Trine 2: Complete Story [Steam store page]
I didn't enjoy this nearly as much as Trine - it felt like less of a puzzle game and a lot more platformer. The wizard's triangle is gone, and all the characters swim the same now.

This was fantastic the first time through - physics puzzles with tiny details that draw you into the story. The only reason I can't give it 10/10 is that Portal 2 is even better.

Hammerfight [Steam store page]
I love the concept of flying ships with flails and hammers doing battle - but having to constantly rotate my mouse to swing my hammer is tiring at best. Theres also a ton of unnecessary text/story when the gameplay speaks for itself.

Crayon Physics Deluxe [Steam store page]
The concept is interesting but the puzzles are super simple - though you can get extra stars (points) by finishing them in overly-complex ways. Would have been cooler if drawing shapes spawned objects like in Trine (with more variety)

A truly great puzzle platformer! Fun yet relaxing, this game has good graphics and three different characters - each with unique abilities. You can switch characters at any time using number keys, using their abilities to progress through the level

A decent puzzle flying platformer - the pod has no propulsion so you must use cannons, bouncing, etc to navigate the map. The controls do take a bit of getting used to - especially when bouncing - that's my only complaint

Just Cause 2 [Steam store page]
Something for everyone - a sandbox with over the top violence and stunts, plenty of collectables, challenges, and a story line that appears just often enough to keep you interested in the missions. Steal helicopters and parachute from planes...

I'm on the fence about this game - the abilities are interesting, but execution of certain moves like jumping is difficult. I think this would be more fun as a puzzle game without the enemies, since the sluggish movement makes it difficult get away

Similar to Flow, but frustrating since you give up part of yourself to move - rather than being able to steer naturally. Later levels are mostly luck - the first 30 seconds determining whether you have any chance of completing the level

World of Goo [Steam store page]
I'm not madly in love with this game, but it's a decent way to pass the time. The puzzles are usually fairly easy, though sometimes it is hard to execute them because of the way the AI makes goo run around the structure