Your hit markers are slightly off, and the game appears rushed. But was fun and challenging.
Fantastic gameplay. Make a massive slew of levels and I'd give it a five. I love how subtly each element was introduced.
Hav'nt is spelled rong u no? no? oh.........this isn't helpfull...cuz it's spelled rong...duh...what...
The game is actually pretty fun
Far more unique than any of those "Meet N' Fuck" games that constantly used to appear on the front page
A game doesn't use the fucking arrow keys
Named itself after an Apple slogan
THIS CRAP IS FREAKING IMPOSSIBLE
Okay, this was a very nice handful of puzzle platforming stages, and I have to say it did make me think a lot, and was very fun to play in general.
The presentation looks rather... rushed up, I have to say. Everything looks too bland and boring, like the graphics were made in a hurry and people didn't have the time to polish them. I don't mind vintage graphics, but these are just not well made. The stock music that I've already heard a thousand times before doesn't help either.
The gameplay itself, well, is a set of different puzzles to solve. In every new level, there's a new game mechanic you have to figure out in order to succeed. While some are obvious to discover, but hard to use in order to reach the goal, others are hard to figure out by themselves, making for quite a lateral thinking challenge akin to a riddle without words. The platforming itself is... sloppy, since the movement is too slippery, and it's very annoying to gain momentum.
The sheer variety of features is the reason why this game is so cool. There are all kinds of different levels, like gravity switching levels, levels where the player gradually... evolves, a Flappy Bird level, levels where the player's death creates platforms, and so on, and so forth. I'm not gonna go much in depth about those, because I really don't want to spoil the fun.
So yeah, the puzzle ideas themselves are awesome, but the physics of the platformer itself are very slippery and hard to control, and the presentation is rushed up and ugly. 3.5/5 is a proper score for this, I believe.