Exercise Your Brain
Prepare to use your head! It’s a refreshing change from the many forms of modern entertainment where you don’t have to lift a neuron.
Fun for Everyone
Funster is filled with friendly games and puzzles that anyone can solve with enough concentration (like word search). We’re not here to stump you, but to provide those pleasant “aha!” moments as solutions are found.
Lose yourself here, even if you have only a few minutes. You’ll return to the real world with a new perspective. It’s like someone pressed your refresh button.
The Science Lab for Your Brain
Research indicates that brain exercise can be part of a healthy lifestyle. We’ll keep you posted on the science. We’d love to hear what works for you.
We’ve Been at This for Awhile
Since 1996, Funster has been dedicated to brain exercise. Our first offering was What’s in a Name?, the popular multiplayer word game that is still going strong. Funster was a Yahoo! Pick of the Year in 1997 (back when they still had such things).
The founder of Funster, Charles Timmerman, is the author of more than 100 puzzle books that have cumulatively sold over one million copies. In the early 1990s he created some of the very first computer games for Microsoft Windows, including the Symantec Game Pack, a collection of traditional games and puzzles.