ざきワナ

Creator: chip

Average Rating
6.5 / 10
Average Difficulty
60.0 / 100
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Adventure (1) Trap (1) Boss (1)

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1 Review:

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This is the most bizarre fangame I've played to date. It opens with a short avoidance that you must pass in order to select a difficulty that isn't Impossible, followed by some very precise jumps, before finally starting in on the actual game.

There seems to be some sort of plot to the game, but unless you know Japanese, you'll be lost like I was. Either way, whatever was set up in the beginning seems to go out the window immediately and never returns, and you're thrown into adventure style gameplay filled with traps. If you've played "I wannyaaaaaaaaaa", which I'd recommend before trying this, the traps are similar in their comedic nature and are usually well done.

A few segments of the game require input of specific Japanese words or reading Japanese to select a correct answer which, while it's used in creative ways, makes the game confusing and difficult to recommend to anyone who can't read the language.

After completing all of the main stages and entering a new location that showed up on the overworld map, appearing to be a final stage, it brought up a screen with some Japanese text. From what I could tell from loose translations, it's giving you information on how to access the next part of the game, but I can't understand enough to actually use it.

The game is filled with bs, and there are areas where RNG can screw you badly, but it's certainly a unique experience. The platforming is pretty well designed, and the bosses are interesting, challenging, and memorable. Hard to recommend it, but if anything in this review sounded appealing to you, give it a shot.

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Tagged as: Adventure Trap Boss
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Rating: 6.5 65       Difficulty: 60 60
Aug 7, 2018