I tried with this game. I really did. But I think Jonathan Blow may have really stretched my patience with this one.
The game boasts over 500 puzzles, but fails to tell you that they are all variations of a screen with lines.
Some variations of the puzzles are interesting. The sun and reflection-based puzzles, shadow puzzles and sound puzzles are excellent.
On the other hand, if I see another star puzzle, Tetris puzzle or color-based puzzle again, I'm gonna rip my hair out.
Story? Yeah, good question, I'm trying to find it too. Instead, you'll find pretentious and preachy lectures and information nodes on the concepts of knowledge, culture and inquiry that wouldn't be out of place in a first year University Art course.
The game looks good, and that's keeping this from being a truly infuriating experience.