The graphics are very nice as has come to be expected of Digital Eel, but all the movement in the background of the playing field made me sick to my stomach. Those of us with weak stomachs appreciate the ability to turn off the snazzy graphics, but after turning them off, you have taken away perhaps the best point of the game. The music was not up to snuff. While it is a full-sounding track included with the demo, it becomes extremely repetitive, and in less than a minute I think most players will be turning down the volume on their speakers to maintain sanity. Digital Eel is known for their quirkiness, so I was saddened to see this game not picking up any of the strangeness that makes Digital Eel games appealing, instead settling for a style over substance puzzle game that unless the demo is lying is not a great game.