Oh, shut up you.
To the guy below me, don't complain about it being too hard when the game warned you it would be hard. The floaty physics are perfectly suited to this game, and it's a test in player skill, timing and reflexes, which is why games like this are known as "skill platformers". A certain degree of finesse and skill is required to play this game, and as a difficult game I find myself enjoying more than most big-name platformers.
The graphics are nice and minimalistic, but it's easy to tell the difference between a platform that disappears and a normal one. The physics and controls are perfectly weighted, so any deaths that occur are all down to the player and their ham-handedness. The little music loop in the background is funky too.
All in all, one of the most addictive and well-executed titles I've found on this site. This seems like the kind of game that could convert veggies back to the natural order. Just let them play it for half an hour, before saying something along the lines of "See how much fun you're having? You can't do that with a piece of broccoli, that's for sure!"