I had high hopes for this one. It started so well...The troll stage at the beginning was really funny, and the fake end screen didn't take too long to disappear, so I don't think that many people will be fooled by that. After the fake end screen, you can choose between two stages, and once you beat both of them, you clear the game. Each stage has an avoidance boss at the end. I started with the purple stage, and it was great. Funny trolls everywhere, good level design, the trollskull was a bit overused, but other than that, the stage was really great. I also enjoyed the avoidance, even if I had to clear it three times due to a cheap glitch. It's well-made, good visuals, interesting attacks, quite challenging...I like it.
And with that, I saw the best of the game. Red Stage is a disaster. A disaster with some enjoyable stuff, but still a disaster. It's the gimmick stage, featuring lots of old gimmicks. One of the screens is the classic troll moving platform, which is some sort of improvement to the disappearing blocks. But the platform starts moving so slowly that I felt like I was playing Dallas again. And since it's a troll moving platform, I died a lot, so I had to do it AGAIN. Lots of times. The mirror gimmick (Blocks at one side and spikes at the other side) is usually fun to use, but...Not when you make the mirror diagonal (Trying to figure out the spike placement in this thing is hell), and definitely not when you try to mix them with tricky jumps involving spikes that change positions as you jump. The other two rooms weren't bad, though. The avoidance, though...I'd rather forget that it exists. It's good-looking, the music is nice, and the attacks are creative...But terrible to avoid. Heavy patterns from the beginning to the end, weird attacks that will take more than just a few deaths until you can figure them completely. There's a bit of RNG, but it's mostly just about deaths and learning, and repeating everything over and over again. Boooring.
It's one of those fangames that I'd only recommend playing halfway through. Maybe there's a chance that you might like the Red Stage, but I don't recommend trying it out. Would recommend checking out the purple path, though.