Weekday Puzzle N°62
Welcome to Weekday Puzzle!
This week we've got three puzzlers. In a Sokoban-like puzzler by Rob Alvarez (rob1221) you need to create a path of light through the dark place. The block you push around does emit light but you often need more than one to clear a level. The second and the third game have simple rules and are less demanding on combination skills - in qkygames' game you need to rotate platforms in right angles, and in colorful and relaxing AleC Games' puzzler just connect two dots.
Have a good time and enjoy!
The puzzler by Rob Alvarez (rob1221) is about pushing blocks in the dark and creating a path of light. It's not that easy how it sounds - you will need your combination skills and experience from Sokoban-like games a lot.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, R to restart a level, Z/U to undo, 24 levels, autosave.
Two blocks, a blue and a pink one, want to get together but without your help they won't. Each of them lays on another platform ant to join them, you need to move the platforms a bit and let the gravity work. The puzzler by qkygames is cute and simple (maybe a bit tedious for some players).
Controlled by a mouse, 36 levels, autosave.
The concept of AleC Games' puzzler is very simple - just join two dots of the same color. There are certain rules, though, explained in a tutorial - you need to fill the game board completely, not interrupt a stroke and more. There are five difficulty options each containing 25 levels, and overall it's a peaceful and relaxing game in which you don't need to think much - especially in easier levels. Nice graphics.
Controlled by a mouse, 125 levels, autosave.