I wanna be the Nuclear Fusion

Creator: Renko

Average Rating
4.7 / 10
Average Difficulty
71.7 / 100
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Needle (11) One_jump (1) Visual_Challenge (1)


  • by MikuStar263
  • by Renko97
  • by Noa
  • by MikuStar263

19 Reviews:

Sorry for creating this.

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Tagged as: Needle
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Rating: N/A       Difficulty: 85 85
Oct 8, 2023
good one! It was my 420th clear. I've played it five times by now.

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Tagged as: One_jump
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Rating: 7.5 75       Difficulty: 70 70
Nov 12, 2019
IMPORTANT EDIT:This might only be one of the versions. I downloaded the game on September 26, so if it had updated at some point I had an updated version. Also, if it updated afterwards this may no longer be relevant. Give it a go anyways I guess.
I haven't cleared yet, but this game still has dev tools for moving forward and backward rooms still in. M and N are the keys. This also means you probably can't irrecoverably softlock, so save jump with impunity.

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Sep 26, 2016
As far as needle games go, this is one of the hardest ones I have played in a long while. It follows the pattern of 1 save rooms and they are usually quite small with a few exceptions. The needle itself varies from fun but hard, to annoying and not fun at all. The difficulty curve is also weird and you will first try some saves and have to farm others depending on your skill level. The aesthetic of the game are also very red so it can be an eyesour to some people for sure. If you want to try a difficult needle game with 1 save per room, then definitely give this a shot because it is better than I expected it to be.

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Tagged as: Needle
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Rating: 5.0 50       Difficulty: 75 75
Sep 25, 2016
Decent game.


I'm conflicted about this game. On one hand, the "one room, one jump" theme is one I've come to love in fangames; as they always say, simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. However, the needle itself is anything but sophisticated. In fact, most of the platforming was either extremely vanilla or ripped from another game (looking at you, hades screens). I enjoyed playing through this, but the overly vanilla style and varying precision and difficulty were a bit too much for me to excuse. Nonetheless, IWBT Nuclear Fusion is a decent needle game that tests everything from your low input consistency to you ability to move in between spikes. It might not be a masterpiece, but I wouldn't of played it if I wasn't interested in something within the game. In terms of the actual platforming, the needle progressively becomes harder as you pass more screens, testing the player with more and more precision. Specifically, you go from gates, diagonals, and single spike jumps to corners, upward and downward planes, hyper-precise drops, and double/triple diamonds. Overall, it's quite the challenge. If you cannot naturally one frame in any circumstance (regular, in water) and cannot cancel, I wouldn't recommend this game. If you're determined to get past the monotonous visuals, can naturally 1 frame or cancel, and don't mind a few cancer saves, I'd put this behind some games and tell you to play it. Once again, this isn't a masterpiece and it is definitely not a must-play, but if you are willing to try it and believe you can beat it, give it a shot. The vanilla atmosphere might be a bit boring and the length might lull you to sleep, but the challenge is definitely there.




Good music. Terrible visuals.

Side note: I'm not sure if it was just me, but it felt like this Nuclear Fusion remix was speaking to me. It felt as if I was hearing voices while playing; it was pretty unsettling.

Overall, decent. Wouldn't recommend unless you can beat all of the jumps listed above and don't mind the length and somewhat boring atmosphere. In any circumstance, I wouldn't recommend; there's plenty of better one room games and plenty of better needle in general. I enjoyed it, but I know that's not what everyone will/does think.

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Tagged as: Needle
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Rating: 6.0 60       Difficulty: 78 78
Jun 11, 2017