- Quizzes in DailyMail.com’s new thinking section test general knowledge and maths
- Thousands play Daily Mail’s GuessWord, the five-letter guessing game
- Click HERE to access the page on your smartphone, tablet or web browser
DailMail.com’s new puzzle section attracts thousands of readers every day with multiple choice quizzes like MasterQuiz, Mindbender and Quick Quiz.
MasterQuiz is a six-round quiz that tests readers on their current affairs and general knowledge.
Mindbender measures your mental acuity with a handful of questions on arithmetic and verbal reasoning. The fastest of the bunch is Quick Quiz – a quick game consisting of five short questions.
And every Saturday, a ten-round quiz – Pub Quiz – will be updated with ten general questions.
But don’t worry if you miss it, using the puzzle page archives gives you access to a catalog of games spanning months.
MasterQuiz, Mindbender and Quick Quiz are multiple choice quizzes available for free in the new puzzles section of DailyMail.com – and updated daily
Mindbender focuses on mental acuity with a handful of questions on arithmetic and verbal reasoning
Players can choose from dozens of additional FREE daily puzzles via the new puzzle page, accessible on your smartphone, tablet, and desktop web browser.
Among the list of puzzles are favorites exclusive to the Daily Mail, including GuessWord, which puts a twist on the popular five-letter guessing game.
GuessWord gives players six chances to find a five-letter word, discovering which letters and where they appear along the way.
Other games in the section are classic Japanese logic puzzles like Sudoku, Cross Number, Futoshiki, Hidato, KenKen, Suguru and Suko.
And various interpretations of the flagship Sudoku are also available – these include Killer Sudoku, Mini Sudoku, Sudoku X and Ultra Sudoku puzzles of varying difficulty.
Sudoku Ultra is the most user-friendly deployment of the classic numbers game, allowing players to enter possible values into each empty square and easily eliminate them once a set selection is made.
MasterQuiz is a six-round quiz that tests readers on their current affairs and general knowledge
KenKen takes Sudoku to the next level, unlike Sudoku where each number plays the role of a symbol, players have to consider the numerical value of the number and perform calculations.
Similarly, Suko asks players to enter all numbers into a grid and ensure separate totals are satisfied.
But this is no more difficult than Killer Sudoku – none of the initial squares are filled and in addition to rows, columns and 3 by 3 regions, each square is part of a larger cell and also has a sum .
Try our new puzzles today by clicking HERE or visiting www.dailymail.co.uk/puzzles on any device.