Bristlies are cute and round. Bristlies come in an assortment of colors. Bristlies are, in fact, bristly. As they have no legs, they also depend on someone else to send them to their respective boxes where they can nestle down safely. You are that someone. Cut their ropes, switch on the fans, activate force fields and remove obstacles to help the little bristlies home in this western-themed physics game created by Max Postnikov.
Yep, gameplay will seem downright familiar to anyone who has played Cut the Rope and Rich Mine 2. Although the aesthetics have changed, the basic premise is the same: get something round to land in its box. It takes a bit of skill and timing to make sure they don't get stuck, fly off the screen or land in the wrong box. Unfortunately, it doesn't become very challenging until the last several levels (there are 30 in all), yet it has all the polish and variety of devices needed to rustle up some amusement any time you're in need of a break. So mosey on over for some fun with Bristlies.