Imagine characters that appear to be animated from cut paper or something similarly crafty, and youíll have a good visual of the Broken Age setting. Itís not literally cut paper or claymation, but itís also steering away from the pixelated indie look thatís been so much in vogue lately. Distinctive, colorful, and simple, thereís loads of charm to be found as you explore the gameís world. Characters are brought to life as much through awesome voice-acting and writing as they are with graphics. Itís a good thing, because there are fewer treasure hunts here than interactions with NPCs, as you attempt to solve puzzles. You wonít soon tire of talking to characters or exploring the vivid world of Broken Age, which feels like plenty of content for a first installment.