I don't think the game is on a lot of people's radars unfortunately.
It's a wonderfully interesting concept, but that also means it's a new IP, and that means there's no pre-existing mindshare to build off of. Sadly, most people dole out their attention based on the mindshare that the name carries, not the possibilities of the concept. It just illustrates the difficulty that game makers have in launching new original and innovative content into the market place.
It also highlights a reason why the Wii is just so great: by not following the expensive HD war, these small and mid-range develoeprs can stay in the game instead of being run into the ground by higher and higher budgets. Market penetration, new audiences, and a mandate for new experiences is what the Wii is trying to provide for these developers, and in return we're seeing games like this: original IPs in traditional genres (this will be an action-platformer) from young, fresh companies.
I'm curious, but I haven't been in the mood for a platformer.
It's a slowly dying genre, less and less companies are interested in making them. T_T