You're not worthy. This game is too hard for you. Even if you look through the Sword of Omens while using The Force, you'll still get annihilated. I've beaten Ninja Gaiden for NES without dying once, I can hang with Robotron 2084. But this game is all over my ass, delivering a new challenge every time I think I've got it dialed. It's on everything but consoles, and you can have every type of control: virtual buttons, tilt, Swype, maybe even keyboard/mouse.
If you have an older device laying around, you'll have a small advantage: older hardware plays the game a bit slower, so you'll actually be able to see what kills you if you're quick.
The game is called Savant. It's tied in to the dubstep artist by the same name. I actually feel that less than one millionth of one percent of dubstep is anything more than clattering diarrhea. But when it is used to make a videogame soundtrack, and videogame sound effects are used as samples, it miraculously converts me into a person who loves dubstep. It just fits like a glove.
If you have ever played an SNK game on your own Sega Dreamcast, and miss the days of hand-drawn games where the only object is to get the highscore, get it on whatever you have that will play it and try to get a billion points. Apparently there was a bug that would crash the game if you scored a billion. I will be thrilled when I crack ten million, but who the hell is just kicking back and rolling the games odometer over with a friggin' billion? Some tweaker who just scored blue meth from Malcolm's dad?