This game is... not that great. It had a good many problems that hindered my enjoyment of it.
First of all, the game is kind of dull. Don't get me wrong, it started out pretty good, it was fun at first. But as things went on, I didn't feel as if anything in this game stood out, or that I would remember it beyond this review. The art style is "meh". It feels very uninspired to me, and kind of basic.
Secondly, glitches abound!
A good example of a large game-breaking bug that I encountered (because you can't continue without it), is the upgrade system. Truth be told, it seems more than a little bit spotty. I can recall several instances where I would have enough money for an upgrade, and couldn't purchase it.
Well, I should say that I *did* purchase the upgrades, or at least the game said I did-- the money I had was almost gone, so I assume that's what that means-- but I didn't get any bonus from the upgrade I just purchased, nor did it show up on my character.
It's clear that the programming on that end is completely fucked, and you really need to work on it. But I'm honestly not sure how you might go about fixing something like that, as I don't know all that much about programming.
Third, the music needs a lot of work. I won't spend too much time on this, because it's a simple fix. Just get more music next time, and you're golden.
Glitches (-2 stars): upgrade system robbed you of money, and didn't deliver the goods. This makes the later stages nigh impossible to beat.
Dull (-1 star): the game isn't very interesting. The art style the game uses is very basic and unexceptional-- which, while not all that big of a deal in and of itself, is compounded by lackluster music (that one track), and largely repetitive game play. Overall, I'd say it was very "meh".
You get 2/5 stars, because the game is at the very least playable, and succeeds to some degree in providing a fun experience-- if only for a short while.