19th December 2018: Go Go Gorogoa
Just quickly blitzed through a very short puzzle game that I recently picked up from GOG, called Gorogoa. The game's design, and the concept of its puzzles, are all very interesting.
The entire thing is played out on a 2 by 2 grid, with each square acting as a sort of picture frame. Within these squares, you drag around and manipulate the provided images to build a path for a small boy to move through the strange landscape, as he tries to collect five coloured fruits or stars that he has seen on a monster or dragon. Well at least, that's what I think was going on, but to be honest I have no idea.
All in all it was a pleasant, short, brain-bending experience. Though even on sale at £6 it was still quite steep, as it only took about 2 hours or so.