I feel the exactly the same way.
Oh, man up, Newgrounds.
"I can't be bothered to spend five minutes of my precious gaming time to chill out and have fun watching particle effects! It's SUCH a heinous crime to ask players to learn to think with gravity wells! BOOOOOO-HOOOOOO"
sheesh, the music is relaxing and the visual is pretty and fun to watch. The folks complaining about not getting how gravity wells work spoonfed to them are going to have boring lives, always charging ahead to the goal ASAP and no patience to learn for their fun. Hobbies? No sir, I can't be bothered to learn something new for my enjoyment.
that's what i call an inspiring one, nice concept, and great visual!
I have to agree with everything SeeD419 said. I have no idea how I'm supposed to get past level two. And--I'm not going to spend all night trying to figure it out. If there isn't adequate documentation, I'm going to give it a low score and move on.
I play games for fun. I play games to relax. Trying to figure out what the heck I'm even supposed to be doing and how to accomplish it is neither fun nor relaxing. If I'm just not skilled, that's fine. This, right here, isn't a case of that. It's a case of inadequate documentation, so I'm not going to waste my time trying to figure out things that, by all rights, should be in the instructions.
It seems like a good game. As SeeD419 also said, over all it seems great. But the lack of proper documentation is the killer.
The begining got me. It's awesome!
Even thought there was a black box at start...
it was the Newgrounds' logo
I like the music