Noita, with its vast array of swappable spells and impressive physics engine, feels like a toy-box at times. It’s enjoyably chaotic. Magic, monsters and projectiles interact with and shape the environment, and terrain dissolves, cracks, evaporates, and explodes. Battles can become a little overwhelming at times. Paired with the game’s unforgiving attitude to health restoration, that means death usually arrives out of nowhere via some unforeseen detonation or overly destructive ability. Still, it’s innovative, fun and packed with intriguing secrets to uncover. If you like roguelikes and don’t mind a slightly frustrating difficulty level, you can’t go wrong with Noita.