From the deranged mind that brought you STD warfare, a seal that skins Eskimos, an alien abortion, and so much more, comes a charming game about a boy's journey through space to find a home. So archetypal.
You move around in the conventional ways, but also with a tongue that somehow is adhesive to clouds. Playing with gravitation and centrifugal forces, you sling yourself around the galaxy to a variety of planets, solving puzzles there. Underneath this explore-and-experiment formula is a subtle brew of violin, fairytale-plush visuals, and sparse writing that evokes a gentle loneliness. It turns out that even the most punk of us have a sensitive side.
I see a lot of potential in the gravitation/tongue mechanic that is only slightly explored here. More spatial elements, like comets, nebulae, stars, black holes and warps would make for a more interesting journey; it seems like this might be an attempt at an episodic series, so we'll see what comes of it.