I picked up a copy of Hob: The Definitive Edition after it went on sale in the Nintendo Switch eShop back in January. It had been sat on my wishlist for a few years, so it was good to finally get to play it.
Probably the most impressive thing about the game is the world itself. Trees, grass and lush vegetation on the surface, with machinery and cogs underground. That machinery springs to life when you solve puzzles or unlock the next area of the map, moving huge parts of the scenery in such a satisfying way.
Overall, I really enjoyed it. My only gripe was that the game did chug a bit during visually intensive moments, but that's more of a limitation of the Switch hardware than the game itself.