Some of the Best Puzzle Games for Kids

There are some puzzles that are suited or designed for kids. They all vary in difficulty and game methodology. Below we are listing some of them.

Puzzle games are a good fit as a genre of games for kids because even if they become addicted to it, those kind of games actually help the kids sharpen their skills whether is word finding skills, expanding their vocabulary or logic puzzles which improve their problem solving skills. The children friendly games are designed in such a way that it doesn’t frustrate kids while trying to solve them so they don’t feel like the game is a struggle.


Games are always much more fun when you play with a friend. You can play with a friend and each of you is assigned a character and your character has the ability to cut their friends character into shapes, this in turn is helpful to find out the solutions of the game levels. With each level having its own target(objective) which will be known upfront. Once the puzzle game is completed they will be able to move to the next level, there is also an option to add additional players, so it can be played in multiplayer mode too.


This is a world building or map building game which has very beautiful graphics. This adventure puzzle involves finding map pieces to extend the world you are currently at. Carto is the name of the main character on the game which split from her grandma and must now use her mapping skills to be able to go back to her. The game is full of other characters that will serve her as a guide. The design of the game is very child friendly and creates a nice game experience which kids will sure like.

United Goose<

This game is a very fun one. It involves the people of a small town that you need to mess around with but not as a human but as a Goose (in case you hadn’t figured it out yet).  We all need to teach kids to be caring and compassionate with animals in real life but in this game the roles are reversed and a Goose messing with town people is very funny.


Dofromantic is a game that is similiar with Carto in many ways. It gives kids the ability to explore their world building capabilities and if your kids loves to create and build things he/she will love it. It is a very relaxing strategy game with beautiful graphics. The game starts off with a stack of tiles and the objective of the game is create a map in which the terrain and tiles are in harmony with one another. There are quests as you progress further in the game which require your kid to accomplish different tasks such as for example surround certain places with a specific type of tile. It is sure to make your kid think and show off their creative side.


Donut Country

Ah donuts. Most kids love them and you immediately can tell that this game is made for kids just by reading the title and seeing the game graphics.  It is fun sometimes seeing stuff fall into a hole gives us some degree of satisfaction. In this donut game players will transform into a whole that will go around and put everything in it (anything that fits in the hole). The hole-lord in this game is BK The Raccoon that has decided to suck all his friends. There are characters in this game that are revealed and for whom the player learns has he plays. It can serve children as lesson that every action has a consequence.