A beautiful platformer that tells a great tale. You don't get these sort of games too often anymore. I have to admit, I primarily enjoyed the art and the background more than the gameplay. Mechanics are simple and direct, which is a personal favorite for many gamers worldwide, but something that annoyed me at times is jumping. Sometimes you end up falling short on a jump, and there is little you can do but watch as your character plummets to the ground. The other thing that makes me concerned was the tracking of the mouse. In some occasions, when selecting trying to select the option screen, you remain highlighted on the "Begin" button. However, I am overjoyed by the beauty and the stage it sets itself in. The music was also extraordinary. Definetely something I'd be looking forward to seeing in full release.