It is. You can design so many different new ideas for pinball. A huge leap forward for pinball as a whole, and homebrewing as a concept. Multimorphic puts out very high quality games and playfields, basically showing us how it can be done, and then as homebrewers, we can take the ball and run as near or as far as we like!
I am interested in seeing others' games for the platform, or, better yet, letting us know when they are available to purchase! They've had two third-party releases for the platform, and both are pretty darn fun. Looking forward to more.
I see this kind of thing all over the place, especially with pinball, and I have a really hard time with that kind of wording for a creative endeavor. We all know art is subjective, and pinball comprises so many different aspects of 'art'. It takes a tremendous amount of work to make a game. It doesn't matter the platform. Making a cohesive, FUN, complete, and error free software package on your first release? This is something to be lauded regardless of manufacturer.
As someone who owns the game, I can say that I really like the art. The playfield has a lot of fun little illustrations, the cityscape has amusing nods to corporations, and the art on the game screen is not distracting during gameplay. Things like the pieces of cash that float down from the top of the screen are easy to pick out, instantly recognizable, etc.
I find the animated art style charming, and it is very fluid. Unlike flash, which I saw someone reference somewhere (I guess because the vignettes are in a window?), the animation is very smooth. Also my family (small sample size, but still) like it. Maybe look at one in person, or better yet order one and play it.
Again, if you don't like it, that's cool - different strokes, etc - but remember that a team of humans came together to produce this creative endeavor. Would you like your creative work being called garbage? There are different ways to express your distaste.