Just trying the game out myself, Oddly enough I couldn't find the game by searching either for Hansjoer or for the game title had to use safari to find the link in this post, which was a bit irritating since I've always found web browsing on Ios a bit clunky.
its a lot of fun, I particularly like the sounds and the way that things pan around you. There have been a lot of three lane sterrio avoidence style games kicking around, going right back to Bavisoft in 2004 and Tarzzan Junior's tiger fight, yet usually they just do a straight left, center right,type of affair, I love the way sounds move, it gives you a wonderful sense of place.
I also really like the sounds themselves, the variety of nasty zombies and little tunes for the fairies (I wonder if the devs read the zombies vs unicorns anthology). , though I wish it was possible to hear the sounds for the different powerups since I got killed when I mistook a light doubler for a shield .
my best so far is 5200 or so, and I'm non mission three, but I'll improve as time goes on, in particular I've noticed that sometimes my downward swipe's aren't accurate and I get a head full of nasty birdies .
Collectables also rock, and the mission and quest system is fun. I've not had the skip quest issue so far I have just found the button and double tapped manually.
I only have two miner gripes. Firstly,I wish there was an option to disable the "play on for 500 lights" thing. I doubt its something I'll use since I tend to prefer to save my lights for powerups and having to constantly hit no after each game is a bit draggy.
Secondly, the intro mentioned ruined cities etc. It'd be nice if there was some extra background ambiences available other than the forest, EG a beach, a city or a factory.
Other than that a very awesome game and one I think I'll be having the odd quick blast of minute fun with from time to time.
With our dreaming and singing, Ceaseless and sorrowless we! The glory about us clinging Of the glorious futures we see,
Our souls with high music ringing; O men! It must ever be
That we dwell in our dreaming and singing, A little apart from ye. (Arthur O'Shaughnessy 1873.)