I could swear I remember playing a demo of this back in like 2005 while trying my damnedest to get into the indie game scene. Long story short, indie games from 2005 suck, and are little more than glorified browser games. Bleh!
I don't like indie games much myself.
This particular game was easy, fun and quite short. Especially two-players mode.
Please reconsider :)
I love indie games, just not indie games pre-2007. Crimsonland isn't a bad game per se, it's just that there are free modern browser games that are just as polished and do the exact same thing. It is a fun little title, no debate there... it just feels quick, cheap, and kinda overpriced for what it is, just like most games that have been on the Reflexive store front. Steam, GOG, and Desura each feature similar games that are lower priced (Crimsonland is currently $9) and are more polished.