I love the types of games that give you the controls and leave the rest for you to figure out. Many games nowadays hold your hand, telling you to kill this, go here and capture this point, etc. Why can't there be more games like this that throw you into the thick of it and have you figure things out on your own.
Anyways, I digress.
Pixel graphics are fairly common nowadays with only a few standing out from the rest. Unfortunately, this isn't one of those. Although I once had a fondness towards pixel graphics, I'm starting to grow tired of them not bringing anything new to the table.
Simple four-button system is easy to learn, but harder to control at later stages of the game. I found myself falling onto the spikes much more after 300 meters because the jumps are so short you have to time them just right. The speed jumps after every 100 meters often screwed up my timing in survival mode causing death more often than I would have liked, but I liked the challenge.
Eh... It's music. It fits the mood of the game. Nothing outstanding, but nothing boring, either.