You know what needs to make a comeback? Black-light posters. Have those ever not been fascinating to look at? Anyways, Waterfalls 3, a physics puzzler by MoonMana, might not be as easy to hang on the wall, but it definitely has the ethereal prettiness. The goal of each level is to direct streams into their proper receptacles by using the mouse to place items that direct the flow. These include gravity directors, multiple arrow gravity directors, and the obligatory portals. Finish all 25 levels, and you'll be calm enough for your daily round of meditation... or at least to stare at a lava lamp for a couple of hours.
Aesthetically and thematically similar to games like Speck Oppression and Auditorium, Waterfalls 3 is simple, soothing and very pretty. Discovering the rules of flow takes a little experimentation, but, once you determine them, the rest doesn't prove to be all that difficult, especially considering that there's no real way to lose. The choice of soundtrack is questionable. The song that plays in the background is well-sung and well-produced, but when put in concert with the game, the vocals are strangely intrusive. It's likely a number of players will hit mute and crank up some Zeppelin instead. Overall though, Waterfalls 3 has stunning visuals and a palpable atmosphere of serenity. Light some incense and get clicking!