While not perfect this game surely represent one of the many steps the great LucasFilm (then LucasArts) took in its way to glory.
The game per se is a short, straightforward and thus much enjoayble, point and click adventure with one of the most efficient and minimalistic User Interface. Your Distaff (a musical stick) and a square for closeups of interactive items.
By any modern standard is a little thing, there are better indie products for (probably) less cash, but for one thing.
This game has a soul that begs to be found.
It asks to be played, remembered and passed on the next generation.
Maybe it's a combination of music, colours, and the memories of when I played it at the sweet age of eight.
If you decide to play it- take your time with it: get a pen and a paper, a hot beverage and just glide through it- much like a swan would do on the surface of a crystal-like calm lake.
It's all it asks. And it doesn't take up that much time. It may really leave you something unexpected.