This game is a real gem. The art and sound are very well done and work together really well to create a fun, creative world that is a joy to explore. The level design is spot on too. Every level has a unique feel, and solving puzzles and uncovering secrets is legitimately satisfying.
And I have to say that they got puzzle solving right. The solutions are always logical. None of this weird point and click logic where you put an onion in a shoe and TA-DA a secret passage way opens. No, every puzzle made sense. Even when I was stuck, I just had to ponder it a bit longer to figure it out.
Also, the game is solid, technically speaking. Everything worked perfectly, and no bugs in sight. My one gripe is that it's a bit short, but hey, it's only five bucks.
One aspect of the game that really stuck out to me was how it let me create my own story. I didn't think much of it at first, but when I saved that ugly, hunchback mutant I had drawn hours before, it genuinely brought a smile to my face. I cared more about him than I have for characters in plenty of AAA games. Something about the fact that I made him got me invested into the story more than I usually am. There's something to be said for that, and I'd like to see more games explore this idea.
To wrap things up, get the game. It's a fun experience and worth every bit of five dollars. It'll get your creative juices flowing, make you think a bit, and bring out your inner child. Just buy it already.