I like the idea behind this game.
The three word system makes it easy to create a character and know how you are going to play that character from the start.
The game is definitely not crunchy. The combat and other skill mechanics are very simple. d10 plus modifiers versus a GM generated difficulty. This is neither good nor bad. If you like to play fast paced character driven games this is a good engine to try out. If you like crunchy try Savage Worlds for a bit more crunch or one of the plethora of d20 games if you want to spend all day on one fight.
Ingenium has a good beastiary for a basic core set of rules.
It does not have any scenarios or setting with the rules or out in any other form.
If you want adventures or a setting you'll have to wait.
For 5 bucks that may be worth it to you. For 10 you can pick up Savage Worlds that has a ton of Freebies on their website and tons of fan support. Presently I'd recommend Savage Worlds.
[3 of 5 Stars!]