Push Out Fans
TapirGames' minimalistic sliding block puzzler Push Out Fans is actually more of a browser demo of their iOS and Android game Rect Pushers, which has even more levels and other game modes. In Push Out Fans, you're... well, you're pushing the fans out of the playing field by dragging blocks around the area. The twist is that different blocks can each only move in their specific way, such as horizontally or vertically, and you can click the arrows to either side of the move counter to undo or re-do your most recent move. Lacking anything even so fancified as a soundtrack, Push Out Fans is a very bare bones approach to a puzzle game, and yet there's something satisfying about its simple concept and trying to finish each level in as few moves as possible. It's a very clean little game, with nothing wasted about its design, and is perfect for players who want something quiet, thoughtful, and smart to puzzle their way through a few dozen levels with. Bells and whistles? Who needs 'em!
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It is alright. It can be a bit frustrating, although the UNDO button is a big help. Major plus for that feature.
Some kind of bug (at least on firefox+mac) breaks the game after finishing a level, and then I get to reload in order to play the next level. That sucks... otherwise I rather appreciate the game.
Very puzzling and fun for me -- my brain does not work this way.
I had no problem with that combination. Is your software up to date?
In Chrome on Mac OS at the moment, it's just showing the splash screen, then solid beige.