You really just have to go play it. Anything I can say about the game just takes time away from the 15 minutes you could be spending playing Dr. Lozengskov, The Tigger, and The Terrifically Crushed Emerigold. It's an experience that must be experienced to be experienced. Sure there's some bugs here and there, with lighting issues, wonky event triggers, and a completely overpowered tiger, but that appears to be part of the game's charm. Plus, it's a free game developed by a team during a time when most of its members were on strike.
Dr. Loss'n'koff, The Trigger, and The Terrifyingly Crashed Emergence is 15 minutes of blissful sound assaulting the castle that is your head via the drawbridges that are your ears, 15 minutes of gorgeous graphics stabbing your eyes softly with color schemes and shadows, and most importantly only 15 minutes long.
Dr. Emerald, The Langeskov, and The Cursedly Terrible Tiger is available on Steam here or on the developers' website here. Right now. It will probably take longer to download than to play. 15 minutes.
EDIT: Please excuse this article. In an effort to expand our horizons, encourage fresh ideas, and give our regular blogger a small break, we hired a new writer, who penned this atrocity of an article. Unfortunately, it was already published before we could stop it. Rest assured, 2 To 4 Players will return to its normal, high-quality articles as soon as Tom has returned from his vacation. The author of this article has been fired and hopefully fed to a tiger. And cursed.