I've played a few different early access titles, and this so far is probably the worst. The game is as simple as they come. It is a platformer, where you run left and right, and jump. That is the entirety of your move set. The levels consist of 10 "tutorial" stages, and randomly generated stages. The stages are all the size of a single screen. The graphics are pretty simple, with mostly different shades of green being represented, and some decent but not impressive lighting effects in some of the tutorial stages.
I have a couple of gripes. First, the randomly generated stages. I tried and tried and tried to figure out some of them, but it appears that the way the stages are generated, roughly 75% of them are not improbable to beat, but no, they are impossible to beat. How so? The placement of the exit doors. And it seems this section of the level is recycle through a good deal of the randomly generated levels. There are about 3 variations where it is impossible to navigate the pitfalls and spikes, since you can only jump once before you land again. I am not sure how the developers did not notice this when testing.
Secondly, this seems to be a very small project. I can understand the pacing of development for more ambitious projects, like Starbound, Starforge, Paranormal, etc.. These games are more complex. They will take time. What I am seeing here looks like a game that could be completed over a short period of time. This game has been out nearly a month and a half on Steam, and yet we have a broken level generating system, and only 10 extremely small levels? 10 levels which can be completed in about 10-20 seconds each also, taking your time. That is not even an exaggeration.
Third gripe. The price. Granted, I was lucky to get this game via a bundle. I can not fathom actually paying the asking price of $9.99 for this. I know fully well that this is an early access game. But there should still be some standards. At this point, I can not fully recommend this to anyone at the current asking price. There are far better early access games out there worth your attention. This is just another case of something slipping through the cracks that Valve really needs to put a seal on.