Magic Safari, a physics puzzler by Conmer Game Studios, stars an ape in an umbrella hat that drives a tiny car. Really, that mere fact is probably enough to convince most of the internet to check it out. But those less enraptured with simian propelled automobiles should also give it a try.
It's based around driving through levels that you can affect with four commands:  Destroy (which causes a cool explosion)  Gravity (which causes non-car things to get all floaty)  Shape Change (which transforms square objects into circular ones) and  Magic (which will reverse the gravity of the car). Considering that there have been games based around each of those commands individually, putting them all together makes for some interesting puzzles. Just execute all commands to clear a path for the vehicle, and then click on the car to drive on through to the next level. Pressing the number keys on your keyboard acts as a shortcut to changing commands, and note that you cannot cast commands while the car is in motion.
At only twenty five levels, Magic Safari goes by pretty quickly, and, by the end, you'll be wishing the ape would step on the the friggin' gas a bit when you know you've solved a level. On the other hand... ape in a tiny car. Lest we forget.