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- The 2D game balances platforming with other unique problem solving challenges, both of which are just as addicting for adults.
- The first chapter feels like a journey through Alice in Wonderland. You control the now headless Kutaro as he jumps across giant teapots and kitchen fires. However, instead of a cartoony adventure, Kutaro is navigating his way through a theater set that is constantly in flux.
- As soon as you make it past one puzzle, a new stage drops down to change the environment. It's a puppet theater that feels as though it was ripped out of a Tim Burton nightmare. Later stages are more colorful though
- Kutaro can collect up to three heads, each of which has a special ability. There's a spider head that allows Kutaro to access a bonus stage, much like a warp zone in Super Mario Bros.
- In one situation,you use a scissor to make one straight slice through several different sets of spider webs. It's a game of taking the shortest route to cut from point A to point B. If you take a longer route, the spider web will grow back in the area that you just cut.