The fourth version of Assembler u2013 A physics based puzzle game in which you assemble shapes.
Assembler is a game in which you use the mouse to arrange a set of shapes in a configuration so that the green key shape(s) are inside their respective zones. To get it right, the key shape(s) have to be supported completely by the other shapes, with the mouse released. You are given a score based on how long it took to complete each level, and how many times you had to click. Assembler combines both relaxation and spatial thinking in an easy to pick up and play game. submitted 11/19/09
From the creators of the Flash sensation Boomshine comes a devious new game where hand/eye co-ordination and a lightning-quick reaction time spell the difference between success and failure. Hundreds of colorful particles floating in the ether - and it's your job to put them all together. Click and hold down the mouse button to make a ring around the dots, and watch them all gather in the center. With every ring you create you'll get closer and closer to your target... but miss the target, even by one, and the nucleus is ruined. How quickly can you complete all fifteen levels without making a single mistake? The challenge is on... submitted 11/18/09
Picture logic game, featuring 60 unique puzzles ranging from 5x5 to 50x50 cells.
The game defaults to u201cSupervised modeu201d, you may change this in the Options screen.
Supervised: Players are notified whenever they make a mistake, incurring in a time penalty each time they fill a cell that should be empty.
Free: No information is given to the player regarding his moves. Features a u201cWhat if?u201d mode allowing them to try out a partial solution to the puzzle. submitted 11/10/09
An addicting puzzle game with real world physics, similar to World of Goo.
Build a tower using funny little bacterias to reach the line. Try to complete four different chapters and all 40 levels to set a top score. submitted 11/1/09
The dwellers of a colorful fantasy world are waiting for you to help them build a town. To do it you will need gems and gold. You can get them by magic, making chains of the spheres of one color. It may seem easy at the first sight but a real wizard knows that making a chain of 20, 30 or even 40 spheres is not that easy as it seems in the beginning. submitted 10/24/09