Have you tried other translucent fruit-spread based works like Jelly Escape or Jelly Blocks, and still feel, as of yet, insufficiently prepared for this jelly? Well, Jelly Lam, a simple idea physics puzzle game by Alexander Balabanovich could be just the solution! It the game, you play as a cute lil' jelly named Jelly, and you'll be stretching, swinging, slicing, and coloring him across a trio of themed worlds, grabbing keys and stars and hoping against hope that you'll make it to the exit in one piece.
Click on the platforms in each level to extend a jelly tentacle to that point, anchoring yourself in a new position. Clicking a currently extant tentacle or "slicing" it while holding the mouse button will making it disappear. There will be reels you can attach yourself to in order to wind up for a "sling", buttons you'll need to press to activate doors, and a whole bunch of spikes and spinning blades to avoid. Later levels will require you to paint yourself different colors to attach to certain platforms. Regardless of the other elements, though, in each level, you must use your tentacles to pick up the key, which will then unlock the exit. Also, there are three stars to collect which, while generally only serving as a ranking system, a certain number of are also required to get to unlock further worlds. There are 12 levels in each world, making for 36 in all. With its warm color palette, intuitive physics engine, and lightly challenging puzzles allowing for multiple solutions, Jelly Lam hits that sweet spot of visual appeal with pick-up-and-play simplicity... except for level 18, but thankfully there's a "skip level" option in the pause menu. Honestly, while the first two worlds are enjoyable, it's the third, based around the color change mechanic that contains the best levels of the game. It would be great to see a sequel based entirely around that section. But even if it is a little back-loaded, it isn't too much of a stretch to say that Jelly Lam is an enjoyable romp, even if the only Jelly you've ever enjoyed with Lam was Mint.