El Complo is a casual puzzle game, similar to the Grow series of games, in which several items are added to the puzzle by clicking on them, one at a time, until complete. The order by which you click on the items determines the outcome, with only one sequence yielding the winning solution. Feedback is given once all items have been added indicating the relative level of completion attained for each.
The game is really an elaborate animated political cartoon in disguise. With thanks to Sebastian and Neop for their explanations in the comments, the game is a satire about recent political situations in Mexico involving an ousted mayor (El Peje), a senator (the guy with the cigar), and a series of incriminating videos including one with a politician and a suitcase full of money. The term "El Complo" is the term that El Peje used to describe the scandal, a complot (conspiracy) against him.
Despite its propaganda, the detailed animations of El Complo contain much of the same charm we are used to seeing with Grow, and thus makes this game a fine addition to the growing list of 'recipe puzzles'.
Cheers to Oliviayang and Gabriel for suggesting the game. =)