Camp 1 is a point & click adventure game set on a frozen mostly desolate mining planet.
The puzzles left me... puzzled more often than not, sometimes due to them going right over my head, but often due to something not being explained (like an item gaining a one time use special ability that you're not told about and you have to discover it via luck) or the dreaded "the item you need to find to click on is four pixels in size, set in a background of hundreds of pixels". Pixel hunting isn't fun, not in any game. Still, about half of the puzzles were easy enough to figure out once you've got a grip on how the game's logic works.
The story is very well done, a bit minimalistic and predictable in a few spots, but well done overall. It's rather dark and dystopian and it fits the graphic style perfectly. Atmosphere and mood are phenomenal and are aided by the writing, creating a really immersive world.
Graphically it's beautiful, greyed whites, dark greys, faded greens and deadened blues make up the color palette, and each contributes to a consistent and immersive art style. For all the modern games (especially in the point & click genre) that use a "retro" style, this is by far the best looking one I've seen.
Sound is barely there besides the sound of snow crunching under your character's feet, but the little bits of music really fit the mood.
Overall, the puzzles make a grand experience a little less great, but I can't help but give Camp 1 my full recommendation.