Need a puzzle? Trick question! When do you ever not need one, especially when it's a deceptively simple logic puzzle with an appealingly minimalist presentation? GooDMage delivers the goods (heh, heh) with Logical Element, where all you need to do to win is turn all red outputs to green by delivering current to them. Easy, right? All you have to do is click on switches to turn them on and off. Very quickly, however, the game introduces you to things like gates that invert incoming energy, thus turning green to red, and vice versa. Then you have diodes, which only allow energy to pass in one direction, and... well, suffice to say it's a little more complex than first blush would lead you to believe. As it adds in more gates with special rules, Logical Element gets a little harder... but only a little, since after all we're talking about a game that can be won by randomly flipping switches with no repercussions. Still, it's a nice idea, and once you've finished twelve levels, the sandbox is unlocked for you to make your own logic circuits, and besides... who doesn't want to solve puzzles while bopping along to that cute little soundtrack?