Simon Tatham's Portable Puzzle Collection

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A collection of small computer programs which implement one-player puzzle games. All of them run natively on Unix (GTK), on Windows, and on Mac OS X.

Includes: Black Box, Bridges, Cube, Dominosa, Fifteen, Flip, Guess, Inertia, Light Up, Loopy, Map, Mines, Net, Netslide, Pattern, Pegs, Rectangles, Same Game, Sixteen, Slant, Solo, Tents, Twiddle and Tangle, in a single DMG

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Info about the OSX version from his site (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/puzzles/):

"Here is a Mac OS X disk image file, containing a single monolithic application called "Puzzles". You should be able to download and open the disk image, then drag the Puzzles application to wherever you feel like keeping it; it should be entirely self-contained. However, please note that this application is UNSUPPORTED AND NOT KEPT UP TO DATE: my Mac stopped working in April 2012 and so I currently have no means to build, test or develop this port."

Too bad. It'd be nice to have someone able to maintain the Mac version (though I haven't encountered a single bug in it as of yet).

Alternative names for some of the puzzles featured are, alphabetically: Akari (Light Up), Cube, Fillomino, Futoshiki, Hashiwokakero (Bridges), Inertia, Mastermind, Minesweeper, Netwalk/Freenet, Nonograms, Peg Solitaire, Picross, Planarity, Same Game, Shikaku, Slitherlink, Sudoku, Tentai Show and Tents.