Ninja Bear and Purple Teddy
Rob and John Donkin have teamed up again! Ninja Bear and Purple Teddy thought they had those monsters under the bed safely locked away this time, but as is the way of all villains, they have escaped. Fortunately, rather than making a break to Acapulco via plane or boat, they have taken the "strange floating platforms in space" route of escape, and they docilely stand in place while you figure out the puzzle and use the power of physics to bring them to justice.
Switch between controlling Ninja Bear or Purple Teddy by hitting [S], and use whatever guns (hotkeys  through ) the level offers to aim with your mouse and shuriken, blast, bounce, disintegrate, or simply float away all the monsters, while avoiding hurting either hero. In addition to the game's main monster blasting puzzles, the game contains a fun hidden object bonus in the form of 24 yin-yang symbols hidden throughout the game. Simply click on a symbol to collect it. Once you've completed all 44 levels, consider trying out some user levels or create your own in the level editor.
Our bear heroes may be cute, but they're essentially whiny teenagers in cuddly form, more interested in getting to play Skyrim than saving the world, and possessing somewhat disturbingly deep voices which seem to speak only in memes. If that's to your taste, then great, but even if it's not, just mute the sounds (although don't miss the great original music) and play it anyway, because it's one of the best physics puzzles to come out in a while. The levels contain an excellent variety of challenges, from ones which call for timing, to tests of your aiming skills, to ones that require a little out of the box thinking. There are even a few levels with some wicked red herrings. And since three levels are open at once, if you get stuck on a level, you can always move ahead and come back to it later. It's really a game that has what players enjoy in mind, so take a break from Skyrim yourself and try it.