It’s not a long or complex game, and it is reflected in the price – £1.99 at the time of publication. Apart from the six stages, there isn’t much more to the game. Each level has a boss which fights in a ‘bullet hell’ style, in which the best way to fight the boss is to focus on avoiding the projectiles rather than shooting at the enemy. These are fun, if not a little repetitive by the end. Dya Games has succeeded in making a game that is exactly what they set out to make, a simple shooter with puzzlelike elements. It’s a lot of fun for what it is, and I’d recommend it to anyone looking for a cheap afternoon of fun.