I wanna be the Kataribe

Creators: , とりぽて

Average Rating
7.8 / 10
Average Difficulty
34.2 / 100
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21 Reviews:

Stinkycheeseone890
This game is a great adventure game with often funny traps that are rarely annoying or just there to be there. I recommend this game to literally anyone

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Tagged as: Adventure Trap Japanese_Storyteller
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Rating: 9.0 90       Difficulty: 40 40
Oct 30, 2019
YaBoiMarcAntony
This is a surprisingly great game that has the feel of being much older than it is, seeming like a very classic polished fangame when it's actually straight from 2016.

The game takes inspiration from Megaman, featuring a similar set-up as the Megaman games. As would make sense, the bosses are therefore the highlights of the game, all being rather interesting and enjoyable to fight. The stages themselves are all rather easy and mostly pretty fun, but a bit long. There are also many traps, this being the only sore on the games otherwise-clean skin. Though they can be funny or neat at times. the traps more often than not waste time than make your time more enjoyable. I also took issue with the cubes in the last stage, particularly the exploding ones as they were most often used in a way that made you wait for them instead of anything really interesting.

Otherwise, this is an easily recommendable adventure game in the vein of the older classics.

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Tagged as: Adventure Trap
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Rating: 7.5 75       Difficulty: 40 40
Oct 4, 2020
Wolfiexe
Kataribe is a nice little adventure game where you get to play as some peculiar little marshmallow-like character, as you venture throughout a variety of relatively short stages and boss fights. Whilst the game has a good amount of stages, none of them overstay their welcome and the bosses don't get too complicated or overly tanky, so the game doesn't end up too lengthy either.

Every stage focuses on a similar style of platforming, this being just standard easy'ish needle with some moving hazards along the way and a sprinkling of traps. There's good variance between stages so that they don't all just feel the same, but don't expect too much to change gimmick-wise. The bosses have some pretty cool visual effects going on despite their simplicity, and the attacks are for the most part all fun to dodge and play around, making for a nice round-off to each stage.

I did find a good deal of the platforming to be kind of forgettable, but that's not to say it was bad necessarily. Moreso, the bosses felt like the main attraction for me, and the platforming was often just a pleasant walk with some traps causing a bump along the way. A fun game overall though, and a good pick for an easier oldschool-y adventure.

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Tagged as: Adventure Trap Boss
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Rating: 7.8 78       Difficulty: 40 40
Aug 30, 2019
Jeff
fun old school adventure

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Rating: 7.8 78       Difficulty: 40 40
Sep 7, 2022
CanusAntonius
A really good adventure game that sticks to a Megaman-style stage select system. You get to pick whichever of the set you want to do in any order you want, after beating all of them a final stage shall open up. Within each world there is a different theme, a pretty cool boss, different shootable enemies, and usually a few traps.

There's a lot of stuff to like, the bosses themselves are pretty interesting and even their simple attacks have decently cool visuals, such as spiraling cherry lasers. It's clear that despite the feel, this is a somewhat modern fangame. I do however think the final stage was a bit of a letdown, the gimmick is sort of tedious.

Would recommend it for sure.

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Tagged as: Adventure Boss
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Rating: 7.8 78       Difficulty: 40 40
Mar 24, 2022