This is Snail Bob, and for some reason he's inside a construction site filled with radioactive goo, molten lava and really bad wiring. Being the single-minded gastropod that he is, Bob doesn't seem aware of how all these environmental hazards can be, well, hazardous to his health.
In this point-and-click puzzle game from Andrey Kovalishin, you're responsible for ensuring that Snail Bob doesn't die a hilarious death. Most likely intended to be a mid-afternoon diversion, the twenty levels of the game are unlikely to strain your mental faculties all too much. In some ways, the puzzles are relatively pedestrian; you'll have to pull levers to activate platforms, push buttons to move barriers and so forth. However, what makes Snail Bob so entertaining is not the complexity of the game but the sheer amount of quirky charm it contains. I actually caught myself laughing out loud in one of the earlier stages.
Short and sweet, there's actually a fair bit more that I could say about the game but part of the joy here is discovering the absurdity of each stage and that's something I wouldn't want to take away from our readers. I do have one issue with the game, though, and that's the fact that I found the music so irritatingly repetitive, I had to mute the volume before I even hit the third level. Of course, that's just a minor flaw in an otherwise pleasant way to spend your coffee break.