Developer Gamelion has crafted something special here, combining fun platforming with physics-based mechanics and a good sense of humor that touches on modern internet culture and pure randomness. It's a shame there's not more content in this package.
There's plenty of fun to be had, but given the clever level designs and gameplay ideas, you can't help but be left wondering how much better it would have been with a little tightening up in the control department.
If Furry Legends' Chapters Two and Three come along and address the issues this one contains, then it may retroactively become worthy of purchase as a lead-in to its follow-ups. As a standalone right now, though, it's a skip.
With ever-present control frustration taking the shine off an otherwise commendable effort, you'll be hard-pressed to see the game through all five levels, never mind slog through the upcoming chapters. Unless they fix the controls, that is...