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Get puzzling!

Sometimes a bit of fun is exactly what we need. If you're interest in puzzles and quizzes we've put together a quick list of free websites to take a look at.

1) Memozor

Boasting benefits for our memory alongside the enjoyment of playing, the Memozor website is packed full of games designed specifically with older people in mind. Not for everyone but see what you think!

2) Web Sudoku

This online version of the popular numbers game is easy to use and simple to play. Every Sudoku has a unique solution that can be reached logically. Enter numbers into the blank spaces so that each row, column and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9 without repeats.

3) Daily Word Search

Who doesn't love a word search? In this online version of the classic game you can select different size grids and test out your searching skills. It's trickier than you might think.

4) Daily Crossword

Also found on mindgames.com, there's a crossword for every day of the year. A newspaper classic digitised!

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