I gave it a try. Overall it is pretty easy early on. It's a typical chips challenge style platform puzzler (for those wondering what it is). Some of the achievements are kind of silly. Like beating your best time 10 or 50 times. Unless you purposely go slow to create enough gap on the clock, I think this may be really hard with how easy some of the early levels are. It is good though that it does have GC achievements. That may be enough reason for me to finish the content given free.
Overall it's a pretty good game if you are a fan of the genre. Graphics are nice and crisp. Subtle sounds are mostly relaxing. The main knock for me is I have yet to ever buy any IAP and I typically avoid games with IAP unlocks and so on. There's no coin collecting garbage stuff though... it's just an unlock for more levels. Still, I'd rather get a trial version with most of the content from the full game cut out and then just outright buy a full version. That's just me though, other people I guess are cool with IAP content unlocks.
So my recommendation goes back to platform puzzlers like Chip's Challenge. If you like stuff like that (though I haven't seen any enemies yet, so maybe not that complex?)... it's worth checking out.