I wanna be the Scenario

Creator: azure

Average Rating
8.8 / 10
Average Difficulty
59.5 / 100
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Adventure (3) Avoidance (1) Trap (3) Gimmick (3) Boss (2) Story (2) Puzzle (3) Minigame (1) SourPls (2)


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20 Reviews:

I test played this game and even when the difficulty of sections was higher I still had a great experience with this game and felt a great sense of achievement when I beat the stage.
My favorite maker delivers another masterpiece.

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Rating: 10.0 100       Difficulty: N/A
Jul 13, 2020
Azure strikes back after a long time with an incredibly nostalgic and well thought out game, having its story also being translated to English. Everything is about what you'd expect from his works, featuring so much of his charm in the aesthetics as well as the occasionally puzzly gameplay itself, sealing it all off with some hilariously clever traps, making for a lot of interesting ways to pull segments off. The game itself is structured in a far more straightforward fashion and keeps throwing in some very unexpected concepts in the mix, some harder to get used to than others, specially when compared to his other previous works. In general, a fantastic game that doesn't abandon the spirit that defines his games and highlights it from the sea of other great adventure games. Highly recommend it for anyone to try it out.

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Rating: 9.6 96       Difficulty: 70 70
Jul 13, 2020
Scenario is an incredibly varied fangame by Azure with a very old-school sort of feel, hearkening back to the older days of adventure fangames where weird risks were taken and kooky ideas were scattered throughout with weird cohesion. With his last work being in 2015 (Farewell), it was great to see a new game by this maker and the same interesting and often bizarre themes that he uses in his games make a strong return.

You can expect to be challenged in many different ways in Scenario, which is why I rated the difficulty a 65. I feel challenge often comes in this game from being tested in unusual ways as opposed to just difficult RNG or precise needle jumps, and instead with strange minigames, unusual tasks and many, many gimmicks. I was a fan of just about all of them, although a couple screens felt a little overly precise or punishing first-time around. A personal favourite would be the Dark Sector with the shadow gimmick, which makes for some really cool manoeuvring.

Scenario's bosses feel very reminiscent of Azure's other games. They tend to be on the lower-HP side of things although with often quite a fast-paced style and sometimes punishing approaches. Every boss stands out in its own right though and often makes use of the associated stage gimmick rather well. I did feel the final boss felt a little unfair at times, particularly towards the end of the fight where your space can become really limited what with the large hitboxes of the attacks, but I can also see it becoming rather consistent with more practice.

The game also has a story which is definitely one of the main focuses of the game, and it's all in English too so there are no excuses to not sit back and enjoy a Lore% playthrough. It's honestly one of the best fangame stories I've experienced in terms of the effort put into it, which took me by surprise! It's the kind of thing that makes me see just how much heart and passion the maker put into making this, which I respect a great deal.

Chances are that not everything in Scenario will click with you. There's such a big variety of gimmicks and challenges you'll encounter that a couple might cause a bit of frustration, but I think that's what makes adventures often so appealing to me, in that you get to experience so many different things and ways to make fangames feel that little bit different. That's the reason I've always liked Azure games in general. The difficulty can sometimes be kinda shaky when bundled alongside the design, but I'm not going to forget what I've played very easily. I'd definitely recommend you give it a try, and it might just strike a chord with you if you don't mind being challenged in unusual and sometimes challenging ways.

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Tagged as: Adventure Trap Gimmick Boss Story Puzzle
[3] Likes
Rating: 9.0 90       Difficulty: 65 65
Jul 16, 2020
A wonderful adventure packed with a ton of puzzles, gimmicks and creative bosses. Worth playing all the way through
the rhythm stage was a bit ofsync which annoyed me a bit tho

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Tagged as: Adventure Gimmick Boss Puzzle SourPls
[3] Likes
Rating: 9.9 99       Difficulty: 60 60
Jul 13, 2020
I hope this means there is still even more yet to come from Azure going into the future.

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Rating: 9.5 95       Difficulty: 52 52
Jul 13, 2020