Morak, being who he is, has suggested to me that Sea of Stars at this late juncture is probably his Game of the Year, or "goaty." That sounds like an adjective, and not a pleasant one - bare minimum, it evokes goats. But in this case, somehow, it's an indication of particular enthusiasm.
Evolved, modern turn-based combat set - as a gem is set - into luscious pixel art and animation? He's fucked. That's where it gets a least a little funny, because he was already completely sold on it, and then he discovered a ways in that it has some kinda… these people are wicked. They're monsters, and this is how I know: they combined a slot machine you can level up with a clockwork tactics boardgame. I don't know if they are Satanists - or if they are, somehow, Satan himself.
Yeah, you heard me. Here is a video by developer Sabotage - who you might remember from The Messenger - from a couple months ago where they reveal their devastating new brain drug, without so much as a hint of shame:
In the same way Capy managed to create a game called Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes that was at once a match three puzzler and a fucking wargame that will never, ever in a million years get the credit it deserves, Wheels is a delightful, utterly out of control concept that not only deserves a life away from its host organism but also needs a physical manifestation on crowdfunding fuckin'... yesterday.