I wanna be the Color
Interesting little game. Cute visuals, and a not-so-bad level design (Quite repetitive at some points, but not bad). The death sound is a bit less annoying than the standart one, and the bosses are interesting. It'd be really great...If the secrets just didn't exist.
Each of the first three stages have a secret, and all of them are just ridiculous on their own way. Stage 1 and Stage 2's secrets are unreasonably hard compared to everything else in the game up to this point. And they're exactly as repetitive as everything else in the game, which makes things even worse. Stage 3's secret isn't even that hard, but finding it is just stupid.
Your reward for getting these secrets is unlocking the last stage, a black-and-white needle stage with a fair share of traps and triggers. There's no music, and the level design is just...Well, it hardly gets better than corners and gate corners scattered everywhere. With traps. This stage is far longer than the other stages in the game, and there are three bosses, instead of just one. Two of them are just buffed versions of bosses you've already fought, but they're buffed to absurd levels. The last one is a simplistic avoidance with few attacks and tons of RNG, but it's still the most fair boss in the stage.
It's one of those fangames ruined by its extra content. If you're playing it just for fun, I highly recommend ignoring the secrets and stopping after beating Stage 3.