Classic formula with classicly unique approach
I enjoyed the nice, light fare that the game offered. Like the pitfall genre of game back in the day it was quickly challenging while one learns the controls and how they must be used to progress farther into the game. I always appreciate the ability to turn sound off and wasn't able to find that here. Also, a longer learning curve would be appreciated so as to enjoy the graphics of the game without having to make objective playing decisions every 1/3 second.
The game certainly is not unworthy of some fun gamer attention, but the hook factor is not unbearably high.