On Tuesday the 1st of December, i purchased Gish. I must say that it's a cracking game, the laws of physics are illustrated perfectly and it must have taken some work to code it. It's one of those games that will drive you mad and entertain you both. I don't knnow how to work the map editor, but i still had a good time. The plot seems to be the simple "Boy (or tar ball) goes after girlfriend on adventure", yet the twist at the end satisfied me, as it was one of my favourite types of plot twist. All the same, the chapters are well thought out. It's one of the few games i know where all the levels link together, which makes the situation more believable (however, i still don't understand the existence of an undergound, overgrown hollow). Gish is addictive, funny, and it's one of those games where you have to grit your teeth when you die, becasue nearly every death is either an epic fail or a sad, sad mistake. In summary, Gish is a physics-based escapade into the world of fustration and fun. It's well worth the price.