I wanna be the happy birthday azu

Creator: マリオ。

Average Rating
4.3 / 10
Average Difficulty
26.5 / 100
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Trap (1) Short (2)

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  • by Xplayerlol
  • by GaspacoZanis
  • by Xplayerlol

2 Reviews:

Xplayerlol
Very short fangame consisting of two stages. First stage is a single Pokemon-themed screen, featuring a horrid sprite-hitbox relationship (Sprites that have nothing to do with their hitbox), player killers that don't look like player killers at all, and objects with no hitbox (I particularly find amusing how only one of the televisions has a hitbox), which makes it an absolute mess (Thankfully, it's just one screen). The second stage is simple black-and-white platforming, but with cherries coming out of the middle of the screen while the Nyan Cat song plays on the background. Features a bit of save jumping near the end of the game. It's not bad, just nothing special.
Basically, it's half terrible, half ok, which would earn it a lower rating if both parts weren't so short (Allowing the first part to be more stomachable). That being said, there's still nothing worth playing for in it. Wouldn't recommend.

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Rating: 4.0 40       Difficulty: 28 28
Aug 5, 2017
GaspacoZanis
My first cleared game from these series. Very short, but mostly annoying game. Game has 2 different areas (each area has 2 screens or screen sides). First stage had nice pokemon design, but full of fake blocks and traps. Second stage is basically needle, but you need to avoid randomly thrown delicious-fruits, until last saves are just annoying, where you need to save in air and need to respawn correctly, to have bigger jump at the beginning to get to latform, and then is more, but easier save-jumping(or how it is called?), but if you mistake, then you need to do previous savejumpings again... And in the end is screen with happy birthday azu. Nothing too special, so I wouldn't recommend.

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Rating: 4.5 45       Difficulty: 25 25
Jul 10, 2017