This game is good fun and all, but it would really help to have the ability to move multiple pieces at a time so that if we're off by one piece to the left or right we don't have to drag each piece over one at a time.
You should probably have the time wait for you to start before it starts ticking. it's not like the levels going anywhere if you don't have any balls out, and it'd be nice to look at what you're up against first.
Disappointed by the bosses, that was one of my only complaints about the last game. The spider wasn't bad but the werewolf is just terrible. If you don't have the right weapons all you can do is sit down in the underneath area and melee it as it goes past, killing it over the course of about five minutes. And then you have to do it again.
I really wish you could've done individual ammo reloading for the shotgun (so it doesn't take as long to load one ammo as it does to load all five), especially considering how long the reload time takes...
I don't see why the ending is so unsatisfying to everyone. (Spoilers) She rescues Von Toten, they escape, and nobody gets their hands on Von Toten's inventions. Seems pretty finale-ish to me. Sure it was a bit anticlimactic, but I rather liked it.
In one case I had to swap a money bag for a closing gate in order to go from silver to gold. It was just one-for-one, so I find it a tad odd since neither really used more resources. It becomes more of a "do it the way the author planned" than a "do it as efficiently as possible."
At first I was like "Bluh, hasn't this series gone on long enough?"
Then I remembered, this is friggen' wiesi, the man who made Ultimate Crab Battle. If he says a series should keep going IT'S GONNA KEEP GOING.