nickkname, I think you've missed my point. The game presentation is not there at all, I wouldn't pay 0,99$ (or even 0,10$) for this game, specially when there are so many high quality products out there for better prices. Plus, you're not giving the users anything to get them hyped about the game. We don't even know what the gameplay is like. A video would help, for example.
Also, when I mean quality wise, I mean pretty much everything. The sprites look unpolished, the presentation is equivalent to a project I could make in 5 minutes, no offense.
In complete honesty, the whole project looks unappealing and I wouldn't be selling it, nor would I be putting it online. This looks more than incomplete and I'm pretty sure you could do better. In short, this needs a lot of work.
Again, not looking to put you down through my post but just to give you some motivation to keep working hard and improving. I'm also a beginner and I'm learning too, so take my opinion with a grain of salt, but always know that I'm being sincere and well intentioned.
How can the game look more complete? I don't have video capture to make a video, and the game is just a short one-level game and it is complete, by the way. Also, I've unpublished the game because I'll be putting the game on my site later for the Google Play reasons I already cited.
And how can I get an artist who's willing to make me better art for money without getting distracted by his/her other art projects? Every artist I've contacted has either left me high and dry or didn't finish his/her work. If my art is bad but I can't find an artist, than I guess my games will just have bad art.
I've already seen the Juice It Or Lose It video and I don't agree with its message. Graphics =/= good gameplay. That's why old games are just as fun to play as newer games like Red Dead Redemption and Super Smash Bros.: they got good gameplay, even if not all of their graphics are appealing.