The little crane that could is a great physics-based game, where you control different types of cranes and you have different objectives. There are 6 free levels and 17 premium levels, for which you have to carry out In-App purchases. The first few levels are interesting and quite challenging. The first one serves as an introduction of how to play the game. You are asked to parallel park your crane in a parking spot. Here, you learn how to drive the crane on the road and how to operate the crane's arm. The second level is way more complicated, but it is a great deal of fun. In this level, you have to grab a ball from a pedestal and put into a basket on a basketball court. For this, you have to first move the crane into position, and then the arm, and then grab the ball, and repeat the process at the basket.
the little crane that could features nice, 3D graphics and realistic crane sounds. I like the physics engine. Every interaction between the crane and the elements in the level looks very realistic. The controls are also great. You have options to adjust the sensitivity of your movement to prevent knocking down cones or hitting certain obstacles.
In conclusion, the little crane that could is a great game to have on your Mac. It is easy to play but it can be challenging and when you get tired of the free levels, you can purchase more on the App Store.