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History Of Sliding Block Puzzles
History Of Sliding Block Puzzles
Sliding puzzles have now been around for over one hundred years and have delighted puzzle solvers of all ages.
It is said that Noyes Chapman created the very first sliding block puzzle around 1880, but instead of a picture it was tiles numbered one through fifteen that had to be placed in order.
The puzzle was a hit and soon the sliding puzzle became a favourite party favor, gift and way to pass the time. Today you can find sliding puzzles with numbered tiles, or tiles that must be manipulated to form a lovely picture.

Put Together a Picture, If You Can
Test your brain skills with slide puzzle games. Instead of collecting and finding traditional puzzle pieces, test your skills with the difficult format of puzzle gaming.
The puzzle is fixed in a frame and only one piece can be moved at a time. And when you move a piece, it also changes the position of the others, which makes it more challenging than a traditional puzzle.
ProProfs offers dozens of free sliding block puzzles for your enjoyment. Choose one to solve or create your own sliding puzzles based on pictures from elsewhere on the internet or even your photos!

The idea with this online puzzle is to try your best to really solve it. Because even if you try and fail, your brain will get a great workout. And if you succeed, you'll enjoy a moment of immense satisfaction.

Puzzle games like this sliding iguana puzzle train important brain skills like spatial reasoning and perception. Play puzzle games often to help your brain stay sharp!

The type of sliding puzzle has been around for years. It's fun and challenging.

Slide the pieces around, and reassemble the picture if you can.

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

This is an HTML5 game. It does not require the Adobe Flash Player. The game should run easily in any modern browser.

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