The March Of The Blobs
Joqlepecheur's puzzler inspired by lemmings is cute, clever, and fun. And visually pleasant with very good soundtrack. At the beginning the game offers a choice between three difficulties, and starting with Easy Mode is recommended - the Mode is not demanding and gives you plenty of time to plan your strategy and actions at each level, and also to understant the rules Your yellow blobs not only need to overcome many obstacles (lethal for some) to get to their pond, but also defend against their foes, green blobs. They respawn quite quickly, little bastards.
The yellow blobs emerge from a 'well' and you decide when is the right time to send a new one to explore a passability of a level or, when arrangements are already done, to dissolve in the little greenish brownish pond. Not all blobs are meant to arrive to the destination - some you need to change into a trampoline or a climbing 'tree', a trunk, or a shooting device spitting shots to make the level passable. If you didn't plan the level right not a problem to restart it without any punishment.
And when you're out and have mastered basics, you can try another difficulty or bonus levels 'Another Story' or 'What is this'.
The March of the Blobs is controlled by a mouse and has autosave. Easy Mode has twelve levels and doesn't require much effort, following modes are more demanding on timing and planning.
We've met Joqlepecheur before. It was a good meeting. Their Detective GUI was posted few weeks ago and it's awesome!