The concept is OK, but the execution is really terrible.
It's far too talky and I know you were trying to be funny, but honestly, I just want to play the game instead of having to sit through an endless stream of text bubbles. The problem with humour is that it's entirely subjective and I know you probably thought the text was funny, but it got a bit grating, largely because it fell flat for me and I started thinking "I want to play the bloody game! Why won't you let me play the game!?"
The instructions were also an active hindrance, covering up part of the screen.
The lines were also problematic as well, with the game deciding that I'd gone off of them when in fact, I hadn't. This pretty much meant that I couldn't do the grand father clock because after I'd managed to cut the stupid thing open and welded the wires together, I couldn't get the thing at the bottom back together again.
I get that you threw this together in three days, but honestly, you needed to spend more time on it.