Vector is an example of the auto-runner sub-genre of platformers that have really exploded on mobile devices. As such, it is one of the best of its type, with very fluid controls and animation, and a decent (although overly repetitive) soundtrack.
I personally found the entire genre of auto-runners to be slightly less fun on the PC than on my tablet or phone, but I must admit, even with PC controls this was a blast to play in short spurts. My only real complaint is that you have to be doing nothing else to pick up the tricks you "need" to collect throughout the level. If you have another button pressed even for a second of the window for the trick pick-up, it won't register.
Also, it would be nice if you had more control over your character, being able to use the tricks you get when you want, maybe even combo them for points or something. Instead, picking up and unlocking the tricks seems to be largely a waste of time, as the tricks you know don't carry over level to level. This last complaint is really a complaint with the whole auto-runner genre in general, though, so its hard to fault Vector for it.
Ultimately, if you like auto-runners, Vector is a sure win for you, if you don't normally care for them, its still worth checking out, as its professional layout, excellent graphics, and high replayability may make you reconsider the genre.