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Developer(s) Toroko2018 InfiniteContent
Publisher(s) Toroko2018 InfiniteContent
Platform(s) V2LogoBunea
Release Date(s)
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Age Rating(s)
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Genre(s) 3D Platformer, Action RPG, Beat-Em Up, Collectathon, Dating Simulator
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Super Bunea 64 is the sequel to Super Bunea World, following after the events of that game as well as spiritually following after Super Bunea Mayhem. Like the game the title is referencing, Super Bunea 64 takes the series into the third dimension with a open world exploratory approach to it's level design. The game will feature the same platforming, dating, and RPG elements with even more depth to them as well as taking them into the third dimension. The game was developed by Toroko for The V² under the Infinite Content branding.

Super Bunea 64 is the continuation of the story told in Super Bunea World, taking place a year after the original game. Bunea has gone missing and a woman by the name of Xazalea has her memories. After finding Bunea, Xazalea sets out to defeat the parasite that is infecting several of the worlds that the Mistress of Weird has since freed, being half infected by the parasite itself. Bunea joins along in the hopes that someone can restore her memory that seems to have been accidentally placed in Xazalea. Voidmato and Diablister Jr. focus on becoming better assassins, only tangentially involved with the events going on. In all the chaos, a woman known as Charlotte seems to be controlling the parasite, and has a personal vendetta against anyone that stands in her path.

Unlike the first game, which was a 2D platformer with combat and dating mechanics, Super Bunea 64 is a 3D Open World platformer with a bit more emphasis on combat mechanics, with every weapon and character having a moveset with various approaches to combat. Dating mechanics still return and the dating mechanics gain additional depth with two characters that are able to date, as well as non-boss characters that can be dated. Power-ups do not return in this game, being somewhat replaced with the Forms feature that is primarily for Bunea, however weapons are much more complicated than they were last time, giving the player a lot more moves to execute with each weapon.

While a dramatic shift from a two dimensional platformer like the previous two games, Super Bunea 64 continues the very experimental gameplay from the first game as well as the story's characters and settings. Reception is currently not known, although pre-release reactions so have been postive.

Gameplay

Overview

Super Bunea 64 is a 3D Collectathon Platformer with Action RPG elements, as well as a intricate dating system that not only allows Bunea to date multiple characters, but new character Xazalea as well. Since the game is in full 3D, the levels are more akin to open exploratory worlds ala Super Mario 64, accessed through a variety of means; either through spaceships to jump to these worlds, using paintings in the Museum of Weird, or going into a VirtuSystem 64 console.

The game sees you collecting Lunar Apples, which are achieved by completing missions or finding them. These can range form platforming challenges, completing quests, defeating certain bosses as certain characters, completing bounty missions, or just finding them in the wild. The game does not send you back into the hub world when you collect a Lunar Apple, allowing you to collect many very quickly.

There are a couple of other collectibles in the name of Demon Hearts and Angel Lungs, which can be used to extend health and magic respectively when exchanged with the proper NPC. There is also a global currency unique to each world, which can be used to buy items from the worlds' shops. These global currencies are always a green color. There is also Borbz that can be found in every world that act as the player's life, although there is no game over screen in the game. Borbz can also be used to buy weapons in the game. The player can additionally collect Rainbow Scarabs to unlock secret endings for each character, with 10 in each world.

The story also introduces a parasite that spreads through images, which effects many of the bosses. Bunea and Xazalea need to find Sonic Amplifiers to tear off the parasites from these bosses to befriend and romance them, as attempting to talk to them otherwise will just result in a battle with a unflinching parasite puppeteering the boss. Additionally, in Voidmato and Diablister Jr.'s stories, they can defeat the bosses to destroy the parasites, although defeating these bosses as Bunea and Xazalea will just take their Soul instead.

Title Screen

On the title screen, the player is greeted with the head of one of the four playable characters and can mess around with their face using a cursor to pull and stretch at the vertices. By tapping the top trigger buttons, they can change the background texture. By hitting the bottom trigger buttons, they can change the texture of the face. Pressing start and select will zoom the camera in and out. Pressing V2Action Purple will reset everything back to normal, and pressing it again will change the character on screen.

Characters and the Shift System

The game is split between four characters, with a prologue for each. Initially, the game only allows you to play as Xazalea, then Voidmato, then Bunea, and then finally Diablister Jr., before dropping you into the first world. Each prologue is meant to help the player get a handle of each character and their controls as well as their abilities. Compared to the first game, the game is more akin to a character action game in terms of combat, with every character having a base moveset that allows them to attack without weapons, although it should be noted that weapons are still very much part of the game.

  • Xazalea - Xazalea is able to contort her body in unusual ways, allowing her to slip under small gaps and do unusual combat styles that throw off even experienced opponents. Her parasite allows her to fight using a black katana-like weapon at the cost of her health, hence you will always want to find a weapon to use. She has a pin strike move that can usually make up for the health drain some of her moves do. Her platforming set isn't great, but she has a lot of combat tools that make her fairly unique among the cast. She can date bosses and NPCs.
  • Voidmato - Voidmato is the only one who can wall-jump as well as stick to walls for a extended period of time, being able to launch into a short jumping slash. He can bounce himself like a ball, giving him some odd bounciness to his combat, which is based around mostly projectiles from his guns. Voidmato is already in a monogamous relationship with Roxanne, who does offer some rewards if Voidmato keeps up the relationship.
  • Bunea - Bunea is able to dash to avoid attacks as well as to speed forward at a quick rate, as well as extending her jump. She can now do a dash against a wall to kick off it real fast, allowing her to do a flying kick that lets her jump off great distances as well as dealing some serious damage to unlucky foes. She has very little combat prowess with the exception of a shoulder dash and knife attacks. She can date bosses and NPCs.
  • Diablister Jr. - Diablister Jr. can use her tentacles to stick herself to walls and ceilings, as well as curl herself around enemies and objects to strangle onto them or just hold onto them. Diablister Jr. is a good grappler character that additionally has quite a couple of interesting movement options. She can also disguise herself using various masks, allowing her to go into doors that NPCs would otherwise lock off, as well as disguise herself as Xazalea and Bunea to get their benefits from their relationships, although this doesn't work on everyone. Diablister Jr. is unable to actually date anyone though.

At the bottom left of the screen is a meter showing the health, magic points, and shift points. Each character starts with 100 health points, although can extend their health by exchanging found Demon Hearts with Heart Sorceress Juliet. Magic points also stay at 100, and can be extended by exchanging found Angel Lungs with Lung Sorceress Prospero. Shift Points are the time limit each character has before the player must switch to the other ones- the order goes Xazalea, Voidmato, Bunea, and Diablister Jr., although players can Shift manually to the next character at their own accord.

Combat

The game now focuses a lot on combat, with every character able to attack even without a weapon now and features several weapons to enhance the damage they do. Each weapon has a certain amount of uses it can go through before it breaks. Here is some combat information for each character:

  • Xazalea - Xazalea is able to use a katana through the parasite inside of her, forming it into a katana that will drain her health everytime she uses it. Her fighting style with melee weapons appears very odd and unpredictable to other opponents, even those skilled in melee weapons, as she can contort her body in impossible ways to pull off strange slashes. She can also use Dexene as a club to attack with. When using melee weapons, she has 75% more uses with them and it won't cut down on her health. However, she gets 75% less uses from projectile weapons.
  • Voidmato - Voidmato can now do a quick jumping slash off the wall, doing a karate chop as he leaps off the wall. He can also now rev up a roll and launch himself against opponents. He can also use Dexo to launch him at opponents. Despite all these melee options, all of them are pretty weak and Voidmato is best to sticking with his guns- projectile weapons have increased usage with Voidmato, with 75% more uses. However, if he attempts to use melee weapons, they will have 75% less uses.
  • Bunea - Bunea can do a flying kick against the wall to deal damage to opponents, as well as grab Dexa to focus laser blasts at her opponents. Arguably the weakest character of the four in terms of combat without a weapon attached to her, but as a result she is the most balanced of the characters in terms of what weapons can be picked up by her.
  • Diablister Jr. - Diablister Jr. can use their tentacles to whip or strangle opponents as melee attacks, as well as use Dexel as a kicking projectile towards foes to deal some damage. Diablister Jr. uniquely is inexperienced with both kinds of weapons, having 25% less usage with guns and 75% less usage with melee weapons, although her combat without weapons is fairly good enough.

Additionally, each character can perform Reaction Commands by pressing V2Action Blue at the right time, allowing them to counter attacks with specialized attacks meant to take the bosses at a weakpoint. While this can be considered Quick Time Events sometimes, sometimes they blast the player into a minigame where the performance and score impacts the damage done.

Style

On top of all of this, there is a Style mechanic, which encourages you to switch up your combat constantly to deal more damage and knock bosses out for longer to deal more damage. Style begins at D and can go as far as SSS. Style is reset when knocked down or when the meter underneath it runs out. Doing the same moves over and over will lower the rank.

Additionally, each character has a set of taunts they can perform while on the ground or air. This is used to keep the style grade on screen longer while not being able to attack the boss, although there are serious consequences to your style grade if you get hit while taunting. You can also utilize the Style Grades as a way to heal.

  • D - Dire
  • C - Cool
  • B - Bangin'
  • A - Awesome
  • S - Smooth
  • SS - Silver
  • SSS - Serious

Weapon System

Weapons have received an overhaul since Super Bunea World, now featuring multiple moves that they can pull off depending on what buttons are pressed, in most cases replacing just the standard attacks that characters pull off or adding inputs to pull off even more attacks. The player can freely switch between all the available weapons they have in their inventory via the scroll wheel and can even cancel attacks into weapon switches. The main drawback is that the player only has access to three weapons per character and any extra weapons are accessed through a menu. The player can overall hold up to ten weapons at a time before it goes straight to Chocostorage, which can be accessed at either various safe spots in the world, or at the player's house when they buy it.

Each weapon has a amount of uses associated with it, which increases or decreases depending on which character uses it, with Xazalea gaining more uses from melee weapons while losing uses for ranged weapons, and vice versa for Voidmato. Bunea has the default use values for each weapon while Diablister Jr. loses uses for both melee and ranged weapons, although losing less uses for ranged weapons.

Additionally, the player can gain special weapons by either romancing characters or defeating targets that Diablister Jr. and Voidmato are sent to defeat. These weapons, known as the 100% Heart Level Weapons and the Devilish Weapons respectively, can actually be placed in Chocostorage for any character to use when the Shift System switches over to them.

On top of all of this, the player can customize weapons with Charms; little figurines attached to strings that are added to the hilt of most weapons. Some weapons disallow for the use of Charms but they allow for passive effects so long as the weapon holding the charms is in use. This can include explosions at the end of combos, better pick-ups, slowing down the rate of the Shift meter, and more. Each weapon can hold up to three Charms. More information can be found in the Charms section.

Dating Mechanics

Dating still remains a big part of the game, with a bigger dating pool and two characters that can date. Additionally, bosses aren't the only characters that players can date now, with some new NPCs that show up as potential dating partners. On top of all of this, Bunea can learn old phone numbers that allow her to call up old dating partners from both Super Bunea World and Super Bunea Mayhem.

Dating can provide various upgrades to your characters or supply you with items for keeping the relationship stable. Additionally, special gifts are available from dating partners for reaching the highest rank with them. Players can date multiple characters as both characters are polygamous, although this may come with issues as some characters don't like sharing with other characters or are even straight up monogamous.

The player can check in about their relationship stats with Love-Struck Ghost Peter, a ghost that appears in every world to give tips and information about every relationship in the game, cataloging it in his giant journal.

Story

Synopsis

A mysterious girl by the name of Xazalea has appeared in the worlds, searching for answers about memories she knows isn't hers. These memories turn out to be Bunea's, as a chance encounter with Togea later reveals. Heading inside the Parasitic Grand Oak, where she originally emerged from, she finds Bunea and the two end up in the medical bay of the Museum of Weird. While Bunea recovers, Xazalea quickly emerges from the Museum of Weird to track down the parasites that have been infecting the various worlds. Curious as to what she's doing, Bunea heads to try and track her down.

Voidmato is on a date with his girlfriend Roxanne, when he spots Diablister Jr. in the restaurant. Meeting his new family, Voidmato and Roxanne attempt to get some sleep for the night but Diablister's daughter, Diablister Jr. breaks in and attempts to kidnap Roxanne. It goes horribly, but Voidmato takes it upon himself to train the young monster on how to be an assassin like him. While visiting Carbo San Lucille, they are attacked by a parasite-infected nun named Mother Brigid. Taking her down and curing her of the parasite, they learn there's a lot of money involved for taking down this mysterious parasite that is infecting multiple worlds.

Bunea visits the Parasitic Grand Oak again to find the Oak Fairies, who grant her the ability to change into various Forms, starting with three (and a secret fourth one that is not mentioned during the story). The Oak Fairies entrust Bunea to help take down the mysterious parasite that has infected their world, and will soon do so with others. They believe the parasite is being commanded by a woman known as Charlotte, who has been locking down various worlds where the parasite is located. Bunea agrees, taking off, with Xazalea not trailing too far behind.

Who is Xazalea really? Why does she have Bunea's memories? Who is this mysterious Charlotte? And can Voidmato really trust Diablister Jr.?

Prologue: Xazalea

A year after the events of Super Bunea World, a lot has happened. Bunea went missing a month ago and nobody knows where she went- while at the same time, a mysterious swordswoman by the name of Xazalea has appeared, with memories that she knows are not her own. Tracking down Bunea's past lovers to try and learn more answers, although she has only become even more confused. The only person that seems to even remotely want to help is Togea, although Xazalea finds that she is more confused by her presence, with Togea claiming they are soulmates and she is in the wrong body. While talking with her, Xazalea finds out a name to attach these memories to: Bunea.

Heading to the tree she awakened from, she enters inside and finds it far more maze-like than she could ever have imagined. Navigating inside the interior of the trunk, she must destroy the parasitic growth inside to make her way to Bunea. After rescuing Bunea, Xazalea staggers back to the Museum of Weird, collapsing with Bunea. Brakkara takes them both to the medical bay.

Prologue: Voidmato

Voidmato is just on a date with Roxanne in Lydia's sushi restaurant when he spots Diablister in the resturaunt. Preparing to shoot him, Diablister stops him, explaining that he's just on a family meal, introducing Voidmato to his wife, Apricot, and his daughter, Diablister Jr.. Voidmato ask if the three are up to something and Diablister shakes his head no. Finishing the date with Roxxanne, the two head back to their apartment.

During the night, Voidmato is suddenly visited by Diablister Jr., who wants to carve her own path of villainy and attempts to kidnap Roxanne, but Roxanne surprises her with her self-defense maneuvers. Voidmato convinces her to just tag along with him on his next couple of assassinations. Diablister Jr. agrees.

Prologue: Diablister Jr.

Voidmato and Diablister Jr. arrive on a world called Carbo San Lucille, where many bounty hunters hang out at the resort villa. Here, Diablister Jr. is taught how to use her abilities. While in the shooting gallery, a bunch of bikers suddenly invade the bar and Diablister Jr. puts her abilities to the test. After shooing the bikers off, Voidmato and Diablister Jr. are suddenly attacked by a nun named Mother Brigid, who has been infected with a parasite.

After defeating the nun, which clears away the parasite, she graciously gives Voidmato and Diablister Jr. cash money as an award. They later learn that the parasite has been infecting the worlds through various means, and that people are starting to put up targets on those infected to stop the spread. Voidmato encourages Diablister Jr. to help fight against the parasite threat for money, and Diablister Jr. nods silently.

Prologue: Bunea

Bunea awakens in the Museum of Weird's medical bay, however due to her loss of memories, she has to explore this strange new place she's in. After meeting with the Mistress of Weird, who she does not remember, Bunea discovers that Xazalea appears have her memories. Learning her where-abouts, Bunea decides to go over there.

Landing on the world known as the Parasitic Grand Oak, Bunea finds a house that is home to the three lone survivors of the parasite attack known as the Oak Fairies. The Oak Fairies recongize Bunea as the person freed the worlds to begin with, and decided she will act as the best bet as someone who can stop the parasite, giving her three new forms she can access at anytime after an argument over what form would suit the savior best. With these new magical forms, Bunea is told to search over the worlds to find the parasites and to collect Lunar Apples to break the seals that the parasites have cast over these infected worlds. Bunea takes off, with Xazalea not too far behind.

Story: Carbo San Lucille

Bunea arrives in Carbo San Lucille, coming across Lucille City, which has been taken over by a biker gang who doesn't permit Bunea into any of the buildings. Xazalea, who lurks in the shadows, learns this same information. Learning the name of the leader, Camilia, Bunea and Xazalea set off on their own paths to find her. After locating her, Bunea or Xazalea can either try to find a Sonic Amplifier or go straight to her boss fight arena. Once befriending or defeating Camila, the first visit for Carbo San Lucille is officially cleared. Once enough Lunar Apples have been found, the characters can then journey to Plastic Pelago.

Visiting Lucille City after defeating or befriending Camila allows the player to enter the buildings to gain more Lunar Apples or shop. Additionally, the player learns of Charlotte's influence on the area, although is unable to do anything at the moment.

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Playable Characters

Characters

Image + Name Info
Xazalea

Xazalea
Parasite Princess

Xazalea awoke near the base of a strange tree and remembered things that she knew weren't from memories of her own. Xazalea searches for answers while cutting through anything in her way, her powers hailing from a parasite that makes her immensely powerful but also cuts away at her own life force, bit by bit.

Xazalea is a unique character in that she more or less grapples using her Parasitic Pin move, which can be used to swing forward in the air or pin opponents on the ground. She is the swordsman-type character out of the group, gaining a boost in uses for melee weapons. She has health drained from her with some of her moves, although using these moves successfully will heal her back.

Xazalea has two primary forms she can swap to: an alternate moveset using Dexene as a club that gives her more damage at the cost of slowing her movement and giving her less movement options overall or a Purified Form, which drains magic and has her float around while firing projectiles.

Starting Stats
Attack 25
Speed 20
Defense 3
Attractiveness 10
Luck 9
Health 100
Magic 100
Shift 100
Base Movelist
Saffron Swing
V2Action Red
Xazalea forms a sword and slashes forward with her black blade. Can be followed up with a Petal Kick. When she begins the combo, she will lose 2 health. Should the opponent die during the combo without actually finishing it, she will gain 1 health back. She has to be connecting to the enemy to be hurt. Petal Kick
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Xazalea kicks forward with pink flower effects. This does not harm her, kicking opponents away.
Saffron Stinger
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
With her opponent now knocked a bit back, Xazalea follows up with a stab forward with her parasitic arm sword, draining 5 health from foes if successful. If she misses, she loses 5 health in addition to the 2 she already lost. Jump
V2Action Green
Xazalea jumps upwards, fairly standard jump.
Parasitic Pin
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Xazalea stabs the ground with her parasitic arm, able to keep foes pinned underneath it. Kick Off
Tap control stick in the direction you want during Parasitic Pin.
Xazalea kicks away, unpinning her opponent as she returns back to the ground.
Pop Off
V2Action Green during Parasitic Pin
(Unlocked at Level 15)
Xazalea leaps upwards from Parasitic Pin, doing a extended jump that sees her spin in the air. Acts as her double jump. Unwrapping Explosion
V2Action PurpleV2Action Purple V2Action Purple during Parasitic Pin
(Unlocked at Level 15)
Xazalea unfurls her Parastiic arm to unleash a explosive effect that deals damage based off damage she takes during Parasitic Pin or Parasite Barrier. She also gains some air off it, although it is not as powerful as Pop Off in this respect.
Reaction Command
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Dexene Club

V2Action Blue
Xazalea does a Reaction Command, which alters based off the opponent. If there is nothing to react to, this move is instead dedicated to switching to Dexene's club moveset. Parasite Snatch
V2Action Purple
Xazalea grabs a nearby foe with her parasitic hand, which morphs into a scary giant hand that snatches enemies and flings her towards nearby bosses to deal damage to them. This keeps her distance fairly short between enemies even after flinging them away, although it has a small cooldown.
Parasite Barrier
V2Action PurpleV2Action Purple
Xazalea forms black parasitic cocoon around her weakened foe that now acts as a shield, which feeds off damage she would otherwise take. It will rapidly expand the more it takes damage, with it exploding on Xazalea and dealing 20 damage to her if she doesn't detonate it herself before consuming 50 damage with the shield. Parasite Bomb
V2Action PurpleV2Action PurpleV2Action Purple
Xazalea drops her Parasite Shield and rolls away as it explodes, dealing the damage it absorbed.
Shatter Shield
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Xazalea stabs herself in the arm while creating the Parasite Shield, immediately giving it a damage output of 15, while hurting herself for 10 damage. Parasite Web
V2Action PurpleV2Action Green
Xazalea creates a parasitic web that drags all airborne enemies in her radius closer to her, allowing her to deal damage to them. Only works in the air and has a longer cool-down than Parasite Snatch.
Absorber Snatch
V2Action PurpleV2Action RedExt3 103
(Unlocked at Level 10)
Xazalea's hand forms into a giant worm that latches onto a nearby foe. She can then swing them around while draining health from them at a rate of 2 health per 30 frames via spinning the control stick. She can also follow up from it using Parasitic Whiplash. Parasitic Whiplash
V2Action Red during Absorber Snatch
(Unlocked at Level 10)
Xazalea swings the opponent upwards and then slams them back down for 7 damage. Cuts off the draining effect while performing and deals 1-2 damage to Xazalea every swing.
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Voidmato
Violent Vegetable

Voidmato has been more or less chilling, taking bounty jobs as an assassin while still being very much in love with Roxanne. The two are fine living in squalor, but Voidmato gets involved with the Diablister family after Diablister's daughter attempts to kidnap Roxanne. As opposed to fighting Diablister Jr. though, Voidmato has taken it upon himself to deal with the little troublemaker himself and teach them how to do really do some morally questionable stuff.

Voidmato is a projectile centered character that mostly uses guns and much of his movement options being tied to his wall jump gimmick. He can additionally bounce around like a ball. he gains a boost in uses for gun weapons and has less uses for any kind of other weapon.

Voidmato does not have any additional forms, instead buying new moves with Borbz that add onto his moveset and can be used to build different, effective move lists. Some of these purchasable moves can also replace old moves on his moveset.

Starting Stats
Attack 20
Speed 25
Defense 10
Attractiveness 0
Luck 15
Health 100
Magic 100
Shift 100
Base Movelist
BlazPurple
V2Action Red
When Voidmato has no gun, he instead resorts to firing from his revolver packed with infinite voidmato pellets. These pellets are not very powerful, only dealing 2.3 damage, but he can fire them quickly by holding down the button. Stunlocker
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Voidmato releases a powered up shot from whatever gun he has, usually stunning enemies. They deal the same amount of damage but inflict hit-stun. Some guns act differently, however.
Slipstream
V2Action Red while holding shoulder buttons
Voidmato sends out a giant voidmato pellet that brings any enemy he's aiming at closer to him, blasting them towards the ground. Drains some of Voidmato's Shift Points. Bouncy Boy
V2Action Green
Voidmato bounces into the air.
Bounciest Boy
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Voidmato continues to bounce, somewhat like a basketball. By standing still, Voidmato will be able to jump higher. Cancelling into an attack will add a boosted bit of damage that varies depending on how high Voidmato is. Blast Off!
V2Action GreenV2Action Red + any direction on the control stick
Voidmato shoots his gun while in the air, giving him some fairly good forward momentum.
Wall Jump
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Voidmato kicks off the wall, able to travel up further against the wall. He also clings onto the wall if no input is given. If there is not a wall on the other side, he will instead perform a kick that deals 5% damage. Reaction Command
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Dexo Launcher

V2Action Blue
Voidmato does a Reaction Command, which alters based off the opponent. If there is nothing to react to, this move is instead dedicated to having Dexo pick up and then launching Voidmato.
Smoke Parry
V2Action Purple
Voidmato jumps and turns into smoke for a brief second, allowing him to avoid attacks. When dodging a melee attack, he will reappear a couple feet in the air with his weapon and blast the foe as a counter move. Absorbtato
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Voidmato flings a green, prickly green potato-like plant that absorbs damage around it. It becomes much bigger and bigger with the more damage it absorbs. When it takes a total of 45 damage it explodes, but before then Voidmato can eat it and heal based off how big it is.
Purchasable Moves
Yes Man Kablaam
V2Action Red
Voidmato replaces the standard BlazPurple with a single punch that quickly fills back up Voidmato's Shift Meter that comes at the cost of slowly turning around with a shit-eating grin and two thumbs up to a cheering audience.

1000 Borbz

Shifter Blast
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Voidmato fires off a rainbow colored bullet that drains the Shift Meter by 5 increments when it is fired, but it does 30% damage and stuns opponents around the blast. Replaces Absorbtato.

2000 Borbz

Bunea64

Bunea
Armed Amnesiac

Bunea has been off the grid- nobody has any idea where she was until recently when she appeared at the Museum of Weird with just her cloak around her. She claimed she had no memory of what happened to her, or for that matter... anything except her name and a few fleeting details.

Bunea continues to be the only character to have a dash, which can be used to quickly move in short bursts and extend her horizontal movement as well as dodge attacks. Bunea is built more for platforming, with her attacks being either a rather short-ranged knife attack or a shoulder dash that acts as an attack version of her dash.

Bunea has several different forms that are elaborated more in the Forms section. She has a total of six in total, which either give her better combat abilities or new movement options. She can swap between five of them, although when she uses any form it drains magic at varying rates. One form exists solely as a punishment for overusing the forms, which gives her a much more limited moveset.

Starting Stats
Attack 10
Speed 15
Defense 10
Attractiveness 15
Luck 7
Health 100
Magic 100
Shift 100
Base Movelist
Knife
V2Action Red
Bunea can strike opponents with a small hidden pocket knife, instantly locking them into hitstun while dealing 3 damage. Swiss Army Knife
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Bunea can unleash a powerful attack with her pocket knife that use all it's gadgets, such as a drill, a pair of scissors, and a weed-whacker into a devastating 15 damage move that has a long start up.
Bounce
V2Action Green
Bunea has a bunny hop for her jump, which gives her a nice amount of momentum both vertically and horizontally. Bounce Breaker
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Bunea can charge into a leaping hop that gives her more horizontal distance at the expense of her vertical distance. Can be cancelled into a knife attack or with one of her weapons.
Knife Spin
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Bunea can spin while carrying out her knife, dealing 5 damage in the air while giving her better control over where she will land, as it will give her a stall in the air that will help correct her jumps. Rippertide
V2Action GreenV2Action Purple
Bunea spins rapidly forward with the knife, boosting her horizontal direction and dealing 6.7 damage. She cannot perform Bounce Breaker or Knife Spin afterwards, instead needing to go straight down with her knife to deal 3.6 damage.
Wall Kick
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Bunea performs a spinning kick while leaping off a wall, able to deal 8 damage. She cannot jump off against another wall to perform a Wall Jump like Voidmato. Reaction Command
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Dexa Blast

V2Action Blue
Bunea does a Reaction Command, which alters based off the opponent. If there is nothing to react to, this move is instead dedicated to having Bunea pick up Dexa and launch off a giant laser beam that deals 3 damage with each 30 frames as it rotates clockwise.
Dash
V2Action Purple
Bunea dashes forwards, able to gain a quick burst of speed in the direction she faces as well as dodge attacks. This can be done to also gain additional horizontal distance while in the air. Shoulder Dash
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Bunea puts out her shoulder while she dashes, able to knock away smaller enemies and perhaps stun some of the larger ones. Unlike the regular dash, this adds some additional gravity to Bunea's dash while in the air.
Reverse Dash
V2Action Purple while holding the control stick in the opposite direction of where Bunea is facing.
Bunea dashes backwards from where she is facing, which is actually faster and has more leeway with avoiding attacks. It also gives her some extra vertical momentum while in the air, as the dash here goes at a upwards diagonal while in the air. Form Change
Shoulder buttons
Bunea transforms into one of her new forms, to be detailed later.
DiablisterJr

Diablister Jr.
Devilish Daughter

Diablister has grown a family now, and Diablister Jr. is the only daughter- so far. Diablister Jr. wants to grow up to be just like her dad, attempting to kidnap Roxanne, but things have changed. Voidmato takes her under his wing to become a trained assassin, and Diablister Jr. follows.

Diablister Jr. is a grappler-like character, with a focus on close combat mechanics and grabs. She also has various movement options that give her fairly unparalleled movement options. The big downside with her is that she gets less uses out of any weapon, relying on her basic combat abilities.

Like Voidmato, she purchases moves from shops using Borbz, which can be used to expand or change her movelist. She can additionally take on different masks to change the properties of her attacks, boosting a single stat at the expense of others using magic.

Starting Stats
Attack 20
Speed 15
Defense 12
Attractiveness 0
Luck 10
Health 100
Magic 100
Shift 100
Base Movelist
Tentacle Whip
V2Action Red
Diablister Jr. whips opponents with her barbed tentacles, dealing 5 damage per hit. Tentacle Grab
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Diablister Jr. grabs onto her opponent with all her tentacles, slowly poisoning them with a toxin that leaves them with metallic veins growing over their body that deals 2 damage per second.
Tentacle Gouge
V2Action Red
Diablister Jr. squeezes and twists her opponent while in the Tentacle Grab state, dealing up to 15 damage before launching them away. Bunny Twirl
V2Action Green
Diablister Jr. has a high vertical leap that has her spin upwards in the air.
Bunny Float

V2Action GreenV2Action Green

Diablister Jr. proceeds to float while in the air with the aid of her mysterious bunny ears, which allows her to make more precise landings. Bunny Drop
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Diablister Jr. drops straight to the ground with her tentacles extended, dealing 10 damage to the poor sap she lands on.
Wicked Snap
V2Action Red immediately after Bunny Drop
Diablister Jr's tentacles wrap around the enemy's neck and snaps it, dealing a total of 25 damage. Reaction Command
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Dexel Kick

V2Action Blue
Diablister Jr. does a Reaction Command, which alters based off the opponent. If there is nothing to react to, this move is instead dedicated to having Diablister Jr. pick up Dexel and kick him towards opponents to deal 13 damage.
Wicked Weave
V2Action Purple
Diablister Jr. can avoid attacks by twisting her body around attacks, allowing her to dodge both melee and projectile attacks. Wicked Parry
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Diablister Jr. can slap projectiles with her tentacles to reflect them back at their opponent at twice of the original damage.

Forms

Forms are exclusive to Bunea and Xazalea and can be swapped out at the cost of their Magic Points. In Forms, Bunea and Xazalea ditch their weapons while in them, gaining new movesets that are much more powerful than their base movesets. Each form drains at a different rate.

Bunea's Forms

Image + Name Info
NovaFormBunea

Nova Form
Bunea

Nova Form Bunea is the first of Bunea's forms, granted from the Oak Fairies. It resembles the star warriors of legend, who protected the worlds from unceasing darkness. In this form, Bunea ditches weapons in favor for shooting nova bits and floating at fast speeds, giving her quite the combat game and speed game.
Info
Drain Speed 1 Magic per Second
Speed Boost +15
Defense Boost -10
Base Movelist
Nova Shot
V2Action Red
Bunea shoots nova bits from her hand, which each deal 15 damage. Holding down the button will allow her to continuously fire. Nova Blast
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Bunea can unleashes a powerful star power from her hands, which deals 25 damage.
Novitic Flow
V2Action Green
Bunea dashes forward in the air, spinning rapidly at the beginning of the animation before slowing. This increases her speed in a short burst. Vitalic Flow
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Bunea dashes in a circle, gathering foes into a single space to blast at. This has no dodge properties but is useful for gathering and cornering enemies.
Novitic Charge
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Bunea spins with star dust trailing from her, which deals 7 damage to nearby foes and acts as a projectile killer. Lunatide
V2Action GreenV2Action Purple
Bunea spins rapidly as rainbow stars pop off her, before unleashing a powerful cannon attack that deals 50 damage. This move has a lot of start up and generally won't be helpful unless Bunea is locked onto someone. Additionally, magic drain will double for the next 7 seconds.
Star Wall Kick
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Bunea performs a spinning kick while leaping off a wall, able to deal 18 damage. She cannot jump off against another wall to perform a Wall Jump like Voidmato. She leaves a star effect from wherever she wall jumps. Bunea Whirl
V2Action Blue
Bunea can't do Reaction Commands or summon Dexa to her side in this form, instead opting for a powerful laser disc that will drain all her energy if released. This laser disc has a slight home to it, but has a high chance of being dodged, so it's best to stun your opponent and then follow up with this powerful attack that can deal a upwards of 999 damage on standard foes and 50 damage to bosses.
Nebula Dash
V2Action Purple
Bunea dashes forwards in the air, able to gain a quick burst of speed in the direction she faces as well as dodge attacks. This can be done to also gain additional horizontal distance while in the air. Comet Dash
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Bunea is surrounded in white and yellow energy while she dashes, able to blast away smaller enemies and perhaps stun some of the larger ones, dealing 10 damage. This dash gives Bunea some end-lag at the end of it, which can be punished.
Reverse Nebula Dash
V2Action Purple while holding the control stick in the opposite direction of where Bunea is facing.
Bunea dashes backwards in the air from where she is facing, which is actually faster and has more leeway with avoiding attacks. It also gives her some extra vertical height while in the air, as the dash here goes at a upwards diagonal while in the air. She will slowly float back down to her original position. Form Change
Shoulder buttons
Bunea switches to a different form.
RegalFormBunea

Regal Form
Bunea

Regal Form Bunea is the second of Bunea's forms, granted from the Oak Fairies. It resembles the regal guards of the Academy of Sappho, which served as galactic weapon creators. In this form, Bunea ditches weapons in favor of a block and parry moveset that requires precise timing to deal devastating attacks. She is far slower and has boosted defense in this form.
Info
Drain Speed 1 Magic per Second
Speed Boost -10
Defense Boost +15
Base Movelist
Dragonstar
V2Action Red
Bunea puts up a metal shield known as the Dragonstar that protects her from projectiles, harmlessly bouncing off the shield. Each hit rotates her 5 degrees, meaning that if she doesn't keep moving she will eventually be unable to block from the direction she's facing from. Dragonstar Flight
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Bunea throws Dragonstar a great distance in a boomerang shaped fashion, dealing 18 damage to enemies. Against melee enemies, Bunea slams it into their stomach, dealing 20 damage.
Regal Kick
V2Action Red immediately after Dragonstar Flight (Melee)
Bunea can follow up the melee variation of Dragonstar Flight with a kick that blasts opponents away, dealing 7 damage. Regal Rise
V2Action Green
Bunea dashes horizontally into the air, able to avoid some projectiles quickly. It is a jump with a lot of weight.
Air Hike
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Bunea creates a circle of sigils under her that boost her further into the air, giving her less vertical momentum at the expense of more air time. Bounce
V2Action Green during Dragonstar Flight (Ranged)
Bunea gets her old jump back, performing a bunny hop for her jump, which gives her a nice amount of momentum both vertically and horizontally.
Dragonstar Charge
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Provided Bunea still has Dragonstar, she charges forward in a dash with Dragonstar aimed directly forward, knocking opponents back while dealing 15 damage. Regal Wall Kick
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Bunea performs a spinning kick while leaping off a wall, able to deal 18 damage. She cannot jump off against another wall to perform a Wall Jump like Voidmato. She leaves a lion symbol from wherever she wall jumps.
Reflect Bubble
V2Action Blue
Bunea can't do Reaction Commands or summon Dexa to her side in this form, instead opting for a full-shield bubble that reflects projectiles at twice of their original damage, with the exception of some boss attacks which instead do a flat 30. Reflect Breaker
V2Action BlueV2Action Blue
Bunea can follow up Reflect Bubble while it's active with Reflect Breaker, which deals 45 damage to nearby opponents, but has a very small hitbox and will leave Bunea completely defenseless and punishable afterwards.
Smoke Dash
V2Action Purple
Bunea dashes forward, transforming into smoke. She cannot even be touched while in the smoke state, but this move has a bit of end lag that can be punished unless Bunea immediately follows up with one of her shield commands. Parry Dash
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Bunea dashes forward with Dragonstar glowing with red energy. Any attack that hits the shield during the 160 frames that the Parry effect is active on Dragonstar will be followed up with an attack that deals 30 damage.
Reverse Smoke Dash
V2Action Purple while holding the control stick in the opposite direction of where Bunea is facing.
Bunea dashes backwards, turning into black smoke before appearing with a flame effect around her that stays active for 120 frames. Enemies touched by this will take 23 flame damage. Form Change
Shoulder buttons
Bunea switches to a different form.
ShiftBuneaForm

Shift Form
Bunea

Shift Form Bunea is the third of Bunea's forms, granted from the Oak Fairies. It resembles the rainforest scouts of the lunar jungles of Ryubey. In this form, Bunea ditches weapons in favor of an entirely evasive moveset that doesn't deal a lot of damage, but offers Bunea a ton of speed and completely enhances her dashes with elemental dashes. She becomes incredibly speedy as well. Perfect for exploring the vast worlds of the game.
Info
Drain Speed 1 Magic per Second
Speed Boost +25
Defense Boost -20
Base Movelist
Trickster
V2Action Red
Bunea shoots off a bouncing projectile that explodes on the third bounce. The projectile by itself deals 5 damage, but the explosion deals 15 damage. Bunea can fire two of these at a time. Twisted Trickster
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Bunea slides her body away, acting as a dodge as she shoots a Trickster projectile towards the nearest opponent. Deals 7 damage and has no explosion, but acts as a quick dodge.
Trickster Stash
V2Action Red HOLD
Bunea shoots off two Trickster projectiles that go from opposite sides of her, before snapping her fingers to explode them after the first bounce. The projectiles deal 5 damage and the explosion deals 15 damage. Shifter Bounce
V2Action Green
Bunea bounces up with more horizontal distance as opposed to vertical distance.
Shift Bunny
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Bunea teleports in the air, going quite the horizontal distance before landing straight down in a helpless state where she cannot do anything but drop straight to the ground. Shift Bunny acts as a aerial dodge as well. Shift Star
V2Action GreenV2Action Purple
Bunea moves quickly horizontally while in the air with a teleport that is much more controlled than Shift Bunny and won't leave Bunea in a helpless state, however it does not act as a air dodge.
Shift Trickster
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Bunea kicks her foot out forward before teleporting behind the opponent to deal a 10 damage kick to the back of their head or body. Drops Bunea into a helpless state unless she uses Shift Star immediately afterwards. Can be countered if the enemy is against a wall and Bunea has nowhere to teleport to. Shift Wall Kick
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Bunea performs a standard kick while leaping off a wall, able to deal 18 damage. She cannot jump off against another wall to perform a Wall Jump like Voidmato. She leaves a frog symbol from wherever she wall jumps.
Change Elemental Dash
V2Action Blue
Bunea can't do Reaction Commands or summon Dexa to her side in this form, instead opting for a four set of elemental dashes. When the player hits the button, Bunea swaps to one of the four elemental dashes, starting with Fire, Ice, Candy, and then Slime. When the player presses any other button, Bunea switches to the elemental dash of choosing. Quick Revert
V2Action BlueV2Action Purple
Bunea switches back to the previous elemental shield prior to the last alteration.
Fire Dash
V2Action Purple (FIRE)
Bunea dashes forward, transforming into a fireball. She deals 10% fire damage and can burn grass, but is damaged double by ice attacks while dashing forward. Ice Dash
V2Action Purple (ICE)
Bunea dashes forward, transforming into a stream of ice. She deals 10% ice damage and can freeze water, but is damaged double by fire attacks while dashing forward.
Candy Dash
V2Action Purple (CANDY)
Bunea dashes forward, transforming into a whirl of cotton candy. She deals 10% candy damage and can collect foes to follow up with another attack, but is damaged double by slime attacks while dashing forward. Slime Dash
V2Action Purple (SLIME)
Bunea dashes forward, transforming into a ball of goo. She deals 10% slime damage and can trap opponents in slime, but is damaged double by candy attacks while dashing forward.
Reverse Elemental Dash
V2Action Purple while holding the control stick in the opposite direction of where Bunea is facing.
Bunea dashes backwards, turning into into the element she has held, dealing 20 elemental damage and going father in the opposite direction. Form Change
Shoulder buttons
Bunea switches to a different form.
BuneaParasiteForm

Parasite Form
Bunea

Parasite Form Bunea is the technical fourth of Bunea's forms, technically granted from the Oak Fairies. I say technically a lot as this form isn't really a form you'd want to use, but it's more so a punishment for using the forms too much. It reflects Bunea's darker side, the side that's completely infected with parasites and has Vulpea's influence creeping in. She has a ghastly look on her face too, like her soul is being tormented. In this form, Bunea is incredibly fast but incredibly weak. It drains her magic fast and is the weakest Bunea will ever be. Bunea can also not change into any other form while using this form. It's not useful and it serves it's purpose as a punishment well. However, it is her fastest form and features fast combos and dodges, which makes it at least somewhat bearable.
Info
Drain Speed 3 Magic per Second
Speed Boost +35
Defense Boost -50
Transforming into Parasite Form
You cannot purposely activate Parasite Form. Instead, the form is activated when Bunea collects enough parasite-points, which are points that are collected whenever Bunea defeats a parasite enemy in any of the forms. When she has gathered 25, she will have a 25% chance to turn into the Parasite Form. When she has gathered 50, she will will have a 50% chance. The number of points you gather is more or less identical to the percentage it is likely to transform you into the Parasite Form against your will. This number resets when Bunea has obtained a new form (happens only twice in the game), collects a soul from a boss, or romances a character. Parasite Points can also be lowered by killing enemies outside of the forms. It also has a multiplier against certain bosses, meaning it will double or even triple your chances of fighting in Parasite Form. When Parasite Form runs out, it will also reset the parasite-point counter.
The amount of points you have can be found out through Style Statues, which hold up fingers to indicate how many Parasite Points Bunea has accumulated. These are not exact, but they give you a good indication of how likely Bunea is to transform into Parasite form.
  • 0 - 100% or higher chance to turn into Parasite Form.
  • 1 - 75% or higher chance to turn into Parasite Form.
  • 2 - 50% or higher chance to turn into Parasite Form.
  • 3 - 25% or higher chance to turn into Parasite Form.
  • 4 - 10% or higher chance to turn into Parasite Form.
  • 5 - 0% or higher chance to turn into Parasite Form.
Base Movelist
Shadow Claw
V2Action Red
Bunea attacks with a weak melee attack with limited range, dealing only 5 damage. Shadow Swipe
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Bunea lunges forward, dealing 6 damage with a admittedly wider range swipe attack.
Shadow Bunny
V2Action Green
Bunea bounces kind of low to the ground, but with some decent horizontal distance. Shadow Drop
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Bunea drops to the ground instantly, releasing a inky black parasite cloud that deals 7 damage to nearby opponents.
Shadow Wall Kick
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Bunea performs a standard kick while leaping off a wall, able to deal 6 damage. She cannot jump off against another wall to perform a Wall Jump like Voidmato. She leaves a skull symbol from wherever she wall jumps. N/A
V2Action Blue
Bunea can't do Reaction Commands or summon Dexa to her side in this form, in fact, she can't do anything. This button is completely useless.
Shadow Dash
V2Action Purple
Bunea dashes forward, transforming into a inky black shadow that materializes fairly shortly afterwards. There is zero cooldown. Shadow Swerve
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Bunea swerves into the opposite direction, allowing her to avoid attacks as well.
ChronoFormBunea

Chrono Form
Bunea

Chrono Form Bunea is the fifth of Bunea's forms, granted from Lady Montulet. It resembles the timekeepers of the Ancient Clocktower of Nardic. In this form, Bunea ditches weapons in favor of an time based moveset that can slow, speed, and freeze up time around her, as well as creating time-based constructs and even clone herself.
Info
Drain Speed 1 Magic per Second
Speed Boost +24
Defense Boost -24
Base Movelist
Time Trick
V2Action Red
Bunea fires off a golden set of hour and minute hands which slow opponents down, halving their movement speed for 5 seconds. Bunea can have three Time Tricks active at a time- even some bosses are vulnerable to this. Abyssal Time
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Bunea fires off a blue flame shot that completely freezes a opponent in time for 5 seconds. Bunea can attack them freely or use them as platforms to bounce off.
Time Trickster
V2Action Red HOLD
Bunea has a pair of hour and minute hands spin around her, slowing every opponent that she comes into contact with for 5 seconds. As long as she's holding down the button, the time shield will appear around her. When she releases the button, it will be released in a powerful radius that freezes opponents for 7 seconds. Chrono Bounce
V2Action Green
Bunea bounces up very quickly and activates a time stop effect that freezes airoborne opponents in the air for 3 seconds, while descending down in slowed time. Pressing any attack button will cancel the slowed time descent.
Time is a Hand
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
A clock face appears under Bunea, tilted at a 45 degree angle. This acts as a second jump and can bounce her to new heights. Enemies nearby will be frozen for 6 seconds instead. Timely Teleport
V2Action GreenV2Action Purple
Bunea teleports in skipped time, appearing about five to seven character lengths away from her original position. You can buffer moves during the teleport animation so she will perform them after teleporting.
Fusee Kick
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
Bunea kicks her foot out forward with blue flames coming off it, performing an axe kick that freezes a opponent in time for 8 seconds and dealing 6 damage. Chrono Wall Kick
V2Action Green while facing a wall
Bunea performs a standard kick while leaping off a wall, able to deal 18 damage. She cannot jump off against another wall to perform a Wall Jump like Voidmato. She leaves a clock symbol from wherever she wall jumps.
Za Worldo
V2Action Blue
Bunea can't do Reaction Commands or summon Dexa to her side in this form, instead opting for a time stop that lasts 10 seconds and impacts the whole area, working against even bosses. This drains 15 magic per use, although this doesn't drain completely if Stopwatch Click is used. Stopwatch Click
V2Action BlueV2Action Purple
Bunea stops Za Worldo early, saving magic points.
Bull Dozer
V2Action GreenV2Action Red (During Za Worldo)
Bunea dashes forward onto a frozen foe with a kick and then launches into the air, slamming down with a steamroller that deals 25 damage while laughing manically. Blue Flame Daggers
V2Action GreenV2Action Purple (During Za Worldo)
Bunea jumps forward and releases a bunch of blue flame daggers onto her closest frozen foe, which inflict both ice and fire elemental damage, about 7 damage for each element for a total of 14 damage against a foe that's strong against neither.
Time Dash
V2Action Purple
Bunea dashes forward, time hands appearing behind her. Her dash is much faster in this form, and touching enemies with this dash will make them faster for 4 seconds. Blue Flame Dash
V2Action PurpleV2Action Purple
Bunea dashes forward, blue appearing behind her. Her dash is even faster with this variant of the move, and touching enemies with this dash will make them slower for 5 seconds.
Reverse Time Dash
V2Action Purple while holding the control stick in the opposite direction of where Bunea is facing.
Bunea dashes backwards, reversing time in her direction. If she touches an enemy, they will reverse their current actions for 4 seconds. Form Change
Shoulder buttons
Bunea switches to a different form.

Xazalea's Forms

Image + Name Info
XazaleaPurifiedForm

Purified Form
Xazalea

Purified Form Xazalea is a form that Xazalea obtains at ???, being somewhat in the middle of the game. It acts as a brand new moveset for her that gives her additional power as well the ability of limited range flight. It cleanses all the parasite infected on her for a short time, giving her a moveset that doesn't hurt her to use.
Info
Drain Speed 1 Magic per Second
Speed Boost +15
Defense Boost -10
Base Movelist
Purified Swipe
V2Action Red
Xazalea swipes forward with her talons, dealing 11 damage. Purified Clutch
V2Action RedV2Action Red
Xazalea can follow up by grabbing her opponent with her talons, dealing 5 damage.
Purified Shot
V2Action Red while performing Purified Clutch
Xazalea shoots whatever is in her talons to the nearest opponent, dealing 11-15 damage depending on how accurate the shot was. Purified Spiral
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
Xazalea can spin towards the nearest opponent, dealing 11% damage as she performs a flying spiral headbutt.
Air Flow
V2Action Green
Xazalea jumps up, having a small vaccuum effect that pulls in enemies. Purified Flight
V2Action GreenV2Action Green
Xazalea enters flight mode, allowing her to traverse in the air, although still fairly close to the ground. She can skip over most gaps and it increases her speed. Can be cancelled by holding down V2Action Green.
Spiral Light
V2Action Red while in Purified Flight
Rainbow light surrounds Xazalea as she performs a spinning corkscrew attack in the air, dealing 12 damage. Acts as an attacking dash. Save the Light
V2Action GreenV2Action Purple
Xazalea is covered in rainbow light, doubling her flight speed at the cost of doubled magic drain.
Purified Pin
V2Action GreenV2Action Green while in Purified Flight
Xazalea pins her opponent to the ground with a needle-like arm, dealing 13 damage. Hurricane Off
Tap control stick in the direction you want during Purified Pin.
Xazalea spins off her opponent as a hurricane is left behind, which deals 5% damage for each of the 3 seconds it is active. It works similar to her normal kick in that it will propel Xazalea in the direction tapped, but will keep her in the air.
Purified Assault
V2Action Blue
Xazalea can't do Reaction Commands or summon Dexene to her side in this form, instead opting for a attack where she pulls in her wings and then releases a powerful assualt of light arrows in a 360 direction around her, dealing 7 damage for each arrow, with a total of 30 arrows. Drains all her magic. Purified Shield
V2Action Purple
Xazalea creates a shield that repels ranged attacks. Incredibly straight forward compared to Parasite Shield.
Purified Spikes
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Xazalea's shield forms spikes on it, keeping away ranged opponents by inflicting knockback and 18 damage to them. Form Change
Shoulder buttons
Xazalea transforms back to her normal form, preserving magic.

Non-Playable Characters

Traveling NPCS

Image + Name Info
DexeneDexoDexaDexel

Dex Droids
Dexene, Dexo, Dexa, and Dexel

The Dex-Droids return, with a different droid assigned to each playable character. Each now travels with their partner in a non-intrusive way and can be used in battle. They scan everything the player comes across, being a weapon, enemy, boss, or NPC and fills the player in with details, notes, stats, and weakpoints.
  • Dexene is Xazalea's Dex-Droid, who can be used as a pounding club by Xazalea when she has no weapon.
  • Dexo is Voidmato's Dex-Droid, who can carry and drop Voidmato onto enemies.
  • Dexa is Bunea's Dex-Droid, who points and shoots lasers from their fingers to assist in battle.
  • Dexel is Diablister Jr.'s Dex-Droid that Diablister Jr. can kick around, launching him at bad guys.
C.C. Compactor

C.C. Compactor

C.C. Compactor is a machine that can compact all of the old weapons that characters collect over their journey to create cubes to fill up a landfill, paying the player for scraping down their old weapons. C.C. Compactor is kind of a grimy guy but he means well and he's just doing his job.
HeartSorceressJuliet64

Heart Sorceress Juliet

Juliet returns from the first game, traveling across world to world on the back of a giant turtle that has a healing spring on it's back. She will heal up characters as well extend their health in exchange for Demon Hearts. Unlike the first game, she is now datable by Bunea and Xazalea should they give her enough Demon Hearts to open up. Juliet is however, a darker character than she appears, being the implied sister of the Mistress of Weird and the fact her health upgrades seem to be more along the lines of a demonic rite.
MagicSorcressProspero

Magic Sorceress Prospero

Magic Sorceress Prospero rides on the back of a giant camel that has a mana pool in it's second hump. She can fill up character's mana meters as well as extend their mana meters in exchange for Angel Lungs. She can be dated by Bunea and Xazalea should they give her enough Demon Hearts to start to open up. She is hinted to be the half-sister of Charlotte, the main antagonist of the game, and her magical upgrades seem to be along the lines of a religious blessing.
Gwenacide

Gwenacide

Gwenacide is a bounty hunter like Voidmato, using her hammer to smash up her prey. She is quite insane and can appear in any world unexpectedly to take down a player should they have a bounty on their hands from attempting to shoplift or attack innocent NPCs. She is quite a difficult boss, and even harder to befriend and romance with Bunea and Xazalea. She is also the twin sister of Gwenasis, and apparently the "evil one" of the two.
LoveStruckGhost

Love-Struck Ghost Peter

Xazalea and Bunea can check in with Love-Struck Ghost Peter for status of relationships as well as seeing invites to locations that Peter can make them fast-travel to. He's a good buddy that just wants the best for any kind of relationship and will even offer advice of dos and do nots of relationships with each dateable character.
TungstenTony

Tungsten Tony

Tungsten Tony can sell any weapons that the player has had previously found, selling them a bit of a upticked price, but he has the largest selection by far, and grows over the game. Try and cross him and he'll take you down fast with either his minigun or send his goons after you, relentlessly hunting you until you die.
BiscuieSB64

Biscuie

Biscuie is a shady shopkeeper that roams around the worlds in a invisible cloak, only beginning to appear to Bunea and Xazalea after they take their first soul. When she appears, she sells items at a cheaper price as well as allowing them to purchase Lunar Apples from the world that they haven't collected yet, which Biscuie will collect herself at a price. The more souls Bunea and Xazalea collect, the further the prices plummet.
JackAppleSuperBunea64

Jack Apple

Jack Apple sells fruits and vegetables in his traveling food cart, which can be bought using Borbz. Jack Apple is a generally pretty friendly character and has sales on his wares pretty often. Don't shoplift from him though, because he's a surprisingly tough boss that will immediately fight you if you dare to steal from him.

During the night cycle of Carbo San Lucille, he can be found asleep, talking in his sleep about an adventure with Bunea and Voidmato. He seems to look up to those two especially, seeing them as the savior of his world and by extension, his business. He has no particular reaction to Xazalea and does not trust Diablister Jr. at all, putting his food on close guard when she's around.

TureaSB64

Turea

TBA
DemonDog

Demon Dogs

Demon Dogs are strange dogs that appear in several worlds, beginning with the Museum of Weird and appearing in Carbo San Lucille, Plastic Pelago, Boneventure Society and ???. They follow the player around and when fed a Dragonfruit, they will sniff out buried Lunar Apples for the player. They can also play fetch with projectiles.
PhantomRacer

Phantom Racer

Phantom Racer appears in every world to race the player, requiring them to nab a flag. There is a total of four races with each character, as each character has different speeds and strategies to use to beat the Racer, who varies his route and speed depending on the character chosen.
TybaltandRosale

Tybalt and Rosale

TBA

World NPCs

Image + Name Info
KellyKoi

Kelly Koi

Kelly Koi is the servant of the Mistress of Weird, and sits outside of the Mistress of Weird's throne room in the Museum of the Weird at the beginning of the game. She is actually the first datable character in the game, as Bunea can become lovers with her moments after starting the first prologue if they talk to her. Being partially a fish creature herself, she usually is seen drinking lots of water when not sleeping in her koi pond. She is very afraid of screwing everything up and is sometimes seen as clumsy.
MistressofWeirdSB641

Mistress of Weird

Mistress of Weird was the former ruler of the worlds, having locked them all away and keeping the ones she personally fancied. With Bunea's words, she realized the errors of her way and has since freed all the worlds. A year has passed since this event, with Mistress of Weird continuing to collect weird objects and people from the new worlds and continuing to be quite the odd person herself. She is rather disappointed to find out that Bunea lacks any memory of them, and Xazalea seems a bit too suspicious for her liking, but she is romanceable even early on if the player plays their cards right. She may also ask the player to find a certain weird object in the worlds to bring to her for a Lunar Apple reward. Mistress of Weird also gives hints to the player of where to go if they are at a loss of what to do to progress the story. She can often be found in her throne room at the Museum of Weird.
TogeaSB64

Togea

Togea is one of the Mistress of Weird's guards who has a unhealthy obsession over Bunea, and now Xazalea, seeing Xazalea as some sort of reincarnation of Bunea since she has her memories. She is at her house in the Museum of Weird world, haven taken up training with Anaheim to become even stronger. The player can actually date her pretty early on, but Togea is easily the toughest romance partner to manage as she will kill other romance partners for attention if she's in a polyamorous relationship, although she can form actual genuine bonds with them over time that makes this less likely to occur. She is also the more giving of the romance partners, giving her lover souls of characters she's killed as well as searching for Lunar Moons for her lover as well (which she can only find after the player has completed certain requirements).
OakFaeries

Oak Faeries

Located in their hut in Parasitic Grand Oak, the Oak Faeries are the only remaining uninfected characters from their world. Having enlisted Bunea with three forms with their magic, the Oak Faeries act as helpful NPCs that Bunea can go see for more information on each of her various forms barring Parasite Form, which remains mysterious for much of the game. They are all sisters, missing their fourth sister who was unfortunately assimilated into the Parasite's forces.
DiablisterTrueForm

Diablister

Diablister sometimes appears in Carbo San Lucille or Boneventure Society, usually on a date with his wife Apricot. He provides Devilish Deeds for Diablister Jr., focusing on a diabolical tasks he can't see himself doing now that he's a married monster. He awards Lunar Apples or some money with each of the tashs done.
ApricotSuperBunea64

Apricot

Apricot sometimes appears in Carbo San Lucille or Boneventure Society, usually on a date with her husband Diablister. She provides Evil Errands, a way to trick her daughter into doing errands for her and rewarding Diablister Jr with Lunar Apples or some money with each of the tasks done. She used to be a princess in her past, although abandoned that life for Diablister after falling in love with him.
CarbonianSuperBunea64

Carbonians

Carbonians are the common NPCs in Lucille City, sometimes giving tips to the player to help navigate the world or have quests to uncover more Lunar Apples across the world. They are animated soda bottles that can be shooken up to create soda geysers that can propel the player character up in the air.
Waureus

Waureus

Waureus is a overweight rat that sleeps pretty much all day in the sewer, given up on ever escaping the Plasic Pelago, where he is found. He was supposedly "a mascot just like Bunea" before his company fired him- although later interactions reveal he walked away after he was made into a walking fart joke for most of the employees. Waureus used to be a treasure hunter, but Plastic Pelago has made him so melancholy that he no longer feels the drive to find treasure or do anything but eat and sleep. After seeing the stuff you find in the Plastic Pelago, Waureus gets greedy and attempts to steal it, but is far too slow and weak to do so, so he figures he can probably get back in shape by looking for his own treasure which he asks for your assistance for.
VaishaSb64

Vaisha

TBA

Weapons

Weapons return with a more expanded purpose, replacing the attack part of the moveset with new attacks. All damage is calculated from the character's base damage plus the stat boosts, which is what the actual Attack Stat is used for.

Normal Weapons

Image + Name Info
TheLancerBunea64

The Lancer

The Lancer returns from Super Bunea World, being one of the few returning weapons from the first game. It is the most basic weapon you will find, although it is said to have a bit of a curse as it will remove some of your luck stat.
Uses 40 Uses 280 Uses
160 Uses 120 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 5
Stats Debuff (-) LUCK 3
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Lancer Shot
V2Action Red
The Lancer fires off a energy shot, which homes onto the nearest opponent to deal damage. Hold down to keep firing. Lancer Launch
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The character spins forward in a spiral towards the nearest opponent, firing point-blank into their body to deal damage, potentially doubling damage if it's done against the opponent's weak point.
Lancer Spread
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The Lancer spreads out five shots, using up five uses at once to deal a wide reaching attack that can damage five foes at once. Lancer Leap
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character jumps upwards, firing off a shot from the Lancer that shoots diagonally downwards with an better homing effect.
ChocowandBunea64

Chocowand

The Chocowand is a pretty standard wand-type weapon that is stylized after the various Chocofruits seen across the worlds. It spits out stars from the blue crystal that is the core of the wand, which dims out after a typical 100 uses.
Uses 25 Uses 175 Uses
100 Uses 75 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 5

(+) MAGIC 5

Stats Debuff (-) DEFENSE 3

(-) HEALTH 3

Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Chocostar
V2Action Red
The Chocowand fires off a blue star projectile straight in front of the user, going for about 30 paces before disappearing into dust. Hold the attack button to keep firing. Chococluster
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The Chocowand transforms the enemy into a giant Chococarrot, unable to attack or move. Drains 2 uses and deals no actual damage.
Choconebula
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The Chocowand creates three spinning blue stars that damages foes on contact for five damage. Drains 3 uses and is active for 5 seconds. Chococomet
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character jumps upwards, firing off a shot from the Chocowand that spins with a slight homing effect to it.
UltraBuster

Ultra Buster

The Ultra Buster is a powerful projectile weapon that fires off Ultra Bullets, which can be charged at no expense to the number of uses left, which it will have plenty of. It's a good weapon that is a bit safe but reliable overall.
Uses 275 Uses 1925 Uses
1100 Uses 825 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 5
Stats Debuff (-) SPEED 3
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Ultra Bullet
V2Action Red
The Ultra Buster fires off a yellow bullet that goes straight across, dealing damage on contact or disappearing when off screen. Holding down the button will allow it to slowly charge. Rockin' Blast
V2Action Red (Charge Level 2)
The player character fires the Ultra Buster, releasing a bigger blue blast dealing damage with a wider range and an additional 5 damage on top of it.
Gold Bomber
V2Action Red (Charge Level 3)
The player character fires off a giant golden projectile that deals more damage across a wider area, adding a total of 15 additional damage to the current modifier. Slide Dash
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The player character performs a sliding dash while firing the Ultra Buster, dealing damage.
SlimeIceGun

Slime and Ice Pistol

The Slime and Ice Pistol is a pistol with two seperate modes, which allow it to shoot both fire and ice projectiles. Each projectile has their various effects and run off the same usage meters. It's sleek design is a hit among businessmen and businesswomen.
Uses 350 Uses 50 Uses
200 Uses 150 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 4
Stats Debuff (-) LUCK 2
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Change Mode
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Changes the mode of the pistol to either Ice or Slime shots. Pistol Whip
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
A very weak long-winded feint attack that deals 5 damage but adds a speed boost to the shots of the gun.
Slime Shot
V2Action Red
(SLIME)
The pistol fires off a slime bullet, which makes enemies and some bosses slower by 15%, with a total of three shots able to weigh down their speed by 45%. Slime Trampoline
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
(SLIME)
The player character jumps upwards, firing off a gooey shot from the pistol that creates a gooey puddle that can be bounced off to gain additional air. It also traps enemies from below, causing them to get stuck for up to 5 seconds.
Ice Shot
V2Action Red
(ICE)
The pistol fires off a icy bullet, which expands when inside a enemy or at the ground, creating jagged ice spikes that deal 6% damage on contact and deal damage if inside the enemy. Blizzard Winds
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
(ICE)
The player character jumps upwards, firing off a icy shot from the pistol that creates a freezing tornado that keeps the character airborne. The winds can suck in enemies and freeze them. The tornado stays active for five seconds.
CandyFireGun

Candy and Fire Pistol

The Candy and Fire Pistol is a pistol with two seperate modes, which allow it to shoot both candy and fire projectiles. Each projectile has their various effects and run off the same usage meters. It's golden design makes it popular among those who buy expensive phones that lack a 3.5mm jack.
Uses 350 Uses 50 Uses
200 Uses 150 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 4
Stats Debuff (-) LUCK 2
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Change Mode
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red
Changes the mode of the pistol to either Candy or Fire shots. Pistol Whip
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
A very weak long-winded feint attack that deals 5 damage but adds a speed boost to the shots of the gun.
Candy Shot
V2Action Red
(CANDY)
The pistol fires off a jelly bean, which bounces and ricochets until it finds a enemy to deal damage to. It's power becomes lessened the more it bounces and ricochets, although it will always try to find a target. If it can't find one in three seconds, it crumbles into sugary dust. Soda Pop
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
(CANDY)
The player character jumps upwards, firing off a stream of soda from the pistol. This soda can then be used to create an explosive reaction from a jelly bean shot, dealing explosive damage to enemies and bosses.
Fire Shot
V2Action Red
(FIRE)
The pistol fires off a fire bullet, which explodes when it hits an enemy and sets them on fire, dealing 3 damage consistently for each 35 frames it is active for. It can also be used to set flame traps that can also set enemies on fire. Burning Blaze
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
(FIRE)
The player character jumps upwards, firing off a burning shot from the pistol that creates a burning blaze that protects them from most projectiles (sans fire ones). This burning blaze is active for 5 seconds before disappearing.
CyberHomey3000

Cyber Homey 3000

The latest in the line of Cyber Homey products, the Cyber Homey 3000 is bigger and better than the past couple models, featuring a new enhanced grip that keeps it nice and steady as you fire off homing shots shaped like donuts.
Uses 25 Uses 175 Uses
100 Uses 75 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 10
(+) DEFENSE 8
Stats Debuff (-) SPEED 7
(-) LUCK 5
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Homer Projectile
V2Action Red
The Cyber Homey 3000 fires off a green ring-shaped projectile that expands and homes near opponents to deal damage, with the bigger it gets dealing more damage. As such, it is suggested to fire this at a long range when possible. Homer Spin
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character wraps themselves in two rings and spins towards the enemy in a laser cycle of sorts, dealing a lot of damage. Takes up two uses.
Homer Triple Trouble
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
Firing off three homing rings at once, the player character immediately side-steps as they become a singular giant tri-ring that deals triple damage with some loss to it's homing properties. Takes up three uses. Homer Hop
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character jumps upwards, firing off a ring-shaped projectile that goes twice as fast down towards it's enemy.
FrogCrown

Frog Crown

The Frog Crown is a VERY unusual item in that it actually transforms the user into the Frog Princess, a completely separate form which alters attack and jump commands. Additionally, it drains 100 magic at a rate of a single magic point a second as opposed to having a set number of "uses" to deplete. This item was found in a swamp world that had it's inhabitants take on the appearance of their ruler to trick the evil king who would attempt to kidnap her.
Drain 100 Magic 100 Magic
100 Magic 100 Magic
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 10
Stats Debuff (-) DEFENSE 7
Additional Effects FrogPrincessSB64
Alters appearance into the Frog Princess
Base Movelist
Tongue Grapple
V2Action Red
The user sticks out their long tongue, able to pull enemies towards them as well as grapple onto walls and ceilings. Bullfrog Kick
V2Action Red after Tongue Grapple on a enemy
The user kicks with their strong frog legs, kicking the enemy away from them with significant knock-back and damage.
Frog Song
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The user summons a band of frogs to do a swamp symphony, their amber notes dealing 30 damage to opponents nearby. Costs 20 magic to extend. Froggy Leap
V2Action Green
The user leaps up high, having a significant vertical increase in their movement.
DungStick

Dung Stick

The Dung Stick is a typical melee weapon that actively wards away enemies when out on the field. The stench is bad, but when you just want to keep moving, this weapon is good for clearing out areas full of enemies you might just want to ignore.
Uses 350 Uses 50 Uses
200 Uses 50 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 6
Stats Debuff (-) SPEED 4
Additional Effects Actively keeps foes from attacking unless attacked.
Base Movelist
Prodding Poop
V2Action Red
Jabbing the Dung Stick forward, enemies will either back away or take damage if they're against the wall. Excellent for crowd control. Devastator Dung
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character points the Dung Stick forward, summoning a giant dung that hops three times towards opponents, dealing damage with each ground pound. Costs 2 uses.
Sh!t S!zzler
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character uses the Dung Stick to rapidly poke at an opponent, dealing massive damage overall. Costs 3 uses of the weapon. Poop Poke
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The character points the stick to the ground, poking the dung. This does no actual damage, but any attack done to a enemy shortly after performing this move will shoot the style ranking to an automatic S.
Car Key Cutlass

Car Key Cutlass

Passed down from a long line of warriors that have dwindled out, the Car Key Cutlass is a impressive blade that has a ton of combos that get successively more power the higher your style ranking is, as well as having the awesome utility of locking and unlocking opponents to prevent them from attacking for a short bit.
Uses 875 Uses 225 Uses
500 Uses 225 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 8
Stats Debuff (-) DEFENSE 6
Additional Effects Style Ranking buffs
Base Movelist
Key Scratch
V2Action Red
(No Ranking)
The player character performs a powerful slash attack that deals damage, striking horizontally across. Sonic Scratch
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(No Ranking)
The player character spins forward with the blade, able to go back and forth in rapid succession to deal a lot of damage. Costs 2 uses.
Key Scratch II
V2Action Red
(A Ranking)
The player character performs a powerful slash attack that deals damage, striking horizontally across, then vertically, which does about half of the damage of the first attack. Sonic Scratch II
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(A Ranking)
The player character spins forward with the blade, able to go back and forth in rapid succession to deal a lot of damage. Has a wider spin and pulls in opponents. Costs 2 uses.
Key Scratch III
V2Action Red
(SSS Ranking)
The player character performs a powerful slash attack that deals damage, striking horizontally across, then vertically, which does about half of the damage of the first attack. They then follow up with a straight forward throwing jab, which can impale opponents against the wall to deal a lot of damage, with the blade instantly teleporting back into the player's hand. Sonic Scratch III
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(SSS Ranking)
The player character spins forward with the blade, able to go back and forth in rapid succession to deal a lot of damage. Has a hurricane spin that pulls in most of the opponents in the immediate area. Costs 2 uses.
Car Alarm
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character uses the Car Key Cutless to create a sonic attack that freezes all opponents in place, allowing them to attack freely. Costs 3 uses of the weapon. Lock/Unlock
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
Locks enemies in place, preventing them from moving. However, one downside is that they can still charge attacks while in this state and it's only active for about 480 frames. When unlocked, these charges are cancelled.
RipWire

Rip Wire

This giant ripped electrical plug is known as the Rip Wire and has electrical melee attacks. It definitely took a hit in the uses value, but with it's shocking power, it evens out.
Uses 87 Uses 13 Uses
50 Uses 13 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 20
Stats Debuff (-) DEFENSE 10
Additional Effects Shocks enemies on contact
Base Movelist
Socket Jock
V2Action Red
Jabbing the Rip Cord forward and propelling the player character forward with it, the weapon can impale enemies and really do some damage. Spark Plug
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character swipes the Rip Cord to the left, and then the right, possibly paralyzing opponents as they deal damage. Costs 2 uses.
Super Charge
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character impales the nearest opponent with the Rip Cord and then releases a powerful electrical explosion into them, jumping away as electricity shoots throughout their whole body, guaranteeing a paralyzed state. Deals only damage to bosses. Costs 3 uses of the weapon. Riptide Current
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character spins in a spiral in the air while holding out the Rip Cord, dealing damage in the air. They can keep hitting the attack button to continuously attack, with the electrical effects keeping the opponents in the same spot due to paralysis.
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Pillow

Pillows are pretty weak weapons that have some interesting properties. They change color depending out what color you use, can be used to heal health and magic outside of combat, and provide an attractiveness bonus to Bunea and Xazalea.
Uses 262 Uses 38 Uses
150 Uses 38 Uses
Stats Buff (+) DEFENSE 10
(+) ATTRACTIVENESS 10 (Bunea & Xazalea)
Stats Debuff (-) ATTACK 7
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Feather Swing
V2Action Red
The player character swings the pillow at the enemy, dealing softened damage to them while having quite a bit of knockback. Pillow Somersault
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character spins towards the opponent, slamming the pillow into them a total of two times, dealing damage. Costs 2 Uses.
Flying Pillow
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
Going down a magic staircase, the player character steers the pillow into foes to deal increased damage. Is active for 460 frames. Costs 3 uses. Sleep
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The player character sets it against the floor or nearest slope and falls asleep, slowly gaining back health and magic as they go into their sleeping animation. This can go as long as the player wants, but it is the least practical use of a healing item, as it will cost a use for every five seconds in this sleeping animation. It also cannot be done while in combat.
ShifterAxe

Shifter Axe

This giant axe has a shifting handle that allows it to be used in multiple ways, such as a standard axe, a scythe, and even as a hockey stick. It was utilized by the rainforest scouts of the lunar jungles of Ryubey.
Uses 1200 Uses 200 Uses
800 Uses 200 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 15
Stats Debuff (-) SPEED 7
Additional Effects Shocks enemies on contact
Base Movelist
Timber
V2Action Red (AXE)
The player character pulls back and then swings the axe forward, dealing damage. Tree Chopper
V2Action RedV2Action Red (AXE)
The player character does two big swings in alternating directions, dealing damage to a wide area. Costs 2 uses.
Wood Chipper
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red (AXE)
The player character swings the axe wildly with reckless abandon in a combo that cannot be cancelled and if screwed up, will allow enemies to deal damage to the player during it, but has a wide power-output. Costs 3 uses of the weapon. Logzuna Drop
V2Action GreenV2Action Red (AXE)
The character spins in a spiral in the air before dropping a log underneath them, dealing damage to enemies below.
Reap
V2Action Red (SCYTHE)
The player character slams the scythe in a forward arc in front of them, getting stuck in the ground before kicking forward to get back onto their feet. Sow
V2Action RedV2Action Red (SCYTHE)
The player character wildly swings the scythe forward in front of them, able to deal damage as they keep moving around. Acts as a more or less infinite version of Reap so long as the player isn't hit. Costs 2 uses.
Till
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red (SCYTHE)
The player character scrapes the ground with their scythe before pulling it up and doing a massive side-ways swing that deals a lot of damage. Costs 3 uses of the weapon. Death's Last Grace
V2Action GreenV2Action Red (SCYTHE)
The character strikes the scythe in a side-ways fashion, which can reflect projectiles.
Prod
V2Action Red (BERSERKER)
The player character holds the weapon in front of them, able to float around while they do a poking attack to enemies with the blade. Swing
V2Action RedV2Action Red (BERSERKER)
The player character swings the beserker in a diagonal cut, causing enemies to fly back.
Hook
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red (BERSERKER)
The player character then hooks the enemy back and deals a gut shot with the blade with a big hoist of the weapon. Eclipse Rimshot
V2Action PurpleV2Action Red (BERSERKER)
The character twists the beserker and can reflect projectiles at the enemy that threw them.
Shifter Switch
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
Switches the mode for the Shifter Axe. Shifter Reflect
V2Action BlueV2Action Green
When switching the weapon's mode in the air, the player gains a reflective barrier around them that reflects projectiles.
ColoredSandBottle

Colored Sand Bottle

A giant bottle of colored sand layered on top of each other, fashioned into a new interesting melee weapon just by gripping it like one. It doesn't have many uses, but it has some interesting attacks.
Uses 105 Uses 15 Uses
60 Uses 15 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 8
Stats Debuff (-) LUCK 4
Additional Effects Has a chance to inflict sleep on enemies
Base Movelist
Sandman
V2Action Red
Whacking the bottle against the enemy, the weapon deals damage while having the chance to put opponents to sleep. Sand Tornado
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character uncorks the bottle and sends out a sand tornado that entraps opponents into a damaging whirl of sand. Costs 2 uses.
Sand Slash
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character flings sand around them, blinding opponents momentarily before they are all whacked with a side-swipe from the glass. Costs 3 uses. Sand Drop
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character does a somersault in the air as sand drifts everywhere, inflicting either sleep or blindness onto their opponent.
CoconutBowlingBall

Coconut Bowling Ball

A real glass cannon of a item, the Coconut Bowling Ball does an absurd amount of damage, but severely decreases your speed and has incredibly few uses. It grows at the cost of additional uses, and doesn't provide much helpful benefits.
Uses 15 Uses 11 Uses
15 Uses 11 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 45
Stats Debuff (-) SPEED 23 (MIN: 5)
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Tropical Bowl
V2Action Red
The player character rolls the Coconut Bowling Ball towards either the nearest opponent or one that they have currently locked onto, dealing damage. Tropical Bowl x2
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The Coconut Bowling Ball doubles in size, giving it more of a chance to hit the target. Costs 2 uses.
Tropical Bowl x3
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The Coconut Bowling Ball triples in size, with the character rolling on top of it to control it's direction with a inverted control scheme. Deals massive damage but costs 3 uses. Drop Bowl
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character jumps in the air and drops the Coconut Bowling Ball from their hands, landing straight onto a nearby opponent to deal damage to their head.
JellyShellyShell64

Jelly Shelly Shell

The Jelly Shelly Shell is the home and protector of the back of Jelly Shellys, who formerly wandered the worlds under the Mistress of Weird's control. They're a lot more sparse now, but you might find one of their shells once in a while, allowing you to kick it around for attacks.
Uses 50 Uses 55 Uses
50 Uses 55 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 15
Stats Debuff (-) SPEED 7
Additional Effects N/A
Base Movelist
Kick-Off Shell
V2Action Red
The player character kicks the shell forward, dealing damage to opponents that the shell locks onto before spinning back to the player. Ride Shell
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character hops onto the shell, steering it through multiple enemies. Costs 2 uses.
Lazy Shell
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The shell expands in size as the player does a high kick to drop it onto enemies for massive damage, costing 3 uses. Jelly Bounce
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character jumps off the jelly surface of the shell, bouncing into the air for additional height.
ParasiteEye

Parasite Eye

The Parasite Eye is a modified Parasite that is meant to protect it's host- reprogrammed genetics make it very protective when called upon. It may have a mistaken love for it's host, it may seem, although the idea of using the Parasite to fight the Parasites is almost too good to not pass up.
Uses 438 Uses 112 Uses
250 Uses 112 Uses
Stats Buff (+) DEFENSE 10
Stats Debuff (-) ATTACK 5
Additional Effects Guards the player while active. Gives Xazalea a 25% boost to her attacks.
Base Movelist
Parasite Protect
V2Action Red
Acts as a full body guard as the Parasite protects it's host, pushing out spikes to deal damage to foes attempting to come into contact with it. Parasite Ball
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character is surrounded in a ball, which they can roll around in to squish opponents underneath to deal massive damage. Active for 460 frames. Costs 2 uses.
Parasite Beams
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The Parasite Eye shoots laser beams in an arc around it's host as it lifts them up in a hug, taking them into the air as the lasers hit the opponents to deal massive damage. Costs 3 uses. Parasite Zipline
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The player character jumps into the air and then the Parasite Eye shoots out a black webbing onto a opponent for the player character to then grip the wire and kick the opponent directly into the face.
MocheeCup

Mochee Cup

The Mochee Cup is a orbitar that follows the player character and attacks enemies by spilling coffee on them. They are fairly animated and are somewhat strange as a weapon, but the interesting thing is that while they are attacking the player can switch to another weapon without cancelling the Mochee Cup's attack.
Uses 244 Uses 222 Uses
300 Uses 222 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 4
Stats Debuff (-) DEFENSE 2
Additional Effects Guards the player while active.
Base Movelist
Coffee Drip
V2Action Red
The Mochee Cup floats over to the enemy to pour scalding hot coffee on them for as long as the player holds down the button. Mocha Drop
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The Mochee Cup floats over to the enemy and pours hot coffee on the enemy, but stays there for a set period of time. Active for 8 seconds. Costs 2 uses.
Boston Steamer
V2Action RedV2Action RedV2Action Red
The Mochee Cup squeezes its eyes as floats over to the enemy, a gushing waterfall of coffee being dropped on the enemy for twelve seconds for massive damage. Costs 3 uses. Coffee Puddle
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The player character jumps into the air and Mochee Cup attempts to follow them, spilling a bunch of coffee on the floor that will deal damage to opponents that step in the scalding hot puddle.
Bomb SB64

Basic Bomb

Bombs work differently from every other weapon in the game in that all characters have the same amount of uses for them and they are unbelievably simple with their move-sets. The basic bomb has no special properties, instead dealing damage in the form of explosions.
Uses 50 Uses 50 Uses
50 Uses 50 Uses
Stats Buff N/A
Stats Debuff N/A
Additional Effects (+) Up to 20 additional damage when exploding
Base Movelist
Bomb Set/Bomb Detonate
V2Action Red
The player character drops a bomb in front of them, which then can be set to detonate the next time the player hits the attack button. Bomb Kick
V2Action RedV2Action Purple
The character kicks a bomb with their foot, sending it flying. The player can then detonate it immediately afterwards with the attack button.
Bomb Lay
V2Action RedV2Action Green
The character throws a bomb directly underneath them while jumping, which causes it to explode. This is the fastest way to detonate a bomb.
FireBomb SB64

Fire Bombs

Fire Bombs are elemental bombs that utilize the element of fire into their explosion. They have the added effect of setting enemies on fire, although can be pacified with ice attacks.
Uses 50 Uses 50 Uses
50 Uses 50 Uses
Stats Buff N/A
Stats Debuff N/A
Additional Effects (+) Up to 20 additional damage when exploding

Fire elemental bonus

Base Movelist
Bomb Set/Bomb Detonate
V2Action Red
The player character drops a bomb in front of them, which then can be set to detonate the next time the player hits the attack button. When exploding, the explosion sets enemies caught in the explosion on fire, dealing persisting damage. Bomb Kick
V2Action RedV2Action Purple
The character kicks a bomb with their foot, sending it flying. The player can then detonate it immediately afterwards with the attack button.
Bomb Lay
V2Action RedV2Action Green
The character throws a bomb directly underneath them while jumping, which causes it to explode. This is the fastest way to detonate a bomb.
IceBomb SB64

Ice Bombs

Ice Bombs are elemental bombs that utilize the element of ice into their explosion. They have the added effect of freezing enemies, although can be pacified with fire attacks.
Uses 50 Uses 50 Uses
50 Uses 50 Uses
Stats Buff N/A
Stats Debuff N/A
Additional Effects (+) Up to 20 additional damage when exploding

Ice elemental bonus

Base Movelist
Bomb Set/Bomb Detonate
V2Action Red
The player character drops a bomb in front of them, which then can be set to detonate the next time the player hits the attack button. When exploding, the explosion encases enemies caught in the explosion into a frozen state, preventing them from moving. Bomb Kick
V2Action RedV2Action Purple
The character kicks a bomb with their foot, sending it flying. The player can then detonate it immediately afterwards with the attack button.
Bomb Lay
V2Action RedV2Action Green
The character throws a bomb directly underneath them while jumping, which causes it to explode. This is the fastest way to detonate a bomb.
CandyBomb SB64

Candy Bombs

Candy Bombs are elemental bombs that utilize the element of candy into their explosion. They have the added effect of creating soda explosions that slow and confuse enemies caught in it, although can be pacified with slime attacks.
Uses 50 Uses 50 Uses
50 Uses 50 Uses
Stats Buff N/A
Stats Debuff N/A
Additional Effects (+) Up to 20 additional damage when exploding

Candy elemental bonus

Base Movelist
Bomb Set/Bomb Detonate
V2Action Red
The player character drops a bomb in front of them, which then can be set to detonate the next time the player hits the attack button. When exploding, the explosion drenches opponents in soda, which slows and confuses them. Bomb Kick
V2Action RedV2Action Purple
The character kicks a bomb with their foot, sending it flying. The player can then detonate it immediately afterwards with the attack button.
Bomb Lay
V2Action RedV2Action Green
The character throws a bomb directly underneath them while jumping, which causes it to explode. This is the fastest way to detonate a bomb.
SlimeBomb SB64

Slime Bombs

Slime Bombs are elemental bombs that utilize the element of slime into their explosion. They have the added effect of creating goo puddles that the player can bounce off and slows enemies, although can be pacified with candy attacks.
Uses 50 Uses 50 Uses
50 Uses 50 Uses
Stats Buff N/A
Stats Debuff N/A
Additional Effects (+) Up to 20 additional damage when exploding

Slime elemental bonus

Base Movelist
Bomb Set/Bomb Detonate
V2Action Red
The player character drops a bomb in front of them, which then can be set to detonate the next time the player hits the attack button. When exploding, the explosion creates puddles of slime that the player can bounce off to get extra air as well as slow opponents who walk through it. Bomb Kick
V2Action RedV2Action Purple
The character kicks a bomb with their foot, sending it flying. The player can then detonate it immediately afterwards with the attack button.
Bomb Lay
V2Action RedV2Action Green
The character throws a bomb directly underneath them while jumping, which causes it to explode. This is the fastest way to detonate a bomb.
FireCards

Fire Cards

Fire Cards are one of the four elemental card decks. Like bombs, they have a set amount of uses for all characters, although they work much differently. As opposed to having a set attack, all attacks feed through the same attack input, which shuffles the cards and depending on what suit of card you get, you get a different resulting attack. You only get three cards to determine your attack, so three different attacks will occur when you stop shuffling.
Uses 52 Uses 52 Uses
52 Uses 52 Uses
Stats Buff N/A
Stats Debuff N/A
Additional Effects Fire elemental bonus
Base Movelist
Shuffle
V2Action Red
The player character shuffles the deck and pulls out three cards. The player can actually hold down the button to shuffle as long as they would like, with longer shuffling resulting in higher style. Getting hit will automatically cancel the shuffling and make the player lose style. After shuffling, three cards will appear, with their suits showing which three simultaneous attacks will occur as a result of the shuffle. Arson Ace
AceSuperBunea
An card with the Ace Suit will unleash a ace-tipped spear that shoots straight forward, impaling foes and burning them.
Coal Club
ClubsSuperBunea
An card with the Club Suit will unleash a avalanche of club-shaped coal that deals some moderate damage, but combined with flaming attacks will burn up and deal even more damage. Devouring Diamond
DiamondSuperBunea
An card with the Diamond Suit will unleash a flaming diamond that ensnares opponents into a black cube that is lit by other fire attacks, able to deal 4 damage per second once lit.
Hearth Heart
HeartSuperBunea
An card with the Heart Suit will unleash a flaming heart that heals the user by 5 health points.

100% Heart Level Weapons

Image + Name Info
RainbowNecklace

Rainbow Necklace

Mistress of Weird's 100% Heart Level weapon, it is made out of the fragments of the Rainbow Drop from the original Super Bunea World. The user of the weapon can refract light off the crystals to inflict elemental effects onto their foes, making it incredibly effective at taking down tougher opponents by making them weaker. A small drawback to this, however, is that it attracts enemies when it is out.
Uses 175 Uses 1325 Uses
700 Uses 525 Uses
Stats Buff (+) DEFENSE 9
Stats Debuff (-) ATTACK 6
Additional Effects Creates lighting effects that attract enemies.
Base Movelist
Refract
V2Action Red
(Green)
The player character refracts light off the green crystal, covering the enemy in slime that slows them down. Reflektor
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(Green)
A large, concentrated beam of green light hits the enemy, transforming them into a small slime that is unable to attack, merely hopping around. Uses up two uses. Does not work on bosses.
Refract
V2Action Red
(Blue)
The player character refracts light off the blue crystal, freezing the opponent for three to five seconds. Reflektor
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(Blue)
A large, concentrated beam of blue light hits the enemy, coating them in ice that will freeze them for five to eight seconds. Uses up two uses. Does not work on bosses.
Refract
V2Action Red
(Purple)
The player character refracts light off the purple crystal, coating the enemy in cotton candy that makes them stick to enemies, allowing for better crowd control. Reflektor
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(Purple)
A large, concentrated beam of purple light hits the enemy, coating them in candy that allows the user of the weapon to roll them like a ball and then slam them into the wall for massive damage. Uses up two uses. Does not work on bosses.
Refract
V2Action Red
(Red)
The player character refracts light off the red crystal, burning the enemy and inflicting damage over a period of time as long as the effect is active. Reflektor
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(Red)
A large, concentrated beam of red light hits the enemy, roasting the enemies into a blazing inferno that deals massive damage. Uses up two uses. Does work on bosses.
Refract
V2Action Red
(Yellow)
The player character refracts light off the yellow crystal, shocking the enemy and having a chance to paralyze the enemy. Reflektor
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(Yellow)
A large, concentrated beam of yellow light hits the enemy, electrocuting the enemy and dealing paralysis for a long period of time. Uses up two uses. Works on some bosses.
Switch Color
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The player character switches to the next crystal color without attacking. Love Link Charge
V2Action BlueV2Action Purple
Charges Mistress of Weird's Love Link Attack faster when held.
GwencidesHammerSB64

Gwenacide's Hammer

A replica of Gwenacide's hammer. The weapon can actually be used in two unique and different ways depending on how it's held and swung, either being used to knock opponents way back and into each other like a game of croquet or being used to slam opponents into the ground to deal even more damage.
Uses 875 Uses 225 Uses
500 Uses 225 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 30
Stats Debuff (-) LUCK 15
Additional Effects Able to flatten or ground opponents
Base Movelist
Croquet Combo
V2Action Red (CROQUET)
The player hits the opponent and launches them back. If they hit another opponent, the player teleports over there and can continue to launch both foes, continuing to teleport around and hitting opponents until either 7 seconds pass or the player fails to keep lining up shots with other enemies. Whack-A-Parasite
V2Action Red (HAMMER)
The player character slams the hammer down in front of them, squishing or burying the enemy with the attack. If a enemy is squished, they have a smaller hitbox but take double damage from attacks.
Wild Swing
V2Action RedV2Action Red
The player character swings the hammer around, dealing damage to foes nearby. Does not matter how the hammer is being held. Uses up two uses. Hammer Flip
V2Action GreenV2Action Red
The character does a spinning jump in the air with their whole body, dealing damage to opponents while in the air and then proceeding to flatten anyone underneath them.
Hold Change
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The player character switches how they hold the weapon. Love Link Charge
V2Action BlueV2Action Purple
Charges Gwenacide's Love Link Attack faster when held.
Motorblade

Motorblade

Camila's 100% Heart Level weapon, Camila crafted it specifically for her lover. The blade is able to be used as a normal sword-like weapon, but also as a motorcycle via a transformation. The rotating blades on the blade itself begin to whirr when her lover is getting a good Style Ranking, making it a incredibly good weapon with some okay starting stats.
Uses 875 Uses 225 Uses
500 Uses 225 Uses
Stats Buff (+) ATTACK 7
Stats Debuff (-) DEFENSE 4
Additional Effects Style Ranking buffs

Transforms into a motorcycle

Base Movelist
Motoswing
V2Action Red
(No Ranking)
The player character performs a powerful swinging attack across the enemy, dealing damage and knockback. Motoslash
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(No Ranking)
The player character juts the blade forward before following up with a slash attack that knocks the opponent to right or left.
Motoswing II
V2Action Red
(A Ranking)
The player character performs a powerful swinging attack across the enemy, dealing damage and knockback. The blades rev up when utilizing this version of the attack, dealing five extra damage. Motoslash II
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(A Ranking)
The player character juts the blade forward before following up with a slash attack that cuts into the opponent, making them stagger. With the blades reving up, it deals an additional five damage.
Motoswing III
V2Action Red
(SSS Ranking)
The player character performs a powerful swinging attack across the enemy, dealing damage and knockback. The blades rev up incredibly fast when utilizing this version of the attack, dealing ten extra damage. Motoslash III
V2Action RedV2Action Red
(SSS Ranking)
The player character juts the blade forward before following up with a slash attack that cuts into the opponent, knocking them down completely. With the blades reving up extremely fast, it deals an additional ten damage.
Transformer
V2Action BlueV2Action Red
The player character freely transforms the blade into a motorcycle or vice versa. Love Link Charge
V2Action BlueV2Action Purple
Charges Camila's Love Link Attack faster when held.

Items

Collectibles

Image + Name Info
LunarApple

Lunar Apples

Lunar Apples are the main collectible in Super Bunea 64, being collected through completing tasks or being found and collected. There are a ton of these, but the number of each varies from world to world. They must be collected to open up paths to new worlds and to complete the game.
BorbzSBW

Borbz

Borbz return as the main currency in Super Bunea 64 and are dropped from enemies as well as found in the open. There are three types of Borbz, each worth a different amount and have a different rarity.
  • Pink - Pink Borbz drop the most often (75%) and are worth 1 Borb.
  • Blue - Blue Borbz are decently rare (20%) and are worth 10 Borbz.
  • Orange - Orange Borbz are extremely rare (5%) and are worth 100 Borbz.
ManaBubble

Mana Bubbles

Mana Bubbles drop from enemies and spit out from chests, giving the player return on their magic meter without the need to drain a item to restore it. They do not drop when a character is in a Form.
HealthAtom

Health Atoms

Health Atoms drop from enemies and spit out from chests, giving the player some very light healing without needing a item or move to restore it. Pretty straight forward.
ShiftPoint

Shift Crystals

Shift Crystals drop from enemies and spit out from chests, restoring some of the shift bar without needing a item or move to restore it.
DemonHeart64

Demon Heart

Demon Hearts are scattered across the worlds in secret areas for characters to find. Each character has a total of 20 to find, with each Demon Heart extending 25 points of health when exchanged with Heart Sorceress Juliet.
AngelLungs

Angel Lungs

Angel Lungs are scattered across the worlds in secret areas for characters to find. Each character has a total of 20 to find, with each set of Angel Lungs extending 25 points of magic points when exchanged with Magic Sorceress Prospero.
Rainbow Scarab64 BloodOrangeRainbow Scarab64 MidnightRainbow Scarab64 SandRainbow Scarab64 GreenRainbow Scarab64 MintRainbow Scarab64 PinkRainbow Scarab64 Purple

Rainbow Scarabs

Like the previous game, Rainbow Scarabs are littered across the worlds, with every world having their own unique color this time around and having a total of 10 spread across the map. When found, they unlock a secret ending picture for each character. All 70 of the Rainbow Scarabs are shared between all four characters, meaning you do not have to collect them four times.
SoulSB64 CamilaSoulSB64 LacySoulSB64 MariaSoulSB64 LadyMontuletSoulSB64 Kamana

Souls

Souls are dropped by a few bosses in Bunea and Xazalea's routes and can be collected to gain EXP to level up faster, as well as being able to access cheaper prices in Biscuie's shop. Each Soul can be liquidized into Bunea/Xazalea to give her a ton of exp, with a formula of Boss Health x 1.5 - Time Against Boss. The faster Bunea or Xazalea defeats a boss, the more exp she will earn, although the difference becomes a bit more negligible later on. These have less importance in this game, although collecting them all will lead to a dark, hidden ending. Voidmato and Diablister do not collect Souls at all, instead getting Borbz and experience from all their boss battles.
SonicAmplifier

Sonic Amplifiers

Sonic Amplifiers are found across the worlds, usually either one per level or sometimes none at all. They are used by Xazalea and Bunea to clear off the parasite infecting the boss, allowing for a more friendly or romantic resolution to boss fights. They are single use for the world they are found in.

Charms

Weapons can be equipped with Charms, which allows them to carry passive effects for the character when that weapon is equipped. Up to three Charms can be placed on a weapon. Charms are a not a limited use item; once you obtain a Charm you can apply it to all your weapons that allow for Charms, however you can only apply a single version of that Charm onto the weapon. They visually dangle off the weapon that they're attached to, allowing for a little bit of customization.

Charms
NovaLapisCharm

Noval Crystallis Charm

NailBerryCharm
Nailberry Charm
CimyuloCharm
Cimyulo Charm
HakkulapesCharm
Hakkulapes Charm
Increases the rate of mana bubbles being dropped by 25%. Increases the power of melee attacks by three points. Slows the Shift meter down by a rate of 15%.
Does not effect attacks that drain Shift.
Increases the effects of collectibles like Health Atoms and Mana Bubbles by 15%.
LectroBananaCharm

Electro-Banana Charm

GolissoShellCharm
Golisso Shell Charm
LapisTearCharm
Lapis Tear Charm
JackOLanternCharm
Jack O' Lantern Charm
Adds a 25% chance of an paralyzing effect to the end of combo moves. Adds 3 DEF+ to your character so long as the charm is active on the weapon they're using. Speeds up the Shift Meter when active, but when fighting enemies, the Shift Meter will freeze. Adds an flaming explosion at the end of combo attacks that blow opponents back.
MoleculeCharm

Molecule Charm

MushroomCharm
Mushroom Charm
RubyPyramidCharm
Ruby Pyramid Charm
TikzakuEyeCharm
Tikzaku Eye Charm
Increases dash distance for Bunea. For everyone else, they gain 3+ to their Speed stat. Reduces landing lag for all characters. Adds a red parrying effect to parries that will stun enemies for a short time. Shows enemy spawn areas before they can spawn.
FireCharm
Fire Elemental Charm
IceCharm
Ice Elemental Charm
CandyCharm

Candy Elemental Charm

SlimeCharm
Slime Elemental Charm
Boosts the damage of fire based attacks by 15%. Boosts the damage of ice based attacks by 15%. Boosts the damage of candy based attacks by 15%. Boosts the damage of slime based attacks by 15%.
PixelXazaleaCharm
Pixel Xazalea Charm
PixelVoidmatoCharm
Pixel Voidmato Charm
PixelBuneaCharm

Pixel Bunea Charm

PixelDiablisterJrCharm
Pixel Diablister Jr. Charm
Slows the Shift Meter for Xazalea by 75%. Slows the Shift Meter for Voidmato by 75%. Slows the Shift Meter for Bunea by 75%. Slows the Shift Meter for Diablister Jr. by 75%.
ChocoXazaleaCharm
Choco Xazalea Charm
ChocoVoidmatoCharm
Choco Voidmato Charm
ChocoBuneaCharm

Choco Bunea Charm

ChocoDiablisterJrCharm
Choco Diablister Jr. Charm
Drains magic at a 0.5% slower rate for Xazalea. Drains magic at a 0.5% slower rate for Voidmato. Drains magic at a 0.5% slower rate for Bunea. Drains magic at a 0.5% slower rate for Diablister Jr.
PixelJazzCharm
Pixel Jazz Charm
StrangeBearCharm
Strange Bear Charm
InactiveSonaCharm
Inactive Sona Charm
ChellzobogCharm
Chellzobog Charm
Adds a slide to run, creating a slippery surface for enemies to slip on. Electrical attacks are powered by a rate of 1.5x and stun for longer. Guard draws enemies closer to the player in a magnetism effect, allowing for a quick follow-up after guarding. Slows enemies down when in a combo, with the time slowing effects increasing the bigger the style ranking. Style ranking becomes much harder.

Objects

Image + Name Info
Chocochest

Chocochest

Chocochests are magical chests that will carry all your objects that won't fit in your inventory, essentially giving you infinite cloud storage for your items. You can sort through your items at specific outposts located in the worlds, often seen next to a banner with a Chococarrot on it. They also come with your house when it is built.
XazaleaPixelBigVoidmatoSpriteBig
BuneaSpriteBigDiablisterJrBigSprite

Pixel Characters

Pixel Characters of Xazalea, Voidmato, Bunea, Diablister Jr. are hidden on walls and floor and can be found and attacked to reveal a Lunar Apple. These Pixel characters operate rather strangely; you cannot find the Pixel character of the character you are playing as, but you can find the other pixel characters that you are not playing as. When you find all of the pixel characters for each character, you will gain the Pixel charm for that character.

Worlds

Parasitic Grand Oak

Image + Name Info
ParasiticGrandOakMap

Parasite Grand Oak
World Patient Zero

The Grand Oak was once a place of woodland creatures and bugs, untamed from the other worlds. The parasite that has begun to spread from world to world apparently begun here and this world has been highly changed due to it, becoming much more dead inside. This is the first level of the game and Xazalea is the first character to visit it, finding Bunea inside. Bunea later visits this level to meet with the Oak Fairies, one of the few survivors of the Parasite Infection, to get her Forms. Voidmato and Diablister Jr. can optionally visit this level to find high-level bounties later on.
Lunar Apples
LunarApple
Roasting in the Ash Ruins
LunarApple
The Pod at Oak's North Surface
LunarApple
Emperor's Egg
Found at the ruins located to the far left of the map near the Grand Oak, sitting above a dying campfire. Found inside a parasitic pod attached to the Grand Oak's surface at the north side. Found inside a giant egg on one of the upper branches of the Grand Oak.
LunarApple
Oak Parasite Swarm #1
LunarApple
Dark Lake's Depths
LunarApple
Shallow Pond Stomp
Defeat the ten enemy parasite swarm that appears at north edge of the map. Found inside the lake located on the south of the map. Pin, bounce or otherwise apply pressure to the glowing spot inside the pond located on the north of the map.

Museum of the Weird

Image + Name Info
MuseumofWeirdMap

Museum of Weird
Home of Mistress of Weird

MuseumofWeirdCurrency
The Museum of Weird is home to the Mistress of Weird and her servants. Generally the easiest level of the game, mostly safe from the Parasite with most enemies returning from the first game to still provide some challenge but secluded off on the right and left side of the museum's outdoors. This level has vents and a hidden archives section to find, as well as the museum itself. You can even find the living quarters of Brakkara, Shardene, and Togea as well as the koi pond that Kelly Koi lives in. Of course, the main attraction is the Mistress of Weird herself, who gives you plenty of things to start your journey with.
Lunar Apples
LunarApple
Meet Mistress of Weird
LunarApple
Spot It! 1
LunarApple
Devil Dog Dig
Meet the Mistress of Weird and talk to her. Found inside the Painting Gallery's center wall, inside the portrait of the woman on a swing. Feed the Devil Dog a Dragon Fruit and have him guide you to the Lunar Apple hidden under the ground.

Carbo San Lucille

Image + Name Info
Carbo San LucilleMap

Carbo San Lucille
Carbonated Desert Resort Town

CarboSanLucilleCurrency
Carbo San Lucille is a desert resort town that has been seized by Charlotte. Known for it's carbonated oasises and now, it's biker gangs. It has many different landmarks and even features a gigantic town, although your access is limited until you defeat Camila and Mother Brigid, each of who hold control of separate, but fierce groups of people who aren't quite welcoming to strangers. Camila is fought by either Bunea or Xazalea, where as Mother Brigid is fought by Voidmato and Diablister Jr. during their initial mission.
Lunar Apples
LunarApple
Well, How About That?
LunarApple
Love Lake's Golden Fish
LunarApple
Welcome to Lucille City
Found in the well in the center of Lucille City. Catch the golden Swedish Fish inside Love Lake, the heart shaped body of water on the south side of the map. Given to you by the Lucille City tour guide when talked to.

Plastic Pelago

Image + Name Info
PlasticPelagoMap

Plastic Pelago
Trash Islands in the Dark Ocean

PlasticPelagoCurrency
Plastic Pelago is a chain of islands constructed out of the materials the other worlds threw away. The abandoned knick knacks on a dark ocean make for an ominous sight, but there is still beauty to be found. Not much is known about this world so far.
Lunar Apples
LunarApple
Rhinestone Eyes
LunarApple
Future Pixels
LunarApple
Scary Gargoyle
Get the rhinestone eyes to open to enter inside the Evacuator Bowels. Find the five pixel versions of Bunea hidden around the main island. Defeat the stone statue, which requires a style ranking of S to defeat, located in front of the octagonal towers in the upper center of the main island.

Boneventure Society

Image + Name Info
BoneventureSocietyMap

Boneventure Society
Soulful City

BoneventureCurrency
A graveyard filled with ghosts and other creepy crawlies that lurk in the dark. A large well sits in the center that leads to the creature city, which is infected with darkness. Not much is known about this world so far.
Lunar Apples
LunarApple
Grave Mistake
LunarApple
Didn't Want To Be Anyone's Ghost
LunarApple
Love Letters
Kick away the fake inflatable grave that is hiding a Lunar Apple. Activate the Ghost Racer in the Grave Yard and beat them to the goal to get this Lunar Apple. Find Peter's Boyfriend and help him with his romance advice column.

Ruby Pyramids

A highly advanced civilization that constructs pyramids to their goddesses and current ruler so that they can pass onto the afterlife. The queen is known for being quickly irritable and jumps to conclusions constantly.

Virtupine Space Station

Virtupine has built an even bigger space station, joining several chains of commands to help fight off the parasite threat. An old friend/flame of Bunea resides here as well...

Parasite Leviathan

This world-sized parasite eats everything in it's path. Gotta find a way out in this conveniently platfomer friendly innards!

House

The player can own a house in four currently known locations: the Museum of Weird, Carbo san Lucille, Boneventure Society, Ruby Pyramids. They can only do this by completing the objectives from the first visit, which actually can be skipped if the player obtains enough Lunar Apples to progress forward.

When the player has completed all the major objectives for a World's first visit, a real estate agent will appear in the throne room in the Museum of Weird, in Lucille City in Carbo San Lucille, Underground Metropolis in Boneventure Society, or the Crimson Village in Ruby Pyramids. There, they will talk to the player about an opportunity to buy a house from Honey Bumbler Real Estate, who will set up a house for the player in the world that they appear in.

The cost for a home varies from world to world, but when purchased, the player cannot purchase another home for the character unless they tear down the current one they have and talk to another real estate agent. Each character can own a single home.

Houses are very important in that they act as the new hub to access levels, as each world has a painting that can be purchased and then hung in the home that allows for quick access to various worlds. The furniture bought at the worlds can also be hung here. Additionally, any characters that Xazalea or Bunea are dating can be invited to their homes respectively to hang out, which will help their heart level stay up.

More information TBA.

Enemies

Common Enemies

These enemies appear in multiple, if not all levels. Unlike Super Bunea World which kept it's enemies mostly isolated to the worlds that they appeared in, Super Bunea 64 features several recurring enemies.

Image + Name Info
Skadergeist

Skadergeist

Skadergeists appear seemingly out of thin air or out of parasitic pods in the environment, being rather tough and aggressive. They are the more basic grunts of the parasitic swarm, attacking with clawed hands and putting up their hands to defend against attacks that are repeated against them.
Health Defense Attack
55-60 40-90 10-60
Reward
15-30 Borbz
Sekuell

Sekuell

Sekuells spin around in the air and then "swim" towards their target to attack with their lashing tentacles. They are drones sent from the parasite swarm. They are airborne, encouraging the player to use air attacks against them to deal damage to them.
Health Defense Attack
50-80 20-66 13-55
Reward
17-32 Borbz
Snellhielder

Snellhielder

Snellhielders are slow but extremely well defended and can spin in their shell to give them a smaller hitbox to attack. Snellhielders are the parasite swarm's main source of defense, hundreds can coat some of the more prized emissaries of the parasite.
Health Defense Attack
50-80 20-66 13-55
Reward
20-40 Borbz
Mossenake

Mossenake

Mosseneakes are skeletons infected with the parasite (and a bit of moss), moving lightning fast and coiling around their targets. Mossenakes are one of the faster common foes in the game, but one of the weakest, easily being one shotted if hit in the head.
Health Defense Attack
30-90 2-22 15-65
Weak Point
Head
Reward
20-40 Borbz
Yokuhari

Yokuhari

Yokuharis are floating yoakis that were infected with the parasite. They don't attack in traditional ways, using their voices to blow back their targets or infecting them with a mushroom poison. Hitting them in their eye on top of their head will inflict major damage.
Health Defense Attack
45-85 7-30 20-85
Unique Attacks
Screaming Blow-Back
Yokuharis blow back attacks and their targets with their screaming voices, keeping the player away from them.

Shroom Spore
Yokuharis release spores from their sleeves that infect the player with a poison that drains at their health and magic until the Yokuhari is defeated.

Weak Point
Eye
Reward
20-40 Borbz
PARA

PARA

PARAs are robotic creatures infected with the parasite, able to float above the ground using their thrusters, giving them unrivaled air mobility. They can also fire off purple energy balls that home onto the player.
Health Defense Attack
65-126 34-84 44-87
Unique Attacks
Homing Energy
PARAs fire off small energy balls that home towards the player, dealing damage.
Reward
35-99 Borbz
Twistbley

Twistbley

Twistbleyi are strange, fly like creatures with skulls for eyes, created likely out of the remains of corpses that fill some of the larger parasite's body mass. Twistbleyi fly in the air and dodge attacks, but can only do so one at a time, which means to defeat them you will have to follow up very quickly with another attack.
Health Defense Attack
50-100 40-90 33-89
Unique Attacks
Twistdodge
Twistbley will dodge any attack, but have a end lag that makes them quite punishable.
Reward
12-120 Borbz
Inkuremen

Inkuremen

Inkuremen are strange creatures that can sink into the floor as ink puddles, able to avoid the players attacks only to appear at a distance to fire off psy-blasts from afar. They can be annoying to deal with, but they don't have much health.
Health Defense Attack
40-90 20-70 35-77
Unique Attacks
Puddleblot
Inkuremen will drop to the ground as a puddle, being able to quickly move across the floor with a shortened hit box. They can still be hit by attacks but won't react and their defense is doubled in this state.

Psyche Blast
Inkuramen shoot a pyscho blast from their eyes that comes out in the form of a expanding ring that can be dashed or jumped through to dodge. Will neglect most shields.

Reward
14-150 Borbz
ParasitePuppet

Parasite Puppet

Parasite Puppets hang in the air like they have strings, but are really just controlled by the parasite. They used to be puppets once, but now they're another member of the endless string of parasites. Parasite Puppets ascend and descend in combat, making them tricky to kill if you lack options to deal with them efficiently.
Health Defense Attack
40-170 30-100 34-98
Unique Attacks
Parasite Axes
Parasite Puppets slash forward with their axes, sinking to the floor as they do so. If they do a undercut slashes, your character will fall over with a stunned state.
Reward
15-140 Borbz
ParasitePopper

Parasite Popper

Parasite Poppers are small parasites trapped in decorative "meat eggs", which feature a disgusting slimy texture and veins, topped off with a cute little blue bow. They hobble and shudder towards the player character before popping out, exposing the violent thrasher parasite inside. They are especially vulnerable while in this state, so the player should attack when it is active.
Health Defense Attack
30-160 30-100 (Egg)

10-67 (Parasite)

33-89
Unique Attacks
Parasite Surprise
Parasite Poppers open up their eggs to reveal the thrashing Parasite inside.
Reward
20-150 Borbz
Paracrystal

Paracrystal

Paracrystals are bits of parasite covered in very heavy steel shielding that float around, sometimes opening up to do a spinning blade attack with the same shielding that protects it.
Health Defense Attack
60-190 60-130 45-99
Unique Attacks
Shield Spinner
Paracrystals unfold their shielding as they spin around, exposing their weakpoint while they quickly spin around to attack.
Reward
30-180 Borbz
Butenacle

Butenacle

The Butenacle is a creature that lures people in with their songs and sernading melodies before wrapping them in screaming tentacles to engulf them, creating a new tentacle to utilize. Melee combat will be hard unless you manage to stun them. They are a floating enemy with a powerful absorbing grab.
Health Defense Attack
80-220 60-120 40-88
Unique Attacks
Tentacle Grab
The Butenacle grabs the player character and saps energy from them until they break free via Reaction Command.
Reward
35-175 Borbz

Parasitic Grand Oak Enemies

These enemies are introduced and primarily only in the Parasitic Grand Oak.

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Bumbler

Bumblers were once happy, buzzing creatures that lived inside of the Grand Oak, swapping honey from Bumbler to Bumbler until it made it to their queen. When the parasite attacked, the Bumblers quickly became part of their hivemind to attack anyone that attempted to infiltrate the Grand Oak.
Health Defense Attack
10-30 2-21 2-31
Reward
10-25 Borbz
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Parasite Mantis

Parasite Mantis seem uneffected by the Parasites, but one glance at the black cancerous goo that have replaced their arm gives it away. Parasite Mantis use their morphing blade arm to strike at their targets, striking forward quickly but having a long end lag at the end of their strike, allowing them to be punished.
Health Defense Attack
15-45 10-55 15-67
Reward
20-35 Borbz

Carbo San Lucille Enemies

These enemies are introduced and primarily only in Carbo San Lucille.

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FleshWheeler

Flesh Wheeler

Flesh Wheelers are fast speedy enemies that rev up towards their target, blasting sand behind them. They ram into their targets to deal damage, before skidding away. The best way to attack them is to attack first, or you will have to either wait until they attack again or chase them.
Health Defense Attack
25-85 19-80 10-50
Reward
16-50 Borbz
Reaction Command
Wheel Trick
The player character grabs the Flesh Wheeler by the head, able to drive them around for a short period of time before they either get kicked off or ram into a wall, which will deal 10 damage to the Flesh Wheeler. Flesh Wheelers deal 8 damage to enemies they run into while being controlled.
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Parasite Pumpkins

Pumpkins infected with the Parasite. Fairly weak enemies, as they just run towards the player character with their hands out stretched, wanting to grab onto them and weight down their speed. They are rather speedy, and their effects do seriously impact the player's speed and weight in combat. They can be defeated either before they latch on, or when the player manages to shake them off with a powerful attack.
Health Defense Attack
10-60 10-70 0-40
Reward
5-25 Borbz
Reaction Command
Pumpkin Golf
The player character swings their weapon like a golf club at the Parasite Pumpkin, able to line them up onto other enemies to deal 10-33 damage depending on how accurate their shot was.

Bosses

Bosses in Super Bunea 64 can be categorized as either Major or Targets. Major Bosses are either required to defeat or defeating them is part of the storyline for each visit to the worlds. In many cases, Bunea and Xazalea cannot directly talk to the bosses unless they either battle them and knock the parasite infecting them off by defeating the first phase of the fight, or finding a Sonic Amplifier to instead knock the parasite off them. Additionally, instead of collecting the bosses' soul automatically after killing the boss, Bunea and Xazalea now have the option to revive them instead. Reviving bosses can usually have a negative impact on their impression of you, which will make romancing them harder.

Bosses also now have revenge values. Revenge values are invisible counters that most bosses have that make them retaliate after long, extended combos with the same moves or after taking a certain amount of damage in a period of time. These retaliations are meant to punish the player for extending too long into their combos or not changing up their attacks enough. Having a high style ranking will trigger the revenge values later than they normally would occur. Contrary to popular belief of there being no indication for revenge values, bosses do actually have some kind of visual and audial cue for when they are about to hit the revenge value.

Major

Major Bosses are bosses that are required to defeat or befriend/romance to finish the game, often being linked to either the storyline progression or world visit progression.

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Nenderghast

The boss of Prolouge: Xazalea. Part of the parasite collective nestled around the grand oak, Nenderghast guards the entrance to Bunea's quarters. He can't be reasoned with, and if you don't do anything about him, you'll be covered in colored glass shards. He is the first boss you will face against, and you can only fight him as Xazalea. Nenderghast is a fairly interesting first boss fight that represents the danger the parasites pose to the universe that relies a lot on Reaction Commands.
Boss Stats
Attack 10
Speed 5
Defense 5
Luck 5
Health 100
Magic 100
Fight

Nenderghast fights on top of a stained glass arena, attempting to attack Xazalea with it's spear-like arm and attempt to grab her with it's elongated hand. Locking onto the foe to know where it's attacking is crucial, as the Nenderghast can often contort itself quickly out of Xazalea's view. It can also charge up a cyan energy ball that it will attempt to toss Xazalea into by tripping her up into the air, although Xazalea can deflect against this by tossing her weapon into it with a reaction command. It's weakpoint is the stomach.

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Mother Brigid

Mother Brigid is a nun overtaken by the parasite, completely transformed into a scary monster that scares the people of Lucille City and even some of the biker gangs there. Not too much is known about her given the secret lives that nuns live, but Mother Brigid did not act like this before the parasites came. The only way to cure this holy woman is to beat the parasite out of her, so Voidmato and Diablister Jr. will have to beat her in a fight to do so. Mother Brigid is the first boss you face as either Voidmato or Diablister Jr. and serves as a tutorial into the Targets system.
Boss Stats
Attack 10
Speed 17
Defense 10
Luck 5
Health 150
Magic 100
Fight

Mother Brigid is fought within a church building, giving her fight a lot of rectangular space for Voidmato to bounce off the walls and for Diablister's tentacle grasp to take ahold of Mother Brigid. Like Nenderghast, she is a single phase fight, quickly moving across the arena as a dark blot that moves across the ground before rising and attacking with tentacles that home towards the player, which they can shoot to stun and destroy. Mother Brigid can also be stun-locked, but her revenge values will kick in after a bit and blow the player back with a powerful parasite sphere attack. When her health lowers into it's last bits, Mother Brigid begins to speed up and makes it harder to fight her, but she is fairly easy in the grand scheme of things.

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Camila

Boss of Carbo San Lucille, and the leader of the biker gang Tire Maidens. She has been brainwashed by a parasite that travels through images, and seeks to take out the characters anyway she can so they don't get in Charlotte's way. She is found outside of Lucille City and when the player comes in contact with her gang's hideout, the boss fight will start right away, with no way to communicate with her unless the Sonic Amplifier was found prior to the fight. She is the first boss that can be either fought or befriended/romanced, more or less acting as the first true boss of the game.

SoulSB64 Camila

Boss Stats
Attack 15
Speed 25
Defense 8
Luck 10
Health 100
Magic 100
Fight
Phase 1

Camila rides on a motorcycle, chasing the player through the entirety of Carbo San Lucille in her first phase while swinging around a mace that she can launch at the player to do damage to them. She can also rev up her tire to leave a trail of fire behind her. She can slam into walls to be momentarily stunned. Her weakpoint is the front wheel of her tire, which can be blown out if the player deals enough damage. Due to the wide range of the fight, the player can attack her with a variety of attacks.

Phase 2
Camila's phase 2 will have her bring out a chain hook that she can latch onto the player and pull them to her, dealing massive damage as a result. The hook can be hit with attacks to be parried away. Additionally, Camila has a speed boost during her Phase 2. When defeated, she will crash into the nearest wall, with the parasite getting knocked out of her. The player can either try a very hard version of her befriend/romance route or hit her one more time to take her soul.

Befriend/Romance
Due to the parasite, Bunea and Xazalea will have to find a Sonic Amplifier to break the parasite's mind control first. This will also skip the fight initally, although they can piss her off by inputting wrong responses. Camila is generally very friendly, even flirty even, so befriending her or romancing her isn't super hard- just make sure she knows you're interested and she'll offer to let you ride on her motorcycle with her.
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Lacy Hasty

The first boss of Plastic Pelago, she is someone who has been trapped on the island for a while and wasn't exactly rational to begin with. Lacy goes around killing various parasites and plastic zombies on the island. TBA

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Boss Stats
Attack 15
Speed 25
Defense 8
Luck 10
Health 100
Magic 100
Fight
Phase 1

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Phase 2
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Befriend/Romance
TBA
MariaBunea

Maria

TBA
SoulSB64 Maria
Lady Montulet

Lady Montulet

TBA
SoulSB64 LadyMontulet
ElvaSB64

Elva

TBA
AzaleaSB64

Azalea

TBA
KamanaSB64

Kamana

TBA
SoulSB64 Kamana
CharlotteSuperBunea64

Charlotte

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SilasSB64

Silas

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Targets

Targets are bosses that have a bounty on their head and are usually associated with three Lunar Moons, however they are all optional. Voidmato and Diablister Jr. can take up Targets exclusively, however they can be fought by Bunea and Xazalea in the Boss Arena in Ruby Pyramids. They cannot be befriended or romanced, and Sonic Amplifiers do not work on them.

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DexuBoss

Infected Dexu 8X

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Secret Bosses

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Bynde

Bynde is the first of three secret bosses in the game, found in Parasitic Oak after completing the first visit. To find her, you will need to look near either of the ponds located on the map as the map goes to night, in which the crescent moon will rise. She will be then be found by one of the ponds, raising the water with the Aqua Stone. Mistaking the player for a parasitic threat, Bynde surrounds the area with a water barrier and begins to battle them.

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Bynde hails from the game Crestseeker, and this incarnation is actually not the same one from this game, being a different reincarnation of the same character that lives in the Super Bunea universe.

Boss Stats
Attack 30
Speed 25
Defense 15
Luck 10
Health 500
Magic 100
Fight
Phase 1

Bynde begins the fight with fighting the player from a distance, attacking the player with the bow with elemental tipped arrows coated with fire, ice, slime, and candy effects. Fire arrows deal burning damage to the player as long as the effect is active, but going in the pond or touching the water barrier will wash off the effect. The ice arrows will freeze the player and let Bynde attack with her sword. Slime arrows will slow the player down as globs of slime weigh down them, although they can be burned off with fire attacks. Candy arrows will transform the player into a helpless, harmless chocolate ball that can only roll around, wearing off after 5 seconds. Bynde can be very tough to deal with, so you will want to block or dodge her shots when possible and attack her closely to inflict hit stun, juggling her if possible. Her revenge values will kick in if you do this too long, and only decrease after a long time, in which the player will want to resort to powerful, but long to reload shots from a ranged weapon.
Phase 2
After taking half of her damage, Bynde appears rather winded and will take a moment to breathe hard, allowing the player to either continuing damaging her or running over to her to talk to her, leading to a befriend/romance route. When hit, Bynde unleashes the Ancient's Horn to do a charging attack that will break guards and shields, and then follow up by dropping a bunch of Gale Bombs that will lift the player into the air for Bynde to then snipe at with more arrows. The player needs to consider their spacing and dodging techniques as well continuing to hit Bynde with more melee attacks. Her revenge values take longer to activate, but she will bring out her Iron Shield if she continues to be attacked, parrying the player's attack to attack with Windcutter, which will deal massive damage to the player. When defeated, Bynde falls onto her knees either for the player to finish her off or to attempt a very hard version of her befriending/romance route. If finished off, Bynde does not leave a soul, instead disappearing in particles to be reborn.

Befriend/Romance
Bynde is a mute, so communicating with her is actually much tougher than one might realize. Bynde can generally understand Bunea and Xazalea, but is only willing to talk to them if they can get to her fast enough while she is winded at the beginning of her second phase in the fight, which requires a reaction command. Bynde communicates through her body language in response to your dialogue, so watching her either tense or relax from responses is key to befriending her. To romance her though, the player is actually going to need to find a blue diamond hidden in a cave in the world, which only appears at night. This can be obtained or before her fight, and can be gifted. Although neither Bunea or Xazalea is actually aware of this, this means a marriage proposal in Bynde's culture, which will be reflected in a secret ending scene if the player goes down this route.

Dating

Dating Partners and Information
RomancePartner KellyKoi

Kelly Koi

Kelly Koi is likely one of the first romance partners you'll get in the game, as you can romance her within minutes starting with Bunea's Prolouge mission, standing just in front of the door to the Mistress of Weird's throne room. Kelly Koi isn't much of a fighter, but when romanced Bunea and/or Xazalea will learn the Love Link Attack known as Bubble Cast. Her 100% Heart Level Weapon Gift is currently unknown.
Kelly Koi is polyamorous and is generally good with just about everyone. Her dislikes and likes are unknown at the moment.

Kelly Koi is generally low maintenance as well, usually seen serving the Mistress of Weird and is too busy doing that to ask her lover for attention. However, she does love the attention she does get and doing tasks for her will award her lover with some Lunar Apples, of which she holds three. She will ask her lover at random times to help her, although never during times when they appear busy.

Love Link Attack Weapon Gift
Bubble Cast Sword Koi
Kelly Koi pops out from a water portal, blowing bubbles out from a golden bubble blower that puts enemies inside of bubbles that stops them from attacking. With their arms interlinked, Kelly Koi and her lover spin around and release water shurikens that deal a total of 40 damage to all foes trapped in bubbles. Kelly Koi gifts the Sword Koi, a advanced version of the Sword Fish to her lover at 100% Heart Level. She will gift them a new one when it's uses run out.
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Heart Level Information
SB64 KellyKoiHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Kelly Koi will show up often at her lover's house, usually doing chores, of which her lover can request she stop much to her relief. She is often seen glancing lovingly at Bunea and/or Xazalea, of which her lover can kiss her if they find her doing this. She will award her lover with her weapon gift and will restock her for free.
SB64 KellyKoiHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Kelly Koi is seen less at the Museum of Weird, becoming more outgoing at the approval of the Mistress of Weird. Her Love Link fills up faster than before, and will sometimes visit her lover while they explore the worlds (provided it isn't their first visit), often giving her lover plenty of shift points to stay active.
SB64 KellyKoi50
50%
At 50% Heart, Kelly Koi will being to ask her lover to assist her in some of her duties to the Mistress of Weird, apparently staying up all night for a undisclosed project. When her lover completes all three of her missions, she will reveal the project was writing a love letter to her, and gives it her lover.
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25%
At 25% Heart, Kelly Koi is rather meek and sometimes hides from her lover, blushing if caught. This is where her lover starts the relationship at. Kelly Koi will occasionally ask to tag along with Bunea to her next destination, only to leave shortly after arriving.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Kelly Koi breaks up with Bunea, stating there's no hard feelings and that she's always welcome to try again, granted she actually visits her once in a while. This is only accomplished if her lover ignores her a total of five times or she gets killed by Togea and gets revived.
RomancePartner MistressofWeird

Mistress of Weird

Mistress of Weird is a odd woman who Bunea met from her past travels, although since she can't remember the Mistress of Weird due to her memories being locked in Xazalea, their relationship is essentially starting over. Mistress of Weird finds Bunea's lack of memory of her frustrating and wants to find the Bunea she knows- which she will discover over the course of the game, becoming a romance partner. Mistress of Weird gives Bunea/Xazalea the Love Link Attack known as Bizarre Sphinx. Her 100% Heart Level Weapon Gift is the Rainbow Necklace.
Mistress of Weird is very polyamorous, however she will not share her lover with her sister, Heart Sorceress Juliet. As such, to date both in the same save file, one character will have to date Juliet and the other will have to date Mistress of Weird.

Mistress of Weird is a fairly bizarre woman, living in a museum full of strange oddities she has collected. She has a past with Bunea that she sees in Xazalea, but she wants Bunea to remember who she is and what their relationship was as well. As such, over the course of the game, Bunea begins to relearn and Xazalea and Mistress of Weird connect over Bunea's memories.

Love Link Attack Weapon Gift
Bizarre Sphinx Rainbow Necklace
Mistress of Weird emerges from a bat shaped portal, atop a giant mechanical sphinx that fires a green ray that turns all enemies into defenseless black chickens while dealing 15 damage to them. The chicken state lasts 10 seconds, giving her lover plenty of time to beat the chickens up as the Mistress of Weird departs back to her museum. This weapon is actually the crushed up remains of a rainbow drop, giving it new powers that let the use refract light to do various effects to opponents or deal elemental damage.
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Heart Level Information
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Mistress of Weird accepts her lover as is. While it won't be the same- it may a better or at least different relationship, she is interested in them regardless. Mistress of Weird begins to invite over other lovers to the Museum to hang out with, as well as stopping by her lover's house. She also gifts her lover the Rainbow Necklace as a true symbol of love.
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, the Mistress of Weird begins to accept her lover for what they are as opposed to what they are not, but still wishes to fix this confusing mess. Her Love Link attack charges faster and now includes a kiss on the lips during the cutscene. Additionally, the VIP Club in the Museum of Weird is reopened, where other lovers the two have occasionally pop up.
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Mistress of Weird tries to connect with her lover more, whether it's reminiscing using Bunea's memories or trying to explain what they used to be. She generally looks distraught and tired on her throne.
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, the relationship with the Mistress of Weird begins. Mistress of Weird tends to avoid the topic of memories, instead trying to treat Bunea as a new person and pretends to forget that Xazalea has Bunea's memories. However, it clearly bothers her to see her lovers like this.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, the Mistress of Weird calls it off, telling Bunea to either find her memories or Xazalea to get Bunea's memories out because she can't handle it anymore and it doesn't seem like they can either. She cannot be killed by Togea, so this only really occurs if the player doesn't visit the Mistress of Weird for a very long time.
RomancePartner Juliet

Heart Sorceress Juliet

Heart Sorceress Juliet, also just known as Juliet, is a healer that travels across the worlds. Appearing as a helpful NPC that will heal you and extend your health at the cost of Demon Hearts, Heart Sorceress Juliet will slowly open up to you over the course of the game, becoming a viable romance partner. Juliet gives Bunea/Xazalea the Love Link Attack known as Ancient Turtle. Her 100% Heart Level Weapon Gift is the Heart Staff.
Juliet is polyamorous, however she will not share her lover with her sister, Mistress of Weird. As such, to date both in the same save file, one character will have to date Juilet and the other will have to date Mistress of Weird.

Juliet is a fairly mysterious dating partner- even at 100% Heart Level, the most you will probably be told about her is that she is the sister of Mistress of Weird. Heart Sorceress Juliet's purpose as a NPC are the same regardless of an relationship.

Love Link Attack Weapon Gift
Ancient Turtle Heart Staff
Heart Sorceress Juliet comes in through a heart shaped portal, riding on her giant turtle, which proceeds to stomp all over enemies, dealing 35 damage to up to 7 enemies, before vanishing out another portal. This weapon is a replica of her Heart Staff, which will heal the wielder given that they have magic and uses still available for it. Heart Sorceress Juliet will replace it if it runs out of uses.
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Heart Level Information
SB64 JulietHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Juliet will begin to appear at her lover's house with her turtle parked outside. She generally is seen writing or doing what appears to be occult things, which usually just end

up being rather mundane in result, like her creating a summoning circle to get lemonade. She gifts her lover with her weapon seemingly out of a whim.

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75%
At 75% Heart, Juliet will sometimes appear in the healing spring on the turtle's back, offering her lover to join her where she kisses them on the lips. Overall nothing changes except Juliet is visibly happy to see her lover and her Love Link Attack charges faster.
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50%
At 50% Heart, Juliet generally is more cheerful when talking to her lover, although not really changing much of her default expressions. This is notably where the relationship starts as opposed to the 25% mark.
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25%
At 25% Heart, Juliet kind of grows cold towards her lover, kind of wanting more time from them, although not really forward about it. She can often be seen sleeping on the back of her turtle at night in the cold, shivering in her sleep.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Juliet stops trying to contact her lover at all and starts to place the healing springs in obscure locations and will refuse to take Demon Hearts when asked for the first time, requiring a follow up. She is generally pretty upset and needs to be openly talked to if the player either wants to restore how things were prior to dating or if they want to retry the relationship. This only really happens if the player continues to only see Prospero for a long stretch of time or she is killed by Togea and then revived.
RomancePartner Prospero

Magic Sorceress Prospero

Heart Sorceress Prospero, also just known as Prospero, is a witch that travels across the worlds. Appearing as a helpful NPC that will restore your magic and extend your magic at the cost of Angel Hearts, Magic Sorceress Prospero will slowly open up to you over the course of the game, becoming a viable romance partner. Prospero gives Bunea/Xazalea the Love Link Attack known as Ancient Camel. Her 100% Heart Level Weapon Gift is the Twinnova Staff.
Prospero is polyamorous, however she will not share her lover with her sister, Charlotte. As such, to date both in the same save file, one character will have to date Prospero and the other will have to date Charlotte.

Prospero is a fairly timid woman who deals with anxiety issues and such requests her lover to come to her somewhat frequently if she is in a relationship with more than just her lover. Magic Sorceress Prospero's purpose as a NPC are the same regardless of an relationship.

Love Link Attack Weapon Gift
Ancient Camel Twinnova Staff
Magic Sorceress Prospero comes in through a star shaped portal, riding on her giant camel, which proceeds to spit all over enemies, entrapping them in poisoned spit before galloping away. The spit deals 3 damage per second and is active for 10 seconds. This weapon is a replica of her Twinnova Staff, which will be able to unleash fire and ice based spells. Heart Sorceress Juliet will replace it if it runs out of uses.
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Heart Level Information
SB64 ProsperoHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Prospero is extremely confident and often hangs out with the people she has a liking towards when not around her lover. She also shows up at her lover's house with the camel parked outside. She is usually seen playing video games or brewing potions. She gifts her lover with her weapon at this level, giving it to her as a surprise gift.
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75%
At 75% Heart, Prospero will sometimes appear swimming in the magic-restoring spring on the camel's back, offering her lover to join her where she kisses them on the lips. Prospero's Love Link attack charges faster as well, as well as giving her lover some magic-based weapons at random from time to time.
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50%
At 50% Heart, Prospero is happy to see her lover and nervously whispers asks for attention while talking to them, which her lover can follow up with a kiss after her dialogue is finished. This is notably where the relationship starts as opposed to the 25% mark.
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25%
At 25% Heart, Prospero gets really scared of her relationship status, constantly asking her lover to visit her and comfort. Other characters that her lover is dating will usually appear at her camel to help her breathe and relax.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Prospero sends a text asking the player if they want to break up, stating it's been really difficult for them to feel okay. Her lover can write her back and get her back to 25% heart level, although it will take less time for her to get back into this state again. This occurs after Prospero is ignored a total of ten times or is killed by Togea and then is revived.
RomancePartner Gwenacide

Gwenacide

Gwenacide is a bounty hunter and the twin sister of Gwenasis, being the "evil one" out of the two. Appearing only when any of the playable characters attempts to shoplift or throw villagers off cliffs, Gwenacide is a tough boss that doesn't give you a lot of leeway to talk, but if you stun her during the second phase of her fight, she'll be impressed enough to talk to you. Gwenacide gives Bunea/Xazalea the Love Link Attack known as Hammer Time. Her 100% Heart Level Weapon Gift is Gwenacide's Hammer.
Gwenacide is polyamorous, however she will not share her lover with her sister. As such, to date both in the same save file, one character will have to date Gwenacide and the other will have to date Gwenasis.

Gwenacide is a fierce fighter as well as a bit loopy, often requesting her lover to fight them until they have a single health left, then proceeds to make out with them after the grueling fight. Win or lose, Gwenacide is a good partner to have if you like to have a challenging combat partner fairly often.

Love Link Attack Weapon Gift
Hammer Time Gwencide's Hammer
Gwenacide comes through a pink portal, slamming into a foe with the head of her hammer, before swinging around wildly with her hammer at the edge of her hands, dealing 35 damage to five nearby foes before giving her lover a kiss on the cheek and heading back through her portal. This weapon is a replica of Gwenacide's hammer; as if she'd ever give you the real thing! You can find this Hammer's moveset in the weapons section. It gives a boost in refreshing Gwenacide's Love Link Attack as well.
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Heart Level Information
SB64 GwenacideHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Gwenacide will be much more relaxed and hang out at her lover's house if she has one, or otherwise try and show up in locations in the world near them. She can be asked to spar with anytime, and this will make her incredibly happy. She gifts a replica of her hammer known as Gwenacide's Hammer, and talks much more friendlier to her sister if they happen to be around too.
SB64 GwenacideHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Gwenacide requests her lover spar with her more often, and a lot harder too. Her Love Link Attack gets less recharge time, and she generally appears nicer and more controlled, although she still has somewhat violent tendencies.
SB64 Gwenacide50
50%
At 50% Heart, Gwenacide begins to periodically show up to ask her lover to spar with her, jumping up in joy if they accept. Win or lose, Gwenacide will still be very happy, and beating her will net you a Lunar Apple.
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25%
At 25% Heart, Gwenacide shows up in worlds that her lover is in, often showing off her hammer's destructive capabilities to the townfolk. If she sees her lover, she runs over to give them a tight bear hug and a few shift points for the trouble. This where her relationship starts at.
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At 0% Heart, Gwenacide angrily breaks up with Bunea, although never actually leaves them alone, still requesting visits from her. If her lover ignores her 10 more times, she will go completely silent until her lover sees her again, in which she will pretend to not see her while crying. If her lover visits her again or gives her a hello, her heart level will shoot back up to 25% again. To reach this state, you have to actively ignore her while at 25%. Surprisingly, getting killed by Togea does not effect her heart rating.
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Camila

Camila is the head of the biker gang known as the Tire Maidens. She was brainwashed by a parasite and answers only to it and a woman known as Charlotte- well, until Bunea/Xazalea use a Sonic Amplifier to shake off the parasite. After that, Camila is more than willing to listen to you, and even become lovers with you. Camila gives Bunea/Xazalea the Love Link Attack known as Tire Maiden. Her 100% Heart Level Weapon Gift is the Motorblade.
Camila is polyamorous and has her own lovers she talks about that are part of the Tire Maidens. She's generally cool with most characters, but she has a couple of people she just doesn't like...

Camila is a motorcyclist by heart. When she's not downing booze, she's out on the desert track with her motorcycle, either taking her lover for a joy ride or requesting them race her for a set of two Lunar Apples. She can be used to traverse the wide expanses of Carbo San Lucille faster without draining magic to do so.

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Camila arrives out of a portal created out of fire, spinning her motorcycle around before running through ten enemies to deal 20 damage each. She blows a kiss to her lover before disappearing. Motorblade is a sword that transforms into a motorcycle, giving Bunea faster traversal options and a melee weapon on a dime. Camila will repair the sword if it runs out of uses.
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Heart Level Information
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At 100% Heart, Camila appears at various parts of the city on her motorcycle without her lover needing to call for her assistance. She also stops appearing at bars alone and depressed entirely, usually appearing with other lovers if she's at the bar at all. She gifts the Motorblade to her lover, claiming it's a cheesy gift.
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At 75% Heart, Camila can be summoned at various bus signs to ride on her motorcycle in Carbo San Lucille. Her Love Link attack also gets less recharge time.
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At 50% Heart, Camila will ask her lover to race her every once in a while, which can net them two Lunar Apples if they beat both of her times.
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At 25% Heart, Camila will ride by her motorcycle to talk to her lover on occassion. She will also sometimes appear in bars completely drunk and depressed, which persists until 100% heart level. The player can take her somewhere safe for the night, in which Camila will give her lover a couple extra shift points the next time they land on a different world via mail. Her relationship starts at this level.
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At 0% Heart, Camila breaks up with her lover, and can be often found at bars depressed and drunk but somehow sober enough to tell Bunea/Xazalea that she doesn't want their help. Bunea/Xazalea can find her at the Tire Maidens hang out to try and give the relationship another shot. This occurs if the player ignores her five times or she gets killed by Togea and then is revived.

Mini-Games

Voll Beat

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Voll Beat is one of the three mini-games that is accessible through the console in Vaisha's room. The game is a low-poly rhythm game that sees the titular Voll run through a tunnel, of which they can traverse completely, from the walls to ceiling. They are collecting music notes, which will light up panels that appear under Voll; lighting all of them will progress Voll to the next "level". Voll will also occasionally find enemies that litter the playing field and eat notes, which he needs to defeat with his Spiral Dash move.

As Voll progresses through the game, the timing becomes quicker to hit each note and more enemies appear. The game has no true ending, as it will stay on Level 100 with no progression or regression until the player loses, which can be achieved by missing too many notes or having enemies gobble up too many notes.

Jazz Turpentine

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Jazz Turpentine is one of the three mini-games that is accessible through the console in Vaisha's room. Jazz Turpentine is a speed-based platformer starring the titular alien creature known as Jazz Turpentine, a gender-ambigious alien that wants to rescue their girlfriend from the clutches of Mefario. Uniquely, Jazz Turpentine can spray the ground in front of them in oil that allows them to slip forward to increase their speed or slide through enemies. Additionally, they can deflect projectiles with this oil.

Jazz Turpentine has a total of ten levels in total, each featuring a different layout and gimmick to the level. There is also a total of two bosses in the game (Steel Jazz and Mefario). The game is completed upon Mefario's defeat, and a ending cutscene plays afterwards. There is then a harder difficulty of the game that then unlocks, which replaces all the enemies with tougher ones and gives less time for each level.

Kill Em All '98

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Kill Em All '98 is one of the three mini-games that is accessible through the console in Vaisha's room. Kill Em All '98 is a first person shooter in the style of DOOM, which has you play as a revenge lawyer named Alice Kisses, who finds herself in a mall when suddenly zombies attack. With mall evacuating, Alice takes up a shotgun and starts to mow through the zombies, looking for a source in the three levels of the mall. Alice is a very quick character that obtains five different weapons over the course of the game: the shotgun, the twin pistols, the nail bat, the mummified medallion, and the dragon shotgun.

There are a total of three levels and bosses total, with the goal of each level to clear out every single zombie before the boss appears in the level, often moving around as the fight continues. When enemies are weak on health, Alice can follow up with a brutal fatality move that tears the enemies limbs off. Vaisha notes that this game is rather violent, although has a weird ending... maybe give it a shot?

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Trivia

Development

  • Super Bunea 64 begun development on February 28, 2018, during the ending phase of the original game.
  • The "64" part of the title refers to this game taking the series into the third dimension, although many of it's mechanics and such actually take from RPGs and Character Action games, de-emphasizing the platforming aspects of the series. World design was very much based off Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Odyssey, as well as objective design.
    • Likewise, the next mainline entry in the Super Mario series after Super Mario World was Super Mario 64, sticking to the format for it's names in the main series.
  • Xazalea being the most prominent character was to reflect that she was more the main character of this story than any of the three other characters, as she has a direct struggle with the main antagonist of the story. Additionally, her being the first playable main character was a nod to Roxas from Kingdom Hearts II, as well as her memory issues.
  • Originally both Xazalea and Bunea were both set to have forms that were mostly closely linked to the Drive Forms seen in Kingdom Hearts II, even adopting the same names (Valor, Wisdom, Master, Anti, Limit, Final). This was scrapped when movesets for each character were introduced and forms were altered from their original concepts to be complete moveset transformations.
    • A completely scrapped form known as the Diamond Form was sketched for Bunea. Not much is known about this form.
    • A video-game themed form, earned after reaching certain requirements in the mini-games was briefly considered, but was scrapped as well.
    • Another form, which was visually inspired by 2B from Nier Automata was also scrapped during development. It was known as the Silent Form, and would have featured a swordsmaster moveset for Bunea, as well as utilizing a kick off move (which would have seen Bunea kick off a Dexbot) as opposed to a dash. This kick off move had aerial properties and would have given Bunea a lot of aerial combat potential.
    • Originally Xazalea would have had a parasite form, but instead was given a Purified Form to differ her from Bunea and giving her a less-parasite focused moveset.
  • The fourth character may have not originally been Diablister Jr., but could have been Vulpea, Mistress of Weird, or a entirely different character that had an apple for a head that was going to be male. Eventually it was decided that Diablister Jr. was probably the best choice of the four, although whether those other characters will be unlockable in the future is yet to be determined.
    • The apple head character was later used for the traveling NPC known as Jack Apple. His dialogue in the game, while sleeping, has him vividly talk in his sleep about going on adventures with Bunea and Voidmato. This is a nod to this early period in development.
    • Early in development, both Bunea and Vulpea would have been stuck inside cages, with Xazalea deciding which one to free. This was scrapped fairly early on, as the choice didn't really seem to make much sense.
  • Concept art shows that Camilia was the first planned boss for the game, as well as her world Carbo San Lucille. The Flesh Wheeler was also the first planned enemy for the game, appearing in the first concept art. Additionally, the game was called Super Bunea World 2 in the earliest development phases.
  • The earliest story for the game would have featured Bunea going into Vaisha's video game console to go into other worlds, however this was scrapped when multiple characters were introduced and the direction for the project changed.
  • It was unclear if Super Bunea Mayhem was going to be treated as canon in future installments- Super Bunea 64 confirmed that it was canon to a extent given that many references to the game appear and that the player can meet characters that only appeared in that installment.
  • A very early design for Bunea's 64 design showed her with a scarf, although this was scrapped as Unten and other characters already utilize a scarf and it was deemed a bit of a tired design trait.

References

  • Diablister Jr., like Diablister, is a parody of Bowser Jr, with their mask resembling a Koopaling looking somewhat similar to Larry Koopa. Just like Bowser Jr., Diablister Jr. wants to be a villain just like their dad, although there has obviously been more of a twist on this.
    • Additionally, Diablister Jr's mask mechanics were based off the masks from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Masks, more so on a conceptual level, where as their actual behavior is more akin to Shulk's arts mechanic from Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
  • Game mechanics was inspired by Super Mario 64, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario Sunshine, Kingdom Hearts II, NiEr: Automata, Devil May Cry, God Hand and Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance.
  • The changes to bosses was to make the player feel less guilty for fighting them as well as making them a lot more interesting fights given the focus on new combat mechanics.
  • Whenever Voidmato picks up healing items, he says "I love it!" as a reference to God Hand.
    • Additionally, some common enemies shout "You're not Alexander!" at him during combat, also a reference to God Hand.
  • The design of the Slime and Ice & Candy and Fire Pistols was based off the design for Helena (tbc)'s external hard drive.
  • The elements in this game (Fire, Ice, Slime, and Candy) were inspired off Adventure Time's version of the four elements as opposed to a more traditional Fire, Water, Earth, and Thunder or other common variants to give the general elemental system of the game a more interesting feel. It should be noted that the previous game, Super Bunea World, had a somewhat more standard elemental system with it's bombs.
    • Additionally, this is not the first time a elemental system using the Fire, Ice, Slime, and Candy elements has been used in a Toroko work before- Shuriken from the collaboration game Conatus utilizes the same elements.
  • The Charms are based off cell-phone charms, which are popular in Japan. These are looped into the phone's loop or through a loop created by sticking a loop into a phone's headphone jack. They are used to customize the phone much in the same way the Charms on the weapons are used, minus the benefits they provide in gameplay.
  • The game features multiple references to Haukohi's Haven, seemingly confirming them as part of the same universe.
    • Maria mentions Cherry Garcia as a shipmate prior to her crash onto Plastic Pelago, which was caused by a storm.
    • Gwenasis makes reference to her trip to Kaululu during her appearance in the game. This is keeping in line with her mug of Taigken and her appearance in the game.
    • Several of the fruits that appear in Haukohi's Haven make appearance as charms to equip to weapons.

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