This article was originally published in November, 2013. We’re republishing it today in case you’ve got some free time to make your own simple puzzle game.

“Worst fruit/vegetable thrusting game I have EVER played.” This is how the Guardian’s games critic Keith Stuart appraised the first game I ever made. It was built using PuzzleScript—Stephen Lavelle’s puzzle game creation tool—and goes by the name of Avocado Pusher. You use a giant finger to push little avocados into swimming pools. “Typical Guardian,” I shot back. “I bet if it had been ‘Fancy Artisanal Loaf Pusher’ you’d be all over that.”

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