Vested Interest's puzzle game simian.interface is a simple concept that... gets a bit weird. As a monkey undergoing testing, your job is to move the mouse to align shapes and complete patterns. It starts simply enough by filling one square with another, but as the levels progress, you'll have to rely more and more by figuring out what you need to do as different colours and patterns come into play. The game is not, unfortunately, for the colour-blind, or maybe even the colour-sensitive, since it relies on determining some fairly close pastel hues in places. Some players will also dismiss it outright after just a few levels for its simplistic startup. But stick with it and you'll find a strange, surreal, and oddly engaging little puzzler that manages to do quite a bit with its premise, and definitely more than you'd expect at first contact. It's just the sort of clever little puzzler coffee breaks and procrastination were made for, and it does it with style and charm to boot.