The “retro” style platformer has had a major resurgence since the release of Super Meat Boy. It’s a market flooded with poorly designed games. Many of these would qualify as “rage games”, made solely for the purpose of making you angry. Castle in the Darkness, created by Matt Kap, the lead artist of Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, could have easily fallen into that trap. But it winds up being brutal and satisfying as well.