Son of The Answer Man
31. Funny Face
Flipping one tile also flips all adjacent tiles and you need to flip them all to happy faces in the smallest number of flips. They’re preset puzzles and at least the first half-dozen are easy if you’re at all familiar with the style.
32. Happy Smile
Flipping one tile also flips all adjacent tiles and you need to flip them all to happy faces in the smallest number of flips. Yeah, its a different version of the same puzzle set. This actually flips faster, which I approve of. This version also gets harder faster.
33. Pass Maze Road
Guide the bubble through the maze (to the blue swirl in the upper-right) while avoiding falling into holes. The screen wraps top-to-bottom, which becomes important starting at the third level. The fourth level introduces arrow obstacles that move when you do, but only in one direction. This is actually pretty clever despite the simplicity. There appears to be an Android game with the same name, but I’m not sure if it’s the same and it gets lost in a sea of different “Maze Road” games.
34. Return Capsule
This is a labyrinth game! You need to move the blue bubble in straight lines to the green exit, and it only stops when it hits a gray block. (If you slide off the screen, you lose.) The later levels introduce blocks that disappear after you hit them, which makes this more strategic. My searching couldn’t find the actual game, but did find a Youtube video of it. That, in turn, lead me to the Millennium Arcade 202-in-1 portable game console, which the Bootleg wiki confirms was another variant of the Family Sport that was released.
And that gave me another avenue to search on. Want to watch a gameplay video of the racing game from the main menu? Or this video has Mini Fighter, Racing, Crazy Moto, City Battle and a Crazy Tank game in Action that isn’t on my device!
35. Telescope Pole
Clicking on the pole makes it telescope and grab the ball; you need to get the ball into the hole by moving it around with poles. This is another clever little puzzle game that can bend your brain for a few minutes. I found this game on a mathisfun.com with extra explanations on how to play.
36. Memory Test
This seems like a refugee from from the Education section—similar title screen, similar music, and the same “success/failure” reactions. I’m not sure why it was moved here, but I’m guessing it originated in that pack. It shows you two cards, and you have to pick the one that it hides from four choices. It’s not hard.
And that’s all for the Puzzle section!