The developer is currently being sued by a patent troll company called Lodsys LLC (who have also been suing game developers making games for iOS and Android devices) Hopefully you'll get legal help, as far as I know Google has been helping Android game developers who were sued by them.
This game was made partly as a learning exercise, since I tend to try too hard. The next game will be far better if it ever comes out.
Also, I suck at balancing things. I have modified difficulty levels multiple times before release, yet they are still not balanced. :(
While the lack of challenge made this game feel more of an interactive slideshow than a game, it was still fun.
That, and the boulder part could be easily exploited by right clicking and moving the mouse away.
Here's a funny fact for all you complainers : This game saved it's developer from debt. This was most likely going to be his very last game as a full time indie developer if this wouldn't have sold well. Yes, he said the original price of $15 was misjudged, but it wound up saving him from debt and making it possible for him to continue making games full-time, so all of you complainers should just shut up. There is a huge library of free games on this site for you to play if a masterfully designed indie platformer isn't your slice of cake.
The preloader is nonexistent, graphics are very simple to the point of background just consisting of colored squares. The gameplay could have used something more than just a trivial "pixel hunt for a hidden button" or a "find out the rather non-logical item usage pattern". And then there is the complete lack of any music or sound effects. It's somewhat fun in it's undescribable way but does it deserve it's current rating? I don't think so.