All Together is a short PuzzleScript game that tasks players with getting all of the hearts in a level to their designated spots (as indicated by the white dotted lines on the board). Red laser beams will try and prevent you from getting the hearts to their destination, but you can take one hit and still move past them freely. Get hit twice and the heart turns into a skull, usually resulting in the player not having enough hearts to complete the level.
According to developer Jonathan Brodsky (of Lucky Frame fame), his initial attempt at making something in PuzzleScript started out as a prototype for a one-HP roguelike. The first release features just six puzzles to solve, though Jonathan has hinted that he is considering adding more levels to it in the near future.
The browser version of All Together is playable at the link provided below.
[Play All Together]