Decent, Uncaptivating Art Game (Sense a Pattern?)
Being an Art Game, there isn't a great deal of game depth but "BlackLight" is a charming experience for the scant twenty minutes of play. It is also a production of a Newgrounds Game Jam, in this case the cap on frames-per-second was set to 12.
You start as an infant, then, a young boy, then a teenager and finally a young adult. While you go around the place, you can click on stuff and things happen. Look carefully. Once you figure it all out, though, things get pretty bland. If there were good things to point out, the art direction and use of a Newgrounds-borne soundtrack are perhaps the key elements of note. Some of the tracks induce yawns more than anything; they're soothing melodies for bedtime, or after sex when you're cuddling with your lover (assuming you guys even do that or have lovers in the first place!), but not the best thing to hear in a video game, especially a platform hopper that does require a sharp sense of timing at crucial moments.
Anyway, congratulations to the participants for a workable, bug-free Art Game. As for "BlackLight", it's nice... nice... not thrilling, but nice.