Black Bit Ninja 2
Consider the ninja. Stealthy, deadly, silent as a field mouse's ghost covering a sneeze during church. Unless you're in HeroPunch's Black Bit Ninja 2, however. Then you're more of the retro, puzzle, fly-through-the-air-dealing-swift-justice-with-your-katana variety. The game has you launching your legless, square ninja man against his red enemies by clicking and dragging with the mouse. You have a limited number of launches so aim and timing are key. Your ninja slices the bad guys up on his own, it's up to you to see he avoids the saws, pitfalls, and other such nonsense to see that all the right baddies get sliced.
Unlike similar puzzle games, Black Bit Ninja 2 starts hard and gets harder. The game usually only gives you about three launches, which means no room for error. No stars to collect, no enemies you can skip. You've got to get each launch perfect or it's a reset back to square one. It's extremely satisfying when you get it right, however, and the physics are spot on. The game throws new challenges at you as you go, like saws, which can make things a bit trial and error. Precision is a necessity, track pad players will need to get a mouse or prepare to wear down their fingertips. But it's all worth it for the chance to ninja it up a little bit. And Black Bit Ninja 2's oozing ninja charm and challenge. Now get slicing.