I bought this game because for $10 I figured I could waste a couple of hours, but it turns out I just wasted $10.
The red flag started when I first booted up the game and experienced no sound. So I went to the preferences section to test out the sound driver using the handy "Test" button, which did absolutely nothing,
Ok, so I figured I'd play without sound, until the game started up and music began to play. Okaaaaay. I have sound now, great. So then I see some horrid 640x480 style windows with absurdly pixelated text. Once again, I look to up the resolution. Nope, there isn't any of that borthersome technical stuff to encuber THIS (horrid) game.
Sigh, Ok. Now on to the actual game play, which is sporadic at best and inundated with an insane amount of mindless clicking of the "Work" (or repeat) button. Basically, it makes a slot machine look complicated in comparison.
The actual story line seems to be a series of sporadic (at best) random encounters with two students whom you eventually hire to help with your computer projects. You get a few basic Visual novel style choices to make, none of which seem to make any difference to the outcome of the (so-called) multiple endings.
I'd continue to beat on this game more, but it's like thrashing a dead horse. Only so much you can throw at it until you are exhausted yourself.
Do yourself a favor, and avoid this game at any price above $1.00.