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Fun engaging games perfect for a rainy day or a long road trip! Simply choose a game and print to enjoy.


These fun, free game templates are perfect for a rainy day or long road trip! Just choose your game and print to enjoy.

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Different game levels

Choose from beginner, advanced, or challenging and get ready to play.

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Challenge your brain

Doing games like Sudoku and Kakuro can help keep your brain sharp, healthy, and aid relaxation.

How to play the games

  • 1. How to play Sudoku

    Sudoku is a game traditionally played within a 9x9 grid. This grid is further divided into sub grids of 3x3 squares. Sudoku begins with some cells already filled in for you. The object of Sudoku is fairly simple – you must fill each empty cell with a number between 1 and 9, but there are a few rules to bear in mind when playing.


    Below are the guidelines for playing Sudoku:

    1. Each horizontal row must contain each number only once.
    2. Each vertical column must contain each number only once.
    3. Each 3x3 sub grid (or region) must contain each number only once.
  • 2. How to play Kakuro

    The game of Kakuro is about numbers, similar to Sudoku. But unlike Sudoku, Kakuro requires some mathematical reasoning. Each Kakuro game consists of black and white squares, much like a crossword puzzle. You need to fill in the white squares with a number from 1 to 9.


    Below are the guidelines for playing Kakuro:

    1. Enter a number in the white cells so that they add up to the total of the black box on the grid. (For example, if the given sum is 4 and the answer consists of two cells, the possible solutions are 1-3 or 3-1. You cannot use 2-2 as a solution, since you would use the number 2 twice.)
    2. A number in the bottom half of the grid indicates a vertical total, while a number in the top half is the horizontal total.
    3. Horizontal and vertical sections can only contain each number once.
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