Gaming isn't always just about fun. Sometimes it's also about pain. Some games, like the Give Up Robot series or I Wanna Be The Guy, exist to punish you for having the audacity to try to beat them. Bullet Maze, a new twitchy avoidance game by Rhete with some inspirations from the shooter classic Ikaruga, is in this category and it's not going to take your crap. Instead it's going to wreck you with bullets. If you get through this one, you'll have earned it.
Use the mouse to steer your orb around and click to shift polarities. If you're white, white bullets can't hurt you, and vice-versa if you're black. Your basic goal is to get from the start of each level to the end, sometimes collecting all the keys in the level along the way. The problem is that there's never just one flavor of bullet coming your way, there's waves of both, so you need to constantly click and shift until you have a mental breakdown and get committed. Each level becomes a sort of puzzle; there's almost always a way to get through that involves carefully recognizing the pattern of bullets and working with it. That's often much easier in writing than practice, especially when it comes to the ludicrous Expert Mode levels.
There's also a great techno soundtrack by Cycerin that'll serve as accompaniment to your repeated failures. Expect to hear a lot of it as you bite the dust. If you're big on frustration games (it's okay, you can admit it) then Bullet Maze is here to be your next Everest.