General Commentary and Game Overview
Unlike many here who have experienced Hello's other 3D games, this is the first of his Unity-based fangames that I have played.
The game features you playing as Bowsette... Or Mario, or Sonic, or Naruto, or Kanna, in a platformer where you help Super Crown-ified versions of Mario enemies overthrow "rebel" (anti-super crown groups) forces. The entire premise of the game is rather bizarre, especially since Bowsette is a few years old at this point and has mostly died out.
I attempted to 100% this game, but in the end gave up before reaching the final level. I'll go into more detail below, but everything about this game - the controls, the camera, the gimmicks - feel like they're actively working against you, and you're fighting over simple things like controlling the character most of the time.
And then there's the bugs.
The bugs, oh my goodness, the BUGS. This game feels fundamentally broken, and things as simple as long-jumping don't work enough that you'll end up dying at least a few times from it. I also managed to softlock myself once by ground-pounding a P-Switch. I also had to play the game through Steam, since my Switch controller did not work at all unless I did so.
While the unlockable costumes are nice, the choices feel rather nonsensical, and most of the human-sized ones make stages completely impossible to beat. The only human-sized character model that doesn't break the game is Kanna, because she's rather short compared to the likes of Naruto and Nep-Nep.
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