Created by Transience from Australia, Chasm contains top-notch production values that rivals many commercial products—the only downside to the game is that it plays like a very short story. However, a story it has indeed. Chasm is engaging for about an hour or so while you solve the problem of Chasmton after something happens to the town's water supply, and you—not surprisingly—are designated the one to fix it.
The game consists of a couple of rather intricate contraption-like puzzles that are reminiscent of what you might find in a Legend of Zelda dungeon. The animation is excellent with colors and cell shaded graphics that resemble a Warner Bros. Loony-Toons cartoon. The soundtrack also complements the production and is on par with the standards set with the rest of the game. Highly recommended.