Now that I have a couple of weeks of free time before the winter quarter begins, I plan to catch up on things around here with more reviews, as well as some special features I'm working on to make the site even better. And to start things off, I'd like to introduce you to RayRay Parade: a charming logic puzzle game starring cute little children that scamper into play in formation, and then flash their tummies at you when you solve their puzzles.
The objective of the instantly familiar game is to get all of the RayRays standing. Clicking on a RayRay will change its state: a sitting RayRay will stand, while a standing RayRay will sit. Some RayRays affect others around it, so the trick becomes figuring out the correct sequence.
There are three difficulty modes, and five tables (levels) to each mode. Upon finishing you will be given a letter grade (A through F) based on how many moves, or clicks, that it took you to solve all 5 levels.
With thanks to Yaneev of Tel Aviv for suggesting this delightful game. =)