I played through Act 1 of Hiveswap. It took a few hours, but that's because there's so much text, and plenty more I didn't interact with through item combinations and environmental experimentation. Everything aside from the actual gameplay is great (writing, art, music in that order, though that's nothing against what Toby Fox does with the music), but the puzzles themselves make this feel like such a simple adventure game. Of course, it is just an introduction, and it does a good job of that. Naturally, FLY loves all the references to Clarissa Explains It All, and though it gets 90's heavy, which I guess makes sense since it takes place in 1994, but the writing is super sharp regardless. Not sure how much one would get out of it without having read the webcomic, since at that point you're playing an easy point and click with genuinely funny writing, but as an extension of that it's cool seeing a lot of the art come to life with new characters and a number of nods towards the source material. Hopefully the next act doesn't take forever to get made.