Now that's an intriguing game, I have never seen anything like that before - and so far it seems pretty well done and has a lot of potential!
I'll start the review with a few bad points (because there aren't many at all):
*I found the interface VERY uncomfortable. Played the game for almost 5 hours and I feel I still didn't get used to it, as even 5 hours and a couple of levels into the game I found myself still confused and not getting to the action I meant to do rigt away. I guess they tried to do something more intuitive that would fit the game's style but I really found the whole interactions and inventory business confusing.
*Story is almost non-existant. Perhaps in the full game? I sure so hope so..
*Another thing which doesn't really concern the game itself, but nore about wrong advertisement - the game seems like an 'action-adventure' type, with combats and killings etc... But I've barely encountered action sequences in the game itself. It's mostly just puzzles. Again, maybe in the finished game?
Anyway, even with these minor problems, and some more which you could expect from an unfinished product, this game is truly a gem. It's basically just a bunch of puzzles, but unlike many modern adventure games (or video games in general), it doesn't take the players as stupid fellas.
This game is pretty tough and challanging, but not in a terrible way, not in the "oh ♥♥♥♥ I'd have never figured that out!" way, but in a satisfying way. You have to truly pay attention to your surrounding, be sharp and creative, and if you manage to solve a riddle on your own it's usually very satisfying!
The other technical aspects of the game are also great, the horror setting is very bizzare, creepy and fills you with uneasiness.
Personally I quit the game for now, as it got too complicated for me, even on the easy level.
I still think the game is great, though, and am looking forward for the full product - hopefully more polished, wiith some more story, more hints and perhaps a walkthrough for the tough sections!