My Take: Think Pipe Mania and Tron Lightcycle. Redirect the virus' infection by rotating the circuits while dodging the anti-virus countermeasure drone spiders. Elements such as locked circuits and red game over blocks get thrown in later. Eventually, you get to a point where it's solely based on timing your moves around the spiders. Tedious.
Graphics: The character and level design are simple, but worked for what they are. The little cutscenes follow an art style reminiscent of what you would see on Cartoon Network in the mid 90's, just not as good. Also the resolution is locked at 1280x720 so if you switch the settings to 1980x720, you get a horrible border all the way around the screen.
Sound: So little going on here that the only thing worth mentioning is the respawn noise is annoying.
Music: Surprisingly solid with a track or two I'd actually listen to outside the game.
Controls: Simple enough bindings, you've got directional controls, glitch drop, and circuit rotation. The game recommends the controller, but you can honestly make do with the keyboard. I couldn't tell any difference in the gameplay between the two.
Did I Finish It: No.
Will I Finish It: Eventually, but I'm so irritated with the later levels, I'm taking an indefinite break.
Should You Buy It: Only if the concept interests you, snag it in a bundle or if you see it for 80% or less.