Grand Banda from Pastel Games, Karol Konwerski and Marek Lachowicz is a point-and-click adventure game about funky grannies with an amazing soundtrack by Tomasz TJFK Kuczma. If you need to know much more than "funky grannies having an adventure" to play this game, I'm not sure we can be friends, but I'll tell you anyway. Our two be-laced heroines are having a fine old time in their seaside house listening to music right up until their light bulb bursts and they're forced to find other means of entertainment. Baffling, mayhem causing entertainment. Just click to navigate, zoom in, or use items whenever your cursor changes to indicate an interactive zone. Don't be afraid to try everything, because you'll probably need to.
The main problem with Grand Banda is its baffling leaps of logic. Given how little instruction you're given (none), the first portion of the game makes little to no sense as there's no real reason to assume the player would make the connections required to continue the game. The second portion of the game gives you a better idea of what you're supposed to be doing and why, with puzzles that make a weird sort of sense within the game's cartoony world. Even given the rocky start, however, Grand Banda is still worth checking out. The soundtrack is fantastically weird and funny, and combined with the game's unique style and madcap premise, makes for a delightfully wacky experience. One can only hope future installments give a little more direction in some of their wilder leaps of logic, but we also definitely hope we haven't seen the last of these two troublemakers.