Well, starting with a game that's main mechanic--the flash bomb, or whatever it is--misfires more often than it works (if you're in the bottom 1/3 of the screen, usu just forget it, and you can't just hold back until you need it either, but it has to be something you've been already keeping up), and the strange fact that the game awards the medals when you get to the stages (most of the time) rather than when you complete them, unless it just misses it altogether, this game has no reason to be online with this many bugs.
I'm actually surprised I even got through half of the game given how rarely anything in the game works. Part of it was perseverance. The other part of it was wanting to say, "ha, I beat it anyway. Who made who? Making a game whose sole function is to see how much it can infuriate me... wrung fists, hand gestures, and barely restrained urges and motions to either break or throw various computer components."
Anyway, another reason I can't give this game anything is because I know I've heard some of this music before. I think it was from a kupo707 game. If it isn't the exact music or a parody, it's at least derivative, and I get tired of people taking credit for that which they shouldn't. No, I'm not one of these butt-hats that has a constant hard on for Matt: in fact, I think there are a few titles of his that flat suck because there's a lack of improvement / worthwhile additions or he simply doesn't take into consideration problems that his games actually do have, but that's another story for a different time.
I'd say thanks for the points and the medals, but I poured my time into it (only because it was there), so I deserve it. That's no reason for it to affect this score. Also, even though I'm not counting against you or the score, I will still mention it: level 23 was just friggin' mean. Everything else was easy by comparison... or at least could have been, anyway.