The player is given no directions, but controls a small white square. I like the lo-fi psychedelic geometry of the graphics and the surreal sound effects. There are larger colored squares that transport the player to different non-representational looping maps. Sometimes there will be an object with a description that doesn’t make sense. Sometimes there will be a door to another map where things don’t make sense. Sometimes there will be an item that changes the screen color. Occasionally an abstract sprite asks questions, brain teasers, or riddles. This doesn’t seem to affect anything though. I played the game for 30 minutes, but only discovered one new detail after the first 6 minutes (and this new discovery made no sense).
There may be a game to be played here, but nothing I saw gave me any indication of what that might entail.
...spake The Lord Thy God.