Balances of power are delicate things. When you introduce a small and somewhat cute little green blob that has the power to take over people's bodies into your planetary conflict, expect things to get a little... squishy. That's the premise of Infestor, a sneaky puzzle platformer where you can crawl into a guard's brain and shoot his buddy in the back before bursting out of his body while jumping through deadly lasers. Only in cute, pixelated fashion, as is typical of WoblyWare, makers of the similarly adorable Insidia.
[Arrow] keys move your little infestor around, with either [up] or [Z] to jump. When you're standing near a potential victim, [X] will take them over, and you can use [C] to jump out of them when you're through. That's a quite literal jump, by the way. Several levels require you to use a hapless human as a sort of trampoline, forcing them to jump and then exploding out of them to a higher surface. It's quite a macabre premise, but the game is never gory or too explicit. Infestor excels with tight, responsive controls and clever, bite-sized levels, so crawl in the skull of someone with a computer and give it a play.