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A very good game. The humor and seemingly simplistic 2D papercraft art is a welcome change from games of this type.
I think this game would have sold better at $10, especially since there is little to no re-playability once you have completed it. However, you're not likely to regret this purchase even if you cannot wait for a Steam sale or 3rd party bundle. Buy it and play it!
But do yourself a huge favor if you plan to get all the achievements - especially the most tedious one "A mind is a terrible thing to waste" - spend the time to scan all brains (excluding the thugs) before and after events within their area.
If you do miss one or two chapters that's not too bad. But, it sucks to miss one or two scans in 4 chapters like I did because you have to go back through those chapters and keep checking from the main menu to see if you have completed all scans in a particular chapter.
It would have been nice if the devs had coded the map dots to change color fully or partially so you could identify the missing brain scans.
Update: 2017/03/08: When this review was written the game was still being sold for $20. Some time later the price was dropped to $15 and has remained so.