CannonBob is a mouse-driven game in which the objective is to set up a cannon - changing its position, angle and power - to launch a human cannonball and burst as many balloons as possible. There are 25 levels of increasing difficulty, each with the aim of achieving a target score by setting up the perfect shot.
This memory game tests your short term memory. In this game, the computer will first flash the lights one by one, and then you will have to flash the same lights in the same sequence. If you made a wrong move, the game is over. The number of flashes will gradually increase so the number of steps to be remembered will increase and the game will becomes harder and harder.
The objective of Moko Moko is to keep the ball up as long as possible and use it to break the blocks.
The paddle will accelerate as you move it, so practice a bit until you feel comfortable with it. Be careful when picking up powerups. Some of them have negative effects, such as shrinking your paddle. The symbols are pretty self-explanatory, so make sure it's good before you grab it. Some blocks have to be hit more than once to be destroyed.
Try to get the ball to go above the blocks so that it will bounce between them and the ceiling. This will destroy a lot of blocks, and you won't even have to do any work.
Do you have the (mental) skills needed for these games?