From the CrazyGames Developer FAQ, under the heading Uploading my games:
Can I submit a rejected game again?
Only if you have improved your game and it follows our quality guidelines.
One thing that is almost immediately obvious on your Itch.io implementation:
- There's no guidance on how to play & the player has about five seconds to figure out the controls before they lose.
That seems to be in conflict with the CrazyGame's quality guidelines under the heading "Is your game easy to play? Are the rules and objectives clear?"
Your current version shows a very brief splashscreen with your developer name / logo when the game is launched. As first step toward communicating the game controls to the user, I suggest following your logo screen with one or two screenshots that attempt to explain the controls to the user. This seems like a relatively low effort fix as you would be recycling something you've already developed to solve the problem.
I also experienced very erratic player movement in the game. On Itch.Io that you have the game marked as
Status In development. It's understandable that a game is likely to have errors while it is in development. However, the guidelines on CrazyGames state that their expectation is that "errors don't hinder the experience". You should correct any obvious bugs before attempting to resubmit.
In general, when publishing to any platform, you should read and adhere to their guidelines.
As mentioned in the comments, ultimately CrazyGames determines which game are accepted and which are rejected & if you want to know the specifics regarding your situation, you need to ask them.