Play Slide Puzzle online
Connect the starting point with the endpoint using block links! Watch out to see which direction the links are pointing to and how to move them around.
Who can play Slide Puzzle?
Ages 6 and up
Difficulty level: medium
How to play Slide Puzzle game
Left-click on your mouse to grab a block and slide it to your desired location
When the blocks connect with the beginning point, they change color from green to white
Grey blocks cannot be moved
Blocks only move to free spaces
On some levels, you may have more blocks that are needed in the end solution
Connect both points to solve a level of Slide Puzzle
About the game Slide Puzzle
The end goal of the game is very simple - connecting both points. However, this slide puzzle game will get more and more tricky to solve with every level to keep it interesting and train your brain! If you feel up to a challenge, see our collection of logic games, where you must think strategically and use logic skills. As the name of the game also tells you, Slide Puzzle is a puzzle game, and if you enjoy solving riddles, we have more interesting and complex puzzle games for you to try out! If you remember the childhood classic Tetris, a very similar game to that is 10x10, where you must place different shapes on a 10 by 10 board. Fill a line in any direction and it disappears!
Do you want something more fast-paced? Similar to Slide Attack, also Shape attack is a game that requires logic, but to beat Shape Attack, you must also have a very fast reaction! Play Shape Attack and match your shape to the ones incoming towards you!
Web browser (mobile and desktop)
October 10, 2020
Slide Puzzle was developed by Proto Games
What is the trick to slide puzzles?
One strategy you can use is to free up your goal location and move the target piece in that direction by moving all the pieces in the way, too. Then make a full"circle" again and again until the last piece of the chain, which is your target piece, reaches its location!
Who invented slide puzzles?
The oldest known slide puzzle was invented in 1880 by Noyes Chapman, however, in some records, Sam Loyd is credited as the inventor.