Looking to get more brain candy out of your gaming library? Be sure to check out Plith, a puzzle game that uses connected spinning gears as it’s main mechanic. The gameplay reminds me a bit of Cogs, another great indie puzzle game. The idea behind Plith is to connect different sized gears to a target gear. Once the target gear is moving properly the level is completed and players move on to the next challenge. Check out the trailer below to get a better idea of how it plays.
From the website:
“Plith is a fresh indie puzzle game for Windows, OSX and Linux. It puts gamers in a spatial setting, where they have to manage several puzzle elements (mostly gears) and must make quick decisions which can simplify or complicate their path to victory.”
With over 100 levels to play through and the low price of admission (only $3.99), Plith should keep gamers flexing their mental muscles for quite some time. Head over to the Ya2 website for more info, a playable demo, and purchasing options. Plith is also available at Desura, and IndieCity.