Yet there's a repetitive nature to some of the levels, and the collection of coins, gum, and pieces of postcards can become a little tedious. Plus, the game is very short, clocking in at about six hours for the main adventure. Some of the controls, like the grappling keys, can be wonky at times, too. Still, there's a charm here that, despite the general lack of laugh-out-loud humor, shouldn't be missed. But because of its length, it makes more sense as a rental, not a purchase.