I wanna have some Rest

Creator: Shinobu

Average Rating
4.8 / 10
Average Difficulty
69.8 / 100
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Needle (4) 1-Frame (1)

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  • by Noa

Creator's Comments:

Shinobu [Creator]
This is my second fangame.
Consist of 4 stages, and trash needle screens.
Don't play it unless you near to dying because of boredom.
My rating is 3 because I only liked the musics.

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Tagged as: Needle
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Rating: 3.0 30       Difficulty: 70 70
Dec 25, 2015

4 Reviews:

Noa
Four stages needle game.
The latter half stage is hard, but this game in some interesting jumps.
Required dot adjustment (and 1-frame jump).

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Tagged as: Needle
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Rating: 4.5 45       Difficulty: 67 67
Feb 22, 2017
BloggerOP
This is a needle game of which difficulty rises from around 25 to 60. This had some potential to be good but many saves in the later stages ruined it. First two stages had some chill and fun gameplay, whereas last two stages had many precise annoying jumps. This really was a mixed bag. Musics are good, but I couldn't rest because the game was hard :( This doesn't require 1-frame.

Stage 1 : Not too hard, some later jumps can be precise, but still a chill one.

Stage 2 : talesweaver music yesssssssssssssss There are two bad screen transitions here, other than that, vine themed gameplay was solid, jumps were unique. But two or three full-jumpy saves at the end were stupidly precise. Overall, I think this stage is good.

Stage 3 : The game gets really hard all of a sudden, jumps become more and more precise as the game goes. Needle here can be annoying like the final save which had three really precise hard jumps. man the music tho

Stage 4 : Half of the saves were what I didn't really enjoy. Also the difficulty curve is a little bit mess. The visual and music was good though.

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Tagged as: Needle
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Rating: 5.5 55       Difficulty: 67 67
Oct 13, 2020
DestructorTheDestroyer
Tagged as: Needle 1-Frame
[1] Like
Rating: 6.0 60       Difficulty: 75 75
May 29, 2017