Everyone loves ladybugs and fireflies. At least that's what Anton Koshechkin and Maxim Yurchenko are betting on with Nightflies, a charming physics puzzle game. Each level has some colorful lanterns on or near the ground. Your job is to clear a path so the nightflies can pick up the lanterns and carry them to their proper place above.
Using just your mouse, click to attach a ladybug to various moveable shapes around the screen. You've got a limited number of ladybug helpers, so plan your moves carefully. Point the bug in the direction you'd like it to fly and it will tow the shape behind it as it goes. These insects are stronger than they look. Keep in mind that they will also push against anything in their path. If you'd like to place more than one bug at a time, hold the shift key. They will start flying together when you release it. But be careful! The lanterns are fragile and will break if something falls on them. It's also time to restart if any of them fall off the screen. The nightflies will come automatically when you've used up all your turns, or you can call them in early by clicking on a lantern. Featuring challenging puzzles, a gorgeous sky, and cute ladybugs, it's a pleasure to help light up the night.