If you want my opinion, just read bjbest's review, which sums up my thoughts presicely. One thing I like, though, is its sense of... I dunno... atmosphere? Something, anyway, gives a slight thrill to playing this game. Otherwise... why do you have to open the oven? Why do you dream of cheese? What's with all the bodies?
Do you like nonsenical cause and effect? Do you like warping around to different places for no apparent reason? Do you like objects that have no description? Do you like misspelled words? If so, then "Forgoten" [sic] is for you.
Everyone else may as well skip it. Not very much makes sense is this game, and the plot is nonexistent. Who are you, where are you going, what are you doing, why do you keep warping around? The game does have a vaguely sinister air about it but it is sorely underdeveloped.
The only reason I gave this game 2 stars (poor) rather than 1 (appalling) is that the author has spent some time developing a medium-sized world, and has put a little bit of effort into some scripting (the elevator works nicely, but why would there be an elevator in a otherwise normal home)?
Other than that, the main question I'm left with this game is: why? Why are their two dead, fused bodies in my parents' bed? Why does dropping a flashlight into a murky substance warp me to a house? Why does drinking the same said murky substance make me travel back in time? Why is there a reference to a magic tree when it is utterly unnecessary to the game? Why would anyone find this entertaining?