I didn't find it frustrating at all. It's a challenging puzzle game that makes you think. If you want to be hand held though and give up easily, it's not for you. If you are one that has no attention span and doesn't like a challenge of trying to figure stuff out with obscure puzzles, it's not for you. I'm not saying you are, but I can understand why the ADD generation wouldn't like it, because it's actually challenging. It's short though, I bought it last night and beat it today. I think like 10 or so cube puzzles, maybe a couple more.
Definitely worth the $10.
I'm also a software engineer so I have always enjoyed problem solving though.
I solved the first 5 puzzle tonight and have loved it. I am a little disappointed in the length too though. The hardest part is starting out on a box, trying to figure out what controls what. Once you get started though, the solutions just sort of chain together off of each other and before you know it you’re getting knocked out with the gas again. I imagine the next time I sit down with it I’ll beat it.
Since you like this game, I highly suggest I Expect You To Die if you haven’t already played it. I imagine if you like one then you’ll like the other. And not psvr related, but I also highly recommend The Room. I played it on my iPhone and loved it. Same concept as Statik, only you aren’t trapped inside it. There are a couple of sequels too, but I haven’t played them yet