Be warned, full-game spoilers ahead!
These divots in the castle wall suggest a missing staircase.
You can't solve this panel from a distance, which deftly prevents the game shattering to bits.
This guided route is super lovely. A tree and shrubs block your view of anything but the vista. Vibrant bushes keep your eye dead ahead.
These flower colors overflow from the roof...
...and these flower colors elaborate upon the "tinted room" tutorial.
This line of cruft suggests an eternal low tide...
...and this empty tidepool does the same.
Vases foreshadow the climactic symmetry sequence.
The panels emit tones of varying pitch. As you walk forward, the stereo image converges: two symmetrical sounds unify!
Take note of this dip in the wall, which accommodates a line-end.
Same deal here!
To hint at where ya need to go, Keep's flowery outgrowth hops a wall.
Witness lumber divvied, right-to-left!
This attention-seeking tree takes the place of a pillar in Monastery's grid.
Curtains sway gently in the cool ocean breeze.
An ever-accommodating wooden platform makes way for its rocky pal. Something about living with nature and taking things as they are...
Symmetry strikes again: solving this rotational vault puzzle moves us from cool blues to vibrant yellows.
A perch exists to tick overexcited players off: "this environmental puzzle is sooo close to working"
These arches remain in spirit.
Here's the only panel in the game with a line that reflects sunlight back 'atcha.
In the classic Tree of Many Faces: this face reads as a man's from one side, and as a woman's from the other. The man's even got stubble!
A close-up of the geometry that makes the magic happen 🪄
The width of this doorway lends itself to pretty framing.
Each sub-cable has hot, neutral, and ground sub-sub-cables.
One last speculative detail: the big woman's releasing a bird!