I wanna be the Jumble2


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7.6 / 10
Average Difficulty
43.1 / 100
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Adventure (6) Avoidance (4) Trap (6) Boss (3) NSFW (1)


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  • by arzztt
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12 Reviews:

Retro-Style fangame which made me nostalgic about why I love to play these kind of games

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Tagged as: Adventure Trap
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Rating: 10.0 100       Difficulty: 45 45
Aug 19, 2019
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Fun adventure and an improvement over its prequel. Its platforming consists mostly of traps, but it mixes generic and elaborate-ish traps in a way that actually makes them unpredictable and enjoyable to die to. It's not a Metamorphosis-tier trap game, but it's not the flying spike fiesta that the previous Jumble was. In exchange, however, there aren't as many gimmicks, which relays a good portion of the game's variety to its traps (Which isn't good, since even those end up getting a little repetitive after a while). Same as the first Jumble, the bosses are a little simplistic, but enjoyable (Though the avoidance might be a tad too easy, and MissingNo is absolute trash because of how much you might end up waiting until you can attack). Visuals are pretty nice, same goes for the musics, too bad that restarting musics are still a thing even in 2019.
It's an enjoyable retro style fangame, though not much more than that. Would recommend, maybe.

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Tagged as: Adventure Avoidance Trap NSFW
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Rating: 7.0 70       Difficulty: 44 44
Sep 16, 2019
A great retro trap fangame loaded with great references to old classic games, good music selection, and fair bosses. There is one avoidance mid-game but it's not too long and actually very fair with no instagibs.

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Tagged as: Adventure Avoidance Trap Boss
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Rating: 9.0 90       Difficulty: N/A
Sep 3, 2019
Heavy dose of traps and the majority of them were flying spikes and fake blocks. Not bad but also no flashing points.

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Rating: 5.0 50       Difficulty: 49 49
Oct 15, 2019
A retro style fangame that's pretty good. Spoliers ahead, so if you want to play it blind start now, otherwise...

You start off in your standard guy rock area, with two paths and you go from there. Each path has three stages to play through and you can't go back to the hub once you start a path (at least as far as I know). All the stages are rather short, always based around a random game ranging from Zelda 1 to Minecraft, and they all end with a relatively simple and easy boss fight.

It's a short game, only having about 8 stages, but all of them (besides the last) are filled to the brim with traps and tricks. I like that, but if you don't I'd recommend finding a less trap filled adventure game to play. Honestly though, the traps usually are pretty lame. Consisting of a lot of flying spike, invisible block tricks, etc., there's a few good ones, but for the most part they're meh.

There's an extra but you have to find a secret path to reach it, hidden in one of the 7 levels. There might be a few hints or something but my OS is set to English so it only reads gibberish (the text is naturally Japanese). You get a level select so it's kinda reasonable, but it would still be pretty time consuming.

In closing it's a fun little game. I think it's worth a playhthrough if you enjoy classic styled adventure games.

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Rating: 8.0 80       Difficulty: 40 40
Sep 25, 2019