Ever since the days of Mario, games seem to have some sort of obsession with mushrooms. The adorable little worms in the puzzle game WRRRMZ! by Ian Snyder, seek to keep this obsession alive. Using your mouse, the object is to touch each mushroom only once to light it up, and get your head to the next worm hole. The trick is you have to stretch the worm out to its full length, or it doesn't count.
Don't let the cute lull you into a false sense of security. The puzzles get pretty darn tricky, so it's nice that there's a skip button. Later levels introduce purple mushrooms which must be touched at least twice, and blue worms, who don't like to be touched by other worms, both of which ramp up the difficulty. If you can manage to solve the first 45 levels, some bonus levels will unlock for you. A reset button would be nice, and often the phrases the worms say when they get near the hole don't disappear, so the screen can get cluttered in what is otherwise a clean, simple interface. WRRRMZ! is a delightfully unique puzzle game that you'll be tangled up in in no time.