I wanna be the Micromedley
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I Wanna Be The Micromedley is a WarioWare inspired half adventure half medley game! It was my first major project and took about 6-7 months to complete. Each of the seven stages is themed differently, from gimmicks, to needle, to bosses. Give it a try, and let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs.
Overall, I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to get into fangames and have completed a couple, and even those who are very experienced, it's a very fun and original game, which is a nice breath of fresh air.
also, the fucking undertale memefight is 10/10
The challenges individually aren't that difficult. Most of them are fairly beginner-friendly, and none of them requires any overly precise maneuver. The entire difficulty comes from getting consistent at finishing them within a time limit. However, since the challenges aren't too difficult to beat, getting consistent at them ends up being lots of fun. Each challenge looks carefully designed to be entertaining on its own, regardless of whether it's a platforming segment or a boss. The medley picks are spot-on, being as entertaining as the original sections. The last boss deviates a bit from the rest of the game, being a cool, but difficult-ish avoidance with some really nice special effects. I like it as well, it's just different from the rest of the game.
The visuals are beautiful, and I have to mention that this game apparently is greatly optimized. Having played bosses similar to the last boss, I was expecting lots of lag due to the huge amounts of particles and special effects, but the game ran smoothly even when I played it full-screen. I don't consider lag as a negative point in my reviews, since it's my fault for having a bad computer anyway, but I certainly appreciate a lot when a fangame has some sort of optimization technique. The music choices are amazing, and the death sound fits well with the mini-game nature of the game.
It's an incredibly well-made fangame with a mini-game feel to it. Highly recommended.