“You’ll have yourself a ball, but give it some extra levels and raise the difficulty, and you’re looking at a potential classic.”£1.49
You could be forgiven for assuming Fibble is nothing more than your standard mini-golf-physics puzzler, but then it blossoms before your eyes into the proverbial swan. Each level consists of an arrangement of chutes, ramps and bumpers situated in household environments, much like a wacky toast-making conveyor belt design from Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.
You flick the eponymous spherical Fibble around the maze, attempting to avoid obstacles and get him to the exit. In assistance, he has a number of friends with various abilities to help him fly, speed him up or swing him to those hard-to-reach platforms. The puzzle comes in deciding where to place said chums in the maze, in order for Fibble to collect all the stars and reach the end. It’s great fun, but unfortunately over all too soon.