After working on the title on and off for two years, indie developer Rakugaki-Otoko has released Rotating Agent Koko (or RotAKoko), an adorable Cameltry-esque exploration/maze game with SNES-style graphics and a wonderful soundtrack.

In Rotating Agent Koko, players guide Koko through spinning mazes filled with coins, charming backgrounds/elements (e.g. mustachioed snowmen), and bosses. There's a delightfully strange story, too, which players can enjoy through the peculiar introduction and cutscenes:

"Somewhere in our dimension, an all-knowing being oversees the order of things. There are many dimensions, but ours is his favorite. New dimensions are being created all the time, and this has caused a problem: there are too many dimensions in existence! The being asks his best and most capable agent to go out and 'delete' several of the dimensions to ease the cosmic stress they're creating.

Take control of the snazzily dressed agent of God, Koko, and rotate your way through the different dimensions to find the perfect place to trigger the deletion! But be warned, some dimensions have powerful entities in them that do not want to be deleted! Please Survive!"

You can download and play Rotating Agent Koko for Windows PC here. Mind the motion sickness/epilepsy warning, though! (it's a cute warning screen, just like everything else in the game)

[Via TIGForums]