Weekday Puzzle N°1
Let me invite you to a new section Weekday Puzzle which will weekly on Thursdays present few puzzle or platformer games. You're welcome! This week we start with Ninjadoodle's puzzle game followed by awesome David Li's browsertoy. The last comes chess themed game by Robert Alvarez with 24 levels.
Have a good time and enjoy!
We've got from Ninjadoodle the second part of their puzzle game series - link to the first part ClickPlayTimeIssue #1 you find in Weekday Escape N°261 - and you are supposed to solve in each of sixteen levels a puzzle or a rebus and get the missing play button, push it and move on.
The game is controlled by a mouse only and doesn't have a save option.
David Li in collaboration with Google Arts and Culture introduces musical browsertoy and it's fun for everybody. No music skills required, no opera music knowledge needed...actually, the only requirement is just the will to have fun! You may create you own song sung by four blobs (bass, tenor, mezzo-soprano and soprano) and enjoy it even if you aren't into opera!
The game is controlled by a mouse only, you may record and share your song. The button in lower right corner opens festive options.
The chess puzzle by Robert Alvarez may seem at the first sight a bit confusing - but only until you discover its mechanics. You just need to realise that you aren't simply watching the chess board from above - chess pieces are influenced by gravity, too. If you linger your mouse's cursor above any chess piece possible moves are indicated - but you need to add gravity in order to know where the piece can actually move. Your target is to capture Red King which resignedly waits for it.
The game is controlled by a mouse only and has autosave.
How about replaying original Grow aka Grow (ver. 3) Remake? One of the most favourite games in the history of JiG? The original versions are inaccessible - you know why - we all do, sadly - but Eyezmaze remade the game! Now it's Grow Planet.