This time, it's Sutte Hakkun (すってはっくん), a Japanese release that never really made a memorable impact. Originally a Satellaview game (a Satellite radio module for the SNES that offered small downloadable games), it was finally released as a cartridge in 1999, five years after the Playstation came out, and long after most shops stopped caring about, or selling softs for the SuperNES.
Anyway. It's pretty cool. It's a platforming puzzle game where the player controls a little bird-like thing that absorbs colours and containers with a mosquito beak, shifts them around the stage, and replaces them or injects colours into them. These colours affect the objects in different ways, and the goal is to collect all the diamonds by combining the right items with the right colours.
Controls are pretty simple:
Download the ROM here!