VideoGamer: I won't have it said that Scarygirl is an ugly game. Trash its wonky physics, clumsy controls and dull-as-dirt platforming all you like, but if you deny that it's wonderfully whimsical slice of loveliness we're going to have to fight.
The game exists in a surreal universe, based on the graphic novels and vinyl toys of Aussie designer Nathan Jurevicius. It's a fairytale by way of The Mighty Boosh, or mythic folklore as told by Tim Burton. It's imaginative, hyperactive and colourful.