Whale of Noise is a short, pixelated journey with some intriguing ideas. Created for the TIGSource 'A Game by Its Cover' competition, you control a whale which must use its haunting call to move through seemingly impassable rock formations.

As the whale collects glowing gems, it is granted the ability to split itself in two, and can then move around rocks which were originally in the way. As more gems are collected, the amount the whale can spread by increases, with the numbers 1 to 9 moving its two body parts further and further away. It's an interesting idea, and one I'd like to see explored in a little more depth, as the implementation here is perhaps a bit too shallow.

Definitely worth a go, however, and it only takes five minutes to reach the end. Play it here.