Good game on the whole. I like the basic gameplay, the visuals and the narrator, but it has a few issues.
- Your attack has longer range than the animation seems to suggest (the animation makes it look like it would extend to the far end of the smaller square within the square, but it seems to actually extend all the way out to just outside the larger square). I also find that the attack is slightly slower than the animation seems to suggest, and "hangs" in the air after the animation seems to be finished. The end result is that the optimal time to attack something is much earlier than it appears to be, which is quite frustrating.
- The blood splatter is a nice effect but it clutters the screen a little too much.
- It's annoying to have to go through the earlier stages of the game over and over again before getting to deal with the larger numbers or stronger enemies that actually kill you. I'd have liked a difficulty setting that lets you start out against a higher threat level.