I wanna Outbreak

Creator: lily

Average Rating
8.7 / 10
Average Difficulty
47.9 / 100
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Outbreak is a relatively short (about 3 stages) adventure game with a heavy emphasis on traps. Each stage brings something a bit different in regards to theme and visuals and it flows overall quite nicely, making for a fun little expedition for those who don't mind getting ruse cruised every save.

The traps in general are quite creative and aren't just your standard 100 speed flying spike traps. On multiple occasions I was feeling certain I knew what was coming or that I'd outplayed the trap, only for that to do a 180 moments later. The second stage in particular had some of my favourites, with some funny interactions with the trap design in combination with a fairly fun laser gimmick.

I did find stage 3 to get a little tedious in regards to the length and various saves feeling like a bit of a slog to get through, although the repetitive 4-note melody used in the stage music didn't really help my enjoyment. Also if you play using a larger window, the camera will break for you in stage 3 meaning you can't really see what's coming up on the screen, forcing you to go back to normal resolution or make the game awkwardly harder for yourself, unfortunately.

The game also features a couple of bosses, each being fun and not overly challenging. The finale in particular is quite visually impressive and all of the attacks are telegraphed really well, making it flow nicely and not feel cheap or instagibby at any time. I would've liked to have seen a boss for the second stage but it's a minor complaint.

Lily makes fun trap design and memorable bosses, so the two go hand-in-hand to make a pretty memorable short'ish adventure game. Well worth a try if that sounds like your thing!

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Rating: 8.4 84       Difficulty: 50 50
Feb 17, 2019
Very good game , very more trap fun but don't play stage 3 when you use fullscreen , it has error and you can play when you close and reopen this game and don't use fullscreen
Download ( reuploaded by creator ) : It private again

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Rating: 9.5 95       Difficulty: 50 50
Jan 7, 2019
Very well-made trap game consisting of 3 stages. We begin by talking about the visuals because these are a great selling point. Lily always makes great-looking games, but Outbreak feels like a step above the others. The last boss, in particular, is very, VERY impressive in the visual department. And the gameplay matches the visuals, too. The traps are amusing AND add to the platforming at the same time, which is always a great sign. The traps in stage 2, in particular, are filled with personality, and I really appreciated them.
Another high point of the game are the bosses. Stage 2 doesn't have a boss, which is a shame, but the other bosses are really interesting. The first boss looks mundane at first glance, but gets increasingly more interesting as the fight goes on. The last boss, on the other hand, looks amazing from the start. It's a pattern boss - which we don't see a lot of anymore -, with a great variety of grandiose attacks and a very intense end. Both bosses are also very well balanced in terms of RNG, so they're just great all around. All that's missing is some nice lore.
A few issues include stage 3 being a little too long, the traps involving solid blocks being a little inconsistent (in some traps the blocks kill you and in some they don't, it's weird), and maaybe the last boss' shield phase projectiles somehow remain instantiated if you die to them, because I died in that phase once and the game immediately started lagging - but I didn't test enough times to be sure, so take this with a grain of salt.
It's a pretty good trap game overall. Would definitely recommend.

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Rating: 8.2 82       Difficulty: 52 52
Oct 22, 2021
Really great trapventure game that mixes classic styles with modern production to great effect.

Outside of the nearly obligatory guy rock tile first stage, the other stages look great and production value is very good throughout.

This is a trap game first, of course, and expect to get screwed in an endless number of ways as they're fast and frequent but the ways and objects that screw you are wide in variety and well executed.

Definitely recommended for those looking for a pretty reasonable trap adventure game. Its pretty accessible to newcomers as the bosses are (mostly) very fair and after learning the traps, the execution is generally quite reasonable.

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Rating: 9.2 92       Difficulty: 40 40
Dec 12, 2019
With a fun, creative and visually compelling adventure, lilly proves to be a solid fangame maker of the genre.

It is trap oriented, which isn't really my kind of thing, and there are traps at the end of the saves, but this is a modern classic (like Bigger P****, but in a different fashion) because of how unpredictable it is. The first stage is mandatorily generic, but the traps and platforming aren't, so it is a proper introduction to an adventure that stores many surprises. Also as in a sense of tradition, the first boss is generic stuff, but reinvented and with a funny trap. We then proceed to a second stage with bad lighting and somewhat monotonous and monochromatic; very ironically for me, what makes up for it are the trap, making the stage inventive and interesting, so it is balanced out. The backtrack section in this stage has nothing special going on, but it demands strategy and timing from the player, so it's ok.

The third stage is a very slight visual challenge due to the colors of the background and the grid blocking your view between the obstacles and the Kid, but the traps here are particularly inventive, moving whole fractions of the map. The song is a banger and it is never too hard or unfair.

The game saves the best for last with an outstanding final boss that has an epic feeling to it, can be easily red and still poses a fair and very entertaining challenge. The way lily plans the final attacks on the final bosses always feels epic and highly rewarding.

Overall, the difficulty curve is rather a flat line since it maintains a constant difficulty throughout, and unfortunately feels very short for its scope, but hey, why oversaturate a game with content that isn't inspired any longer? Quality before quantity. I wouldn't doubt lily's abilities to conceive a longer story but that probably happens every now and then.

For seekers that combine the good parts of the old and the new, play this one. You won't regret it.

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Rating: 6.3 63       Difficulty: 50 50
Sep 13, 2021