I love this game! Great old-school 2-D graphics, amusing exposition, great game music, and a fairly gentle difficulty curve. Gameplay is a fairly simple matter of learning the patterns of your coworkers that you're trying to avoid and timing your movements *just* right, and you WILL get caught a LOT, but it's extremely satisfying to finally get to the end of each level.
Cons, it's pretty short; despite it being called "Level 22," there's actually only 20 levels, including 4 "boss" levels. The way the controls are designed it's clearly meant to benefit touchscreens, but you can get by well enough with keyboard and mouse. There's not much replay value on the surface; once you know how to pass a level, it's pretty easy to roll through the entire game, but OTOH it's an enjoyable enough experience that I find myself coming back to play certain levels over again even though I've completed the game 100%.
Overall, a clever, fun little game that I was not expecting much from but I greatly enjoyed.