One of the iTunes store reviews said it reminded him of Another World (Out of this World in the US), and that really suggests the real feeling for the game.
The game consists of 3 levels, at the time of this writing. When I installed it for the first time, there were only two, and the second one had been added recently.
In Sunset Mountain you are usually involved just in spinning and jumping-style puzzles, to get a knock of the controls. All pretty easy, the hardest I found is the one with the hangers, very hard not to fall! In Desert Sands, using vehicles is added, and puzzles related to such, and the final complication is achieved in Stellar Orchard, where there are also kill zones (spiky areas) which you may need to travel through a vehicle.
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