When I first saw the short film, FDA Approved, by my friend Ivette Salom, I was giddy with excitement. It really resonated with me in its quirky weirdness. I told her that I would love to make it interactive, and she gave me the original animation files to rework. The result is the piece above. It takes a little over 5 minutes to play through. I recommend that you approach this piece as interactive art and not as a game; You can not win or lose, and its meaning is open to interpretation.
This can load slowly on older mobile devices or over a slow internet connection, and the Android Play version needs to reboot if you switch it to the background. (If there are millions of Android downloads, I will spend time to address the reboot issue.)
The following sounds were generously provided under the Creative Commons license from Freesound.org: A Clap (by maycuddlepie), Heart Beat (by LuannWepener), Switch And Ballast 1 (by lonemonk), chimes (by Atkom), Wind Chimes A (by InspectorJ), Menjant Platan (by Crater RF), boite a meuh (by abel-K), squeak-toy-squeeze-sad_full01 (by Aiyumi)