From the maker of Two Pipes 3 comes a new puzzle game to rack your brain. MazeEye by ReFall is a mouse only game that has you sending a lone eye around the board in hopes of gaining the key and making it to the exit. Your little eye creature can only go in straight lines as it shoots out an eyelash to connect on the first thing in its way and pulls itself to it at a blinding speed. There is always a key to devour first that unlocks the exit and then you must find a way to have your key hungry beast fall into the newly open hole. With blocks that vanish and reappear every movement and color balls to eat to remove more blocks in your way this sliding puzzle game is on another level than others in the genre. There are even levels where you much touch the blocks with a number on them to add three of them up to the right sum to unlock the gates. But don't worry math haters, even those with the most basic understanding of addition won't struggle with the problems. No, the only thing here that will have your eyes spinning in their socket is the puzzle of how to get around the levels themselves.
Two Pipes 3 had a slight issue of being far too easy for far too long. But MazeEye only gives you a bit of a warm up before you have to start really using your most important organ. While some later levels may be easier than the one before it there won't be any mind-boring levels. With the unique map designs that have boxes switching out or even the levels where you have to touch the right blocks to get through you'll always find a good challenge. The Eye itself moves at a fast pace so you're never waiting on it to get to where you want it to go. Be careful though as your mouse can click any where on the screen, but your eye can only go straight and so it will go the direction it thinks is closest to your command. On most levels it is not really that much of an issue and really can only become frustrating if you're sloppy with your mouse pointer. The only other real issue is that there are only 21 levels. With these ideas ReFall could have easily expanded on it, but perhaps that just means we'll get a sequel to this eyemazing game. (see what I did there? Hold your applause. And your pitchforks.)