OZDY's physics puzzle game Chromatic Seals, with art by Ah-Tan and music by Incompetech, is a little weird, because the premise involves leaching colours from vibrant cartoon seals and turning them gray, which is somehow a good thing, so I suppose we all owe Discord an apology. In each level, you slice through ice and bits of scenery to try to match seals to coloured ice... if a seal touches matching ice, it turns gray, but that piece of ice is no longer useable, so you'll want to figure out how to make use of the physics in each level to make all seals happy and gray, in as few slices as possible. Just click and drag through ice or other material, then release to make your cut. Though things start out painfully easy for the first handful of levels, the difficulty begins to creep up, and the lack of instructions beyond the very basic means you're often left to figure out how things work on your own. Chromatic Seals' slicing mechanic isn't really anything new, but its bolstered here with clean level design that makes use of hinges, ropes, and other simple elements to make you think without getting overly extravagant. While completing a level is usually easy, doing so within the maximum number of slices for a three-star rating is more challenging... though still not likely to be anything to really make you break a sweat. If you like physics puzzles, Chromatic Seals is a fun, well put together little game with a lovely presentation that kids will be able to pick up and master in no time, without feeling too kid-centric as to alienate the young at heart.