You might remember the previously reviewed Seen On Screen, an enjoyable collection of Flash puzzles from Bart Bonte wrapped up with a common theme: a computer monitor/screen. It was a bit of a departure from his previous games, which were primarily of the point-and-click, room escape variety: Bonte Room, Bonte Room 2, and Free the Bird. Bart's latest Flash game design is a similar collection of logic puzzles, staring the very same computer monitor from Seen On Screen, and this one can also be solved easily in one sitting.
Fields of Logic is an easy game to pick-up and play right away, all you'll need is your mouse and your favorite clicking finger. The first few levels get you warmed up and primed for a challenge that spans 16 levels total. At the end you'll receive a total time that it took you to complete the game, so there's an added incentive (and pressure) to get the job done.
All things considered, this collection is very nicely done even if it's just a tad on the easy side. But who's to say we have to struggle through every game we play pulling our hair out along the way? Sometimes we just want to have fun without frying any brain cells in the process. Fields of Logic is refreshing in that way. And besides, I'm always a fan of simple puzzle games.