Looking for a puzzle game that'll spin you right 'round, baby, right 'round? Moocho Brain's Rancho Ranch, originally conceived for Ludum Dare, has you covered. Aliens are harassing farms again, you see, and these crop circles they've beamed into the earth have trapped the critters in their loops, which is a problem since animals are happiest when they're all grouped with others of the same type. Click either half of the left or right circle to rotate the animals surrounding it back and forth, with a goal of shuffling them into order until all matching animals are touching in an unbroken line. You can take as many tries as you want to get it right, but the number beside the star at the bottom of the screen shows how many moves you can use for a perfect rating, so use the left-facing arrow button to undo your last move, or hit the dual arrows to restart the level. Though it gets a little repetitive, Rancho Ranch tosses in other elements like hawks you must keep your chickens away from, foxes that will go after goats, hunger, thirst, and more animal types, to make each of the game's 40 levels a challenge. It's simple, sure, but it's also simply smart for players of all ages looking for a polished little puzzle game that's big on charm to twist their brain.