Definitely not my sort of game, but totally worth the $1.50 (US) I spent on it.
I spent about 25 minutes on the game and it's pretty entertaining. The cartoony, slightly 'dated' styled visuals are definitely deliberate and really adds to the overall feel of the game. I like the online high scores board and the different achievements you can get.
The only two things I don't like about the game is that right off the bat after you run the game, it asks if you want to unlock all the content. It will only ask you once. I thought: "What does that mean exactly?" Yes, I knew it meant exactly that, but what were the consequences of doing so? Why weren't it automatically unlocked in the first place? Of course thinking on the safer side of things, I chose Unlock all, to find that I no longer had to work to unlock levels - I think. o_o
Anyway, the second issue is the control of the shark. Between Slow and Medium speed, it's rarely noticeable. I ended up holding down both buttons most of the time for Fast and using Medium when I try to eat things. Wish there was a way to set the speeds OR at least, make it more 'useful'.
All in all, great humor, great casual fun. Not my sort of game, but definitely recommend to those who like these desktop coffee break games.