Aubergine Sky is a simple, five-level sidescrolling puzzle, in which each level asks you to use different UI to solve the level. The text provides a clue as to what you need to do, though the developer also provides spoilers (in a Help link below the Flash window) if you get stuck.
It's visually pretty, though the soundscape is sparse. You don't control the character, who simply strides sidescrolling along, but use the mouse to do whatever UI trick this level requires. The text is romantically evocative in the kind of mode that makes me reflexively flinch: a Gaimanesque, wistfully Romantic tone that makes me want to shake the protagonist and say, life is harsh, life is earnest, lucky people live lives of quiet desperation while the unlucky get raped, have limbs amputated, and are herded into refugee camps controlled by resistance forces equally as brutal and nasty as their original tormentors. And you're mooning over some chick.
I suspect the developer, like Gaiman, has a lot more success with his preferred gender than I. But then, I'm a cynical bastard.
It's a quiet, pleasant, quick play game, though, and worth your while.