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For: I wanna be the Metamorphosis(共同開発)
(I played this game in May 2016. It was slightly above my skill level at that time.)

I had an alright time with this game. I found the traps to mostly be a bunch of “gotcha” moments that you could avoid if you were checking everything for traps, but then you’d get reversed trapped sometimes instead. There were at least 5 traps per save, and you would die to most of them when you first see them. Some of them were witty or funny, like leading the player to troll themselves with a corner, but these felt few and far between.
Normally restarting music is ok, but to this extent it got old. I’d actually forgotten some stages had non-restarting until recently due to how much I heard some songs repeat.
The mechanics in the stages were cool, but were also overpowered by either the sheer volume of traps, or them being placed at the end of long segments.
I really enjoyed the bosses, the infamous lakitu one got a little tedious but was still mostly enjoyable.
I actually planned on taking a break from this game when I first played it and continuing another day as it was getting tiring, but I got quite a bit of “No! Keep playing!” in chat while I was streaming, so I thought I’d keep going as people watching were enjoying it a lot more than I was.

Then I savelocked from a warp bug 9 hours in.

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Rating: 6.5 65       Difficulty: 65 65
Jul 18, 2017
For: I wanna be the Crimson
I have beaten this game twice. Both times have ended, for different reasons, with me being unable to bring myself to care about anything, including even watching streams. The only thing I am able to do is lie down and wait for the next day to come.

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Rating: 5.5 55       Difficulty: 80 80
Jul 5, 2017
For: I wanna be Invincible
A masterpiece of so bad it's good.
Play it where others can watch.

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Rating: 7.0 70       Difficulty: 5 5
Mar 4, 2017
For: I wanna touch the Captain
The game starts with a platforming screen with invisible blocks in certain locations, as a reference to Leehe's Touch the Ripper. However, while the few fake warps I touched were funny, I mostly just wanted to do the avoidance and grew tired of this pretty fast and had to be told the answer was given in the readme for those who don't enjoy face checking every block for a warp.
As for the fight itself, on normal it's split into two parts, phases 1 and 2, and phases 3 and 4.
For part 1, the aesthetics of the fight were great the whole way through. They weren't the standard fruit/touhou bullets, and they all felt relevant to the parts of the song (in the first phase) and were pretty funny in their own right. All songs used are pretty good too.

The majority of the actual fight was pretty good too, the attacks were interesting enough to deal with except for two in particular.
The first one, right at the start with stars felt like it could be full of crap, choosing whether or not you got to begin the fight.
The second, which I admit may be an issue on my reading skill, was right at the end of phase 1, before the platform. The white stars were fine, however, the bullets that spawned had a variable value on speed/direction/curve angle. This meant that if you were unlucky enough, a lot of bullets would go in your direction, they would curve at a tight angle, and go surprisingly fast. This led to me personally feeling screwed over a ton by this attack. This phase felt similar to grinding good RNG in phase 2 of the final boss of Kamilia 2 by the end.
Second phase, with the platform, was fine. It's a choke-check, which I managed to mess up a few times, not helping with my views on the phase above.

Phase 3 is again mostly fine. Aesthetics are more like the standard colonel but now with a new song, the only attack I felt screwed over by was the 3rd/4th one, where a heart is formed out of small bullets, then these small bullets curve at you with the parts of the previous attack still on screen.
Again, this could also be an issue of my reading, but after what I dealt with above, I wasn't really in the mood.
Phase 4 is similar to Last TIS Phase 5, the "Captain" pictures come on screen and spawn RNG bullets to dodge for a short while. I enjoyed this phase too.

Overall however, the game didn't start on a high note with the platforming screen for me, and it didn't work it's way back with those two attacks in the first part being by far the majority of my deaths. By the time I reached Part 2 I just wanted it to be over.
While it is a decent game, and pretty funny, the RNG parts I have issue with are too much and make this not for me.

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Rating: 5.5 55       Difficulty: 65 65
Aug 30, 2016
For: I wanna be the Player Killer
An interesting game where fruit/spikes are your platforms and blocks/platforms will kill you.
The platforming itself is only a few screens long, with the last screen being a little tricky to get through as spikes are awkward to stand on.
The boss was decent although the last couple of attacks can be difficult to figure out a good strategy, and the gank right at the end was quite uncalled for.
Overall, mainly play this game if you're curious about it's gimmick.

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Rating: 4.5 45       Difficulty: 65 65
Jul 26, 2016
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