It included a few laugh out loud moments for me as well.
The rules are simple…you grab a ball and try to make what’s on the current box cover by dragging the ball to the various things in the circle. By doing this, you will modify the ball ever so slightly and sometimes things take two or three drags to the same thing (or different things) to get the desired result.
The second is just extraordinary and strangely hypnotic almost…it combines wonderful colors and music with puzzles. It’s called Auditorium.
I got so engrossed in playing this one that I stayed up all night.
Again, the rules are simple…you use the various arrow circles (in moving them around or increasing their barrier) to make the light source flow into the meter bars and fill them up…creating a piece of music.
It’s really hard to explain…the best way to figure it out (I’ve found) is to play it and fiddle around a bit until you get it. I made it all the way to the Spring level 3.3 before I finally gave up, but I’ll be going back to it again, believe me. What a great game!
How can’t you get past level one? You pick up a white ball (by clicking and holding the mouse) and you drag it and drop it in one of the circles. You want to make the ball that’s on the box cover…so see, it’s blue and has some black tape over some green tape.
So what you’d do is first dye it blue (drop it in the blue paint) and then drop it on the green tape and then drop it on the black tape…ta da. : )
No, you grow the ears by using the plunger (pointing in the right direction) on it. The ball apparently is a balloon. At least so it appears to me. If you pull too many times with the plunger, it bursts.