Transmover: New Generation
You can't jump, you can't fly, you don't have super-strength, and you can barely scrabble over a single blocky hunk of pixels. But you have the finest person-to-block transmover-ray technology available, and that makes you mighty! Transmover: New Generation is the sequel to Polygon Gmen's Transmover, and it features as much great puzzle-platforming and laser-effected teleportation as the original.
Navigate the game's menus using the [spacebar] and [arrow] keys. Once you select a level, move the transmoving stick-dude with the [arrow keys] and fire your transmoving ray-gun with the [WASD] keys. You can blast your laser gun in any of the four orthogonal directions, but you can't jump, and you can only climb over a single block one unit high. The goal of each level is to grab the key and take it to the door, and since both key and door are often placed in remote, unapproachable areas of the level screen, you must rely on Transmotion to zip you hither and yon. Blasting a green block with your transmotion ray will cause you and the block to switch places, which is integral to accessing all those hard-to-reach places. You can zap a block across a chasm to cross it, or use transmotion to engineer bridges and stairways to make unreachable spots a little more reachable.
Zapping other blocks can have other effects. Some, like blocks that can only be zapped on certain sides, or blocks that change the path of your transmotion ray, will be familiar to those who have played the original. Other features, like conjoined blocks, or block-operated switches, are new to Transmover: New Generation. Despite a few new features, there isn't much different between the New and Old generations of Transmover. Graphics and sound get a slight polish but are still largely recognizable from the original. Level design still offers a familiar flavor of puzzle-platforming. But that's good! The original Transmover boasted a clever concept and fun puzzles, and if Transmover: New Generation is more of the same, it's more of the same good casual gaming.
So get moving! Or, dare I say it, get Transmoving! </unabashed pseudo-pun>