Feed Me Oil
It's unfortunate, in this era of massive oil spills and environmental catastrophes, that we don't have the ability to just stick a bunch of tilting platforms, windmills and fans in the middle of the air, all the better to divert the black, goopy stuff into to the gaping, curved maws of creatures that look they've just escaped from a Dadaist canvas.
We don't, so we'll have to settle for the virtually vicarious experience of doing it in Feed Me Oil, a crazy/beautiful rendered physics puzzler from Holy Water Games that's well worth the buck you'll pay to download it.
Feed me Oil tracks a little like World of Goo, in that you're trying to control a goopy substance that slips and drips like mercury. But instead of building towers and bridges, you're trying to guide a stream of oil from a pipe and into the gullets of some truly bizarre land-creatures.
Unlike other puzzle-based games, Feed Me Oil takes a gamer-friendly approach -- almost too friendly. Each level contains a series of hints, but clicking on them all ends up being a cheap-'n'-fast shortcut to the next puzzle (and the end of the game) at least for those whose levels of mechanical and puzzle creativity are stuck at sub-Exxon Valdez level.
Guess it's better than letting the crude slop all over the ground. As any seagull or sand turtle can tell you, that stuff's impossible to get out.