As a big fan of physics-based puzzles, I am enjoying Super Sharp a lot so far. The minimal design is aesthetically pleasing, the music and sounds are fun, and the gameplay is rather challenging. The physics engine is pretty realistic as well, so there’s no funny business here.
Super Sharp is a superb puzzler that really nails the difficulty curve, gently introducing new ideas and getting you to think in different ways over and over. It can be a tiny bit frustrating later on, but the vast majority of the levels are perfectly solvable if you just stop and think a bit. What more could you want from a puzzle game?
The ideas here might not be the most original, but they're implemented in satisfying ways. And the chunky colours and simple art style make the game a pleasure to look at. If you like cutting things up, physics puzzlers, and games that let you take things at your own pace without ever becoming too simple, then Super Sharp is definitely worth a bash.