Awfully easy for a "rage game". After finishing it with little difficulty I have to say it was your ego talking when you gave it that title.
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This game is really something. Everything about it is top notch and shows just how much the devs care about it. The music, characters, and especially the art are all so memorable, and I am very much looking forward to playing the full release. However, there are two flaws I noticed. The first is that the game slows down drastically over time, though this can be temporarily fixed by switching between windowed and fullscreen modes. The second issue of much greater importance is that if the player clicks on Mao before the map tutorial appears, it will initiate both cutscenes at once and lock the player out of the map feature permanently, making further progression impossible without reloading an earlier save. Thankfully, the map is introduced not long after the first demo ends, so it doesn't take too long to get back if you save over your file without realizing what happened. Those quirks aside, the game is great. Keep up the good work.
This game is decent at best. The jumpscares are weak and the atmosphere isn't enough to build them up quite right. Also, the cutscenes take way too long for a game this short. This might have just been me, but the game crashed after the woods part. I hope this criticism helps, because I see potential in this game. Despite my gripes, I did include it in this video of mine; it's the last game, at about 6:40.