I did not really find the humour of this game that good. Violence for the sake of violence is not something that appeals to me, however cartoney it might be.
The game however is a rather competent mix between a Lemmings, the things walk ahead until they run into something and then turns around without regard to their own safety, and a bit of physics Angry Birds like flinging of both your creatures and objects.
The gameplay is fairly well executed but never felt quite right, and many of the puzzles were based on getting a feel for the flinging physics which I just never got the same feel with. Still an interesting mixup which could do with a bit of polish to really shine.
Though rather short and simplistic in the graphics department, the game still manages to convey a rather good sense of atmosphere if you follow it's advice about playing alone with the lights out.
Don't expect it to feel that gamey, more like an engrossing narrative. At the asking price it's a rather interesting experiment for those more concerned with atmosphere and storytelling than gameplay.
On the one hand, the German parts are ranging from "Well, it's not the style a WW1 soldier would have used, but okay..." to "Oh my God, why did you use Google translate?". Some words are so poorly chosen that it causes physical pain to read them.
On the other hand, this is not my kind of game. I don't really get scared by most horror games. Also I don't quite like the idea of dinosaurs in a First World War setting. I guess it's a matter of taste, but I find them really unfitting.
2 points because although the game is short and the translation hurts, it has some atmosphere and some decent concepts.