Danilo Studio's Climbo is a joy to play. It's a charming platform game that plays fast and loose with gravity. Your little bug/alien thing can walk up walls and make the whole universe rotate around him. Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to meander about, jumping over spikes and pits, collecting little light balls to boost your score. The game adds boxes that slide hither and thither as the course rotates around them so you'll have to be mindful of getting crushed. This might be little solace to our Climbo monster, but his death animation is just adorable. Positive attitude and all that.
Though charming, Climbo really is a "what you see is what you get" type deal. The courses become trickier but the solutions are usually straightforward and won't require more than a few tries. That might be a turnoff for some gamers craving something more hardcore, but for fans of the casual time-waster this is a prime example. The soundtrack adds another layer of joy to the whole experience. Every light you grab creates little guitar tone, and when you gather several in a row a little musical motif plays. You might find yourself grabbing lights less for the points and more to complete a half-finished song. Whatever the case, Climbo might not get you sweating, but it's a fun and charming little adventure that platform gamers will be sure to love.