I wanna see the starry sky
About the game itself: It's a fun adventure with a fair share of interesting stuff and a fair share of annoying stuff too. The bosses are quite interesting, although the last one follows the boring concept of getting stronger as his HP decreases. Some of them also have some really interesting attacks. The platforming is mostly fun and well designed, and paced in a mostly calm way. There's plenty of variety in the first few stages. Somewhat cute visuals, nice musics.
The spotlight gimmick is the first issue. Way too many leaps of faith in the worst possible places, and the spotlight's range is way too small, so even horizontal obstacles can be troublesome. There are lots of gaps between walls that sound like passages, but lead to absolutely nowhere. They have simply no reason to be there. The later stages don't have nearly as much variety as the earlier stages do, and they get repetitive quite quickly thanks to that. The spikes and the tiles really don't fit at some points. And the game ends WAY too suddenly.
It's a fun game, although it has its flaws. Would recommend, maybe.