Overall this is an enjoyable game, but the stealth aspect means it can also get frustrating, and I kind of felt like the story wasn't fully explored/resolved after I reached the end. So my opinion is a bit more neutral but certainly not negative, hence the "yes" recommendation. Basically, you have to sneak your way past guards and security cameras, hacking computers as you go to open doors or turn off cameras, in order to clear a set of basic puzzle-like levels that involve gathering information and such to figure out why you're in the situation you are here. The better you are at hiding and remaining unseen, and the faster you complete the levels, the higher your score. You can see the cones of view of guards and cameras though, which helps in figuring out when and where to move. Combat is an option though, and you can kill guards or bystanders and disguise yourself as them, though this typically decreases your score. It also frequently triggers a 2-minute countdown until reinforcements arrive, meaning you'll likely be in more trouble if you can't finish the level before then. The story was nice and the music was good, both of which helped keep my interest especially when I had trouble passing levels. The graphics and game mechanics are simple, but those seem to work in the game's favor, making it easy to understand and play.
However, the game is on the short side, as many reviews before have said. As I write this, there are only 12 levels in the game and they didn't seem particularly large, but I've read that the develers do plan to add more content. Once you figure out how to clear the levels, they're probably only a few minutes long each, at most. It took me a bit over 3 hours to finish the game while trying to remain undetected and not killing people if I could avoid it. I'm not sure how some people are finishing this in less than 1 hour -- maybe I'm just bad at stealth games and/or they're really good at them. But for me, it was a decent length even if it did involve replaying the same few levels a bunch of times, and wasn't as frustrating as some stealth games can be for me.
Also, there doesn't seem to be very much replay value here. Sure, you can replay levels trying to improve your score, but that probably isn't much fun after a while. Achievements aren't a big draw here either, as you'll get 12 out of 13 simply by clearing each level in the game. I guess figuring out the last one is the trick. But once you complete the game, there doesn't seem to be very much to encourage you to replay it.
The price may be the biggest drawback here: $13 is a lot to pay for a 12-level game with limited replay value that can be completed in a few hours if you're not a good player and less than 1 hour if you are. It does come with the soundtrack (in .wav format though), which helps cover the price a bit, but it still seems like the $/hour value here isn't that great, especially if you're good at stealth games and end up breezing through this. I got this in a recent Humble Bundle and at the effective price I paid there, I think it was worth it. But given the length/duration/replay notes above, I wouldn't suggest paying full price for this -- watch and wait for a sale instead. I think you'll enjoy this game a lot more, whether or not you're a fan of stealth games, if you can get it at a nice discount.