Peet Around is a hypercausal game that challenges a player's hand-eye coordination and timing. A stickman, Peet, needs to go to the bathroom. Yet, the only way he can access a toilet is by walking and running around a large ring until the player completes tasks that increase his speed and create and extend a narrow ring within the larger one.
The game features Levels and Endless modes. On the circular track, the player must touch the ring when Peet crosses side-by-side colored bands that appear randomly and move in one or alternating directions. If they stop Peet before or after the bands, they fail their mission. Peet falls flat on the ring and has continence problem. If they stop Peet within the wide band, the narrow extends slowly. If the stop occurs in the narrow band, the ring extends faster.
If the player manages to stop Peet correctly every time, he eventually reaches a white toilet. In some levels, the player can allow Peet to walk or run around the entire large ring to prevent missing a band. That said, the bands sometimes decrease in size as time passes, which means that Peet falls down if he fails to reach a band after a full circuit because it disappeared from the circular track.
It's important to note that the game glitches and redirects the player back to the home screen at the end of some levels.