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Game Reviewed Cheerwine Deluxe 3, by VinnyVideo
Review Author littlelum
Created Oct 14 2017, 3:15 AM

General Commentary and Game Overview
Cheerwine Deluxe 3 is a fangame about a Yoshi going on a quest. The controls are nice, with very minor problems, if any. Unfortunately, the high difficulty makes it annoying. One annoying thing is the cat, because if you eat one, a giant cat arm swings at you until you're dead. The cat doesn't hurt you, but it bounces it back so hard you fly uncontrollably and most likely take damage.
Pros Funny stuff you wouldn't see in most games, including some sprites and sound effects.
Surprisingly addictive, since I'd rather have one more go rather than let the game get the better of me.
Cons Tough gamplay, especially on certain parts of levels.
The game has a low replay value.
The sprites come in different styles, from doodled to 3D.
7 / 10
The controls are nice and tight, with me not having any problems unless in a boss fight. The levels though, are hard and annoying, but it feels especially satisfying when you complete one.
7 / 10
The graphics are in many different styles, like how the crab in the barrel was in 3D and Yoshi being 16-bit.
8 / 10
The background music was nice to listen to, being catchy and not annoying. The sound effects are interesting, like the "kaboom" when there's an explosion. The sound effects are nice too.
4 / 10
Honestly, I wouldn't go back to play a level unless I played this game in a very long time due to the frustration I had.
Final Words
7 / 10
This game is good, but if you want to play an amazing fangame, this isn't it.

VinnyVideo Nov 15 2017, 10:58 PM
Thanks for the review. I can't really dispute anything you wrote - I think I did go overboard with the difficulty on certain levels! But I'm glad you enjoyed playing CD3.

Sorry it took so long to find this. I didn't notice this review for a month - and I'm a QC staffer, no less! When lumaSMS launches, you'll be able to get notifications when someone reviews one of your games.
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