I agree with all your points. Most of the awkward choices of words comes mainly from space shortage but all opinions on words and phrasings are welcome.
"Set" is meant to be short for setting, but yes it should say speed but I need to do some major rearranging (which tbh is giving me more problems than anticipated) to get it to fit. I picked "Dim" because (beside being a nice short word) is a common setting on tvs, cell/smartphones these days most people would be familiar with whereas filter is more ambigous.
Ideally I'd want "win goal" to say "points to win" but even with rearanging it would be hard to make it look good without a total redesign of the screen wich seems abit excessive. Idk "goal" is short and sweet but maybe "limit" or even just "points" would be better?
"Push start to go" is definetly a non-keeper, ideally I'd want it to be "push start to begin" but maybe just "push start" would do.
Rampart is an old arcade classic made by Atari and ported to most systems at the time. Puzzle and
Strategy is exactly what it is!
It's like a mix of Tetris and Missile command. The japaneese NES version was made by Konami in ´91 and (unlike the EU/US version) not just a straight arcade port but has all sorts of added cool stuff like campaigns with different themes and as always with Konami, sound and graphics are great.