A welcome respite from war and sci fi games, Storm is a physics-based puzzler about a humble seed. Each level is a pretty landscape through which you must guide a seed from its plant to fertile soil. You use weather conditions such as wind, rain and lightning, sometimes individually and sometimes in tandem to help the seed on its way. Fill the canyons with rainwater that the seed will float along, for example, then guide it with wind and clear the path with well-aimed lightning: There are echoes of petal-themed adventure Flower and the god simulator From Dust – two superb titles. Storm is a gentle game, and it’s gratifying to conquer obstacles, solve puzzles and watch seeds burst into trees. The graphics are functional and attractive, as the seasons and conditions change before your eyes. I wish the controls were just a little more precise, but this is still an unusual and beguiling experience.