Disaster Will Strike 3
Turns out the reason dinosaurs died out was because they decided to be colossal jerks, at least according to Qaibo's physics puzzle Disaster Will Strike 3, which informs you that since all the dinosaurs have turned evil, it's up to you, as the universe, to wipe their eggs off the face of the earth with a few well placed natural disasters that will destroy all of them. Hey, if eggs without arms or legs or really anything other than evil grins are somehow able to build complex structures to protect themselves, that is not any business I want to be a part of. In each stage, you've got a limited number of different types of disasters, such as earthquakes or floods, and you have to figure out how to use them and where to set off a chain reaction that will destroy the eggs by crushing them or dashing them against rocks. Earthquakes, for instance, need to be used on the ground, but will shatter any glass atop it, while wind will blow any round objects around. Ultimately, victory is yours when all the eggs lay an gelatinous mass of ruined yolks on the ground. Or hollow-eyed drowning victims. Which is... sort of disturbing, actually. Is enjoying this game some sort of psychiatric red flag?
Unsettling sociopathic implications aside, if you don't mind the morbid subject matter, Disaster Will Strike 3 is actually pretty clever. It's not just mindlessly throwing down tornadoes and floods willy-nilly, since each level is set up in such a way that you actually need to figure out how to use your semi-phenomenal, nearly-cosmic powers to get the eggs in place for their eggs-ecution. (Sorry not sorry.) Since eggs float, for example, they'll just bob harmlessly atop the surface of your flood waters unless you figure out how to use your surroundings to keep them submerged long enough for... well, you get the idea. It's not drastically different from the original game or the sequel apart from some different disasters to use, although the level design does on the whole feel more creative. If someone starts cackling and dry washing their hands while playing this, and maybe grows a spontaneously Snidely Whiplash moustache, you might want to give them a wide berth. For the rest of us, Disaster Will Strike 3 is a solid little physics puzzler with a whole pile of clever levels that makes for a good chunk of gaming. Don't feel too bad about eradicating the smug little jerks... you can't make an omelet without wiping an entire species off the face of the Earth. I think I learned that from Doctor Who.