Talisman as a board game is basically the definition of an Ameritrash game. It's the game of life with a fantasy theme: roll dice, and see what happens. There is very little strategy, the vast majority of choices are a coin flip or else a no brainer. It can be fun with friends in person or over voice because you can mess with other players, but it is garbage as a solo game or against strangers online.
This computer version is curiously unresponsive to mouse clicks and there is a weird delay whenever you try to get more context information on a space or character. Animations take a moment to come up and can't be skipped, everything feels heavy. It seems like every time you do anything there is a tiny confirmation button to hit, even in situations where you have no choices and you see the same information on the next screen.
The interface doesn't take any advantage of being on a computer. For example the basic choice in the game choosing between moving between two spaces after rolling a dice. It plays it just like the board game, "helping" by highlighting the squares you can move to. You can right click (with the previously mentioned delay) to see what those spaces actually are. Why doesn't the game keep the board in the background and bring up popups with information about your move choices?
I can't think of many people who wouldn't be happier sticking to the board game if they're a fan, or if not playing a different game entirely.