A charming casual puzzle game about a little girl who wants to be an astronaut. It takes about 1-3 hours to complete depending on whether you get stuck on some of the trickier levels or not. Each level is made up of a series of adjustable columns that need to be raised and lowered to provide a path for the girl from the starting point to the target. New twists to the gameplay are added the further you go, like transparent blocks which need to be solidified by aligning them with a laser before you can walk on them, sliders which move an entire row of columns back and forth, or levels where the goal is hidden beneath the ground and you need to carefully uncover it. No timers, no pressure, just solve at your own pace.
Controls can take a moment to get used to and sometimes, if you lower a column too far, it will be too hidden behind other columns for you to pull it back up. Also, a warning: On the main menu, the button on the left is "continue" and the second button is "play from start". This has caused confusion for some people and they accidentally reset the progress of their game.
A very cute puzzle game, with just the right difficulty curve: just when you think you've mastered one of the game's mechanics, another one is introduced to make things more complicated! I truly enjoyed my experience with "A Wish Upon A Star" and only regret it's so short :)