Humqn Fishbowl is a mysterious game in development for iOS and Android, where you explore the actions of a guy.
At first glance, the game is that simple. By tapping on different body parts, the character performs different actions, such as playing with a yoyo, checking his watch, or sitting down. Discovering all those animations is your objective.
The animations are all rotoscoped from the developer's own movements, continuing a tradition started by classic games such as Prince of Persia and Mortal Kombat.
But Humqn Fishbowl is actually much more than that. Certain actions only happen at certain times of day. If your character covers his eyes, braille letters appear; what could they mean and what is their purpose? You can even make it rain by tracing along the screen.
The developer is currently implementing an in-game mobile phone, hinting at further interactivity and crazier secrets hidden in Humqn Fishbowl.
Humqn Fishbowl is expected to release by the end of 2016 or in early 2017; you can find more GIFs and follow its development in the game's TIGSource devlog.