In a room filled with devices that tease, contraptions that taunt, and a décor that is strange, as if made in a funky plastic factory, Haretoki traps you in a playful and spirited escape game that's sure to simultaneously delight and frustrate. Like other games in Haretoki's repertoire, Sometimes Sunny Fit feels as if you're stuck inside a funhouse and every dial you turn or mirror you shift does nothing more than distract you from your entrapment. Here, there are items that might baffle until you put them to use and puzzles that seem impossible until the subtle logic of the clues click together into a satisfying "Aha!" moment. Solve enough puzzles, though, and the key to freedom is yours.
With no textual references to explain what you're doing or why, you're left to point-and-click your way around the room, experimenting with the quirky contraptions that line the walls with seemingly no rhyme or reason. There is no changing cursor yet there are no pixel hunts. Even so, the trickery is much larger than what a few elusive pixels would provide.
Perhaps the greatest difficulty is looking past the red herrings to answers that are actually quite clear once you see them, although the abundance of puzzles makes it troublesome to decide what to do next. Luckily, a "save" button allows you to step away and clear your head. Don't get discouraged—as clever as this room is, you can outsmart these dodgy devices by using some tricks of your own, thinking outside the box and giving good consideration to the larger structure in which you're playing. If you haven't already played them, it might be best to warm up with Sometimes Sunny Reverse or Sometimes Cloudy Challenge to acquaint yourself with Haretoki's unique charm and sense of humor. Sometimes Sunny Fit is high on the challenge scale but the payoff is worth the headaches. "This is totally cool!" was never uttered with more truth.