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For fans of the Nerd, definitely. The references alone will make it worth it.
Now, for those who are more interested in the gameplay than in the scatological humor, I think the platforming is pretty solid. It is
ludicrously difficult, but it's not as cheap as you may expect from a game with a premise like this. Sure, there are some parts where you can't help but get hit (one of the witches in the last section of Beat'em and Eat'em springs to mind), but for the most part it's all about timing and pattern recognition. Some people might complain about the instant death blocks, but I didn't mind them.
The graphics are pure 16-bit goodness, but the real highlight here is no doubt the music. The theme songs for Thy Farts Be Consumed and Laughing Joking Numbnuts are just amazing.
My biggest complaint are perhaps the controls. The characters could use a bit more traction, and there are times when they don't turn around when you tell them to (this is mostly noticeable in boss battles). That being said, this doesn't completely ruin your experience like in other games.
So in short: yes, I would recommend this game to those looking for a challenge, though it's best enjoyed if you're familiar with the series.