For: I wanna eat the Rori Girl
For: I wanna be the whoknows
For: I wanna be the Kaenbyou
I highly recommend this before trying needle games above 30 stars of difficulty.
+ Good beginner needle (hard to find)
+ Creative pathing through screens
+ Peaceful visuals
- Packaged as three separate games
- Same music for all three games
For: I wanna break the Needle Game 7
Soul-crushingly long generic needle thing. There isn't even anything particularly terrible about its design, but its repetitiveness makes it much more unbearable than any of its prequels. I lost count of how many times I saw the same jumps, or even the same save layouts being repeated throughout the 20+ screens this game consists of. It's sickening. Some saves are quite grindy, as well, which, in a boring game where there's no sense of progression such as this one, is a true nightmare. There are also some flying spike traps, and basic gimmicks like water, vine jumps, triggers and gravity inversion, as well as some moving spikes, but don't you worry, they all become repetitive after a few screens as well. Nice visuals, nice musics, but the maker had the brilliant idea of using a death sound this time (Which happens to be the loud, generic death sound that almost everybody uses for needle).
It's just a terrible, exhausting experience from the beginning to the end. Highly not recommended.
For: I wanna be the Sunflower Fairy Kid mode
For: I wanna Rain
For: I wanna recover the existance
For: I wanna see the Scattered Candlelight