Only the first part of the game is all-white. After that, you reach another area that has already been "painted in" (properly, not paint-splodged) and most of the game runs on variations of the paint-throwing mechanism. The second chapter gives you water instead of paint, and a lot of that part is spent making vines grow so you can climb around the walls. The third part is in darkness - making your paint useless - and mostly involves seeking out light sources. And a few more variatons towards the end... --- RocketJess, blasting off again! PSN: iscah_rambles
I also felt some motion sickness while playing the game. 1st person games don't usually bother me, but something about the first level made me nauseous. Hopefully, it will get better now that the levels have some color in them.