Hey there, I recently played through the game and thought I'd share some of my thoughts on it here. I'll be going over some things I liked about the game, maybe some things I didn't and any bugs I may have discovered.
First I'll go over some of the things I liked. I enjoyed the story premise and setting of the game, a steakhouse by day but a "slaughterhouse" by night, it's a really interesting concept having all of the staff actually be killer cows carving people up at night. The "VHS" effect is also very well done here, adds to the atmosphere of the game.
Now I want to talk about some of the things I didn't like. The biggest thing to me is that it just didn't feel like a horror game, yes the premise and setting are creepy and good but I couldn't really find any meat to this game (no pun intended). The cows that chase you are barely any threat at all so long as you turn tail and move the other way, and apart from their eyes glowing when you're in their sights they aren't really that frightening to look at. It's also become extremely common for games to use the "find X number of Y item in this maze and don't die!" concept and it's getting to be extremely repetitive, of course your game isn't the only recent one to do this, but it's the most recent I've played that follows this overdone and frankly boring formula.
I'm happy to report that I didn't encounter any game breaking bugs, however there was a minor one where a cow would continuously walk into a wall, I believe the "cowbell" effect would trigger but it appeared to be stuck.
In the end, I'll give praise to the game's story and setting concepts, as well as it's use of effects to heighten the atmosphere. However, I have to be critical about the overall game-play in that it's very mundane with mechanics that have recently been overdone in the indie horror scene especially here on itch, and that I just didn't find it scary.
I hope you don't mind but I made a let's play of my time with the game over on my channel.
Cheers and best wishes to you,