Phosphor Games is known for its Infinity Blade-inspired adventure Horn (which got a Silver Award from us). But the studio has dropped all the swashbuckling for its latest game.

Teaming up with NRG Energy, Phosphor Games has produced The Path to Luma, which is a pleasant puzzler about guiding a robot around small worlds.

Yes, it has a message about spreading clean energy (specifically, NRG Energy) around the world but, hey, have you seen this thing? It's very pretty.

It has 20 little planets to explore, each with pleasant Gouraud shading and little animations bringing them to life. Not to mention the choice of colours on display - ice is frozen blue, grass is lime green.

You guide the robot with a single finger and get it to activate clean energy machines to bring the planet to life. It's all about maintaining beauty.

Not only does it look good but it also has a soundtrack by award-winning game composer Austin Wintory. He's provided music to Journey, The Banner Saga, and Beatbuddy before.

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If that isn't enough to get you interested (like, c'mon) then perhaps this will: The Path to Luma is completely free.

There are no ads or IAPs, and you can download it right now on the App Store and Google Play for absolutely nothing.