Strictly speaking, it's not "normal" to find animals stacked on top of one another. Nor is it "normal" to be an arm's length away from a star just by standing on a chair. But in Jay Jeon and Jonghwa Kim's perspective-based Global Game Jam puzzle, Projective, these bizarre images are perfectly normal. Well, sort of, since you're just making it look like the man's reaching for the star, but that's part of the challenge. While walking around a room loaded with floating silhouetted shapes, produce, and livestock using [WASD] and the mouse to look around, you've got to find the perfect spot to stand and view the shapes, so that what you see matches the target pattern in the corner. When you've identified the shapes, click on them to highlight your solution and line up your perspective once more.
Projective isn't an easy game, as there are a lot of red herring shapes in the room that might draw your attention, and there's only one spot to stand that gives the perfect solution. However, if you can figure out a system for sifting through the decoy shapes to find the real McCoys, this quickly becomes a very intriguing puzzle game. Beyond all that though, don't forget to take the time to just look around and soak in the environment. In one particular level, I uttered "whoa" out loud when studying the dynamic poses of some human shapes frozen mid-action. While a pretty minimalist game, Projective still makes the details pop in surprising ways. Take a walk around the five levels, and see what puzzles you can solve.