May 24, 2010 3:00 PM | Tim W.
In Nifflas' 2D platformer FiNCK (short for Fire Nuclear Crocodile Killer), you play an unnamed protagonist who has the ability to pick up blocks and enemies to use for solving puzzles. Heavy blocks are perfect for stacking, while blue blocks can slide through small corridors that you would normally have problems squeezing into. An enemy behavior also determines what kind of ability you would get when you grab one with your bare hands.
Some sections of the game requires you to execute a double jump move as well, which is performed by throwing a block downwards when you are at the apex of your jump. There are five areas to explore in total, with additional challenges presented in the form of coins that you can choose to collect or ignore. Both the game and the level editor are free to download, but it will cost you a small nominal fee ($4) to unlock the custom level support for playing user-created content. Get FiNCK here. (Windows, 31.5MB)