The music does the job, but the voice acting is superbly delivered, peppering its writing with the right amount of sarcasm to go with its humour.
A fair bit of screen tearing rears its head when you're running around as Frank Lee English, but otherwise, everything looks very solid and nicely detailed. SPIFFING is not a bad looking game at all.
Occasionally fiddly, Her Majesty's SPIFFING has still been neatly adapted for the Xbox One controller, making getting your head around its puzzles nice and straightforward.
Worth playing through more than once to mop up all of its political satire and pop culture references, SPIFFING lasts a good 2-3 hours, boasting some smart puzzles and a little bit of lateral thinking, all injected with a sly sense of humour.
Not content to cram loads of references and nods into the game, Billy Goat has chucked a bunch into its achievement list too. That it's also a good, solid list is a pleasant surprise. Great stuff.