Inspired by the artwork of Fritz Khan, Homo Machina turns the human body into a machine filled with puzzles, taking you through a regular day in the life of a person by helping keep their inner workings in top shape.

Turning the human body into a 1920's factory, Homo Machina gives you various puzzles as the person you inhabit goes about their day. From opening the eyes in the morning, eating breakfast, or listening to music, you'll have to help with the various machine representations of what the person is doing, from focusing the camera in their eyes to helping keep the pumps in the heart moving.

Homo Machina's puzzles, art, and musical style aim to create a cheerful, light puzzling experience that takes the various motions many of us make every day and gives them a charming artistic interpretation, reminding us just how complex these meat suits really are under the hood.

Homo Machina is available for $5.49 on Google Play and $2.99 on the App Store. For more information on the game and developer Darjeeling, you can head to the game's site, the developer's site, or follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.