Neves offers rather mixed feelings to be honest. It's a rather simple puzzle game that only offers a single puzzle game in the form of Silhouettes a shape puzzle game where you need to put seven pieces together to form a specific image. I will admit that this game is relatively addicting for a short time, but the sheer number of these puzzles will start to tire you out after a while because you'll be moving and rotating the same seven pieces over and over.
And, while the game does offer three forms of single play it also shares all of the same puzzles between those modes. So, if you want to get a 100% completion on this game you'll need to solve all of the puzzles at least three times if not more. Since, one of the modes is to solve all of the puzzles without making a single mistake. So you'll either need to memorize how all of the pieces are setup are draw them out on a piece of paper or something in order to make tackling that mode easier.
Sadly, the biggest disappointment with this game is the soundtrack in my opinion. The game only includes a small number of musical scores which will grow old rather quickly. The game would have been better offer with a larger selection or a few tracks that get the blood flowing since I find most of the tracks rather tiring. I guess, they were trying to go with something relaxing, but I just tend to find it sleep inducing.