While the game is loading, the player encounters two things: A warning declaring that the game is difficult and should play at their own risk and the directions of the game that only stayed on the screen for 10 seconds, not nearly long enough to fully grasp and understand them. Being a person who is not at all familiar with the Hebrew alphabet I found the game to be extremely difficult. Since the Hebrew Alef-Bet was not located on the same page, I had to open it on another page in order to complete the game. Another problem that I encountered in the game was that the letters did not look exactly like the letters in the game which made completing the game during even the 90 second timed game nearly impossible.
This game like all the games on the ZigZag website assumes that are you are already familiar with the Jewish faith and Hebrew language and are there merely to enforce what you are already know. This is seen in the lack of explanation in the game and the short length of time that the instructions remained on the screen. Thus the purpose of the game is not to recruit people to the Jewish faith but rather help people that are already familiar with the religion.