I Wanna Be the Fortress Returns
Sloppy level design, generic traps and four stages using the same tilesets, three of them being visually the same. And among the other three stages, two just recolored the tilesets. There's a limit for how much of the same can you repeat.
The secrets are a bit better, going one step further than just fake blocks in a random place (Two of them are exactly that, but it's just two of them), but two of them are particularly annoying to find (Never put a secret path at one screen, and the trigger to unlock the path at another screen. Please). Also, they're still flawed gameplay-wise (They can be boring, or the save placement can be unfair, or both at the same time).
The best part of the game (Which isn't saying much) are the bosses. These are actually good, and give some action to the game. Even so, the last boss has way too much HP, mainly since there are two of them. Or, actually, the best part of the game is the ending. No, it's not because the game is so bad that you keep hoping for it to end (Well, it's a reason, but not the only reason). The music for the credits is nice, and there are some nice effects around. It feels like a Miru Wanna avoidance.
Even so, you must go through the platforming before you get to these good parts. And that's...Not a very pleasant task. Wouldn't recommend.
Neddle fangame with generic traps. Contain 4 stages. If you wanna complete this game on 100%, you have to find four secrets. Secrets are better than the original game.
The tilesets are not really good, it's mostly the same old tilesets you usually see.
The difficulty curve is pretty out of place, as the final boss, compared to the rest of the game is sorta tough and pretty tedious because of its RNG, but it's fine.
On every stage, you can get secret items, which are... decently hidden.
After you get all of them, you get a final stage, which uses the same overused megaman tileset, with a few hard jumps.
True Final Boss was the most enjoyable part of the game, it was fun, and it was decent in terms of difficulty.
Would recommend only because of bosses and because it's on K2 Savage Mountain Challenge.