I wanna be the HeavenTrap2

Creator: かーにばる

Average Rating
7.3 / 10
Average Difficulty
48.7 / 100
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37 Reviews:

sonicdv
Amazing game. Loved every moment of it. A must play.

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[3] Likes
Rating: 10.0 100       Difficulty: 50 50
Oct 14, 2018
Epic_sax_cake
Old but gold

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Tagged as: Adventure
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Rating: 8.0 80       Difficulty: 45 45
Aug 2, 2017
CanusAntonius
Heaventrap 2 is a bonafide Adventure game by Carnival that acts as a sequel to the first game. Whereas in the previous one it was your job to defeat the rulers of Hell, it is now time to challenge the Heavens and bring God crashing down from the sky.

A big emphasis in this game comes from referencing dozens of other fangames, even including Fangame! itself. A lot of these references get made, such as Crimson or GB, and you can see that this really feels like Carnival's love letter to the community at the time. There are 3 main paths to take at the start, all of which end with a boss and then a short bit of platforming to return to the hub. Afterwards you then proceed through a straight path to the ending, which you'll first have to conquer a cherry boss and an avoidance to reach. The game concludes by having you battle an angel guarding the path to Heaven, and then of course with a final showdown against the great deity himself.

For the most part, I thought the game was pretty enjoyable, it has a lot of passion poured into it and some pretty enjoyable moments. I did take away a couple of issues from it, such as a Taiko stage segment which was the hardest of the main huh stages, a post-boss trap that was funny but also saddening, as well as a bit of disappointment in how homogenously boring the avoidance was. That last one in particular sort of struck me down since it also had randomized colors for cherries, which became a problem when it mixed bursts with bouncing and you can't tell them apart easily since they aren't color-coded. Besides these aspects I had a lot of fun, it's definitely one of Carnival's good games.

Would definitely recommend it if you like adventure games.

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Tagged as: Adventure Avoidance Trap Boss
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Rating: 7.0 70       Difficulty: 50 50
Sep 17, 2022
Xplayerlol
Medley-ish fangame, most of its stages seem to be inspired by other fangames (And by that I mean something close to Crimson Ripoff, same tilesets and backgrounds, and even the same gimmicks sometimes, but not the same screens. With few exceptions). The bosses seem to be original, though. The traps aren't anything great, but at least they're placed in a fair way, the game hardly goes overboard with them. The bosses are basically bullet hell stuff. All of them. Some have special traits, including Idolmaster, which is an avoidance, and God, a multi-phase bullet hell, but all of them are basically RNG and some aimed attacks. Visuals are good and the musics are nice. The chosen stages are nice, as well.
The difficulty curve is all over the place, and the music restarts, but the game itself isn't bad. Would recommend.

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Tagged as: Adventure Avoidance Trap Yayoi_Takatsuki
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Rating: 6.5 65       Difficulty: 48 48
May 21, 2015
Paragus
An adventure game with a few branching paths that lead to various stages. There's a fair amount of booby traps in this game so be ready. Most of the bosses aren't memorable, but that final boss is a lot harder than the rest of the game and probably the main thing people think about when they think of this game. It has a lot phases and there's a lot of barrage. Not the best game, but it's probably worth playing it once.

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Rating: 6.5 65       Difficulty: 55 55
Feb 13, 2015