On first impression, it appears puzzles (+500!) are the main objective to this game but a closer look (and listen) reveals a much bigger story. In these simple but colorful environments unfolds an invitation to play with both the solving of puzzles and the contemplation of what is being revealed by the entirety of the experience. Then there’s just the practical exercise of learning to see common objects differently – an ability that also resonates with the game’s larger message. Cool and clever fun.