I was going to join the conversation on old cars and AC, but this is clearly more important.
The first thing any player will notice are that games graphics are horrible. Your character is a goat. The only thing we know about him is that he is male (because he has horns); his objective and backstory are not given in any way. Virtually anything could be substituted for him and the game would not change in anyway. The obstacles are blocks of a single solid color, usually orange or purple, that cast a small shadow. That last detail will be important. Upon touching a block, the goat will explode in such a way as to bring back memories of the early Mortal Combat games. No reason is provided for why the goat has such an energetic reaction. The only elements that add scenery in anyway are alternating green and light green stripes on the ground and Minecraft style clouds. To the players dismay, the clouds are not transparent. In fact, they interfere with your attempts to dodge the blocks so much that they could almost be considered a secondary enemy. The clouds cast a slightly longer shadow than the blocks. The only other indication a player has that the clouds are not blocks is that the clouds move while the blocks do not. Any reasonable player can become confused and believe that the clouds are an advanced enemy, causing them to attempt to dodge both the blocks and the clouds. The controls are sloppy and lag. It is as if the goat is running on ice; whenever the player wishes to stop, they must hold the appropriate key for a while. At the end of each level, a single sentence is shown to the player. This sentence is identified as a form of "Distorted Logic" that an extremist group may use to recruit new members. However, everyone of these sentences would be true for a Jew in NAZI Germany. Fortunately, the game is only 6 levels long. Like many failed 'edutainment' games, the FBI latest project makes no attempt to connect the game play to the intended message. This demonstrates that the project leaders did not have a fundamental grasp on edutainment theory, or game design. This connection between the actions of the player and the information being given is the basis of all successful edutainment e.g. Oregon Trail
series by MECC, Mouse Party
series by the University of Utah, import turtle by Python. Overall, This game is one of the worst games I have ever heard of. It deserves its harsh rating of 6/10, because game reviewers do not know how scales work.