Everyone knows when someone tells you they want you to bring them "the stars in the sky" to prove your love, you're supposed to bring them a bucket of water, but apparently nobody told the hero of Yuriy Votintsev's charming little physics puzzler Starry Knight because he's taken to flinging himself violent through the air via the use of an enormous elastic band to snag the stars for his lady fair. To play, all you need to do is click the knight or the tree his band is attached to, and he'll launch automatically... you need to nab all three stars and land on the princess in order to proceed to the next level. But because not everything is placed in a straight line, you'll also need to drag and rotate strategically placed wooden planks for our knight to bounce off of. It's a simple game, but surprisingly a lot harder than it looks, and its lovely pixel style and relaxing soundtrack make it a nice light treat to brighten your day.
No real "MUST get 3" feel to this at all.
More annoying than anything, those black holes especially.
The fact you HAVE to get 1 star minimum to progress.
Greedy cow, get your own stars!