Coolmath Games is a portal that offers surprisingly good, free-to-play educational games. These games involve no violence. They focus on logic, enabling you to learn without even realizing it.
The reason behind Coolmath Games being a popular portal is in the quality of its browser games. They manage to be entertaining and kid friendly while often providing good challenges and managing to teach in a fun way.
The 10 Best CoolMath Games
Run 3 is an intriguing platformer where gravity shifts as you approach a wall. When you hold a key to the left or right, you are drawn to that wall and it becomes your floor. It’s a very fun gimmick for an Endless Runner platformer that would otherwise be quite dull. That said, I spend a while seeing how far I could get and the challenges keeps the game interesting and fresh for a long time.
What more can I say? Chess is always a good choice. You can play chess with friends or against a random opponent. If you just want a quick way to play chess on a browser, this one works pretty well. It’s probably why it’s one of the most popular Coolmath games. Coolmath’s Chess also has skins that radically change the way the game looks. For instance, you can play on a simple 2D board or on a very fancy 3D board with beautiful chess pieces and an expensive looking wood board.
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This typical idle game promises many exciting moments when you finally accumulate enough gold to upgrade your hero or hire an assistant, allowing the gold to accumulate on its own. It’s as deep as any other idle game, but it might have just enough to keep a kid entertained for hours.
This puzzle game has a straightforward concept, which is what makes it good. The board has a bunch of blocks and you have to make a clear path for the red block to go through the hole on the side of the board. The puzzles start pretty easy and get increasingly harder. The less moves you make, the more points you are awarded. It’s one of those simple concepts that can become over complicated and challenging, making it a great for those who want to improve their problem-solving skills.
While a 2D physics-based motorcycle game may not be innovative, it doesn’t make Moto X3M any less enjoyable. The game has many different levels with unique challenges and obstacles, keeping it fresh and fun. There is a surprising amount of challenge variation, which I very much appreciate.
This exploration game, which is very well designed, gives off the vibe of an old NES game. You have a jump button, an action button to interact with items and the environment, and a lamp that helps with the sense of immersion in exploring a dark tomb. The game has a decent retro sound design, fun puzzles, and pretty good pixel art that made me pleasantly surprised to have found it on Coolmath.
There Is No Game
This is the most unconventional browser game I’ve ever played. It’s one of those experiences that make you smile while you realize how creative, fun, and interesting the game is. I very much appreciate there’s no game. I can’t talk much about it without spoiling the experience, but the game has a narrator who tries to convince you that there is no game. Now you have to click on the screen, think outside the box, and solve these very unusual puzzles that are presented to you by There Is No Game.
A surprisingly good browser-based Metroidvania game with straightforward controls. You use the arrows to move and C to jump. Initially, the cube can only jump, but you obtain power-ups like a double jump and others that assist in navigating the stage to gather the medals needed to complete the game. The graphics are not great, but the game can be quite challenging and fun at times.
The Sun for the Vampire 3
This is a straightforward puzzle platformer. While there’s nothing particularly unique about this game, its ease of play and functionality are sufficient to keep children engaged and focused. Also, since it’s a puzzle game, it’s good for kids to practice logical thinking.
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This is a remarkably intricate, refined platformer. It offers numerous items, abilities, and paths for exploration. You have to run, jump, and fight the evil lurking in the dungeons in order to save your village. This platforming in this game feels good, the art is also surprisingly decent, and the game overall just feels ambitious when compared to other platformers that you can find on Coolmath.