"Click the ball" is a really bad genre to go after. If you want to make mouse-only games, try a point n' click adventure. Even though they are complex, and might require more than Microsoft Paint graphics, they can be turned into really good mouse-only games.
Sadly, little effort means little rating. You're going to have to do better if you want to have 3 and 4 star games that everyone loves. Being a game dev is more than just "I make interactive things that progress. You have to think outside of your remarkably limited geometric box/triangle.
And, no, unfortunately, adding a reset button to all of your games is not going to solve much of anything. These don't need features added in, they need a metric ton of elbow grease.
Thank you for your suggestion of "point n' click adventure". Maybe it would be better as an interactive cartoon.
This game is awful. The graphics are weird, the gameplay is incredibly simple, and if you manage to click a single little rectangle before it falls you win the level.
It's in its first iteration. I think I'll put in a reset button to restart the game when it returns to the title card.