It's always nice to find a solid debut release by a new developer. An arcadey combination of mouse avoidance and WarioWare-style mini-games, Mouse Quest by Oiloid Productions takes two love-em-or-hate-em genres of casual gameplay and fuses them into something quite likeable.
The plot is nothing too special: the mysterious Shapemaster has transported you to his dimension and presents your cursor with various fast-paced challenges so that you may prove your worth before facing him. There are the familiar masses of flying circles to dodge and mazes to traverse without hitting the walls, yes, but the authors bring some unexpected twists and cool variations, particularly in the boss battles. Overall, the presentation has the understandable minimalism of someone new to game development, but it's very enjoyable work all the same. Player's should have just enough time during their coffee break to happily click their way to the finale.