The Whispered World is one of my favourite games. It's a beautiful story about a clown named Sadwick and his pet caterpillar, as they venture on a quest to save the world that Sadwick's fated to destroy. The little clown's personality - and the mood of the game - are a bit dark and may not be everybody's cup of tea. But for those who enjoy light-hearted, black comedy, you're really in for a treat. Take your time with the game, interact with every meaningless and not-so-meaningless object - everything is voiced and gives you a little more insight about Sadwick and his world. A very beautiful, zany world, filled with puzzles that will at times appear nonsensical - and nonsensical they're supposed to be, as you will undoubtely find out. Be ready for one of the most bittersweet, yet satisfying finales. It made me want to play the game all over again - and during my second playthrough, I'm noticing things I could have never noticed during my first.
[Note that the game takes around 15-20 hours to finish, as I played the normal version first and I'm now going through the Special Edition, which added a short tutorial, achievements, Steam cards and the dev's commentary, leaving the game per se untouched.]