The developers we feature here don't tend to ask a lot from us in return for the content they put out. They're like magical internet elves, cobbling games rather than shoes while we sleep. Black Box, the latest puzzle from On of Eyezmaze, is the first title from the much loved developer that will cost you a little something if you want to play it all the way through. Donate a dollar or more by clicking on the appropriate button within the game, and you'll be given a password that unlocks the whole thing, since only the first half is available to play for free. Please do not post the password in the comments. After all, wouldn't you consider a dollar a more than fair payment for someone who has given you over eight years of entertainment for free? If you don't want to donate, you can still play through the first chunk, but trust us when we say you'll definitely want to know where this one is going... it's just that odd.
The actual game is what you've come to expect from Eyezmaze... a surreal little gem full of strangeness, wonder, and an almost unhealthy level of cuteness. Just click to interact, and try to figure out what to click on and when in order to advance through the game. Some objects can be dragged around the screen as well. Like all of the developer's games, Black Box is more than a little weird, and will success will depend on experimentation rather than logic unless you hail from some bizarre robot dimension. The game itself is actually a bit longer than most other titles from On, and unfolds like some crazy Rubik's Cube crossed with a Rube Goldberg device. If you want to help fund the next series of Grow games, or just give a little thank you to someone who has made you smile for free so many times, then you surely won't mind the small entrance fee to yet another beautiful, silly, and imaginative puzzle from our friend Eyezmaze.
Thanks to Cynthia for sending this one in.