Well, this actually kind of surprised me! The music is very dream-like, the gameplay is decent and although the character model is...meh, the game makes up for it with the fact that like on a real planet, the game rotates! It is a fun platformer experience and is not too shabby
I like it a lot. My only complaint is that the art for the character is just average. Good game.
Not my cup of shit..
The controls are a little to stiff for the 4 life setting, game over and you restart, programming you have.
Having played both installments of this pair of games, i can happily say that the latter of the two is a much needed improvement from the previous.
The graphic makeover makes this game much more appealing to somebody browsing round the website, and so i believe that would attract more people to play.
The gameplay is also slightly better - jumping is easier to measure. Plus the addition of lives makes the game a little bit easier.
Overall, the game still requires a polish, but is much better than the first installment.
Just a Suggestion
I think the game is very well built.
My suggestion is that instead of having lives, because that only makes the game more frustrating, have time instead for each level.
Then once you beat a level you can go onto the next and make a menu where you can play any level that has been unlocked to try and beat your previous time.
Once you have beat all the levels you can submit your total time (all the level times added up) to a highscore board.