No1Game is best known for the staggeringly enormous catalog of Find the Escape-Men games, so a different escape game is bound to make a few heads perk up in interest. Bump Bump may look like a single-scene game, and, well, it kinda is, but it's got a few surprises up its sleeves too even if it's still on the short and easy side. To play, you just click to interact, and click an item in your inventory to highlight it for use, or on its question mark to get a close up view to see if you can manipulate it in an unexpected way. Sadly, there's no changing cursor to be seen, so if you're stuck, you're going to have to fall back on that ancient gamer prehistoric standby of clicking everything from every angle until you're blue in the face. Don't be fooled, however... there's more here than meets the eye, and you might find your perspective changing in some unexpected ways. Watch your head!
Bump Bump's downside is that its lack of a changing cursor may frustrate people despite its sparse design narrowing down the places you'll have to look, and manipulating some items in your inventory feels a little clunky. While it's short enough to finish inside five minutes or so, however, the clever core mechanic that changes your surroundings feels like it has a lot of potential to be expanded on in games down the road. It's not quite "Like, whoa, dude, you're blowing my miiiiiiiiiind", but "Ooooh, sneaky little duck", which is farther than most games in the genre get these days when it comes to innovation. Most of the puzzles you'll encounter tend to be simply finding and deciphering codes, making Bump Bump the sort of concept that begs to be revisited in the future as an even bigger challenge. No1Game has always been known for making the sort of fun, breezy games best designed to fit perfectly inside a break, and Bump Bump is a clever addition to the roster I hope we see more experimentation with in the future.