I wanna be the Orbit(共同開発)
Funny traps all around, very well-designed stages. Dagger managed to make a zoomed-in water stage that I actually like, and the horror stage uses a very interesting design (With an accordingly lower difficulty compared to the other stages). Tsuta kept the troll pits from Assaulted and added some funny traps around, making his stage a lot funnier than its counterpart in Assaulted. And the other water stage is cool as well, once you understand what do you need to do there.
One of the issues I have with this game regards the first linear stage, the one with moving platforms. These platforms are extremely glitchy and don't move like normal moving platforms for some reason. Depending on where are you stepping, they might push you back into a spike or not allow you to move unless you jump. It's some weird coding, and it's really annoying at some points.
The bosses, while nothing really impressive, are still fun. The Sunspike attack in the Touhou boss was quite unnecessary, though, it made the boss far harder than it should actually be. Too much grinding required, mainly in the last seconds. Good homing gimmick, though. The last avoidance is a lot more fair and enjoyable than Assaulted's avoidances, but at some points the cherries spawn way too close to you, making it harder to avoid than it should be.
It's a classic, and definitely worth playing if you are into trap fangames. Highly recommended.
There's an opener stage, a teleporter room to four unique stages, and then it's adventure style stage-by-stage leading up to the final boss. Each stage of the game has its own unique gimmick, like zoom-in or horror, and the bosses are very unique as well.
Music and design are good, and as to be expected, this game is utterly rife with trolls, consisting of many standbys like laser spikes and drop-kick Pikachu. Things get incredibly hard at the end, with one of the tougher Touhou-iteration bosses around.
And of course, it all ends on another fantastic avoidance fight hand-crafted by Tsuta, this time featuring Miku's "Silver Fluch/Fruit". Very pretty, but also quite the challenge. Overall, a game better suited to veterans of fangaming.