"Can a game be art?" asks the App Store listing for Ozone. The answer, of course, is yes. But not as long as game makers consider Rococo filigree, overwrought ambience fit for a transcendental meditation class, and arbitrary barriers to fun as prerequisites for art. This is billed as an abstract platformer that asks you to think hard about your actions while you react and encourages you to absorb the pleasures of ornate audiovisual beauty while you play. That's a tall order for an iPhone game that the designers of Ozone just aren't equipped to fulfill.