Watching the video, I think it's fantastic fantastic.
Thanks. Why not try playing it?
I can see a number of nice ways one might expand upon the prototype (beyond packaging it as a standalone executable).
This is tigsource. No one has python + pygame. I am suprised. The install is easy and it lets you play some good games.
What do you think could be done with it yourself?
One of the main things that we considered adding but didn't have time at the jam was the addition of other objects that stick to the same scale as you do, or even grow as the level shrinks. I think this could create some interesting puzzles. Allowing the world geometry to change/move could also allow for some new ideas.
I also think this is an amazing concept with tons of potential! Really clever and I can easily imagine this being developed into a major game along the lines of World of Goo (of course there's a lot involved with that...)
Wow! Idea: this + real-time fractals
That is a really neat idea. I have done some work with fractals.
Exploring the Mandelbrot set or even just the Sierpinski triangles with this mechanic could be fun.