A short puzzle game about raking leaves, made for Cozy Autumn Jam 2022.


  • WASD/Arrow keys to move/rotate
  • Z to undo
  • R to restart


Sourced from here

 “Caketown - Cute/playful” © 2012 Matthew Pablo

Used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license:


Mac and Linux versions are untested so hopefully they work!

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
Tags2D, Atmospheric, Cute, Pixel Art, Short, Singleplayer


RakeIt_Windows.zip 22 MB
RakeIt_MacOSX.zip 35 MB
RakeIt_Linux.zip 23 MB


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I really liked this game. It had a nice and cozy atmosphere, and I liked its unique puzzles. It really helped me to destress after the long day I've had, so I would definitely recommend it if you want to take a few minutes to relax.


Nice cozy game! Different than others, real neat!


Very unique concept, I like it. Tough though


Thanks :)

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Quite challenging and looks very nice! Deserves its current place under most popular submissions :D

Thanks, glad you found it challenging :)

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this rocks! pretty challenging too!! spent quite a bit of time on that last level :P

great job!

Thanks, hopefully not too long on the last level :P


Great graphics, love your unique gameplay, .

Thanks :)


As a lover of fall, I approve! Definitely nails a cozy autumn feel! the pixel art is great as always, and the puzzles are challenging without being frustrating. Great work!


Thanks for playing as always Shibey!


This is lots of fun! So cute and challenging (especially level 11), awesome!

Thanks, I'm glad that level didn't just feel like a gimme :P


there is no reason for this to be this good (in a good way , this game is very good <3 )

Thank you :)


Great work as always!
I really liked how well you laced the tone/theme/mechanics in this one.
The backing up and positional mechanic where really neat, and I think allowing a undo feature was smart mechanically, but also suited the relaxed tone.
I think the puzzles posed a challenge while still being intuitive, and progressed within an appropriate curve.
Thank you for making this!

Thanks for playing putney, glad you enjoyed :)