Interesting adventure game. 4 makers, 4 stages + 1 intro stage, each stage with a boss. The stages vary a lot according to the maker. The first stage (Not including the intro stage) is quite interesting, with cute visuals and some interesting things along the way, but one of the saves goes way too overboard with the difficulty. Then the stage returns to the normal difficulty. It's weird. The boss is a bit tedious, but nothing too bad. The second stage is Mario themed, it's really fun and has some interesting traps. The boss is a heavily nerfed version of Crimson with 3 bosses and infinite jumping, and with bacteria instead of demons, and...Well, it's quite different, but it's clearly inspired on Crimson. It's enjoyable, although the end of the fight may glitch for some, sending you to where you shouldn't at the end of the fight, and having you land on a spike instead of the beginning of the stage. The two last stages are themed on the original Guy. The third stage is a bit tedious, without many interesting things, but there's still a nice trap here and there. I also like how this stage teaches you about the best ways to locate invisible blocks, for those who have trouble with them. The fourth stage is a bit more interesting, with more dynamic traps and some interesting stuff (Loved the part where you get out of the castle for a few screens). The boss reminds me of the first, though. More fast-paced, but still tedious. The difficulty curves nicely for the most part, with a few heavy flaws here and there.
Overall, it's a nice fangame. There's nothing here that makes this game a must-play, but it's enjoyable, and a good way to spend time for the most part. Would recommend.
Rating: 6.0 60
Difficulty: 35 35
Jun 12, 2015