Pencil Rebel, by Grzegorz Kozakiewicz, is not by any means a challenging game, but what it lacks in difficulty it more than makes up for in wonderful, amazingly creative artistry. I was totally taken with its plasticine stop-motion action and beautiful, dollhouse-like environments; in fact, I'm not sure if I've ever before seen a point-and-click game with such style.
You play Bert, an escapee from the Elf Kingdom. Bert must rescue his friend Dr. Escalup, another escapee who was recaptured by the Emperor of Elfland's agents. This mission will take him through 11 different gorgeously appointed rooms, solving (very) simple puzzles along the way, and ultimately to his final battle with the beast guarding the poor doctor. While playing, pause a moment to appreciate the love and time that went into creating Pencil Rebel; the gameplay is really an afterthought, a convenient and entertaining format with which to showcase the designers' talents. In this case, that's not a bad thing.