I wanna be the Diverse

Creator: ていく

Average Rating
7.6 / 10
Average Difficulty
51.5 / 100
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Adventure (10) Needle (3) Avoidance (1) Trap (7) Gimmick (5) Boss (6) Long (3) VVVVVV (1)

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27 Reviews:

Paragus
The start of the game looks like generic shit, but underneath the shitty entry area there is a great game. You have 2 paths to beat that can be done in any order. Each path contains a mini boss and a real boss. The real bosses in this game are amazing and some of my favorite bosses in any fangame to the point where they justify you playing it.

Once the 2 paths are beat, you get access to one of the most iconic VVVVVV stages in any fangame. It culminates in an epic multiphase boss fight against Vridian and Vermillion that you will never forget.

A final path opens up that has some fairly tricky platforming at times, and a lot of traps mixed in. At the end you are rewarded with 2 more boss fights, the final one again being very memorable.

This is one of the old iconic fangames that everyone should really play.

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Rating: 8.5 85       Difficulty: 50 50
Feb 20, 2015
ElCochran90
This game is on drugs and I'm thankful for it.

As the majority have said, it purposefully opens as generic copy-paste trash and, as you keep progressing with fear, you find out that a solid adventure game lies hidden beneath. The good platforming is definitely ruined by the unspeakably bad traps placed throughout, which harm the game a huge deal, being very hard to trigger once you spot them out and funny just 10% of the times.

However, at the middle and end of each stage, you find a mini-boss and a boss, respectively. Save for one mini-boss, all of them are creative bliss and pump you up, no questions asked. Once the game becomes linear, you stumble upon the greatest VVVVVV stage ever in a fangame (yes, this includes Marathon) and a Viridian/Vermillion fight which epicness will scar you for life. The quality of the fight almost reaches that of the Boshy fights (even if most of the sounds, attacks and ideas are taken, ironically, from the Council Member Boshy fight in Kill The Guy).

The game is particularly hard, certainly harder than what the average suggests, hands down. I wouldn't mind comparing it to the first HeavenTrap in terms of boss-suffering and trap torture. Nevertheless, the solid department is the development of the bosses, and the last stage brings along some unforgettable, trippy, suspenseful dimension-travelling that, heck, could be even subject to debate regarding its meaning! Yeah, I know; nobody looks for a plot in a fangame, but the trip was certainly acid and I freaking loved it. Remove the godawful traps and you would have something even greater.

For being an old-school classic, it surely served as a bridge between the old and the new in the fangame universe, and that is appreciated. Recommended.

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Tagged as: Adventure Needle Trap Gimmick Boss VVVVVV
[3] Likes
Rating: 6.2 62       Difficulty: 60 60
Dec 23, 2018
donovanchenu
[2] Likes
Rating: 8.5 85       Difficulty: 45 45
Dec 22, 2017
Notevenamatuer
Basically the same as Xplayer's review except I don't think any of the bosses are fun. They are lazy and go on for way too long. Least favorite Fangame I've ever cleared. I don't understand why so many people like this game. There's just so many garbage design choices with too many traps that add nothing and boring and frustrating bosses. I do have a personal bias against this game though because I don't understand why it's so iconic. Still, I'm in a minority and don't let my opinion stop you. Would personally not recommend.

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Tagged as: Adventure
[1] Like
Rating: 2.5 25       Difficulty: 50 50
Aug 27, 2017
P2shka
Beautiful game

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Tagged as: Adventure Gimmick Long
[1] Like
Rating: 8.7 87       Difficulty: 48 48
Feb 9, 2016