Moonster Safe, by the fine chaps at Pencilkids, is a point-and-click puzzle game involving moonsters. Which are monsters. Only, y'know. From the moon. Anyway, these strangely adorable little beastoids are currently locked away in safes, and it's up to you to figure out how to unlock them and set the moonsters free. Just point and click to interact with the environment, looking for clues and trying to figure out the method for opening each safe; the cursor will turn to a hand when you can manipulate something. Occasionally you'll have to use logic. Occasionally you'll have to use an axe. Hey, sometimes you've got to smash a few electrical panels to make an omelet. Or, um. Something.
As with most Pencilkids games, the difficulty isn't very high; each stage is only a one-room puzzle, and the answer is almost always staring you right in the face the entire time. The downside is that a good chunk of the levels require disappointingly little thought and can be solved with random clicking. Admittedly, this game doesn't exactly feel like it was aimed at someone my age in terms of challenge... which is to say, someone old enough to be allowed to cross the street without telling an adult.
But regardless of difficulty, Moonster Safe still continues the Pencilkids tradition of fun, silly games designed to keep you busy just long enough to put a smile on your face. The game has 21 stages, with four "bonus" stages that unlock as you play, but you'll probably still be done long before your boss leans over your stereotypical cubical and tells you to get back to work. Now get cracking!