I wanna be the ArioTrap 2

Creator: Ario147

Average Rating
6.9 / 10
Average Difficulty
71.9 / 100
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Needle (3) Avoidance (1) NoBoss (1)


  • by Ario147
  • by Ario147
  • by Ario147
  • by Ario147
  • by Ario147

13 Reviews:

A very fun needle game. The production value and level design have improved greatly compared to the first ArioTrap (which was already a good game). Nice tilesets, great music, the death sound was removed for anyone who cares about that, and lots of tight, creative jumps.

Stage One is the best part of the game, with an interesting level design and jumps that look really intimidating without being that hard. Stage Two has more traditional jumps, but they're placed in original ways. Stage Three is a large increase in difficulty, and has some unforgiving water segments. Stage Four is where I have a few issues with design. Most saves are really well made (the second save was my favorite one in the whole game), but the second save of the second screen has one of the worst platform placements I have ever seen. The last save is tedious and boring, and the spikes in this stage have a huge glow around them that makes some of the tighter jumps hard to see.

It's a lot harder than the first, and despite a few flaws in Stage Four, I'd recommend it to anyone who likes challenging needle.

Edit: New version polished out these issues. :)

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Rating: 9.0 90       Difficulty: 75 75
Oct 4, 2015
Definitely one of the harder needle games I have played, maybe being harder than Needle Satan. Its design is pretty damn neat. Anyways, to the review.

Stage 1 is some pretty fixated platforming which has an overall nice balance of difficulty. None of the saves are that much harder to do than any other. It's also reasonably fun and looks very clean. Stage 2 is kind of an upgrade to the difficulty, but it's about as possible for someone who has the skill level to beat the first one. Not to mention that the graphics and music are also very comforting. Stage 3 boosts the difficulty quite a bit, now involving saves made of legitimate hard jumps. There's also a water save which can get you stuck for a while. The graphics are less interesting, and the needle design definitely becomes more compact.

Finally, the fourth stage is easily the hardest. It's got saves with minimal gimmicks, but the jumps involved are precise enough to make the saves just that much harder. There's lots of places to choke, but if you can pull it off, it's very fun. The last save is my only quarrel, but who knows, it might have been in an earlier version. The last save isn't all that well designed. Other than that, Ariotrap 2 is a fun game to play. I would recommend it to players who think they are capable of taking on hard needle games.

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Rating: 7.0 70       Difficulty: 78 78
Oct 7, 2015
It succeeded my expectations, this is a very well made needle game with great visuals, it's a lot better than the first one (which, I didn't like tbh) but it's also much more difficult. Would recommend.
EDIT: holy god, his game gets really spicy near the end, that's pretty hard.

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Rating: 7.8 78       Difficulty: 82 82
Oct 7, 2015
Decent needle on the harder side of things. Uses a lot of named jumps in tight configurations, but the save placement is frequent enough that it never really feels like a drag to play. There's nothing too interesting going on, but for a relatively old needle game it holds up pretty well.

Stages 3 and 4 have some fairly difficult jump sequences and might prove very challenging if you're not used to "pure" needle like this, so a 70+ difficulty rating feels appropriate.

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Rating: 7.0 70       Difficulty: 70 70
Sep 29, 2020
Avoidance tag based on the older versions of the game.

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Jul 2, 2020