The needling is great, which warrants my 7... but the rest not so much. The music for the bosses is so bad i just play my own music. Most of the screens could use a lot more on it. Other than that, i really enjoyed the game.
First game of Nogards and in all honestly, some thing could of been done better, the actual jumps and needle is fine, but the atmosphere of the rooms feel empty, like there is no clear theme or sense of what is going on. Also a side note that might only apply to me but those pulsing orb things are one of the worst gimmicks I have even played, solely for the fact that even when the pulse has stopped, there is period where it still kills you. The bosses were very unusual with the use of heads, the attacks for each of these bosses were nothing special but they were fun enough that they never got boring.
Apart from this, it is a good first fangame and definitely worth a play.
I thoroughly enjoyed my play through of this game. It was my 2nd fangame I've ever cleared and as such I'd consider myself completely new to fangaming in general.
I loved the artstyle, the references and the difficulty was suiting for me as a new player.
I cleared it in 2 hours 50 minutes with roughly 1750 deaths. It was a challenge for me and it taught me how to do new mechanics that I hadn't previously seen before.
In terms of difficulty I'd definitely recommend this game for new players such as myself. It'll teach you a lot of mechanics which are found in other fangames and it'll surely provide a decent challenge leading to a rewarding clear.
Not a bad little game geared towards newer and less experienced players. It's starcraft themed with some weird bosses. There's a few gimmicks thrown in to add a little variety and the production is passable.