I wanna go the Parallel World(共同開発)
And then, there's the second half of the game. They're not terribly bad stages, but...I feel like they could be so much better...First off, we have the I Wannas' World, which references to famous fangames: GB, Fangame and Lovetrap, with short mentions to Rukimin and, according to the credits, Galaxy. The GB area is good. Funny trolls, and interesting use of GB's gimmicks. Some traps are annoyingly precise, but other than that, it's a nice stage. Fangame, however, is just not alright. Timing the earthquake gimmick is boring, and missing it is frustrating, and the water's physics are the weirdest I've seen in a while, and they are weird in a bad way: Controlling the kid in the water is extremely annoying. Lovetrap's stage has many tedious screens, with repetitive jumps and stuff like that (The underground screen is probably the worst on that matter). The next world is Dark Souls' World, which is way too short, although some concepts are interesting. The stage doesn't look nearly as good as the other stages, and while some references were actually good, the gameplay was quite tedious for the most part. Finally, we have Final Fantasy IX. My main issue with this stage is right at the beginning: One of the most boring 'avoidances' I've ever seen (Long delay before it begins, almost no interval time between the attacks, lenghty for no reason and the attacks themselves are quite meh). Other than that, liked the traps and the other kids unlocking paths for you. I never played Final Fantasy, so I can't say much about the references.
Another big complaint I have about the game regards the game as a whole. Most stages are good by themselves, but when you put them together in a game, they just don't really work. Minecraft's boss is too hard to be a first boss, as I already mentioned, Final Fantasy's World doesn't have anything that really makes it seem like the last stage of the game. Most traps in the game are good, but after a while it gets really repetitive. Other than Minecraft's traps (Trolls in the best possible places, many being really surprising and funny) and Pokemon's traps (Always as weird as it's possible to be, far more surprising than average traps), the traps are pretty much the same: Surprising and stuff, sure, but...There's just nothing new about them.
I don't have too much to say about the boss. It's alright, I guess?
Overall, it's a game with lots of great concepts, including the game's concept itself, but I feel like it could be so much better if the makers were to look the game as a whole, instead of looking at the stages individually. Would still recommend. If anything, the first stage is really amazing.
The general concept of the game is The Kid travelling through the original game, only to have the colour drained as he progresses. To restore the colour to the world, he enters portraits which take him to different worlds, each with their own hooks and gimmicks. This was a very interesting way to progress, and I looked forward to finding out where I'd be headed next. The drawback of the game for me was the inconsistency. It started off really strong with genuinely funny traps and neat mechanics which made the first few worlds really enjoyable.
Then it started to get a little tedious, where some worlds had rooms that just weren't fun, or traps that got a lot less original. For example there is a Fangame Medley world which I felt was the weak link overall, where only a couple of screens were really fun and it felt a lot longer than it should've been. The Final Fantasy IX world was a very fun world but this is coming from someone who holds the original as one of their all time favourite games, so I'm somewhat biased to enjoying the references and design here. Other worlds each had their strong and weak points, but most of the time the good outweighed the bad.
Despite the mixed bag, it was still enjoyable on a whole. The final boss was also very fun to learn and get through, being a solid challenge and one of the high points of the game. Would recommend to anyone looking for a fun adventure game!