Hex have tried hard to make a game that's fun, young, trendy and interesting to play, and failed dismally on all counts. It's vaguely like a Jeff Minter
game in some ways, but tragically in no good ways. It's a good touch to enable you get at the sprites so you can edit them, putting no copy protection on the disk, and printing the manual on recycled paper, and so on, but it doesn't make up for a crap game. If "environmental" games carry on in this way, people will be wondering whether doing the world in isn't such a bad idea after all. Nice title, shame about everything else.