Mathematical games and puzzles have been used as a source of amusement and entertainment for thousands of years. It is now recognised that puzzles and games represent an authentic context for the development of mathematical problem solving and reasoning skills. Students who develop these mathematical proficiencies of problem solving and reasoning can then apply them to a range of increasingly sophisticated mathematical problems. This collection of 120 mathematical games and puzzles was compiled by Dr John West. It includes 17 different types of puzzle designed to provide an appropriate level of challenge for students of different ages and abilities. Proceeds from the sale of this publication support the mathematical association in your state or territory. Educational institutions may purchase a license that grants their staff members non-transferable copying rights for this publication (for educational purposes).