Some people say the bast marshmallows are flame-blackened and molten inside. Those people are wrong.
Properly roasting a marshmallow is an art, as the indie puzzler Campfire Cooking knows.
The goal of the game? To lightly singe pillowy confections. If you burn them, you fail. Which is, of course, as it should be.
To play, you move skewered marshmallows across a puzzle grid, flipping them each time so that their undercooked spongy sides land on the squares with fire.