I wish I could give a neutral review, because the things I like and the things I hate exist in equal measure.
It controls well. If I click on something, my character interacts with it. No pixel-perfect finnicky nonsense. You can click and hold and control them as they move, which is a nice touch.
The music and sound design are fantastic.
The overall story seems good so far.
However, I likely won't be playing much more of this, because:
The writing (the actual text) is dreadful. "swong of sworcery" isn't that funny he added a letterhahahahaNOPE. "amirite?" and many other things that made me picture the writing process taking place on an iPhone in a coffee shop.
Twitter integration in the game world.
Rather than just taking inspiration from things, they've decided to just use said things in the game, because parody is sooooo much more hip(ster).
That said, I must admit that the reason that I quit in frustration wasn't the hipster nonsense (I put up with it so much in real life, why not a game? It'll be quaint in a few years as well). I'm just awful at puzzles. I got to the sheep puzzle and couldn't even figure out what I was supposed to do.
SO, If you like point n click games (with some simple action occasionally), and can put up with talking to that local guy who wears a flannel and beanie way to far into summer, I'm sure you'll love it. That's why I'm giving it a positive review.
It drives me batty as much as it makes me smile, though.