This game was fine. It had a simple concept, and executed it well enough. Let's talk about it.
This game had good presentation. That much is undeniable. The art style was farily distinct, made enemies fairly easy to see, though I wish the basic enemies were brighter, and looked fairly good.
The UI is pretty good too. I like how your health bar changes with your weapon and everything looked really clean and easy to see at a moment's glance. Music is pretty good too, and suits the atmosphere of the game well. If there's anything I would complain about in the presentation department, it would be that sound effects felt cheap and off to me. I can't explain how or why, so it probably isn't very helpful, but I know there's something off about them.
Things get weirder once we get to gameplay. Originally I was extremely put off by the way you aimed by moving, but it's grown on me. While aiming with mouse is much more snappy, this game forces you to think about positioning much more. Firstly, to aim at enemies, you must face them, and your staff turns slowly, making you have to walk towards them. This makes you have to put some distance between the enemies before turning around to aim at them, and makes it so being against a wall puts you at a large disadvantage. It was something I learned to pay attention to, which is why I'm sad that the walls and distance to enemies are the only things that make you consider your positioning. Something that would make this system shine much more brightly is if you put enviornmental obstacles. Rocks or trees or something like that that would get in your way. Maybe holes in the ground that dealt damage to you. Walls that allowed only projectiles through. Stuff like that would make your positioning a constant factor if frequent enough, and you would have to consider your distance from them always. I also wish the enemy variety was greater. Though there are a few enemies. Most of them run towards you and damage you. Some have bigger hitboxes, and some die when touching you, but other than the mushroom that shoots purple pellets at you, they're very similar and mostly uninteresting. Try new ones to make the player have to move in different ways. Maybe one that shot a huge slow projectile that would stay on the map for a long time. Maybe one that spawned other smaller ones. I don't know. They would be great at exploiting how movement and shootiing work against each other in this game. Also, the fact that your torch runs out of light is barely an issue as it runs out so slow. I recommend making it run out faster but placing more pickups and making them replenish less so it's more of a concern.
Also I wish I could select menu options using my mouse. The option never hurts.
Well that's all of the criticisms that come to mind. Hopefully this was at least somewhat helpful.