The entire game looks – and feels – like a clay animation, with some finely crafted models which look as though they’ve been quite literally handmade, rather than created on a computer. It’s a style which rarely falters, complete with an intentionally lowered frame rate to give it a more stop-motion feel.
It’s truly a masterful creation, and simply delightful to look at. If games were judged on art direction alone, then this would be one of the best around. Alas, that’s not the case, but thankfully the gameplay also brings something unique and extremely enjoyable to the game.