Searching for some interesting games that might appeal to our audience I happen to find a game called ' Crystal Chip Collector ' developed by nekomuragames that not only has that retro charm and fun game play but it would most certainly come across as a recommendation for a weekly play through. In this retro inspired title with it's chippy sound bytes, your goal is to optimize a computer full of redundant parts that have taken place within a crammed and hopelessly messy system.
According to the developers 'Crystal Chip Collector' includes five polarity based worlds (ten levels each) plus a tutorial. Each room usually has an "optimal" solution but there are multiple solutions to each puzzle. Upon beating the last room in each level, the next world unlocks. The progress is saved automatically.
But to further excite your gaming interest, Crystal Chip is available for PC at only $3.74 USD, and doesn't contain any form of that disgusting DRM.
Thus you should give it a go today, it looks a whole lot of fun!