David Hume, Mozart, food, taxonomies and cryptozoology combined can apparently make for some brilliant gaming moments thanks to the demented minds responsible for Gua-Le-Ni; one of the oddest and most enjoyable iPad games I have recently run into and a most intriguing offering that had somehow slipped under the IndieGames.com radar. Anyway, it's never too late to enjoy a fine casual game with truly unique visuals and gameplay methinks. Especially one that lets you play taxonomist with a menagerie of sui generis beasts and then, well, feed them. Oh, and the currently available and thoroughly updated version even comes with a brand new game-mode and all sorts of added content.