I'm seeing a lot of grumbling about imbalances in this game, but you know what? This game had me grinning like an idiot the entire time I was playing it, so guess who gets five stars. F**k yes, you do.
Of course it's hard, of course it's frustrating, of course it's annoying. It's not supposed to be easier. There's a million easier one-button obstacle course games out there. The point is that it's freaking hard, and even breaking double digits is an achievement.
4 stars. The difficulty ramps up smoothly, the weapons and specials change as you upgrade them keeping it fresh.
Standing problems, the radar and money counter are hard to see. Couldn't find the money counter until the third mission, didn't even realize I had a radar until the sixth mission.
Music is pretty neutral. it doesn't make me want to claw my ears off, which is good, but it doesn't make me feel like I'm piloting a 60 ton mech blowing the hell out of everything that moves, either.
Very good game, though!
On its surface, this is a game about running a business, where your success is based on diversifying what you offer while keeping your customers happy.
In reality, this game is based on doing nothing but allowing your underlings to wash dangerous animals and shovel filth while your personal success is based on how quickly and cheaply you can streamline and mass-produce the most efficient product to sell immediately. Meanwhile the integrity of your product is ignored, and your customers' satisfaction is pointless.
Monster Corporation indeed. Social commentary much?
I get the feeling you were trying to build a lot of suspense through the text, but a lot of it was killed with poor english. I'm going to guess you're not a native english speaker, which is fine, but next time get an english speaking friend to proof read your text. :)
If you're going to make a challenge involving X number of specific cars, please make sure the level contains at least that many number of those cars minimum, don't leave it up to the random generator...