Cubestern 2: Night Shift
You'll need to be the rootin'-est, tootin'-est clicker in the West to get these criminals into the slammer... provided here "rootin' tootin'" actually translates to physics puzzle solver. The squares in Crabroid's Cubestern 2: Night Shift are up to no good, and it's up to you to drop them into jail where they belong. Usually this is accomplished by clicking parts of the scenery to remove them and letting gravity take its course, but some objects can be transformed from circle to square and back again (WereBox-style), allowing you to roll things around or bring them to a halt. If the cubed criminal falls offscreen, he escapes, and you'll need to reload the level to try again. It's a simple concept with a pack of levels that won't tax you, presented in a clean and tidy cartoon format, so get clicking... you've been deputized!