing!

1. Alchemy

You have only four basic elements: Fire, Water, Earth and Air. Combine them and their products to get more than 200 new elements. You can create a Life, Beer, Vampires, Skyscrapers and much more..

very good game 9.8/10

2. Slice It!



Silver AWARD Winner – Pocket Gamer

Slice it ! is a puzzle game, where you slice different figures into the same ratio (or surface area).

great game 9.6/10


3.Brain Genius Deluxe

The Doc is back with a host of new exercises to train your brain!

ARE YOU A BRAIN GENIUS? Prove it and test your rain with 23 touch controlled brain training games that will analyze your observation, memory, calculation and reasoning abilities. BONUS GAMES including SUDOKU!

nice game 9.3/10

4. Burn the Rope

Burn the Rope is a unique game for the pyro in all of us! Just feed the fire!

Burn the Rope is a challenging game where you try to burn as much rope as you can in each level. There’s a catch! The fire only burns upwards, leaving you to tilt and turn the puzzle to keep your flame alive!

awesome game 9.4/10

5. Chess for Android


Chess application with move coach and choice of board colors and pieces.

Chess for Android consists of a chess engine and a GUI. The application accepts moves through the touch screen, trackball, or keyboard. An optional “move coach” highlights valid user moves during input and last played engine move. Full game navigation buttons enable users to correct mistakes or analyze games. Games can be exported and imported as FEN/PGN to and from the clipboard or saved and loaded as files by long-pressing the notation window. The engine plays at various levels (including random, against itself in auto-play, or free-play, where the game can be used as a “magnetic chessboard”). The user can play either side and, independently, view the board from the perspective of white or black.

amazing and fun game 9.2/10