I'm going to try and put out a review for a video game I've played every day or two days. For all 7 friends of mine.
From the creators of "AaAaAa!!! A Reckless Disregard For Gravity", this little game was designed entirely for the purpose of the Potato Sack, a collection of video games related to Portal 2's ARG. The whole premise of it was being almost identical in play to AaAaAa!!!, yet it only had one level and was based around showing extra ARG-related items. It took 15 minutes to get both of the ARG-related things they had and most people put this game to rest. This, unfortunately, put most of us into view of the glaring fact that the achievement for the game is impossible to achieve because the level in question does not exist anymore. They're working on that for the future.
A year or two later, the developers have put more work into the game after the ARG, but it is not complete. It is at this moment Early Access. Early Access or not, the game is lacking in content and can honestly be called a poor man's AaAaAa!!! The only differences I can think of revolve around me saying "1...2...3... does not have it, but AaAaAa!!! does." Crowds with interaction, slow down, interesting backgrounds from time to time, cute humor, it concretes the point that 1...2...3... is severely lacking in entertainment and content.
The only positive thing I can say about this game is that the simple soundtrack they provide is calming and trance-like, but I could see why people wouldn't like that either.
Is it worth the ten dollars it lists on the store? No, and you're not really missing anything if you haven't played it but have played the previously mentioned game (or the revamped version "AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome"). The only reason you have this game at all is because of the Potato Sack, That said, it is perhaps something to look forward to in the future and if it somehow tries to break away from the AaAaAa!!! series, this review may be a bit more positive.