Visually, this game is appealing. The music fits the style of gameplay, and all of the mechanics are pleasantly polished, however the actual content of the game is unappealing and monotonous.
You start the game on a descending elevator and find yourself in a white room. There is no attempt at all to explain WHY you're there, or what motivation you have to solve the puzzles. Each set of puzzles takes about 7 minutes, and there are 9 puzzles. Initially, the content is new and exciting, however in the later levels, the same kinds of puzzles are recycled over and over, but with slight differences, that makes solving them like solving math problems. Rewarding, yes, but exciting, no.
My biggest issue with this game is that the content is not tied together with characters, or plot, or any reason why you should feel a connection with your virtual counter-part. You go through each set, and then do the next set. It's not a progressive experience that you can invest yourself in, but rather invokes an "oh great, another freaking puzzle" reaction.
In conclusion, the audio and visuals are pleasent, and the mechanics are nicely polished, but the actual content, the gameplay
is boring and repetive. This game is not worth it's paid title, however it would make a nice free game.