Chipzel's chiptune soundtrack is great and in keeping with Spectra's retro arcade stylings, but the rest of the audio isn't particularly memorable.
Distinctive and eye-catching neon graphics are all well and good, but given that it all looks exactly the same, with nary a palette swap or visual mix-up of any kind throughout Spectra's ten levels, it gets old, fast.
Entertaining twitch gameplay that will have you hooked for a few hours, the pursuit of high scores will grow tiresome once you realise there's no-one to compare them with.
Ten procedurally generated courses in total with normal and hardcore difficulties to tackle will ensure decent bang for your buck, but repetition soon creeps in.
A solid achievement list that prods you in all of the right directions, injecting some much-need longevity into Spectra's ten levels. Thumbs up.