Aleste (アレスタ?) is a 1988 shoot ’em up video game developed by Compile for the Master System. It is a direct successor to Compile’s earlier Zanac, featuring many of the themes and gameplay mechanics of that work.
Kickle Cubicle is a clever puzzle game that combines action elements from Pengo with brainteaser-oriented levels similar to those of the Adventures of Lolo series. Kickle is a cherub-faced snowman who is skilled at deep-freezing enemies and kicking them around. He makes use of this special ability to create floating paths of ice by kicking his frozen foes out onto the water. The strategic placing, kicking and replacing of blocks makes up the heart of the gameplay. Forging paths to otherwise inaccessible areas of the screen allows you to collect magic bags, which in turn allow you to advance to the next level. The graphics are basic but colorful and cartoon-like, and the sounds effects are sufficient for a puzzle-oriented game of this nature.