The Tower of Hanoi game is one of the classic puzzles, invented by the French mathematician Edouard Lucas in 1883. The puzzle consists of three poles. On the first of them there are some disks with different dimensions, ordered from largest to smallest. The rules of the Tower of Hanoi puzzle are very simple; you need to move all the disks to the last pole to reconstruct the tower exactly as it was before. But there's a catch ~ when doing so, a larger disk cannot be placed over a smaller one! To move a disk, drag it towards the top of the screen then drag it left or right towards its destination pole and release. If you attempt an invalid move the game will return the disk to its original position.
There are different control options depending on the type of device you are playing with so check in-screen for details. After you play this online Tower of Hanoi game, why not check out our other free online games? If you enjoy this type of classic puzzle game, why not try our construction balancing game, Constrcuction Weights or Free the Key, a moving blocks shapes game. We also have a number of puzzles that update daily that you can play by clicking on the 'Play Daily Games' link below or here.
You'll come to love Construction Weights, a great balancing game. Simply make the total weight on both beams the same by 'growing' the construction balls.
In another of our puzzle games, use your strategic thinking skills to free a key trapped in a temple. Impossible? Not quite!