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I Wanna be the Boshy is Even Harder to Watch Than Play

There are a lot of people that do not even know that I wanna be the Boshy existed. It was created a long time ago and to be honest, for a 2D platformer, this game is full of tedious obstacles that are going to drive you crazy. I wanna be the Boshy is a pure pain of a video game, and its difficulty is mindblowing. I’ve given up on the game, but from time to time I tune in to watch Forsen on Twitch because he’s doing a Boshy playthrough.

To be honest, it’s probably the mindset or that different mentality that streamers have. On our side of the screen, we have our opinions on how the obstacle should be played. However, the streamer has his moveset that is about to be executed. Then, in the next couple of seconds, dead.

As they’re riding the almost infinite death loop, people give their own opinions. However, most of the streamers are stubborn to adopt any of the bits of advice, and therefore it’s common for us to get frustrated even more since the streamers are not listening to our input.

I wanna be the Boshy is an extremely hard-to-play video game, with many obstacles and bosses that are essaying the extreme level gameplay. Therefore, we truly believe that I wanna be the Boshy is a video game that’s harder to watch than playing it by yourself.

If you haven’t tried I wanna be the Boshy, then you should try it out. If you’re a tryhard gamer with a high IQ and gaming skills, then this game may bring you a bit joy during the day. Moreover, it would break your heart and make you punch everything you see during the day.

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About Amie Gammons

A huge fan of puzzlers. Would love to experience the world and take down on every single and upcoming game title. In the free time love to sing, follow recent game rumors and try to decrypt them in the best possible way.

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