Relax and Enjoy a Computer Game or Two

Relax and Enjoy a Computer Game or Two
Sometimes we need a break from the daily grind that allows us to sit back, relax, and enjoy a game or two. Listed below are links to several games that are based on the PC Advice section at BellaOnline. These games below include hangman, word scramble, word search and memory tiles.

All the games are based on technology and computers to help release your inner geek! If you have been paying attention my articles then you should have no problem with any of these games - if you can not find you geek speak then time to read again!

So kick back, relax and see how well can you do!

Play PC Advice Hangman
This is the classic game of hangman where you need to guess the word letter by letter within the alloted number of guesses. All the words are related to technology and computers. Can you complete the word before the hanging?

Play PC Advice Word Scramble
Help me! All of my geek words have been scrambled beyond recognition - even I can not put them back together. Help me figure out the correct words by rearranging the letters to form a word relating to technology and computers. How quickly can you get the answer?

Play PC Advice Word Search
Hidden in grid is a listing of 20 words that relate to technology and computers. Can you find all the words? To make the game even more challenging try hiding the word list and see how many you can find!

Play PC Advice Memory Tiles
Test your memory skills in this classic tile matching game. Flip the tiles and match the pictures to complete a set. There are eight set in total. If you make a set the tiles will stay flipped - if you miss they turn back over. Pay close attention to the location of each picture! Remove all the tiles to win the game. How high can you score?

Happy gaming!

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