How long it took me to beat: 10 minutes
Overall Score: C
The first thing you will notice about Episode 1: Head in the Clouds, is that the author put clouds everywhere. While some background adds class to the level, this seems a little bit excessive and distracting. The other odd thing about this level is there are stars everywhere. Anytime you think you have reached a hard part of this level, a star appears and you can simply jump through the enemies. As a result, the level has somewhat of a pointless feel to it, as if you are simply avoiding most of the level.
An additional problem occurs in the second level. It is a dark level with invisible blocks. This by itself can be frustrating, and this feeling is increased by the fact that it is possible to get stuck with no course of action but to quit the game and start over. I cant help but feel like the author didnt put quite enough thought into this level. It looks like he might have had some good ideas, but they really were not implemented very well. As a result, I cannot recommend this world.