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Developer(s) Toroko2018
Publisher(s) Toroko2018
Platform(s) V2LogoBuneaTimeStrike Falcon
Genre(s) Platformer, Action RPG, Beat-Em Up, Dating Simulator
Release Date(s)  ???
Age Rating(s) E10Rating
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SuperBuneaWorld

Super Bunea World is a game that is primarily a platformer with RPG, Beat-Em-Up, and Dating Simulator elements created for The V² by Toroko. The game features a entirely original world with original characters (save a single cameo by Zellen Harley Quimbleson and a bonus battle with Chain). The game stars a girl named Bunea who is on the run after she stole something, although the player isn't told what this "something" is for the majority of the game. The game revolves around her journey across various worlds, on the run. The player can go through several different routes both in level progression and in the story.

The game has been critically acclaimed, creating the successful Super Bunea franchise. A semi-sequel called Super Bunea Mayhem by Samtendo09 (tbc) was created for a Series Swap Day, beginning the Gaiden entries in the series. It was also re-released as a launch title for the TimeStrike Falcon. Super Bunea 64 would act as the true sequel for this game, following up much of it's events.

Gameplay

Overview

Super Bunea World is a platformer with a emphasis on combat. Bunea can carry around several weapons, swapping through them using the scroll wheel on the controller. Each weapon has a use rate that will slowly go down the more the player uses it, and will shatter when it's use rate is down to zero.

The player can preform a double jump by tapping the jump button twice. The player can run and get more distance for their jumps pushing the control stick to build up to running speed. They can also build instant momentum by pressing the dash button. While in the air, the player can press the dash button to preform a air dash. By pressing down, Bunea can use her cloak to float across the air.

In underwater sections, Bunea has unlimited time underwater but cannot dash. She can preform various swimming strokes by pressing the dash button instead, allowing her to progress quickly through the water. She can also jump indefinitely under the water.

Bunea gains EXP by defeating enemies, which increases up her attack, speed, defense, attractiveness and luck stats.

  • Attack - How much damage Bunea can dish out.
  • Speed - How fast Bunea can be.
  • Defense - How much damage Bunea can take from enemies without the use of a shield weapon.
  • Attractiveness - How well flirting with bosses works.
  • Luck - How often "criticals" to any of these stats occur.

World Progression

Super Bunea World features eight worlds, each with a different theme and enemies exclusive to that theme. Each of the eight worlds contain multiple levels, although the number of levels can vary from world to world. Bunea needs to make to the Edge of each world, and some worlds have multiple progression paths to get there. The Edge of each world also gives Bunea a heavy amount of EXP for getting there. However, each Edge of the world also contains a boss.

Facing Bosses

When Bunea reaches the Edge of each of the worlds, she must face off a boss. She is then treated to a dialogue box where she can talk it out with the boss. This gives the player some choices in how they treat bosses; they can either skip straight to the fight or attempt to talk the situation out with the boss. The player can also flirt with each boss. Should the player manage to befriend or romance bosses, they also can get help from them later on and receive gifts from them. The player can romance multiple bosses, although a polygamous relationship is harder to maintain and not all bosses that are charmed by you may be cool with it.

Should the player skip straight to the boss fight, they will have to fight against the boss and defeat them. Each boss drops a bunch of EXP as well as a Soul, which the player can collect to liquidize into even more EXP. At the cost of this though, it will become much harder to reason with certain bosses, although this might be the opposite case for some of the other bosses.

Controls

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Plot

Main Story: Super Bunea World

The game begins with Bunea exiting down some steps as some Edgy Eddies roll after her, but she quickly dashes away. The player can see her shift something into her hood as she does, and the adventure begins as Bunea dashes through the edge, landing in World 1: Chococarrot Charge.

From here, the adventure begins. Bunea progresses through the worlds at a breakneck pace, dealing with the bosses in her own way. More details on these encounters can be found in the respective bosses section.

Over the course of the game, the player will get hints as to what exactly Bunea stole from the building at the start. These are spoken by the bosses, although what exactly it is never actually spoken until World 7.

  • Liz Izzard: "Give it back! You can't go home."
  • Gwenasis: "You stole something very important to the Mistress... but I honestly can't remember what is, or... care, really."
  • Tikzaku: "You're the girl with the world in her palm, huh?"
  • Shardene: "You really have no shame being a pretender to get what you want, huh? And for something so big too..."
  • Vaisha: "Amazing... how the worlds sparkle at night. There used to be more... I guess there's no harm in clearing in the sky."
  • Anaheim: "A real warrior keeps the world under their feet. Let's see how you fare, considering."
  • Lydia: "Hey, I don't really know what you stole, I'm just here to make sushi and keep my head low. But... we got rules around here and we gotta keep things in order for the Mistress. I apologize in advance."

With World 7, it's a lot more obvious at what they're getting at.

  • Moona: "Aw... it's so cute that you're carrying around your home world with you... but it's not your's... sorry..."

After defeating Snowtato Slushlands and taking care of it's boss, it's time to take on the Exhausted End.

Good Ending

To get the good ending, generally you need to have made friends with most of the bosses. Although you CAN get the good ending if Lydia and Moona are killed, they will not appear in the ending celebration. Additionally, you can get the good ending if just those two are alive. Another variable to get the good ending is how you deal with the final boss. Killing her will trigger the bad ending, but making friends with her or becoming her girlfriend will trigger the good ending.

At the end of the game, the last three levels of the Exhausted End take place in the Museum of the Weird. These levels are a collection of strange artifacts, and those are more detailed in those respective level sections. At the end of the Museum of Weird is the encounter with the Mistress of Weird, the final boss of the game.

Should Bunea talk her out of her imperialistic nature, the Mistress of the Weird will free the worlds from her grip, although this development will take years to fully fix the damage she has caused. The Mistress of Weird becomes so distraught over her actions she nearly becomes suicidal, which Bunea has to comfort her out of. After this, the two will become friends, and if they player should pursue it, lovers. The game ends on a happy note, with Bunea finally being able to visit her home planet (along with those she has grown close to), although she states that she now feels the winds of other worlds begging to be explored.

Bad Ending

Should Bunea fight the Mistress of Weird and defeat her and collect her soul (and if she has collected the rest of the bosses souls), she takes over the Museum of the Weird herself and redubs herself Vulpea, changing her outfit as well. This ends the game on a somewhat sad note, as Vulpea's personality shift causes her to keep the other worlds in their bottles, and even begins to bottle the ones up that the player has been through, becoming her own Mistress of the Weird.

Side Story: Super Voidmato World

Beginning with the assassination of a Galaxburgian, we first get a glimpse of Voidmato as a sniper on the rooftop of the Museum of the Weird. The alarms go off in the building, with the personal bodyguards being sent off after Voidmato. Voidmato pulls off a Void Grenade and returns to his shabby apartment, although when he gets there a demonic creature named Diablister informs him he has a debt to pay and that he has taken away what Voidmato finds most precious to him. Voidmato stares at the couch and gasps, with Diablister telling him to assassinate the Mistress of the Weird and the bosses of each of the worlds she has conquered, although this is mostly so Voidmato can grab their most prized possessions. Voidmato sets off.

Voidmato can only fight the bosses, although not steal their souls, merely just the prized possessions of each boss. The prized possessions are listed in the Boss section, although a recap is listed below:

  • Liz Izzard - Small mechanical bird named "Clementine"
  • Gwenasis - Coffee mug shaped like a tiki head
  • Tikzaku - Eyeball microphone
  • Shardene - Bucket of tuna fish
  • Vaisha - Virtusystem 64
  • Anaheim - Anaheim's Axe
  • Togea - Bunea's XXX
  • Lydia - Sushi-themed sleeping bag
  • Moona - Moon flowers bonquet
  • Brakkara - Steel stingray
  • Mistress of Weird - Rainbow potion

After obtaining these prized possessions, Voidmato returns to his apartment, only to learn that Diablister isn't holding up his end of the bargain and taunts Voidmato into going to his home world, a small world hidden from view that is a flaming junkyard. The bosses locate Voidmato and intend to destroy him, but he tells them what his story is and what exactly Diablister is keeping from him. As he explains, he went to Diablister to procure a extra 50 dollars to buy his girlfriend, Roxanne, a gift, that being a stuffed toy of a Oni. He was unable to pay Diablister after the scheduled week, and as such Diablister has been keeping her hostage. The bosses decide to help Voidmato, but only if they all get to punch him, which he agrees to.

After arriving at Diablister's Junkyard Junction, Voidmato goes through the levels with the assistance of the nine~ bosses helping him through in their own unique way. Those are listed in the Junkyard Junction level listings. After finally reaching Diablister, Voidmato fights him and defeats him. The junkyard rig is set to explode shortly after defeating Diablister and grabbing Roxanne, the two barely escape the explosion. The two watch as it crumbles in the distance, sharing a kiss. Voidmato offers to take Roxanne on a date to Lydia's sushi resturant, and Roxanne agrees, following Voidmato as he uses a Void Grenade to head to Laser Lake. The story ends on a happy note as the two go on their date at the sushi restaurant.

Differences

While Voidmato and Bunea's stories go through the same worlds in the same order, Voidmato's story takes place after Bunea's and reflects this. Additionally, Voidmato has a couple of gameplay differences that effects his story.

  • Voidmato cannot dash, but can walljump.
  • Voidmato never faces against Dexa-9E due to Dexa-9E being destroyed prior to his story.
  • Voidmato cannot make friends with the bosses or romance them.
  • Voidmato has a exclusive world and boss to his story campaign.
  • Voidmato only has a single ending for his story and is generally more linear.
  • Voidmato gets less uses out of melee weapons.
  • Voidmato gets more uses out of ranged weapons.
  • Voidmato cannot obtain boss souls, but can picked up prized possessions instead.
  • Voidmato gets Dexo-F4 as his robotic companion instead of Dexa.
  • Voidmato doesn't have to do Scrape Goat's side quest as Scrape Goat's family will be already be found by Bunea earlier. He can skip fighting Shardene if he goes the alternate route though.
  • Voidmato doesn't have to upgrade Dexo-F4, relegating the alternate level in Virtupine pointless.
  • Mint Tezuka does not appear in Snowtato Slushlands.
  • Voidmato does not receive bonuses from Scraper Goat.

Characters

Playable

Image + Name Info
Bunea

Bunea

Bunea is a girl who stole something. Born a thief, she will probably always remain one. But this thing that she stole... it was really important. She knows she messed up, but there's only running from it that she can do now. She is comptent in all weapons, but none are really her specialty, so to speak.
Starting Stats
Attack 10
Speed 15
Defense 10
Attractiveness 15
Luck 7
VoidmatoBunea

Voidmato


Unlocked after completing the game once.


Voidmato is a odd character who is unlocked after the game is completed. He cannot romance characters, as his nature inclination to violence permits him from that. He is a assassin by trade and was sent by a mysterious organization to take out the bosses of the game, although unlike Bunea he does not take their souls but rather prized possessions. He is specialized with guns.

Starting Stats
Attack 20
Speed 25
Defense 5
Attractiveness 0
Luck 17
Vulpea

Vulpea

Not a real seperate character in the traditional sense, but Bunea will become Vulpea upon completing the bad ending. Vulpea has the same stats the player had at the end of the game, all that changes is the costume.

NPCS

Image + Name Info
ScrapeGoat

Scrape Goat

Scrape Goat can boil down old weapons that Bunea doesn't need anymore and convert them into raw materials into new weapons. Scrape Goat is rendered in a pixel style that's completely different from the rest of the cast due to the fact he comes from the Dimensional Dungeon. The player, when they reach Dimensional Dungeon, can free his family from there in a optional side mission. By rescuing them, Scrape Goat will have lower fees and generally be happier to see the player, showering them with bonuses.
Dexa

Dexa

Dexa collects information about everything Bunea collects or comes across and can fill in Bunea the information from the pause menu. Dexa is from Virtupine, and the player can upgrade her capacities immensely in a side mission when they get to Virtupine. After this side mission, Dexa is able to collect more than just basic descriptions, but also numbers, skills, weakpoints, and more for enemies, bosses, and weapons.
Dexo-F4

Dexo-F4

In Voidmato's story, Dexo-F4 acts as Voidmato's personal informatio collecting droid and helps Voidmato get into Virtuapine Virtuaworld. His infortmation circuits have been already upgraded, and can thus fill Voidmato in on the numbers, skills, weakpoints, and more for enemies, bosses, and weapons.
HeartSorceressJuliet

Heart Sorceress Juliet

Juliet is a Heart Sorceress, who appears in her traveling spring on top of a giant turtle's back in each world. She heals Bunea up when Bunea goes to visit her, and Bunea can exchange five Demon Hearts for health upgrades. She is hinted to be a darker character than she appears, as her health upgrade spells have a somewhat demonic tone to them, as well as implying that she has partial command over Bunea's soul (with each health upgrade being a "chained anchor" to her soul). She is also implied to be the sister of the Mistress of Weird, the main antagonist of the game.
Borbie

Borbie

Borbie travels via a traveling circus, requesting either Borbz or Tandem Tablets to play her minigame. Bunea or Voidmato can pay up to play through a target destroying time trial, of which each target awards a set amount of Borbz, ranging from 100, 200, 500, 700, 1,000, or even 10,000 Borbz. Borbie's minigame costs 1,000 Borbz a minute or a single Tandem Tablet for a minute. Borbie is depicted as a shifty and somewhat sleazy character, and during the last 30 seconds will release enemies into the target stage to hopefully trip up her customers so they pay her for another attempt. Despite this, she really only does this so she can get enough money to finally leave the circus life behind, given her crippling debt.
ZellenSuperBuneaWorld

Zellen Harley Quimbleson

Zellen Harley Quimbleson appears in World 3: Dimensional Dungeon and has her own icon on the map. When the player goes over there, she can scan amiibo to pull exclusive weapons to the player. When the player's attractiveness stat is over 100, she will also begin to flirt with them. This doesn't actually amount to anything aside from the rare occasion she asks the player to share a drink of Helix Juice with her, which ends in a kiss should the player be okay with it.
TurnipBoy SBH

Turnip Boys

Turnip Boys are characters that pop up in levels, often walking around aimlessly and Bunea can talk to them, although they usually have nothing of worth to say. They can be picked up and thrown at other enemies, taking them out. Turnip Boys are excited about the concept of death and don't mind being dropped into a pit either, seeing it as their ticket to the next stage in life.
Qwestove

Qwestove

A mysterious species of men that wear red paper bags with a question mark on it. They drop power-ups and weapons when Bunea either hits them, shoots them, or touches them. They then dash off.
MasherGoat

Masher Goat

Masher Goat is found in the second route's World 3-3, found in a cage in one of the rooms that Bunea needs to rotate. When freed, she will assist Scraper Goat in melting down old weapons Bunea or Voidmato gives them.
FlipperGoat

Flipper Goat

Flipper Goat is found in the first route's World 3-4, found on a alternate swinging route in a cage that Bunea can open. When freed, he will sell weapons to Bunea with a slight uptick in usage values.
EscapeGoat

Escape Goat

Escape Goat is found in the second route's World 3-5, found in a alternate route with the wind vents in a floating cage Bunea can open. When freed, Bunea can offer to "babysit" the tyke and take advantage of her floating powers to get across pits, although if Bunea gets hit, Escape Goat will go into a bubble and be grabbed by enemies in a matter of seconds, which requires Bunea to grab the tyke and rescue him or she will lose a life.
MintTezuka

Mint Tezuka

Mint Tezuka is a knight hailing from the Kingdom of Robos, a world that was taken by Mistress of Weird. She is found in World 7 and can be found in World 7-1, racing through the level just like Bunea. She will go through the world herself, at her own pace, as well as dying and respawning in levels. She claims she is a knight wanting to rescue Moona, who she sees as a captive princess. If she beats Bunea to Moona, she will take care of herself, although this will result in a bad end for Mint, who winds up frozen as part of Moona's ice wall. Should Bunea beat Mint to Moona, she will still be around in World 7-BOSS, at Moona's castle. She is kind of a odd NPC with her own story, and the player never gets a full idea of that story, needing to piece it together from Mint and Moona's side as well as their accidental role in it.
RoxanneSBW

Roxanne

Roxanne is Voidmato's girlfriend appearing exclusively in his story for the most part. She is a scruffy looking character who lives in Voidmato's shabby looking apartment, and in extra picture after the credits after getting all the Rainbow Scarabs shows her smoking from a bong. She and Voidmato are a loving couple, and she seems to be the only other person aside from Mistress of Weird to find Voidmato cute.
Quinn Fooly

Quinn Fooly

A DLC character that appears in various levels after the player has completed the main story. A Herald like Zellen Harley Quimbleson, Quinn Fooly runs the Balloon Land minigame in various levels. Quinn can summon balloons placed by other players and for a fee, allow Bunea to go through levels to pop as many as she can to earn Borbz. More details can be found under the "Quinn Fooly's Balloon Land" section.

Items

Weapons

Image + Name Info
Regular Weapons
FoxtailSword

Foxtail Sword

The weakest weapon in the game, but hey, it's better than nothing. It's literally just a foxtail diaspore fashioned into a crummy sword, and it's EXTREMELY flammable.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
15 Uses (+) ATTACK 2 (-) SPEED 1 Extremely flammable
CoolDudeShield

Cool Dude Shield

The Cool Dude Shield will defend you righteously against low-level harm, but once it gets hit 30 times, it's out of here, dude!
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
30 Uses (+) DEFENSE 5 (-) ATTRACTIVENESS 3 Repeats bodacious catchphrases upon being hit
KittyMace

Kitty Mace

This Kitty Mace packs a wallop despite it's cutesy look. Not very sneaky considering the bells, but those are the first to fall off anyway.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) ATTACK 3 (-) SPEED 2 N/A
Klingtoid

Klingtoid

The Klingtoid can be thrown out and used to attach to a foe and drain the health from them and replenish Bunea's health. Only one can be sent out at a time.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) ATTACK 5 (-) DEFENSE 3 Drains health from enemies and replenishes Bunea's.
GalaxyBlade

Galaxy Blade

Galaxy Blade can be used like a sword and used in tandem with dashes for dash attacks. It looks pretty cool with it's twisted blade, but it kind of shatters pretty quickly.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
60 Uses (+) ATTACK 5 (-) LUCK 3 N/A
ChocoDice

Chocodice

Chocodice aren't the traditional kind of weapon. Bunea must roll these and whatever the dice add up unleashes a different kind of attack.
  • 1 - Impossible to get.
  • 2 - Backfires on Bunea and leaves her with one silver of health left.
  • 3 - Nothing happens.
  • 4 - One tiny fireball bounces out from the dice, dealing four damage.
  • 5 - A patch of fire rises out from the dice, dealing eight damage.
  • 6 - Explodes into blue explosions, dealing tweleve damage.
  • 7 - Gives Bunea a Chococarrot while dealing fourteen damage.
  • 8 - Resets dice uses and deals twenty damage through two spinning discs.
  • 9 - Ensnares enemies into a thorn ball, dealing fourty damage.
  • 10 - Awards Bunnea with a random weapon, dealing sixty damage through a tentacle attack.
  • 11 - Unleashes a fourth dimensional attack, dealing eighty damage.
  • 12 - Deals infinite damage onto one enemy and awards Bunea with a random reward.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
10 Uses ??? ??? N/A
TheLancer

The Lancer

The Lancer is a laser gun that can fire off 160 bullets. Holding it is said to decrease your luck, cursed by the past user.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
160 Uses (+) ATTACK 5 (-) LUCK 3 N/A
FireworkArmCannon

Fireworker Arm Cannon

A arm cannon that attaches to the hand, able to shoot off dizzing shots of various fireworks. Not a totally effective weapon, but fun!
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
150 Uses (+) ATTACK 7 (-) SPEED 6 N/A
Chocowand

Chocowand

The Chocowand is a pretty basic wand that has the styling of a Chocofruit. It can summon stars from the tip of the wand and blast them at a short range before fading into star dust.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) ATTACK 7 (-) LUCK 5 N/A
CyberHomey2000

Cyber Homey 2000

The Cyber Homey 2000 is last year's top killing machine, able to shoot ring shaped projectiles at any foe that crossed it's path. It's not latest and greatest but it'll get you through.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) ATTACK 10

(+) DEFENSE 8

(-) SPEED 7

(-) LUCK 5

N/A
SwampGasAuraShield

Swamp Gas Aura Shield

The Swamp Gas Aura Shield has it all! A green aura. A 360 full body shield. All the shades of green you could want. The only drawback is that you'll smell like swamp gas for a bit.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) ATTACK 5

(+) DEFENSE 11

(-) SPEED 3

(-) ATTRACTIVENESS 13

N/A
Wizaraxe

Wizaraxe

Wizaraxe can be used to cut down enemies to size through melee attacks, increasing the speed and attack of the user immensely. However, defense and luck are cut down a bit when using this axe.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
150 Uses (+) ATTACK 13

(+) SPEED 10

(-) DEFENSE 9

(-) LUCK 7

N/A
GumballMace

Gumball Mace

The gumballs inside the mace rattle inside with every swing, and when the glass breaks, you get a tasty treat afterwards.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
40 Uses (+) ATTACK 10 (-) SPEED 8 (+) 10 Health after it breaks
BombNormal BW

Basic Bombs

Bombs are a bit of a strange weapon, as they can only be thrown and carry no status buffs or debuffs. When they explode three seconds later or after Bunea detonates them, they can do up to 20 damage!
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
40 Uses 0 0 (+) Up to 20 damage when exploding
BombFire BW

Fire Bombs

Fire Bombs are a flaming version of normal bombs that explode in a fiery burst, setting everything on fire afterwards.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
40 Uses 0 0 (+) Up to 20 damage when exploding

Fire elemental attack bonus

BombIce BW

Ice Bombs

Ice Bombs are a icy version of normal bombs that explode in a snowy burst, freezing everything in it's vicinity.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
40 Uses 0 0 (+) Up to 20 damage when exploding

Ice elemental attack bonus

BombThunder BW

Thunder Bombs

Thunder Bombs are a electrifying version of normal bombs that explode in a zapping pulse, shocking everything in it's vicinity.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
40 Uses 0 0 (+) Up to 20 damage when exploding

Electrical elemental attack bonus

BombVaporwave BW

Vaporwave Bomb

The Vaporwave Bomb is a special kind of bomb that explodes in a much smaller vicinity but has higher damage output. It also has less uses.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
20 Uses 0 0 (+) Up to 50 damage when exploding

Electrical elemental attack bonus

BombChoco BW

Chocobomb

The Chocobomb is a special kind of bomb that explodes in a much larger vicinity but has lower damage output. It also has more uses.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
60 Uses 0 0 (+) Up to 10 damage when exploding

Earth elemental attack bonus

PeanutBoyGuitar

Peanut Boy Guitar

The Peanut Boy Guitar isn't really much of a weapon but it does pack a wallop. It breaks super fast, so be wary when you utilize this nutty boy.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
40 Uses (+) ATTACK 12 (-) LUCK 10 Plays a tune every single time you hit a enemy
AppleRipeBlade

Apple Ripe Blade

The Apple Ripe Blade is a blade themed after apples, and is kind of just a standard weapon until it breaks, in which it leaves a seed. This seed is planted whereever it broke, and after 15 real time minutes, will sprout into a new Apple Ripe Blade. This isn't especially useful but if you're replaying a stage, chances are that it will be waiting for you to grab.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
70 Uses (+) ATTACK 15 (-) DEFENSE 13 Drops a seed
CosmicNova

Cosmic Nova

The Cosmic Nova is a one-time use weapon that clears the entire screen of enemies, obstacles, and creates cosmic platforms to bridge gaps. It's exceptionally rare.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
1 Use (+) ATTACK 9999 (-) NONE Creates cosmic platforms
BegoBricks

Bego Bricks

Bego Bricks are trap items that can be set for enemies to run across for serious damage. Be sure not to step over your own trap or you'll get hurt too.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
5 Use (+) ATTACK 30 (-) ATTRACTIVENESS 15 N/A
SolarRadiationAuraShield

Solar Radiation Aura Shield

The Solar Radiation Aura Shield will probably kill you. It's dangerous as !$%@ to use and doesn't take a lot damage before it fades away. That being said, nobody will come close to touching you ever again with this on.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
50 Uses (+) ATTACK 15

(+) DEFENSE 30

(-) SPEED 9

(-) ATTRACTIVENESS 27

Drains a health point every second
FairyBattleAxe

Fairy Battle Axe

The Fairy Battle Axe is a huge axe that was blessed by several fairies, enchanting it with a light weight that allows Bunea to swing it with ease.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
280 Uses (+) ATTACK 15

(+) SPEED 11

(-) DEFENSE 13

(-) LUCK 8

N/A
CystalClub

Crystal Club

The Crystal Club was forged by the Carbunkli Company, and while its crystals aren't the strongest part of the club, they are the sharpest part of it.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
200 Uses (+) ATTACK 30

(+) DEFENSE 5

(-) SPEED 15

(-) LUCK 6

Crystals break off after 100 uses, decreasing the attack by half
GamegalPiano SBW

Gamegal Piano

The Gamegal Piano was recalled after it reportedly created hearing loss in the young girls who used the peripheral. Reports were not exaggerated, using it's sonic-based sound attacks, you can cut through several opponents very quickly.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
500 Uses (+) ATTACK 25

(+) LUCK 7

(-) ATTRACTIVENESS 13

(-) DEFENSE 4

N/A
GamerGalRiotShield

Gamegal Riot Shield

The Gamegal Riot Shield was used in the launch craze at video game shops, to hold back... "rowdier" costumers. It has since been retired from use, but it's perfect for large crowds.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
500 Uses (+) DEFENSE 30

(+) LUCK 8

(-) ATTACK 12

(-) ATTRACTIVENESS 4

Deflects opponents away from shield.
TimelyShield

Captain Timely's Shield

The Captain Timely shield is able to reflect projectiles and attack as a melee weapon. It was the iconic weapon of a captain that came to save the day at just the right time.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
800 Uses (+) DEFENSE 28

(+) ATTACK 8

(-) LUCK 16

(-) SPEED 4

Reflects projeciles
FleshBat

Flesh Mace

This disgusting flesh chunk is attached to a stick, and it works well enough as a mace, with the hard metal prodding out of it. It's crude, but it'll have to do!
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
150 Uses (+) LUCK 8

(+) ATTACK 18

(-) DEFENSE 16

(-) SPEED 4

Flesh chunk emits a gas out after falling off, poisoning enemies
SuccubusTalon

Succubus Talons

The forearm from a female demon that never returned to her arm. It can be shot off like a projectile and used to dig into enemies. Can also be used as a melee weapon, clawing at enemies.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
666 Uses (+) ATTRACTIVENESS 6

(+) ATTACK 20

(-) LUCK 4

(-) SPEED 15

Claws inside opponents.
DarkShardHatchet

Dark Shard Hatchet

A hatchet created from the shard of a mysterious dark artifact. When swung, Bunea gains a dark glow around her that makes her invincible to projectiles.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
500 Uses (+) DEFENSE 16

(+) ATTACK 35

(-) LUCK 10

(-) SPEED 20

Dark aura wards off projectiles.
SlitheringFlamesBlade

Slithering Flames

Slithering Flames is quite the blade, hard to even hold with the nicks across the sword and the fact two separate flames curl around the flames. As such, it will hurt Bunea a single unit every time she swings it. That said, it's attack power is legendary, and it's speed is lightning fast.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
800 Uses (+) ATTACK 70

(+) SPEED 80

(-) DEFENSE 35

(-) LUCK 45

Hurts Bunea when swung
PrinceRubertsDrop

Prince Rupert's Drop

A odd weapon that can held like a club, also it can be charged to be thrown like a projectile. It's incredibly hard and withstand a ton of use.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
999 Uses (+) ATTACK 25

(+) SPEED 45

(-) DEFENSE 15

(-) LUCK 30

Can be charged to be thrown like a projectile
BarrierStick

Barrier Stick

A odd weapon that is held like a melee weapon, which, when swung, doesn't actually do any damage to any opponents, but rather keeps them inside of a barrier that protects you from their attacks. You can attack their barrier with other weapons and then when it pops, all the damage coalesces into a single powerful attack.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) DEFENSE 45 (-) ATTACK 25 Creates barriers that prevents enemies from attacking you and soak up damage
UltraRifle

Ultra Rifle

The Ultra Rifle blows gigantic bullets out from barrel, although it's range as a ranged weapon is rather limited. It also has a explosive kick to it's projectiles.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
800 Uses (+) ATTACK 28

(+) DEFENSE 4

(-) SPEED 19

(-) LUCK 2

Explosive large charge
GoldenBunnySword

Golden Bunny Sword

The Golden Bunny Sword is crafted from a utterly useless material called gold, which isn't that great and definitely would break into it's usage if it wasn't charmed with magic. This blessed sword gives Bunea a slightly higher hop.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
700 Uses (+) ATTACK 30

(+) LUCK 14

(-) DEFENSE 15

(-) SPEED 7

Slightly higher hop
Obsidian Knife

Obsidian Knife

Just a knife with a obsidian blade that has a pretty high attack and luck stat, with some hits to defense and speed. No additional effects.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
350 Uses (+) ATTACK 27

(+) LUCK 17

(-) DEFENSE 13

(-) SPEED 9

N/A
SnakehideShield

Snakehide Shield

The Snakehide Shield acts as a shield and as a cloak, masking you into the background, allowing you to become invisible to enemies as they pass by you. If spotted prior to disappearing, the shield's effects will not work, but will still protect you from harm.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) DEFENSE 30

(+) SPEED 12

(-) ATTACK 15

(-) LUCK 6

N/A
100% Heart Level Weapons
TheLizard

The Lizard

A reskinned Lancer that was a gift from Liz Izzard should you romance her and maintain your relationship for a long time. It fires off a triple spread of bullets.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
180 Uses (+) ATTACK 12 (-) LUCK 9 Triple-spread shot
OasisCannon

Oasis Cannon

A reskinned verion of the Ultra Rifle obtained by romancing Gwenasis and keeping up the relationship up for a while. While it's nerfed in comparsion to it's counterpart, the Ultra Rifle is a late game weapon and the fact a comparable power can be gained by World 2 is not something to ignore.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
100 Uses (+) ATTACK 20

(+) DEFENSE 2

(-) SPEED 8

(-) LUCK 1

Huge pink beam with explosive effects
Tikazoid

Tikazoid

A reskinned Klingtoid that was a gift from Tikzaku should you romance her and keep the relationship up for a while. It sucks away more health than the Klingtoid and two can be sent out at a time.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
120 Uses (+) ATTACK 9 (-) DEFENSE 6 Drains health from enemies and replenishes Bunea's.
VirtupineGamegalPiano SBW

Virtupine GameGal Piano

A reskinned GameGal Piano that was a gift from Vaisha should you romance her and keep the relationship up for a while. It is a enchanced version of the weapon, which is especially helpful considering it's a later game weapon.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
550 Uses (+) ATTACK 30

(+) LUCK 8

(-) ATTRACTIVENESS 15

(-) DEFENSE 4

N/A
AnaheimAxe SBW

Anaheim's Axe

Anaheim's Axe is one of the best weapons in the game, and is only obtainable through a 100% Heart Level with Anaheim. With it's heavy and fast melee attacks, Anaheim's axe is practically the perfect melee weapon, although defense and luck are cut down a lot when using this axe.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
550 Uses (+) ATTACK 50

(+) SPEED 30

(-) DEFENSE 25

(-) LUCK 15

N/A
BuneaBlade

Bunea Blade

A reskinned Golden Bunny Blade that was a gift from Togea should you romance her and keep the relationship up for a while. It is a enchanced version of the weapon, although features a little more drawback than usual due to Togea's inexperience in making good weapons.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
700 Uses (+) ATTACK 45

(+) LUCK 7

(-) DEFENSE 28

(-) SPEED 9

Slightly higher hop
SushiRollerSBW

Sushi Roller

A reskinned version of the Splat Roller weapon that is a gift from Lydia. It can be used to squish enemies under it as well as create healing sushi from said squished enemies. It features boosted stats as well.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
350 Uses (+) ATTACK 30 (-) DEFENSE 15 Squishes enemies and turns them into sushi
MoonShardHatchet

Moon Shard Hatchet

A hatchet created from the shard of a moon rock. When swung, Bunea gains a light glow around her that makes her absorb projectiles and heal from their energies. She gains this weapon from a 100% Heart Level with Moona.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
600 Uses (+) DEFENSE 20

(+) ATTACK 43

(-) LUCK 10

(-) SPEED 25

Light aura absorbs projectiles, healing Bunea depending on the strength
RainbowDrop

Rainbow Drop

A reskinned version of the Prince Rubert's Drop, which has higher stats. It is obtained by having a 100% Heart Level with the Mistress of Weird. It is a odd weapon that can be used as a club as well as a projectile and has a huge usage count.
Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
999 Uses (+) ATTACK 55

(+) SPEED 55

(-) DEFENSE 28

(-) LUCK 28

Can be charged to be thrown like a projectile

Power-Ups

Image + Name Info
Chococarrot

Chococarrot

Bunea SimplePowerup CCVoidmato SimplePowerup CC

Chococarrots restore all of Bunea's health when picked up. They also remove any status effects Bunea has, even getting rid of some side effects on weapons that Bunea picks up for a short time.

DragonFruitBunea

Dragonfruit

Bunea SimplePowerup DFVoidmato SimplePowerup DF

Dragonfruits allow Bunea to use a limited use short-range fire breath attack. It can be used while in motion, but will eventually reduce to nothing after prolonged use, requiring cool-down. The power up is removed after Bunea gets hit.

Chococherry

Chococherry

Bunea SimplePowerup CChVoidmato SimplePowerup CCh

Chococherries creates a duplicate of Bunea that shares Bunea's health bar and the weapon uses. The clones however can die when they fall into a pit, although this won't impact Bunea in any way.

VirtuPine

Virtupine

Bunea SimplePowerup VPVoidmato SimplePowerup VP

Virtupines allow Bunea to shoot lasers while in motion, although requires a cool-down after prolonged use. Lasers can go through walls and floors, only stopping once they hit the end of the screen. It goes away the instant Bunea gets hit.

StarappleAltColor

Starapple

Bunea SimplePowerup SAVoidmato SimplePowerup SA

Starapples allow Bunea to do a twisting spin that propels her up in the air, which does replace her dash. It also allows Bunea to shoot weak star projectiles that bounce off floors and walls. It goes away the instant Bunea gets hit.

Laserberry

Laserberry

Bunea SimplePowerup LBVoidmato SimplePowerup LB

Laserberries allow Bunea to instantly charge her weapons and perform the Laser Dash, a quicker dash that allows her to phase through enemies and avoid projectiles and attacks. It goes away the instant Bunea gets hit.

Voidmato gets a slightly different effect under the Laserberry; while it'll instantly charge his weapons, he instead performs the Laser Block, which allows him to phase through enemies and avoid projectiles and attacks while blocking.

Snowtato

Snowtato

Bunea SimplePowerup STVoidmato SimplePowerup ST

Snowtatos allow Bunea to accumulate snow, turning into a giant rolling snowball that absorbs enemies and objects smaller than her snowball. While she can jump and slow her speed, her movement is very limited. The power-up goes away when Bunea either runs out of snow or reaches a wall that stops her, causing her to jump out.

BalloonagusSBW

Balloonagus

Bunea SimplePowerup BGVoidmato SimplePowerup BG

Balloonagus' inflate Bunea's hood, turning it into a balloon that she holds onto as she goes directly up. The power-up instantly goes once it pops, which is after three hits.

Collectibles

Image + Name Info
BorbzSBW

Borbz

Borbs are the currency in Super Bunea World and are dropped from enemies. 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.
TademTablet

Tandem Tablet

Two Tandem Tablets will always appear next to each other. Bunea can dash through them to collect them. They can be found rarely, and the number of them varies from level to level, with 8 sometimes appearing in long levels. Bunea can then exchange them to Borbie for her Borbz-collecting minigame, with each Tandem Tablet giving her two minutes in the mini-game. Additionally, they can be used to summon amiibo weapons from Zellen if the player doesn't have a amiibo. They are restocked in the levels every day, but once they're taken, they don't reappear for another 24 hours.
DemonHeart

Demon Heart

Demon Hearts are scattered across the worlds in secret areas for Bunea to find. When she collects five of them, she can upgrade her health through the Heart Sorceress.
BlueScarab SBWCyanScarab SBWOrangeScarab SBWRedScarab SBWPinkScarab SBWYellowScarab SBWPurpleScarab SBW

Rainbow Scarabs

Rainbow Scarabs are optional collectables for the campaigns, and unlock a extra picture after the credits. There are 10 for each color, with 70 hidden across the levels for each campaign. For each character, their picture is different:
  • Bunea: Bunea on a beach on her home world, giving two peace signs as Gwenasis sprays a water gun on Liz Izzard.
  • Vulpea: Should the player go for the bad ending for Bunea's campaign, Vulpea will be looking at the player directly, licking her lips as she grips a globe of the Earth.
  • Voidmato: Voidmato and his girlfriend Roxane smoking from bongs in Voidmato's shabby apartment.
Soul LizIzzardSoul GwenasisSoul TikzakuSoul VaishaSoul AnaheimSoul TogeaSoul LydiaSoul MoonaSoul MistressofWeird

Souls

Souls are dropped by bosses in Bunea's story, and are collected after defeating them. In Voidmato's story, Souls are dropped but Voidmato won't collect them, instead grabbing the bosses prized possessions. Each Soul can be liquidized into Bunea to give her a ton of exp, with a formula of Boss Health x 1.5 - Time Against Boss. The faster Bunea defeats a boss, the more exp she will earn, although the difference becomes a bit more negligible later on.
PrizedPossesion BirdPrizedPossesion MugPrizedPossesion Microphone
PrizedPossesion BucketVirtusystem64AnaheimAxe SBW
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PrizedPossession StingrayPrizedPossesion Potion

Prized Possessions

Prized Possessions are what Voidmato needs to collect in his story mode. Each boss he faces in the game has their own Prized Possession, with a list here:
Prized Possessions
Liz Izzard PrizedPossesion Bird

Clementine

Gwenasis PrizedPossesion Mug

Tiki Mug

Tikzaku PrizedPossesion Microphone

Eyeball Microphone

Shardene PrizedPossesion Bucket

Bucket of Tuna Fish

Vaisha Virtusystem64

Virtusystem 64

Anaheim AnaheimAxe SBW

Anaheim's Axe

Topea UncensoredPrizedPossession XXX

Bunea's XXX

Lydia PrizedPossesion SleepingBag

Sushi Sleeping Bag

Moona PrizedPossession Moonflowers

Moon Flowers

Brakkara PrizedPossession Stingray

Steel Stingray

Mistress of Weird PrizedPossesion Potion

Rainbow Potion

Summons

While not really a "item", Vulpea gains access to summon the bosses for charged attacks by charging up her soul meter by defeating enemies. Every boss can be summoned since she now possesses their soul.

Image + Name Info
LizIzzardVulpeaSummon

Liz Izzard

Soul LizIzzard
When summmoned, Liz Izzard attacks with a variety of haunting drills that cover the screen, drilling into enemies.
GwenasisVulpeaSummon

Gwenasis

Soul Gwenasis
When summmoned, Gwenasis screeches as she holds all the enemies in place with pink energy, firing icy arrows at the enemies.
TikzakuVulpeaSummon

Tikzaku

Soul Tikzaku
When summmoned, Tikzaku painfully groans as red eyeballs coat the background, glancing at enemies to freeze them as well as attack with blue colored lasers.
VaishaVulpeaSummon

Vaisha

Soul Vaisha
When summmoned, Vaisha attacks with glitching pixel characters that infect the enemies with a poison effect.
AnaheimVulpeaSummon

Anaheim

Soul Anaheim
Anaheim screeches as she pulls on her skin, wanting to die as she forcibly moves her axe, her bones scraping audible as she slashes through enemies against her will.
TogeaVulpeaSummon

Togea

Soul Togea
Togea slashes at enemies with knives as she manically laughs, running through the screen as she looks for enemies to chop for her beloved master.
LydiaMarinerVulpeaSummon

Lydia

Soul Lydia
Lydia moves like a puppet on strings, water tridents raining down from the screen as she wraps enemies in seaweed.
MoonaVulpeaSummon

Moona

Soul Moona
Moona freezes all the enemies on screen and blasts a chunk of moon rock to clear the screen, sobbing as she does.
MistressofWeirdVulpeaSummon

Mistress of Weird

Soul MistressofWeird
Mistress of Weird hangs like a puppet on string, screaming as she summons a giant bowling ball to roll over enemies, before clearing the rest of the screen with fireworks.

Worlds

Map

SuperBuneaMap
Map created by Athena Hawkins (tbc). Click to enlarge.

World 1: Chococarrot Charge

Course Information
World1-1Patch

World 1-1
CyanScarab SBW

Incredibly bland looking plains level at first, featuring Jelly Shellys and Flowees as the main enemies. As Bunea goes further into the levels, the platforms begin to rise up and swing around, with a mechanical sounding whirring down from below. Bunea must stay on the swaying platforms and get to the goal gate.
World1-1Patch

World 1-2
CyanScarab SBW

This level is almost a entirely downhill plains level, focusing on "teaching" the player how to best use their dash ability while sliding and crossing small pits while having a lot of momentum. The main enemies are Jelly Shellys and Flowees, with a Edgy Eddy at the end of the level just before the goal gate.
World1-1Patch

World 1-3
CyanScarab SBW

This level takes place on a giant buffet table, with giant forks and knives digging into food. Bunea must avoid these obstacles while taking down Bio Thorns and Jelly Shellys. The goal gate is once again guarded by a Edgy Eddy.
World1-1Patch

World 1-4
CyanScarab SBW

Bunea heads through a dry patch in the plains, with dead grass and red dry soil. Galactic Rustlers will aim at her through the level and she must dodge them and take them out as she runs through. A Galactic Rustler and a Edgy Eddy guard the goal gate.
World1-1Patch

World 1-5
CyanScarab SBW

Taking place near a dumpy carnival with half burnt out neon signs, Chocojesters surround this level. Bunea can launch herself high into the air using dunk tanks and test your strength machines. Edgy Eddys appear towards the later end of the level as more common enemies, along with some Galactic Rustlers. The goal gate stays somewhat surprisingly unguarded.
World1-1Patch

World 1-6
CyanScarab SBW

Taking place near a destroyed grey fortress, Bunea has to make her way through Chocojesters and Biothorns while navigating through the ruins. She will also encounter some Edgy Eddies and Galactic Rustlers as she makes it up to the top of the ruins. Using a slingshot to get to the goal gate, Bunea lands near a green castle.
World1-1BossPatch

World 1-BOSS

The player meets with Liz Izzard outside of their green castle. Liz Izzard puts up a tough and aggressive act at the beginning, but should the player initiate the fight they become very scared very suddenly. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World1Patch Heart

World 1-HEART

Liz Izzard's green castle, Liz Izzard is seen working on various machines and will ask Bunea to assist her. Liz Izzard will also sometimes ask the player to sleep over at her castle, although if someone else wants Bunea over at their place, Liz Izzard may just show up over there if she really wants Bunea. Liz Izzard may also ask Bunea to come over for lunch, often giving her a Chococarrot or a helping of Borbz in exchange. Liz Izzard rarely invites anyone else over to her castle even when in a poly relationship with them, preferring to show up at their place.

World 2: Dragonfruit Desert

Course Information
World 2Patch

World 2-1
YellowScarab SBW

This level features a pretty flat desert level that is slowly revealed to be taking place on a bunch of cubic planetoids. Bunea can use Star Gates to jump to the desert planetoids, taking down Fruit Bats and Bandlekoots in her way. The Dragonfruit is introduced in this level.
World 2Patch

World 2-2
YellowScarab SBW

This level takes place on the back of a giant pink and green dragon's back, who has sandy segments entrapped into it's back where enemies like the Bandlekoots, Fruit Bats, and Inkstorms reside, ready to attack Bunea. A Eddy Edge guards the Star Gate that leads to the dragon's head, where the Goal Gate resides just above it's mouth.
World 2Patch

World 2-3
YellowScarab SBW

This level takes place inside of the sandy interior of the dragon, filled with enemies it has swallowed in the past. The player needs to watch for Sevenakes and Flamebeaks, who are up in the air. The end of the level revolves around Bunea needing to cut open a opening in the dragon's stomach, and then escaping out the opening and landing down into the Goal Gate.
World 2Patch

World 2-4
YellowScarab SBW

This level is a auto-scrolling level where a incoming sand storm will kill anything that lags behind. Bunea should focus on running and never lingering to stop a enemy, even if it's something like a Edgy Eddy that serves to impede the player's path. The Goal Gate is inside of a pit where the sand storm will blow over.
World 2Patch

World 2-5
RedScarab SBW

This stage takes place in a "Cacti Carnival", with bouncy cacti that Bunea needs to jump on the flower and avoid the prickly needles. The course also sees her running across a tight rope where if she lingers for a second she'll fall right into a pit of Edgy Eddys and a trapeze section that she needs to swing to get through to the Goal Gate.
World 2Patch

World 2-6
RedScarab SBW

This level features dead trees that enemies hide in and attempt to surprise attack the player, although it is telegraphed with their eyes peering out from a hole in the trees. The level also features giant tumble weeds that the player needs to jump over or will be flattened by.
World 2PatchBOSS

World 2-BOSS

The player meets with Gwenasis outside of their red beach shack. Gwenasis is actually looking to make friends (or maybe more...) with the player and expresses boredom and disappointment if they want to battle her instead. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 2Patch Heart

World 2-BOSS

Gwenasis' somewhat messy home that is on a beach, of which she lives in. Gwenasis will ask the player to come here when she feels bored, which might be often if Gwenasis is the only person Bunea is friends with or is otherwise not entangled with anybody else. Gwenasis might ask Bunea to sleep over, go fishing, or listen to albums from the player's V2 Library. Gwenasis also loves kissing every now and then, and will invite over friends and lovers Bunea has for that.

World 3: Dimensional Dungeon

Course Information
World 3Patch

World 3-1
CyanScarab SBW

Jumping out of a portal, Bunea arrives in World 3-1. This level features a tight enclosed area filled with bouncy jelly that Bunea can jump off, rocketing her to the next tunnel. The next tunnel is filled with a couple Meteorzoids, which Bunea must dodge or shoot to destroy to get them out of her way. The jelly expands over a large horizontal area, filled with bouncing Brazaxus' and Yogo Rollers, of which Bunea needs keep away from their needles as well as destroying them. She will then come against another tunnel, which she needs to jump across while she avoids Yogo Rollers. Entering through the wormhole at the end will allow her to clear the level.
World 3ZellenPatch

World 3-ZELLEN

Zellen Harley Quimbleson is found sitting upon a bunch of boxes, sipping Helix Juice. Bunea can approach her to talk with her or scan amiibo to gain specialty weapons.
World 3Patch Chain

World 3-BONUS BOSS

Only accessible after beating the story and seeing the credits.
Zellen summons Chain for a bonus battle, claiming that she has seen Bunea/Voidmato progress so much since the beginning of the game and wants to give them a true challenger to fight. Chain is a bit hesistant until Zellen tells her that they'll leave her alive, of which she agrees to the battle. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 3Patch

World 3-2
CyanScarab SBW

This level takes place on a magic red carpet, which will move on it's own. Bunea needs to keep up with it while it travels through the level, going over and under platforms with various enemies in the level. Kronk Buckets debut in this level, often found in certain sections where the carpet floats over to. Bunea can do a double jump to avoid these, although if she's caught she will merely loose her ability to use weapons until the Kronk Bucket breaks. The end of the level is found through another wormhole, which the red carpet goes through. A second wormhole can be found directly above it, which leads to a alternate route.
World 3Patch Shardene

World 3-MINI BOSS

Shardene impedes the player's progress as they exit out of the wormhole on the bottom, appearing underneath a barrel to assassinate Bunea. They can't be dealt with, as they have zero interest in becoming friends with Bunea and are already in a relationship with another girl. Bunea has to fight her way through her to progress, although she can miss her entirely if she only takes the alternate route. As such, a additional scene will be unlocked after defeating the world without finding her, showing her still under the bucket, prepared to fight Bunea as the hours tick by. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 3Patch

World 3-3 (First Route)
RedScarab SBW

This level features several moving platforms that activate against a switch, which ascend, descend, go to the right or left, or explode. Bunea needs to activate various switches to progress through this stage, while avoiding Yogo Rollers and Etti Bits that appear throughout the stage. At the end of the stage, a giant switch will activate a wormhole that is used to end the level.
World 3Patch

World 3-4 (First Route)
RedScarab SBW

This stage is themed after a meat locker, in which Bunea needs to grab onto cold corpses of alien animals while a wall of Etti Bits is packed behind her, making this a autoscroll level. Etti Bits are the only enemies in this stage, and aside from wooden, shambling platforms, a majority of the stage consists of swinging across the stage as quickly as possible before diving into the wormhole at the end.
World 3Patch

World 3-5 (First Route)
RedScarab SBW

Bunea comes across a room filled with three doors. colored blue, red, and green, each featuring a different platforming challenge. The blue door features a auto-scrolling vertical level featuring the Etti Bits, forcing Bunea to keep traveling up across the shambling wooden tower. The red door features a red carpet level that centers around avoiding or destroying Yogo Rollers in narrow hallways. The green door features various switches that contain platforms that spin around, only stopping when Bunea activates the switches. Once all three doors are cleared, the floor opens up to reveal a bunch of bouncy jelly that propels Bunea up into the wormhole to end the level.
World 3Patch

World 3-6 (First Route)
RedScarab SBW

Bunea is trapped inside of a giant rolling cage for most of the level, with a wormhole that spawns enemies inside of it. Bunea needs to roll the cage down the level, while firing at switches to raise or lower parts of the level so she can proceed while avoiding her death!
World 3Patch

World 3-3 (Second Route)
OrangeScarab SBW

This level appears in enclosed room chunks, which have to be rotated through switches located in other chunks in order to access pathways between the chunks. The player must activate the switches to create a path to the wormhole that clears the level while avoiding Galactic Rustlers, Meteorzoids, and Flamebeaks.
World 3Patch

World 3-4 (Second Route)
OrangeScarab SBW

A level that descends downwards, with several air vents stopping Bunea in the air, causing her to head down. She must avoid floating Meterorzoids and Sevenakes while pushing down fast enough to avoid the spiked crushers that poke out from the walls of the level, down to the wormhole.
World 3Patch

World 3-5 (Second Route)
OrangeScarab SBW

Bunea must use the air vents to propel herself upwards into portals that lead into other areas of the level, finding seven blue keys to unlock the wormhole to complete the level. Several Edgy Eddies and Yogo Rollers appear here to attempt to impede her progress.
World 3Patch

World 3-6 (Second Route)
OrangeScarab SBW

A mad dash to the travelling wormhole on the back of a flying truck, Bunea must quickly dash across floating cars and vehicles to get to it while the screen autoscrolls with a flurry of Etti Bits. Several Kronk Buckets will attempt to get the drop on Bunea, so she must progress carefully so that she isn't without her weapons to deal with the Brazaxus' scattered throughout.
World 3PatchBOSS

World 3-BOSS

The player meets with Tikzaku, who attempts to rattle the player with a bunch of nonsense at first, and is extremely aggressive if the player has killed any of the bosses. Should the player have any Souls on them, Tikzaku will immediately try to engage in battle unless the player's Attractiveness exceeds 50, in which they will become flirty again. If the player has befriended or romanced other bosses, Tikzaku will respond more positively to them should they get past her barrage of nonsense. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 3Patch Heart

World 3-HEART

Tikzaku's backstage, where she sleeps and gets dressed up in. Tikzaku will ask Bunea to head here to help her warm up for performances and to get her opinion on outfits she wears. She may ask some of Bunea's friends or lovers to show up to her performances as well.

World 4: Virtupine Virtuaworld

Course Information
World 4Patch Dexa

World 4-DEXA

Before the player can begin to head to Virtupine Virtuaworld, Dexa tells the player that they actually come from Virtuapine Virtuaworld, being a prototype of the Dexa protocol droids used there. Getting in there will be tough, but Dexa will help Bunea get inside Virtuaworld because they have been friends for so long and Dexa thinks she can upgrade her programming, considering she's a incomplete prototype. Bunea and Dexa launch into the World via a rocket ship from Tikzaku's performance stage, blasting into the asteroid field and jumping out from the ship and onto the asteroids.
World 4Path

World 4-1
YellowScarab SBWPinkScarab SBW

The first stage begins in space, on a series of asteroids. Dexa follows Bunea around as Buzz Harlequinns zip around them, with Bunea needing to defeat them with Dexa assisting her with laser blasts from her finger guns. Bunea needs to jump from asteroid to asteroid to get to the Virtupine Virtuaworld entrance, in which Dexa will leave to hack the gate open. In the meantime, Bunea needs to blast away the Buzz Harlequinns, Galaxburgians, and Yogo Rollers that are spawned in as enemies. Once the gate is open, Dexa and Bunea can go inside the space station's Goal Gate.
World 4Path

World 4-2
YellowScarab SBWPinkScarab SBW

Bunea and Dexa arrive on the ship's cargo bay, of which is filled with crates and boxes, as well as a bunch of sneaky Galaxburgians and Yogo Rollers. Dexa will leave Bunea to find a recharge station, meaning that Bunea is now on her own. Bunea needs to navigate the cargo hold, which holds many weapons, as well as the Virtupine power-up but also a ton of Galactic Rustlers, Meteorzoids, and Sluggaplats that go across a bed of spikes. Bunea needs clearance to get to the Recreation Deck, but Dexa is nowhere to be found, which requires Bunea to smash it open with a series of dashes or using her weapon. The Goal Gate is found right after smashing the door open.
World 4Path

World 4-3
YellowScarab SBW

The recreation deck is a series of enemies coming in, wave after wave as the alarms sound off. Bunea needs to defeat the waves of enemies coming at her to progress, with five waves of enemies in total. Qwestoves will appear on occasion to drop weapons and power-ups for Bunea.
  • Wave 1 - 5 Galactic Rusters, 3 Meteorzoids
  • Wave 2 - 3 Galactic Rustlers, 5 Buzz Harlequinns
  • Wave 3 - 10 Buzz Harlequinns, 3 Galaxburgians
  • Wave 4 - 7 Galaxburgians, 1 Sluggaplat
  • Wave 5 - 3 Sluggaplats, 15 Invadlees

After completing the waves, Bunea manages to get a ID card from the last enemy she defeats, allowing her to proceed to the Goal Gate.

World 4Patch Dexa-9E

World 4-MINI BOSS

Impeding Bunea and Dexa's progress through this world is Dexa-9E, a mini-boss that has less health than a normal boss and has a less harder strategy. Dexa-9E is found in the entrance to the right and left wings of Virtuapine Virtuaworld, forcing Bunea and Dexa to fight him. More information about his fight can be found in the boss section. He does not drop a soul and cannot be made friendly. After his fight, the player can either go to the left wing or the right wing. Dexa explains that while the right wing will not lead them to the boss, it will allow Dexa to update her software.
World 4Path

World 4-4
RedScarab SBWPinkScarab SBW

Taking the left wing, Bunea and Dexa head down the spacious hall before Dexa is suddenly grabbed by a giant tentacle from a irrigation entrance. Bunea needs to head into the pipes of Virtuapine to rescue her friend, tackling on Yogo Rollers and Invadlees lurking inside this maze of pipes, following the sounds of the tentacle as well as it's visual cues. At the end of the level, Bunea can attack the tentacle to make it drop Dexa, which Bunea catches. The tentacle then grabs and throws the two out, directly into the Goal Gate.
World 4Path

World 4-4 (Alternate)
YellowScarab SBWPinkScarab SBW

Taking the right wing, Bunea and Dexa find the area is under construction and have to navigate past the unfinished steel beams and wooden placeholder, which require tight feet. In addition, Yogo Rollers roll across the beam, requiring Bunea to also jump. Bunea cannot attack when walking across these beams, as she needs her arms out for balance. When Bunea makes it back to solid ground, they find the programming room and the goal gate. Dexa downloads a update from the system, allowing her to create data entries for everything as Bunea goes through the Goal Gate.
World 4Path

World 4-5
RedScarab SBWPinkScarab SBW

Still going down the left wing, Bunea and Dexa find a rollercoaster that will lead across a giant-under construction gap, requiring them to ride a giant rollercoaster cart. Bunea can still jump, use weapons and dash, although she is locked into the constraints of this rollercoaster cart. Invadlees, Galaxburgians, and Buzz Harlequinns appear as enemies in this stage. Bunea needs to stay alive on this ride, which will pass through the Goal Gate.
World 4Path

World 4-6
PinkScarab SBWOrangeScarab SBW

Arriving in the personal quarters of the residents of Virtuapine, Bunea and Dexa need to find keys to unlock Vaisha's boss door. A total of five are needed. Each key is surronded in a orange aura that will trigger Infernal Stalks to chase after Bunea, and Bunea can't attack them unless she puts down the key, which the Infernal Stalk will repossess and teleport away if they come into contact with it. After grabbing all five keys from the door maze and fighting off Galaxburgians, Galactic Rustlers, and Invadlees, as well as using Sluggaplats to get a key, the boss door is unlocked and a Goal Gate is just through the door frame.
World 4Patch Vaisha

World 4-BOSS

The player meets with Vaisha, who is not thrilled to see Bunea, as she was supposed to go after her but got distracted playing Jazz Turpentine Adventure on her Virtuasystem 64. Doubly irritated, Vaisha isn't too easy to talk with although if Bunea can bullshit her way though talking about video games, Vaisha considerably warms up to her. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 4Patch Heart

World 4-HEART

Vaisha's personal living quarters. Vaisha will rarely ask Bunea to come over, usually to play video games with her. Bunea can play some games with her, or stare at the constellations with her. Vaisha may on occasion invite friends or lovers of Bunea to play with them as well.

World 5: Starapple Skies

Course Information
World 5Patch

World 5-1
CyanScarab SBW

Bunea falls from space into Starapple Skies, landing on a cloud platform as she begins the level. The level is oddly absent of enemies aside from Wavebirds, which Bunea needs to find platforms high enough to avoid the tides or break through the tides using a good weapon. Found in this level are trees which Bunea can shake to get Starapples. The Goal Gate is found on a black cloud at the end of the level.
World 5Patch

World 5-2
YellowScarab SBW

Bunea heads into a stormy ascent of black clouds, filled with Cloudizuru and Cirrus Cubes. Bunea needs to navigate past the lightning and get her way through the enemies to get to a sky blue clearing with a Goal Gate. A alternate route requires Bunea to descend upwards, where she can get on top of the storm clouds to find a secret alternate Goal Gate that leads to a alternate World 5-3.
World 5Patch

World 5-3
CyanScarab SBW

Bunea begins to find bricks embedded into the clouds, with Satellite Scotts hanging in air. As Bunea progresses, the bricks quickly reveal themselves to be part of a fortress. Inkstorms appear and Satellite Scotts become more dangerous as they rotate around platforms. Bunea finds a key covered in a firey aura at near end of the level, summoning Internal Stalks as she uses it to open up the fortress.
World 5Patch

World 5-3 (Alternate)
YellowScarab SBW

Taking place just above the storm clouds, Bunea goes across a bunch of platforms, encountering Galedogs and Etti Bits as she platforms across. Eventually she reaches the top of the fortress, which has many Cloudizuru and Cirrus Cubes out to attack Bunea. Getting past them and to the Goal Gate allows her to skip straight to World 5-6!
World 5Patch

World 5-4
RedScarab SBW

Inside the Cloud Fortress, Bunea has to fight her way through Cirrus Cubes and Galedogs as she makes it up the spiraling stairs.
World 5Patch

World 5-5
RedScarab SBW

Somewhat of a breather level at first glance, Bunea heads through the dining hall of the Fortress, finding the bones of various past dinners. She then heads through the weapons room, which turns out to be a mistake as she goes inside. She then needs to fight a series of enemies, with three waves in total.
  • Wave 1: 3 Fruit Bats, 3 Flamebeaks, and 1 Inkstorm
  • Wave 2: 3 Galedogs, 4 Massive Cirrus Cubes
  • Wave 3: 40 Wavebirds

After defeating the enemies, the Goal Gate descends down from the ceiling.

World 5Patch

World 5-6
PinkScarab SBW

Bunea makes it to the last floor, where she can see the Goal Gate right in front of her, but the hallway quickly warps as she moves forward, making the Goal Gate move just out of reach. As the hallway extends, it quickly becomes a gauntlet, throwing in Cloudizurus, Wavebirds, Cirrus Cubes, Satellite Scotts, and Galedogs at Bunea as she has to go through the twisting hallway, which splits, reforms, and even goes up and down at points.
World 5Patch Anaheim

World 5-BOSS

The player meets with Anaheim, who congratulates her for being able to go through her fortress in one piece, seeing her as a great warrior, that she wants to fight. Bunea can either battle her or try and talk her out of the fight. Anaheim actually gains respect for the player if they killed bosses prior to her, and loses respect for the player if she has actually made friends or lovers with them instead. Anaheim can be talked into being friends or even lovers though, although she'll need some ego feeding. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World5Patch Heart

World 5-HEART

Anaheim's cloud fortress. Anaheim will ask Bunea to either come to the dining hall, her bedroom, or in her training arena to spar with her, usually the third, and rarely the second. Bunea can fight her friends her in sparring matches that end when half of the fighters health has been diminished.

World 6: Laserberry Lake

Course Information
World 6Patch

World 6-1
PinkScarab SBW

Diving off the Cloud Fortress, Bunea finds herself in water, landing in Laserberry Lake. After spitting out some water and getting to shore, Bunea begins her run through Laserberry Lake. This is a fairly calm level, with a beach ball that Bunea can kick around throughout the level and features Jelly Shellys and Spike Shells as enemies. Laserberries appear on bushes scattered through the level. A bit of a breather level. The Goal Gate is in some shallow water at the end of the level.
World 6Patch

World 6-2
PinkScarab SBW

Bunea begins this level by going into the water, which is a crystal blue until she eats a Laserberry, which turns the water around her red. The red water will attract Squid Towers and Gillus Shrimp in the water, but otherwise it's kind of a simple level to just get Bunea used to the water mechanics. Jet turbines can be used to boost Bunea faster through the level. A Goal Gate is located next to a sea of coral.
World 6Patch

World 6-3
PinkScarab SBWPurpleScarab SBW

Bunea swims through a jungle of coral reef, which will damage her if she stays on top of them too long. Gillus Shrimp and Brainiac Jellyfish appear as common enemies in this level, and will swim near Bunea to try and make her touch the coral. Laserberries will help, giving Bunea the Laser Stroke to phase through foes but also attract enemies with the underwater scent. The Goal Gate is located on the surface on a buoy.
World6Patch Togea

World 6-MINI BOSS

Located on a oil rig, Togea is sent by Mistress of Weird to take care of Bunea, although upon seeing her, Togea immediately falls in love with Bunea, although her definition of love is rather obsessive and unsettling. Bunea can coax Togea into a relationship where she doesn't cut her up, although can just as easily reject her advances and fight instead. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 6Patch

World 6-4
BlueScarab SBWPurpleScarab SBW

Should Bunea fight Togea and kill her, Bunea will have to go through a oil rig located on the lake, entering it's three levels and having to grab three keys that will summon Infernal Stalks. Pentafishes and Spike Shells appear as enemies. After unlocking all the doors, Bunea finds a control room that contains a control panel. Bunea messes with it and the oil rig goes into self destruct mode, giving Bunea a minute to escape. As the oil rig explodes, Bunea goes right back into the water.
World 6Patch

World 6-4 (Alternate)

Should Bunea enter into a relationship with Togea, Togea will take Bunea on a romantic cruise ride in a motorboat, driving it as Gillus Shrimp, Wavebirds, and Brainiac Jellfish attempt to attack the ship, which has it's own life bar. Bunea must fight off the enemies until Togea can reach the shore, skipping the two straight to 6-6 where Togea remarks she'll let Bunea take on Lydia while she goes back to her bunker.

Voidmato cannot go into this level.

World 6Patch

World 6-5
BlueScarab SBWPurpleScarab SBW

Deep in the water, Bunea is grabbed by a tentacle and is sent into really dark water, filled with Pentafish and Squid Towers. Bunea can use Laserberries to light the way, although if she collects them the light source will go away and she has to light it up using a laser stroke swim. The Goal Gate is located in a beacon of light through the dark linear tunnel, over a jet turbine that will shoot Bunea out of the water.
World 6Patch

World 6-6
BlueScarab SBWPurpleScarab SBW

Landing on the shore, Bunea spots a sushi restaurant that appears to have a light cast on her, sounding a alarm. Bunea needs to head to the sushi restaurant while avoid enemies and the spotlight, hiding behind rocks in the ground as she deals with Pentafish and Squid Towers. The Goal Gate is located right in front of the sushi restaurant entrance.
World6Patch Lydia

World 6-BOSS

The player meets with Lydia, who offers to make Bunea some sushi, remarking on the beautiful sunset. She then reveals that she does know she needs to fight Bunea, but almost remarks on it in a bored way. Talking with her reveals she just wants to make sushi, and that she actually kind of finds Bunea cute, although Bunea can only be friends with her if she already is in a relationship. Lydia remarks she can't share, revealing that she is monogamous. If the player decides to romance her, Bunea has to stay commited with her unless the player makes Lydia depressed through a variety of fail states, such as killing a boss or failing to meet up with her after she asks her to visit. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World6Patch Heart

World 6-HEART

Lydia's sushi restaurant, of which Lydia will ask Bunea to visit on occasion to help her make sushi or sleep over at, providing a second sleeping bag for her. She may also invite over some of Bunea's friends to join the sleepover with. Occasionally, Voidmato can be found here with Roxanne on a date, eating sushi, although this only occurs after finishing Voidmato's story.

World 7: Snowtato Slushlands

Course Information
World 7Patch

World 7-1
BlueScarab SBW

Bunea walks into the Snowtato Slushlands, walking around a bit as Mint Tezuka jogs past her. The level is fairly standard pits and platforms, with Sergeant Snowmen, Zeti and Etti Bits appearing as enemies. The player can race after Mint Tezuka, who will stop if Bunea gets close enough and explain who she is and what's she doing, although if the player takes too long she will finish the level at her own pace and this interaction can't be done. The Goal Gate is located at the end of the level with some icicles on it.
World 7Patch

World 7-2
BlueScarab SBW

World 7-2 introduces the Snowtato, which allows Bunea to become a giant snowball. The entire level is centered around building up mass down a steep declining hill of snow, absorbing Zetis and eventually Sergent Snowmen and Punch Timbers as she goes along. A giant cliff face will appear at the end of the end of the level to stop Bunea in her tracks. Mint Tezuka also appears in this level, using the a pair of skis to go down the mountain and using a grappling hook to get up the mountain. Should Bunea absorb her into the snowball, Mint will only be able to get out 30 seconds after Bunea does. The Goal Gate is located at the edge of the cliffside.
World 7Patch

World 7-3
BlueScarab SBW

Bunea starts the level on a pits and platform-based level, dodging Swinging Sals. The center chunk of this level is another Snowtato roll, although Bunea needs to gain enough mass to avoid loosing all her snow on the frozen lake towards the center of this roll before being stopped by another cliffside. After this cliffside, a bunch of Etti Bits and Sergent Snowmen appear to attack Bunea. Mint Tezuka continues her journey through the level, stopping at the cliffside to take a hot chocolate break before continuing.
World 7Patch

World 7-4
BlueScarab SBW

Bunea comes across a bunch of glaciers, needing to jump on them while avoiding the frozen water. Pentafish pop out of the water alongside Chill Skulls and Punch Timbers, and Bunea needs to avoid Swinging Sals as she jumps across from glacier to glacier. Mint Tezuka breezes past this with her energy blade, cutting down foes in her past as she attempts to outpace Bunea. The Goal Gate is in front of a log mansion.
World 7Patch

World 7-5
BlueScarab SBWPurpleScarab SBW

Entering inside the Log Mansion, Bunea needs to navigate the log mansion and avoid the Internal Stalks as she grabs keys to unlock doors. Landing in the library, Bunea needs to platform across the books as Punch Timbers and Swinging Sals act as obstacles to her. She then needs to glide down a vent and escape out to the other side, next to the Goal Gate around a giant ice wall. Mint Tezuka will go for keys that Bunea isn't going to, although she is nowhere near as fast as Bunea so she will die a couple of times. If the player is slow going through this world, all the doors will already be unlocked.
World 7Patch

World 7-6
BlueScarab SBW

The final level of Snowtato Slushlands is across a wide ice wall that is very slippery and is covered in snow. Bunea can use Snowtatos to clear paths of Sergent Snowmen and Zeti on the wall, and stop once Bunea hits a wall or gets the snowball wedged into a pit. Mint Tezuka will appear in the ice wall towards the middle of the level, frozen inside if the player is too slow but will otherwise appear alongside Bunea, fighting off enemies with her energy blade.
World 8Patch Moona

World 7-BOSS

Bunea meets Moona. If the player keeps pace with Mint Tezuka, they will meet with the boss together, although if she's too ahead or late, she will face her alone. Moona is a boss that prefers her isolation in her icy tower, being held there by her father and mother due to her illness, of which she doesn't actually have. Moona is depressed but prefers the crippling isolation compared to the outside worlds, and will fight Bunea if she gets in the way of that- although will leave Bunea alone if she agrees to leave her alone. Moona can be befriended or romanced, although like Lydia is monogamous. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 7Patch Heart

World 7-HEART

Moona's icy tower. Moona will sometimes ask Bunea to come here, usually to cheer her up or to pose for paintings she does. Mint Tezuka will sometimes appear here, although just to check in with Moona as a friend.

World 8: Exhausted End

Course Information
World 8Patch

World 8-1
PurpleScarab SBWOrangeScarab SBW

Bunea takes a zipline from Snowtato Slushlands into the metropolitan Exhausted End, landing in the start of a city area covered in snow. Bunea can use a Snowtato to steamroll over enemies as a giant snowball, absorbing the Zamborb and Zorbinoids into it before it stops in front of a skyscraper. Bunea can then use the Balloonagus powerup to fly to the top, avoiding Swinging Sals and Satellite Scotts as she does. The Goal Gate is located on top of the skyscraper.
World 8Patch

World 8-2
BlueScarab SBWOrangeScarab SBW

Going through the clouds and using Starapples to ascend through the cloudy platforms, Bunea needs to avoid Satellite Scotts, Buzz Harlequinns, and Swinging Sals as she goes through the clouds. Eventually, she needs to descend downwards, avoiding Squid Towers, Helitoppers, and Cloudizurus. She lands near a zoo, which the Goal Gate is sitting right at the entrance.
World 8Patch

World 8-3
PurpleScarab SBW

Bunea goes through the zoo, which shuts it's gates and lets loose all it's enemies inside. Bunea needs to take on five waves of enemies.
  • Wave 1: 3 Jelly Shellys, 3 Bio Thorns, 3 Bandlekoots, and 7 Sevenakes
  • Wave 2: 3 Yogo Rollers, 3 Brazaxus', 3 Galaxburgians, and 6 Invadlees
  • Wave 3: 5 Buzz Harlequinns, 5 Galactic Rustlers, 5 Cloudizurus, and 5 Cirrus Cubes
  • Wave 4: 20 Wavebirds, 7 Squid Towers, 6 Pentafishes, and 4 Sergeant Snowmen
  • Wave 5: 7 Punch Timbers, 10 Zamborbs, 5 Scissorstack Crabs, and 1 Swinging Sal

After defeating the Zoo, the Goal Gate descends from the top of the screen.

World 8Patch Heart

World 8-HEART 1

The Bunkers of which Mistress of Weird's bodygaurds sleep and train in. Togea asks Bunea to be here rather often, usually to make out with her. Shardene and Brakkara can be seen after their fights, still sore at Bunea.
World 8Patch Brakkara

World 8-MINI BOSS

Brakkara guards the entrance of the Museum of the Weird, telling Bunea she isn't allowed in under orders of Mistress of Weird, and that she'll have to fight her to get inside. Bunea needs to fight Brakkara just like Shardene, and she doesn't even have the option of skipping over her. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 8Patch

World 8-4
PurpleScarab SBWOrangeScarab SBW

Bunea enters the first floor of the Museum of the Weird, which is mostly a breeze save a encounter from a Pizzagheist. Bunea needs to go through the cafe and kitchen of the Museum of the Weird, tackling on Kitchen Men as she does. Once inside the kitchen, Bunea can use the elevator inside there to head to the second floor, where the Goal Gate is.
World 8Patch

World 8-5
PurpleScarab SBWOrangeScarab SBW

Bunea enters the second floor of the Museum of the Weird, which is filled with Hat Toppers and parts of the floor mysterious vanish and reappear elsewhere, making platforming a bit tricky. Swinging Sals, Sluggaplats, and Punch Timbers appear as enemies in this segment. Kitchen Men appear towards the end along with Pizzagheists. Bunea needs to get to the elevator at the end of the level to get to the third floor. Enter through the Goal Gate from there.
World 8Patch

World 8-6
PurpleScarab SBW

If Bunea has been friends with most of the bosses, she will enter this version of the third floor, where all the bosses go in to help her. The floor is a massive, las-vegas style area filled with a variety of enemies.
  • Liz Izzard gives Bunea a Chococarrot to heal her when she runs low on health as well as attacks with a boxing glove machine against Bio Thorns in the level.
  • Gwenasis gives Bunea a Dragonfruit at the start of the level and helps Bunea warp out of bottomless pits using her pink magic.
  • Tikzaku gives Bunea a Chococherry at the start of the level and confuses Fruit Bats with her songs, missing up their echolocation.
  • Vaisha gives Bunea a Virtupine after she looses her Dragonfruit, as well as freezes the Internal Stalks.
  • Anaheim gives Bunea a Starapple after she looses her Virtupine, and cuts through the waves of Wavebirds in the air segment.
  • Lydia gives Bunea a Laserberry after she looses her Starapple, and chops up Squid Towers to make into sushi.
  • Togea gives Bunea another Chococherry and chops enemies that kill Bunea so they don't appear the next time the player respawns.
  • Moona gives Bunea a Snowtato in the snow segment, and uses her lunar powers to turn Sergeant Snowmen into water.

Once Bunea reaches the Goal Gate, she looks up to the boss door and kicks it open.

Voidmato cannot go into this level.

World 8Patch

World 8-6 (Alternate)
PurpleScarab SBW

If Bunea has killed all the bosses, or the player is playing Voidmato's story, the level is played instead, being much tougher, lacking in power-ups and all the segements have all their intended enemies. The beginning of the level sees Bunea go up against Bio Thorns, and then faces against Sevenakes coming out of a roulette maching. Using the level to propel herself into a high platform with a key, Bunea needs to outrun the Infernal Stalk and open up the lock around the jet engine that launches her into the smoggy cloud platforms that vanish after Bunea has been on them for five seconds. Wavebirds appear in waves and Bunea needs to get on higher platforms to avoid them. She will then need to jump down into water, filled with Swinging Sals and Squid Towers. After this water segment, Bunea will make the jump to snowy land where she needs to go through a army of Sergeant Snowmen. After this gauntlet, the Goal Gate is next to the boss door and Bunea kicks it open.
World 8Patch MistressWeird

World 8-BOSS

Bunea finally meets up with Mistress of Weird, who demands Bunea give her home world back to her so that she doesn't kill her, as it would be shame to cut someone up like her. Bunea refuses and needs to convince Mistress of Weird to drop her imperialism ways or will have to fight her. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.
World 8Patch Heart2

World 8-HEART 2

Mistress of Weird's secret VIP club inside of the Museum of the Weird, named the Hand of Strange Society. Mistress of Weird will sometimes hang out here, inviting other lovers if Bunea and Mistress of Weird are in a poly relationship with other bosses.

World V: Junkyard Junction

Course Information
World VPatch

World V-1

Voidmato enters Junkyard Junction via a Star Cannon from Vaisha from the Museum of Weird, outstretching his arms as he lands. Voidmato needs to use a Balloonagus to float upwards, which he will then come across a bunch of Litwicks around some pools of gasoline, which he needs to blow out their candles before the place gets set on fire. Voidmato then uses some upward conveyor belts to wall jump across, going across a steel section filled with Galactic Rustlers. Lydia and Gwenasis will put out some nasty fires if they occur. The Goal Gate is located near a garbage chute.
World VPatch

World V-2

Voidmato enters through a garbage chute and into a incinerator conveyor belt, needing to make his way across the belts and wall jump to get higher through the level. Moona will send some snow on one of the conveyor belts, which Voidmato can use a Snowtato to roll across, rolling up Sparkrods in his path. After slamming the snowball into a wall, Voidmato needs to wall jump upwards to a escape pipe, which will suck him up into a hill of garbage, of which Sluggaplats are infesting. Vaisha attacks with pixel holograms, dealing with them before they can come to Voidmato, freeing the path to the Goal Gate.
World VPatch

World V-3

Voidmato needs to climb up some smog clouds, with Anaheim providing him with a Starapple to proceed easier upwards. Going across the smog clouds and dealing with Fruit Bats, Voidmato then comes across a giant plow, which moves forward, forming a mountain of garbage that Voidmato climbs. Liz Izzard then gives Voidmato her drilling machine to drive, which Voidmato uses to get through a giant wall of garbage, landing on the other side to the Goal Gate.
World VPatch

World V-4

Voidmato finds himself on another set of conveyors, this time through a crushing machine that crushes things into cubes. If Voidmato gets crushed by the conveyors, he will take massive damage as it forms him into a cube, of which he pops out of. Voidmato needs to avoid Flowees and Zamborbs. He then comes across a two person button puzzle, of which Tikzaku gives him a Chococherry to use. Finally, when he comes across the boss door and needs three keys to unlock it, Mistress of Weird freezes the Infernal Stalks so he can grab them without getting chased. With the Goal Gate behind the door, Voidmato is ready to take on Diablister!
World VPatch Diablister

World V-BOSS

Voidmato tackles Diablister, which begins as a parody of Bowser's first boss battle from Super Mario Bros., before revealing himself as a tentacle and thorned alien creature that chases Voidmato as he needs to attack it. More details are available under the "Bosses" section.

Enemies

Each World has a set of five enemies that it introduces, with the exception of Exhausted End which introduces a whopping six and Junkyard Junction which only introduces two. Each enemy has their unique function and way of attacking Bunea.

World 1: Chococarrot Charge Enemies

Image + Name Info
JellyShelly

Jelly Shelly (Red)

Jelly Shellys walk around with their spiked heads, with their vulnerable backs visible to the player at pretty much all times. All it takes is a dash or attack on their backs to defeat them.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
15 Speed: 2

Defense: 0

Spiked Head Back of shell
Flowee

Flowee

Flowees walk around, occasionally jumping or discharging a fireball to attack foes. They are weak where their roots are, which is their lower half of their body.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
15 Speed: 3

Attack: 6

Fireball Discharge Bottom of the character
BioThorn

Bio Thorn

Bio Thorns stick their necks out of their bodies and fire off fireballs to attack. They can stretch their necks to follow Bunea potentially through the entire level.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
30 Speed: 6

Attack: 6

Fireball Discharge Neck
GalacticRustler

Galactic Rustler

Galactic Rustlers use their guns to fire stardust embedded bullets at Bunea, usually chasing after Bunea if they miss. A reticle will appear over Bunea if they're aiming at her, so Bunea needs to move quickly.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
20 Speed: 8

Attack: 10

Stardust Bullets Tentacles
JesterSBW

Chocojester

Chocojesters can juggle projectiles thrown at them and then throw them back at Bunea. Bunea can attack them with melee attacks or a dash.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Speed: 6

Attack: 2

Juggle Reflect Can't do anything about melee attacks.
EddyEdge

Eddy Edge

Eddy Edges are tough as rock and covered head to toe in spikes. Touching them directly won't do you much good. They luckily don't have much health, but their defense will weaken some of your attacks against them.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Attack: 6

Defense: 10

Spikes around entire body Attacks

World 2: Dragonfruit Desert Enemies

Image + Name Info
FruitBat

Fruit Bat (Red)

Fruit Bats rest upside down and strike Bunea when she gets close. Due to their small hitbox, hitting them can be tough, but they are generally weak otherwise.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Speed: 3

Defense: 0

Their "feet" Whole body
Bandlekoot

Bandlekoot

Bandlekoots are aggressive bipedal animals that spin to attack as well as using their huge fanged mouths to bite Bunea. While spinning, they can reflect projectiles but stop when hit by a melee weapon.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
14 Speed: 7

Defense: 5

Spinning attacks

Biting attacks

Melee attacks when spinning
Inkstorm

Inkstorm

Inkstorms float above Bunea and attack using blots of ink, covering her vision temporarily. They act more as a nuisance than a actual credible threat. Their bucket helmets are surprisingly their weak points.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
15 Speed: 2

Defense: 3

Ink Bucket helmet
Sevenake

Sevenake

Sevenakes fly in the sky and dive down to attack Bunea, diving back and forth when they hit Bunea. Bunea must movely quickly and attack them to defeat them.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
7 Attack: 7

Speed: 7

Dive Eyes
Flamebeak

Flamebeak

Flamebeaks follow Bunea as long as they can using their brilliant black wings, occasionally speeding up using a damaging flame charge. Their gold beak is the most vulnerable part on them.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Attack: 12

Speed: 6

Flame Charge Golden Beak

World 3: Dimensional Dungeon Enemies

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Meteorzoid

Meteorzoid

Meteorzoids dash across the screen, spewing out lava from their insides to harm Bunea. They have a +-shaped weakspot that can be easily exploited.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Speed: 12

Defense: 8

Lava Spit The + on their body
Brazaxus

Brazaxus

Brazaxus are shy individuals that don't want to attack Bunea head on, instead shooting out their needles while they deflate momentarily, before rising up again as their needles return. Before their huffing animation, it is optimal to hit them.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Attack: 12

Defense: 5

Needle Spit Prior to huffing
YogoRoller

Yogo Roller

Yogo Rollers roll across platforms, stopping to eject out spikes to hit Bunea. Bunea can bounce off these when they're rolling, as well as destroy them from a distance.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Attack: 12

Defense: 5

Needle Push Eye
Ettibit

Etti Bit

Etti Bits often come in packs, appearing in groups of five. They are rather speedy and go straight for Bunea to attack with their Freeze Aura, freezing poor Bunea. They don't have much health though, and can be taken out pretty easily, but their numbers make them pretty deadly.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
5 Attack: 5

Speed: 10

Freeze Aura Below them
KronkBucket

Kronk Bucket

Kronk Buckets aren't enemies in the traditional sense, as when they fall on Bunea, their hallow insides just cover her. This forces Bunea to stop using weapons and use the environment around her to destroy the Kronk Bucket. Kronk Buckets have spikes that extend out of them that can be used to poke into escalating walls and poke into weaker enemies. They will melt away in heated areas.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
20 Speed: 10

Defense: 30

Spike Extend Heated Surfaces

World 4: Virtupine Virtuworld Enemies

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BuzzHarlequinn

Buzz Harlequinn

Buzz Harlequinns zip across the stage, following Bunea wherever she travels until she attacks them, in which they attack with electrical attacks.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
25 Speed: 20

Attack: 8

Electrical Joust Their head
Sluggaplat

Sluggaplat

Sluggaplats crawl across the floor, as well as across spikes. Bunea can ride across them, although if a Sluggaplat sees her on ground level, it will chase her and attempt to bite her.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
40 Attack: 15

Defense: 30

Bile Bite Behind
Invadlee

Invadlee

Invadlees come out from below and float upwards, floating down from the screen and attaching themselves to Bunea with their tentacles if they connect with her. Bunea has to shake them off with a laser dash or by jumping repeatedly. When wrapped around Bunea, they will poison her.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
15 Attack: 5

Defense: 5

Posion Wrap Torso
Galaxburgian

Galaxburgian

Galaxburgians appear from the shadows, holding stand-offs against Bunea as they pull laser guns from their cloaks. They are incredibly quick sharpshooters and will vanish as soon as they shoot, teleporting away. Bunea needs to fire quickly at them.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
25 Attack: 15

Speed: 35

Quickshot Tentacle Firing tentacle
Infernal Stalk

Infernal Stalk

Infernal Stalks appear when Bunea grabs a item surronded in a firery aura, such as a key or a switch. She must either use the key or switch before the Infernal Stalk gets to her or they will unleash devastating attacks on her. They will also follow her from room to room.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
999 Speed: 15

Defense: 99

Burning Kicks Fire-based weapons

World 5: Starapple Skies Enemies

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Cloudizuru

Cloudizuru

Cloudizurus are cloudy creatures that are capable of producing electricity from their head, meaning that Bunea will be shocked if she attempts to jump over them or on them. They can also walk on air. They don't actively go after Bunea, but rather casually stroll around.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
55 Defense: 20

Attack: 18

Brain Storm Their tail
Cirrus Cube

Cirrus Cube

Cirrus Cubes bounce up and down across the ground, and when defeated, they split off into smaller cubes (2-> 4-> 8-> 16). They don't have much health, but they really hurt. If they are lit on fire, when they split off, their smaller versions will be set on fire as well, killing them quickly.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Attack: 20

Defense: 0

Bounce Being lit on fire
Gustdog

Galedog

Galedogs scuttle around until they see Bunea, jumping off as their segments "blow" towards Bunea, with each segment having their own individual health.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
20 per Segment Speed: 30

Attack: 20

Galedog Blowback Bottom segment when put together
Wavebird

Wavebird

Wavebirds fly in packs, appearing like impending tidal waves as they sweep across the stage. While they don't have a ton of health, they come in numbers of 20-50. When they complete the wave, they swoop back to do it again.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
5 Attack: 5

Defense: 0

Tidal Wavebird Fire spreading across their pack
SatelliteScott

Satellite Scott

Satellite Scott has spikes all around his body, and he just floats in place. He deflects projectiles and melee attacks. The only way to defeat him is with specific weapons like the Cosmic Nova or the Barrier Stick.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
999 Attack: 15

Defense: 999

Spikes N/A

World 6: Laser Lake Enemies

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SpikeShel

Spike Shell

Spike Shells lay on the ground and are activated after Bunea steps on them, following her in a quick pursuit. They have no apparent weakpoint and use their horns to hit Bunea from a distance.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
60 Defense: 30

Attack: 20
Speed: 10

Horns N/A
Gillus Shrimp

Gillus Shrimp

Gillus Shrimps are small creatures that float towards Bunea and slowly poison her when attached. They can be shaken off with a dash, but Bunea can't dash underwater, so Bunea needs to quickly find a way to the surface to do so.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
5 Attack: 5

Defense: 0

Gillus Poison Everywhere
BrainiacJellyfish

Brainiac Jellyfish

Brainiac Jellyfishes swim towards Bunea and then attempt to attack her with a shock attack that comes off the top of her head, before descending down and then swimming close to Bunea again to try and shock her.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
25 Attack: 10

Speed: 5

Brainstorm Tentacles
SquidTower

Squid Tower

The Squid Towers crawl across the surface and on the bottom of the ocean floor, blowing ink bubbles that will disable Bunea's movement and cause her to float up to either the surface or the ceiling if she gets caught in it.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
70 Attack: 0

Defense: 30

Ink bubbles Tentacles
Pentafish

Pentafish

Pentafish are creatures that walk on the land and on the bottom of the floor, with a random melee weapon in their hands. Defeat them and you can grab their weapon to use.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
66 Attack: 36

Defense: 16

Random melee weapon Eye with horns

World 7: Snowtato Slushlands Enemies

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SergentSnowman

Sergeant Snowman

Sergeant Snowmen are snowmen that carry around various random melee weapons, of which they drop when Bunea defeats them. They aren't very fast, but they add a additional ten points of damage of any weapon they use.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
60 Attack: 10+to current weapon

Speed: 2

Weapons Torso
SwingingSal

Swinging Sal

Swinging Sals swing similar to a pendulum in the air, with the tops of their heads acting as a platform. Should Bunea touch the blade part, she'll get severely damaged. She can destroy Swinging Sals, but this isn't really recommended as they act as a platform and respawn quickly anyway.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
100 Attack: 50

Defense: 20

Pendulum Swing Head
ChillSkull

Chill Skull

Chill Skulls hang on the wall and become activated when Bunea walks under them, shivering as they fly towards her, floating JUST above her so that if she jumps, she gets frozen. Bunea needs to use a melee weapon or something that can hit above her to get rid of the Chill Skull, or get out of their range.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
15 Attack: 12

Defense: 10

Chill Breath Lower jaw
Punchtimber

Punch Timber

Punch Timbers appear in the background and pop out when Bunea walks past them, although they freeze in place when Bunea looks back.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
100 Attack: 50

Defense: 20

Pendulum Swing Head
ZetiKreti

Zeti

Zetis are small enemies that hobble over to Bunea. They can be taken out easily, but Bunea can't stomp on them due their pokey horns.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
10 Attack: 10

Defense: 10

Zeti Bite Eyes

World 8: Exhausted End Enemies

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KitchenMan

Kitchen Man

Kitchen Men are made of silverware, and usually prepare meals for Mistress of Weird. They are enlisted to fight against Bunea when she enters their kitchen and use their spooks and knives to attack.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
40 Attack: 18

Speed: 25

Knife Kick

Silver Spoon Slug

Fork body
Zamborb

Zamborb

Zamborbs can't be stomped, but they waddle toward Bunea like a Zeti. They have a lot of health, but no way to attack. Poor guy.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
100 Attack: 0

Defense: 50

N/A Left foot
Pizzagheist

Pizzagheist

Pizzagheists pop out of pizza boxes and haunt Bunea if she stomps on the pizza boxes, making her weapons covered in sticky cheese and being unable to use them. They fade away after 60 seconds, their curse disappearing as well.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
N/A N/A Pizza Curse N/A
Zorbinoid

Zorbinoid

Zorbinoids are similar to Zamborbs in that they have a lot of defense, but they also have a random gun they use against Bunea.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
100 Attack: 20+to current weapon

Defense: 50

Random ranged weapon Right foot
ScissorstackCrab

Scissorstack Crab

Scissorstack Crabs crawl across the ground, using their scissor claws to attack Bunea. They retract into their shell if Bunea brings out a powerful weapon, allowing Bunea to kick their shell to use as a ground bound weapon that runs across the ground.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
50 Attack: 30

Defense: 20

Scissor Snap Fear of powerful weapons
Helitopper

Helitopper

Helitoppers fly across the air and then descend down onto Bunea to take away her dash. They can be shot out of the air and cause a explosion.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
15 Attack: 0

Speed: 20

Forced Wear Propeller

World V: Junkyard Junction Enemies

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Sparkrod

Sparkrod

Sparkrods act like dogs before they see Voidmato, barking at him as sparks fly from their mouths, electrifying wires. Voidmato needs to figure out how to calm spark rods to stop them from sparking, either by throwing a projectile or dropping a weapon for Sparkrods to play with.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
300 Speed: 20 Spark Bark Constant need to play
Litwax

Litwax

Litwax set things on fire near them, as long as their wick is lit. They freeze when their wick is blown out.
Health Stats Attacks/Damaging Areas Weak Point
30 Defense: 2<br

Speed: 5

Ignorance Flamesetter Wick

Bosses

Major

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LizIzzard

Liz Izzard
Soul LizIzzard

Boss of World 1: Chococarrot Charge. Liz Izzard acts somewhat gruff and aggressive when greeting the player, but when she realizes she's actually going up against them in a fight she gets visibly scared.

Fight
Liz Izzard fights in a drilling machine that can fire off missiles at the player. She tends to get away from the player and often fires missiles to keep them away from her, although she cannot drill outside of her fighting arena, getting stuck and leaving herself open to the player for attack. She only has 100 health, meaning she will be taken down easily, especially if the player attacks the glass cockpit of her vehicle.


Befriend/Romance
Liz Izzard is gruff and aggressive towards the player, although she doesn't really seem to actually know why she should be, more noting her "superiors" having a dislike for the player. She also suffers from a lack of self-confidence, believing she's not pretty or good looking like the other characters. Should the player attempt to flirt with them, they usually respond kindly and eventually let the player inside where they spend the night in the same bed. After this, Liz Izzard will sometimes gift the player with a Chococarrot after completing a incredibly tough level. Liz Izzard is also open to a poly relationship, although due to her inferiority complex the player needs to visit her fairly often in her castle in World 1-BOSS.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossesion Bird
Clementine
A mechanical bird that Liz Izzard created as a young child, cherishing it because it was her first invention.

Gwenasis

Gwenasis
Soul Gwenasis

Boss of World 2: Dragonfruit Desert. Gwenasis is more relaxed, and doesn't actually seem to have any actual interest in fighting you. She responds more positively when the player attempts to engage with her, but shrugs them off when they go into battle.

Fight
Gwenasis acts detached from the ongoings around them when battling the player, attacking with water arrows and strange warping magic that allows them to teleport around the stage. She can unleash a pink energy beam that saps away most of the player's health if they don't dodge it in time. She has 200 health and her weak point is her stomach. She becomes especially open to attacks when about to use her energy beam.


Befriend/Romance
Gwenasis acts very friendly, as she has no actual interest in fighting the player. As the conversation later reveals, it's mostly because she feels like she's no good at battling despite having trained so much and she doesn't find fighting fun. She responds kindly with Bunea's flirting and she usually is the quickest to befriend out of all the bosses, inviting the player into her beach shack as they sleep in the same bed. After this, Gwenasis will sometimes gift the player with a Dragonfruit after completing a incredibly tough level. Gwenasis is open to polyamorous relationships and usually gets along with other romance partners that the player may have. She has particularly good chemistry with Liz Izzard, as they both feel inadequate.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossesion Mug
Tiki Mug
A mug from a island that Gwensasis claims to have visited. It remind her of the memories there..

Tikzaku

Tikzaku
Soul Tikzaku

Boss of World 3: Dimensional Dungeon. Tikzaku is a pop-singer that resides within the Dimensional Dungeon, having been driven mad by her own need for perfection. She purposefully tries to drive people off from getting to know her, often spouting complete nonsense. If the person sticks around, she opens up to them. That said, she can be rather absurd from time to time and does not take murder lightly... unless you happen to be really hot.

Fight
Tikzaku begins in the center of the stage with all the lights out, before a cyan light hits her and a red light hits Bunea. She then proceeds to sing as dozens of eye balls emerge from behind the stage, staring at Bunea. She suddenly belts out a note as a protective shield surrounds her. Bunea must then destroy all the eyeballs, which also shoot at her in rhythm. Once the eyeballs are destroyed, Tikzaku's shield goes temporarily down and she belts out cyan soundwaves she uses as whips. She then goes back into the shield for a bit until the player takes the eyeballs back down again. In her last phase, she grabs Bunea with her pigtail hands and forces her to dance with her, requiring Bunea to jump to avoid zapping cyan circles on the floor, which wind up shocking Tikzaku instead, killing her. She has 300 health and her weakpoint is her left foot.


Befriend/Romance
Tikzaku begins her conversations with complete nonsense, although if the player continues to speak with her, she will eventually open up. She reveals her love for theatrics and strive for perfectionism, although with hardly anyone around to critique her work she feels like she's going insane. By giving her some feedback, she feels very strongly about them. If she feels like the player's criticism is invalid, she does get a little more aggressive. While not easy to befriend or romance, Tikzaku isn't too difficult if you show patience with her. She is open to poly relationships, and has good chemistry with Vaisha due to their love for the cosmic and Anaheim, who is about as equally as insane as her.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossesion Microphone
Eyeball Microphone
A special microphone that Tikzaku crafted herself from a better microphone. She uses it during her songs..

Vaisha

Vaisha
Soul Vaisha

Boss of World 4: Virtuapine Virtuaworld. Vaisha is the lead commander of the Virtuapine Virtuaworld fleet of command and responds directly to Mistrees of Weird, although she has a crippling gaming addiction and is usually seen gaming on her beloved Virtuasystem 64. She doesn't seem to care if Bunea has killed anyone, or if she's in a relationship with anyone else; she actually doesn't care about anything unless it gets in the way of her gaming, which Bunea definitely is.

Fight
Vaisha begins by cracking her knuckles and then releasing a ton of targetting missiles at Bunea, one of which is a purple and yellow fat missile that can be redirected with a attack or dash. Once hit with the missile, Vaisha puts on a VR headset and attacks Bunea with a variety of pixel characters, of which can be defeated using weapons. Bunea can also hit Vaisha when she runs out of pixel characters to protect her. After doing this, Vaisha begins to shoot out missiles again as she reloads her save on the VR Headset. Bunea needs to reflect the missile and destroy Vaisha's pixel characters to get a hit on her, repeating this until Vaisha gets half of her health gone, in which she begins to attack with green energy cutter attacks that need to be blocked or dodged using a dash. The Virtuapine lasers can be used to go right through her defenses. She has 400 health and her weakpoint are her antennae.


Befriend/Romance
Vaisha is rather annoyed with Bunea and most of her attempts to start conversation will just make her more annoyed, but by mentioning video games and asking her about them, Vaisha will drop almost all her annoyance towards Bunea to talk about them. Bunea needs to keep up her interest in what she's talking about to make friends with her, and actively engage in her conversation to romance her. She reveals a love for the cosmic vastness of space, pointing out various stars to Bunea and holds hands with her as she does. Vaisha is not hard to please, but she only really knows how to talk about things she likes as opposed to herself, which she sees as a character flaw in herself. She is open to a poly relationship, but only really has good chemistry with Tikzaku and Gwenasis- that said, she is more interested in playing video games, so the player won't have to visit her too often to remain in the relationship.


Prized Possession
Virtusystem64
Virtuasystem 64
A video game system that Vaisha plays all her games on, such as Jazz Turpentine Adventure and Hiro the Green Lumberjack 64..

Anaheim

Anaheim
Soul Anaheim

Boss of World 5: Starapple Skies. Anaheim is a warrior woman who never backs down from a fight and wishes to die a warrior's death. She is surprisingly tough for a boss, but also hard to talk out of fighting as she sees Bunea as a challenger she wishes to face. She gains respect for the player if they have killed previous bosses, although loses some respect if the player has made friends or lovers with them instead.

Fight
Anaheim's fight takes place in a huge arena, where she swings her axe around, quickly spinning in the arena and then stopping to slam the ground with her giant axe. She has a shield she uses the majority of the time when she is taking a moment to catch her breath, and Bunea needs to attack behind her when this free moment happens. When Anaheim loses half of her health, she catches a second wind and begins to throw her axe like a boomerang at Bunea, of which she can only hope to block or dodge, and will be completely screwed in the air unless she dashes at the right time. She also unleashes a gore beam by slitting her stomach (which also depletes her own health), which is a directed laser that will follow Bunea, requiring her to crouch at the edge of the arena. When Anaheim is on her last quarter of health, she will send in two lions to chase Bunea around, if they catch her, they will maul her and no shield or dash will help her until they get bored. When finally defeated, Anaheim fades into dust, smiling at Bunea as she leaves her axe and soul behind. She has 500 health and her weakpoint is her stomach.


Befriend/Romance
Anaheim insists on battling Bunea, and trying to become friends with her becomes tricky as most responses she responds kindly to, still insisting that Bunea fight her. Bunea needs to swallow some pride and admit she doesn't want to challenge her as she's certain she will lose, and she can tell just looking at Anaheim. By inflating her ego a little, Bunea can make it so they just spar instead, with Anaheim giving a tutorial on how to use her axe. If Bunea does extremely well in this tutorial (which isn't too hard considering it's over half way through the game), Anaheim will take Bunea as a sparring partner and a life partner, joining her own polyamourous club of warriors (who are all enjoying a vacation in a cloud island at the moment). Anaheim has good chemistery with Tikzaku and Mistress of Weird, but bad chemistry with Gwenasis. She will ask the player to spar with her every once in a while, which are fights that last until half of the health of either fighting party is gone. She offers sparring fights with all of Bunea's friends and lovers, which is handy if the player does want to fight the bosses without suffering negative consequences, although Liz Izzard and Gwenasis aren't exactly into it, and Vaisha will be slightly annoyed at the start but if she wins she will react positively.


Prized Possession
AnaheimAxe SBW
Anaheim's Axe
Anaheim's beloved axe, forged herself with the finest of steels. This is her best weapon in her vast collection, but she's always looking to make a better, grander weapon someday..

LydiaMariner

Lydia
Soul Lydia

Boss of World 6: Laserberry Lake. Lydia is actually not that interested in fighting Bunea, although she does need to under orders of Mistress of Weird. She'd rather just make sushi. The player can easily talk her out of the fight simply by complimenting the sushi, which will go into a rather nice downbeat conversation about Lydia's plans to operate the restaurant and Lydia even remarks she finds Bunea cute, but if Bunea is already in a relationship she will reject advances, stating she cannot share, revealing her monogamous nature. Bunea can romance her if she is only friends with the bosses or has defeated them, although Lydia will find it hard to love Bunea at first knowing her kill number.

Fight
Lydia sighs as she summons a flurry of water tridents in the lake floor for the swimming Bunea to dodge. She is actively bored throughout the fight in her first fight, yawning as she summons Squid Towers and Pentafish to deal with Bunea while she takes a nap. Bunea can attack her in this sleep state. When half of her health is gone, Lydia becomes panicked, and begins to actually seriously fight Bunea, activating jets to push Bunea into her trident attacks as well as summoning coral to coat the arena floor while she uses a Laserberry to dodge Bunea's projectile attacks. When Bunea finishes her, she accepts her death and leaves her soul behind, as well as a paper containing sushi recipes, requesting Bunea to take over the sushi restaurant. She has 600 health and her weakpoint is her tail.


Befriend/Romance
Lydia is very easy to befriend or romance, although she cannot enter a polyamourous relationship and will end the relationship if Bunea romances another boss after they get together. She will also end the relationship if the player fails to meet up with her or kills another boss. While her relationship can feeling restricting in relationship to the others, she will send Bunea a Laserberry after tough levels, and will make sushi for her to heal with.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossesion SleepingBag
Sushi Sleeping Bag
A sleeping bag that Lydia uses as she doesn't own a bed. It's themed after sushi and Lydia feels quite cozy in it. She brings it to other bosses' castles when they host sleepovers.

Moona

Moona
Soul Moona

Boss of World 7: Snowtato Slushlands. Moona is held captive in her tower, having been so since she was young to protect her from a disease she doesn't have. Moona has grown to find comfort in this captivity and uses her lunar powers to control ice and water to freeze anyone that tries to free her in a massive ice wall that surrounds her tower. She doesn't want to fight Bunea and will let her go without a fight if Bunea agrees not to rescue her. The conversation will be made more difficult if Mint is around, as she wants to rescue her and save her- Bunea needs to talk Mint out of it if she intends to be friends with Moona and not freeze Mint.

Fight
Moona begins with a huge burst of ice, which freezes the arena around Bunea and her, making the floor slippery. She then summons a tidal wave of Wavebirds, before freezing them as they go above Bunea. Moona then shuts her eyes as she concentrates a freeze beam at Bunea. Managing to survive all that, or at least dodge some of it, will have Moona become very tired and exhausted as she starts to nod off to sleep, Bunea can then attack her before she repeats her wavebird and freeze beam attack. When half of her health is gone, she starts to summon icicles to slide across the stage as she shoots huge sharp snowflake projectiles at Bunea. Once she is defeated, she vanishes into snowflakes as her Soul descends down. She has 700 health and her weakpoint is her feet.


Befriend/Romance
Moona just wants to be left alone, but can be befriended if Bunea agrees to let her stay in her own isolated captivity, with promises to visit to help her feel less lonely. Should Bunea be single before visiting Moona, the two can pursue a relationship, although Moona usually needs Bunea when she feels depressed. Moona breaks up the relationship if Bunea dates another boss.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossession Moonflowers
Moonflowers Bouquet
This collection of Moonflowers has been watered by Moona in her spare time, keeping them rather healthy and sprig as she tends to them.

MistressofWeird

Mistress of Weird
Soul MistressofWeird

Boss of World 8: Exhausted End. Mistress of Weird is the main antagonist of the game and has been bottling up worlds prior to the start of the game, leaving the ones Bunea goes through. Bunea realizes she needs to stop running from her and just talk to her, but Mistress of Weird just wants what Bunea stole back (her home world) or she'll just cut her up. If Bunea can manage to find a way to convince Mistress of Weird to not do that and to stop her imperialistic ways, the Mistress of Weird can be a powerful ally... but either way the player tries to approach it, it'll be tough.

Fight
Mistress of Weird sits on her throne, free to attacks from Bunea as the throne becomes the head of a quadruped mech that chases after Bunea, shooting lasers from two cannons on it's front legs. Bunea needs to out run it while getting shots in through melee or ranged attacks. She also needs to use the Balloonagus powerup to float past skyscrapers as it chases her up them. At half of her health, Mistress of Weird begins to summon Kitchen Men to attack Bunea as well as attempting to use elemental bombs against Bunea. Bunea can grab these bombs to uses against the throne-creature's legs to blow them up. After the throne creature is destroyed, Mistress of Weird uses a staff that will transform Bunea into a powerless green chicken if struck for a temporary amount of time as she summons meteors to strike her. Once Mistress of Weird is destroyed, she screams and shouts as her body cracks away to reveal her soul. She has 800 health and her weakpoint is her head.


Befriend/Romance
After refusing to give up her home world, Bunea needs to convince Mistress of Weird that her imperialstic methods are bad and point to the damage they've done- the cultures she might find weird that she shut out because she wouldn't let them exist untampered. It's not a lovely conversation but once Mistress of Weird realizes the damage she's done she agrees to let the worlds go- and then gets suicidal, which requires Bunea to comfort her if they plan to befriend her. To romance her, Bunea needs to show some interest in the Mistress herself after everything is cooled down, and the two hold hands as they release Bunea's homeworld. As Mistress of Weird is the last boss, she doesn't really provide any benefits to Bunea's gameplay aside from letting her take on tougher or enemy-less versions of the levels. When in a polyamourous relationship, she generally gets along well with everyone, and likes to visit all the worlds and invite Bunea to various dating spots.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossesion Potion
Rainbow Potion
This potion of rainbow fluids are a collection of spit from various weird creatures, their colors all blending together to create a colorful potion that doesn't seem to have any effects. She probably likes this as it's the combination of various weird beings she's met.

Diablister

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Diablister

Boss of World V: Junkyard Junction. Voidmato is just ready to mess this dude up for stealing his girl, and the bosses from the past worlds aren't too pleased with him either stealing their prized possessions. The boss looks like it'll be easy once Voidmato manages to hit a button, sending Diablister into the incinerator, until Diablister sheds the mask and costume he's wearing, revealing himself as a strange alien creature that not even Mistress of Weird seems to recognize!

Fight
The actual fight with Diablister, once the parodic theatrics with the button is done, involves a vertical chase, where Voidmato needs to use the Ballonagus powerup and wall jumps to scale upwards, while attacking him with projectiles. Diablister will, on occasion, fire fireballs at Voidmato or attempt to attack him with his thorny tentacles. When Diablister looses half of his health, the vertical climb stops and Diablister faces Voidmato in a abandoned factory as Roxanne watches on and cheers on Voidmato. Diablister attacks with his tentacles and fireballs, as well as firing a giant laser. Once Voidmato defeats him, Diablister flies away with a single health point, creating a portal into a strange blue energy dimension. Voidmato unties Roxanne and realizes there's a bomb attached to the junkyard rig they're on. The two then scramble to safety. He has 800 health and his weakpoint is his face, which the mask previously protected him from.

Minor

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Shardene

Mini Boss of World 3: Dimensional Dungeon. Shardene is one of Mistress of Weird's body guards, and is not interested in dealing with Bunea whatsoever, planning to kill her as soon as she can so she can take her soul and go back to eating tuna fish. She's abrasive and not really in the mood to mess around. She will reject any advances made by Bunea, stating she's already in a committed relationship with Brakkara.

Fight
Shardene starts the fight on the high ground, descending slowly as she uses her cloak to glide down. She also releases a bunch of sword fish as she does, which fall fast to the ground to impale Bunea. Once she reaches the ground, she attacks by kicking up dust and attempting to ram Bunea with her horns. She can get stuck on the wall, allowing Bunea to attack her. Once she gets half of her health gone, she will start slinging sword fish at Bunea, attempting to impale her, throwing barrels of fish and then knives before charging up for a quick horn rush, tricking Bunea when she gets her horns stuck as she kicks her away before swinging into another toss fest. Projectile attacks are recommended. After being defeated, Shardene staggers, with one health left as she decides it isn't worth it and vanishes into smoke.


Prized Possession
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Bucket of Tuna Fish
Shardene enjoys the simple things in life, like a bucket of tuna fish. She eats it head first. Everyone but her girlfriend finds it quite disgusting, but Brakkara can't help but find it cute.

Dexa-9E

Dexa-9E

Mini Boss of World 5: Viruapine Virtuaworld. Dexa-9E is a later model based off the Dexa prototype, who takes his job as security very seriously! He isn't around for chat, and he's just here to do what he was programmed to do; stand menacingly and battle if the intruder puts up a fight.

Fight
Dexa-9E starts by firing their laser eyes, allowing Bunea to attack them. They then unleash a huge screen spanning beam that Bunea needs to crouch or shield it. After discharging this, they will need to take a moment to rest before unleashing it again. After half of his health is down, he begins to shoot a arc of lasers, not unlike a shmup boss. Bunea needs to block and jump over the radius he fires out to land hits on him. He has 250 health and blows up upon death. His weak point is his antennae.

Voidmato never fights Dexa-9E so he has no prized possession.

Togea

Togea
Soul Togea

Mini Boss of World 6: Laserberry Lake. Togea is a bodygaurd for Mistress of Weird, although when she sees Bunea, she instantly falls in love with her. Togea has sadistic tendencies and likes the smell and taste of blood, saying that Bunea would look even better if she had a couple of bruises.

Fight
Togea begins her battle by screaming at Bunea, before pulling out two knives and running across the oil rig. Togea is very fast and even has her own dash that she can use to hurt Bunea if Bunea is near her. While she has very speedy attacks, she doesn't have a lot of defense measures against projectiles. When half of her health is gone, she begins to throw knives instead at Bunea, taking a moment to stand still. Bunea can attack her from behind when she throws the knives. When defeated, Togea stabs herself, taking out her own one health point and carves out her soul to give to Bunea, figuring she would have more of a use for it than herself. She has 300 health and her weakpoint is her back.


Befriend/Romance
Togea is very easy to romance, although if the player just wants to be friends with her, it can be slightly harder. Bunea needs to also calm Togea down a bit with her more sadistic tendencies before she feels comfortable dating her- that said, this isn't too hard. Togea displays a obsessive and protective attitude around Bunea, and likes to bite her cheek and neck. In a polyamourous relationship, Togea is mostly concerned with Bunea and doesn't really care about others unless they take up too much of Bunea's time, of which she plot to murder them. Bunea needs to visit her fairly often or Togea will attack one of Bunea's lovers and attempt to kill them- she can kill Liz Izzard, Gwenasis, and Tikazaku and give their Soul to Bunea, although Bunea can resurrect them. Should Bunea decide to break off the relationship, Togea will become very depressed and stay in her bunker for the rest of the game.


Prized Possession
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Bunea's XXX
Togea's most treasured and secret possession, of which is the only secret she keeps from Bunea. It's hidden in her bunker although she likes to keep it with her on occassion.

Brakkara

Brakkara

Mini Boss of World 8: Exhausted End. Brakkara guards the entrance of the Museum of the Weird, and is in a relationship with Shardene. She's a rather strong girl, being able to bounce speeding bullets off her muscles. Bunea needs to get past her to enter the Museum of the Weird.

Fight
Brakkara begins by chugging a whole bucket of energy drink, of which Bunea can freely attack during. She then charges with a uppercut to Bunea if she can, and then flexes to reflect projectiles off her muscles. She then follows up with a shoulder charge to Bunea, before repeating the flex and uppercut. When half of her health is gone, she grabs a sidewalk slab and throws it at Bunea, before flexing her muscles to reflect projectiles twice the strength of their original strength. She then attempts to hit Bunea with a flurry of attacks. After getting down to a single health point, Brakkara bails, claiming Bunea isn't worth it. She has 400 health and her weakpoint is her back.


Prized Possession
PrizedPossession Stingray
Steel Stingray
This steel stingray is Brakkara's most prized object, being part of a trophy for a wrestling competition that Brakkara tore off as a good luck charm.

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Chain

Bonus Boss of World 3: Dimensional Dungeon. Chain is from another dimension, summoned by Zellen as a challenge for Bunea and Voidmato after they complete their stories. Chain is confused, but Zellen promises her that the player won't kill them. Chain decides to fight the player's character, shrugging as she likes a challenge as well.

Fight
Chain begins by using her whip to attack Bunea/Voidmato from afar, before attacking with a projectile of slime that will trap Bunea/Voidmato and leave them open to attacks from her twin grass blades. She then preforms a dance with her whip swinging around, before going into a stance change with her grass blades. Once half of her health is down, Chain proceeds to attack at twice the speed, with bigger grass blades and astral counter if the player proceeds to use the same attacks and weapons against her. When she is defeated, she has a single health point and is grabbed by Xilda through a light portal, grabbing the exhausted Chain as she quickly greets and says goodbye to the player. Chain has 800 health and her weakpoint is her stomach.

Dating

This section goes more into details about some of the dating mechanics, who's compatible with who and other details.

Dating Partners and Information
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Liz Izzard

Once the player has begun a relationship with Liz Izzard, they will begin at 50% at her heart level. Liz Izzard is a neurotic, meek character at the start, but with Bunea's love she become more confident in herself. She gives Bunea Chococarrots after beating levels and her 100% award is The Lizard. She is poly compatible, but the player should note that she dislikes Togea.
Likes Dislikes
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Gwenasis, Anaheim


Liz Izzard likes Gwenasis due to her chillax attitude and the fact she secretly wears glasses when she doesn't have her contacts. If Bunea goes into a relationship with the both of them, Liz Izzard will shoot up a heart level.

Liz Izzard likes Anaheim because Anaheim is interested in her inventing hobby, wanting to develop better weapons with her, as well as admiring Anaheim's strength. If Bunea goes into a relationship with the both of them, Liz Izzard will shoot up a heart level.

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Togea


Liz Izzard dislikes Togea due to her obsessive nature over Bunea, and Togea's threats towards her about keeping her hands off Bunea. Should Bunea get into a relationship with the both of them, Liz Izzard will drop down a heart level and constantly fight with Togea. If the player's relationship with Togea reaches 50%, Togea will kill Liz Izzard present her Soul to Bunea, who can revive her, although Liz Izzard will break up with Bunea and refuse to talk to her until Bunea breaks up with Togea.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW LizIzzardHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Liz Izzard will be extremely self-confident, as well as pratically love-sick with Bunea and whatever lovers she has. She will award Bunea with The Lizard, a advanced version of The Lancer, and will restock Bunea when she runs out of uses for it. She will also reward Bunea with a Chococarrot after every third level.
SBW LizIzzardHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Liz Izzard will be a bit more confident, inviting the player to visit her or going to other Heart locations to visit with Bunea's friends or other lovers. Liz Izzard gives Chococarrots more often and often expresses gratitude when Bunea comes to visit her.
SBW LizIzzardHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Liz Izzard might invite the player on occassion to visit her, often hard at work with projects in her garage. She may also rarely give the player a Chococarrot after completing a more difficult level (ones that they have died several times in). The relationship begins at this level, try and keep it higher than this.
SBW LizIzzardHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Liz Izzard will be extremely meek and rarely ask Bunea to visit her, although when Bunea does visit her on her own time, Liz Izzard will be wiping away tears. She will procrastinate on projects in her garage as well, and shut herself off from Bunea's other lovers. With enough visits from Bunea, she will eventually go back to the 50% heart level. The player receives no bonuses from Liz Izzard in this state. This only happens after Bunea doesn't show up to her castle after four times, or Togea really gets after her with no involvement from Bunea. If Gwenasis or Anaheim is part of the player's relationship, they may try to visit her to try and comfort her.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Liz Izzard will break up with Bunea. This can be only really accomplished if Bunea doesn't show up to Liz Izzard's castle a total of five times in a row, or she gets killed by Togea and is revived by Bunea. She will refuse to talk to Bunea until she breaks up with Togea in the latter situation.
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Gwenasis

Once the player has begun a relationship with Gwenasis, they will begin at 75% at her heart level. While Gwenasis is a notably chilled out character, and down to earth, she isn't good about talking about her problems until it's rather late. She has the most compatibility with the cast of bosses, being very poly compatible. Her 100% reward is the Oasis Cannon and she gives out Dragonfruits when the player beats a level.
Likes Dislikes
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Liz Izzard, Tikzaku, Vaisha


Gwenasis finds Liz Izzard cute, especially when she stutters. While embarrassed about the fact she has bad eyesight, Liz Izzard makes her feel more confident when she wears glasses.

Gwenasis finds Tikzaku's singing enchanting and loves her crazy attitude, usually hanging out with her if she wants to go on a adventure.

Gwenasis likes Vaisha because of her unintentionally laidback attitude, liking to chill out at her place due to the stars and the fact she has really comfy bean bags.

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Togea


Gwenasis keeps her gripes about Togea to a minimum, but she does find her kind of scary, especially when Togea makes threats to her when Bunea starts spending too much time with her. While Bunea won't drop a heart level with Bunea if Bunea dates Togea, she will start dropping heart levels if Togea begins to threaten her. If Togea hits 50%, she attacks Gwenasis and kills her, taking her soul to Bunea. If revived, Gwenasis will make a ultimatum to Bunea; either break up with her or Togea. If Bunea picks Gwenasis, the relationship with Togea will end and Gwenasis will begin the relationship over at 50%.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW GwenasisHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Gwenasis will often invite Bunea over to her beach house, usually inviting over Bunea's other lovers as well, sometimes for a kiss session with all of them. Gwenasis is extremely happy, and tends to infect everyone with her good mood when they come over, even Togea. Gwenasis will gift Bunea with the Oasis Cannon as well as give her a Dragon Fruit every four levels she completes.
SBW GwenasisHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Gwenasis will ask Bunea to hang out at a common rate, usually to listen to music or to go fishing with her. She will also hang out with Gwenasis' other lovers, and overall has a chill vibe to her. She will sometimes give Bunea a Dragonfruit upon completion of a really hard level that she died a lot in.
SBW GwenasisHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Gwenasis request Bunea to hang out more, fearing that she's loosing her. Gwenasis is more open about her frustrations, as well as starting to hang out with other friends or lovers Bunea has more often if Bunea continues to not go to her beach house after Gwenasis requests her to come over. This state can be reached if Togea keeps threatening her or Bunea doesn't visit her when asked three times. She rarely gives a Dragon Fruit after difficult levels.
SBW GwenasisHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Gwenasis begins to stop asking Bunea to visit her except very rarely, usually when she is depressed. She doesn't give out Dragon Fruits, and will only exclusively hang out with Liz Izzard, Tikzaku, and Vaisha. While Gwenasis appears happy when visiting others, she seems deattached at her own place. This state can be reached if Togea continues to harass her or the player doesn't visit her six times in a row.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Gwenasis breaks up with Bunea, trying to do it without hard feelings. Gwenasis can express interest if Bunea comes back to her and wants to fully make up for her lack of attention on her, although if Gwenasis is still dating Togea, Gwenasis will refuse to even see her. This can be reached quickest if Togea kills Gwenasis and Bunea revives her, or after Bunea stops seeing her ten times in a row.
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Tikzaku

Once the player has begun a relationship with Tikzaku, they will begin at 50% at her heart level. Tikzaku demands attention and her need to satisfy her ego and crippling perfectionism will make her invite Bunea to come to her performances fairly often. Her 100% reward is the Tikazoid and she gives the player a Chococherry to use in reserve after hard levels.
Likes Dislikes
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Gwenasis, Vaisha, Anaheim


Tikzaku likes Gwenasis because of her chilled out attitude and the fact Gwenasis seems to really like her music.

Tikzaku likes Vaisha due to their shared interest in the cosmos and the fact their aesthetics line up well together.

Gwenasis likes Anaheim for her crazy attitude, as well as her aggressiveness. She also feels the most "honest".

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Liz Izzard, Togea


Tikzaku isn't really fond of Liz Izzard that much, especially in a relationship with both her and Gwenasis. Maybe it's a jealously thing, or maybe it's because she sees her as weak... nobody is really sure.

Tikzaku actually likes Togea to a extent, although her obsession with Bunea will quickly make Tikzaku scared of her as she threatens her. She can die to Togea, but if revived, Tikzaku will try to ask Togea to make amends for killing her, which can lead to Togea backing off her.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW TikzakuHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Tikzaku throws a concert specifically for Bunea to celebrate their relationship and ask Bunea to come over for personal concerts dedicated to her, as well as let Bunea suggest outfits she can wear. Tizkau will gift Bunea with the Tikazoid as well as give her a Choco Cherry every four levels she completes.
SBW TikzakuHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Tikzaku will ask Bunea to hang out at a common rate, usually to get more feedback from her songs as well as her opinion on her outfits. She will also invite with Bunea's other lovers to her concerts, and tends to have much more wild performances. She will sometimes give Bunea a Choco Cherry after completing a hard level- for the next one.
SBW TikzakuHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Tikzaku will ask Bunea to hang out a fairly rare rate- usually for her to give some feedback on her performances as well as outfits. These concerts tend to be just Bunea and Tikzaku, with maybe some enemies in attendance. Very rarely she will gift Bunea a Choco Cherry.
SBW TikzakuHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Tikzaku never asks Bunea to hang out, hanging out with her other friends and lovers instead. When Bunea does visit, Tikzaku is absolutely delighted by her presence but doesn't like to speak out her feelings outside of visits from Bunea.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Tikzaku breaks up with Bunea over text or if she was killed by Togea and is revived, breaks up with Bunea to leave her and Togea alone, asking for amends if possible. Togea will stop going after Tikzaku afterwards.
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Vaisha

Vaisha is a odd person to date because she seems to care more about video games than dating Bunea- as such, Vaisha is kind of one of the easier people to date. She doesn't expect much, but if you miss her requests for you to visit her, she has less tolerance for you. The relationship begins at a solid 25% though, weirdly lower than most other bosses, which means one mistake early in the relationship will likely end it.
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Liz Izzard, Gwenasis, Tikzaku


Vaisha likes Liz Izzard because like her, she doesn't care to fight and Liz can fix up her machines when they get broken. She also finds her a somewhat challenging video game opponent.

Vaisha likes Gwenasis because she just lets her be and they don't care about fighting either. They like to chill out and maybe watch the stars together, although Gwenasis is not very good at video games.

Vaisha likes Tikzaku because she and her share a interest in the cosmos, often star-gazing together out of Vaisha's window on Virtupine. Tikzaku isn't very good at video games but she is interested at least trying them.

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Anaheim


Vaisha DESPISES Anaheim due to Anaheim always bugging her off her video games to fight, which is the last thing she really wants to do. She doesn't even find Anaheim honestly that attractive anyway, and while she won't hate Bunea if she dates Anaheim too, she will be annoyed whenever Anaheim invites her over. She shows up VERY rarely in Anaheim's Arena, usually pissed off. If the player spends a lot of time with Anaheim, Vaisha's heart level might go down a peg, but she really doesn't care that much.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW VaishaHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Vaisha will be more open to inviting people over to play video games with Bunea and her other lovers, overall growing a more solid relationship with all of them. She will award Bunea with The Virtupine Gamegirl Piano, a advanced version of The Gamegirl Piano, and will restock Bunea when she runs out of uses for it. She will also reward Bunea with a Virtupine after every fifth level.
SBW VaishaHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Vaisha will invite Bunea a bit more commonly to play video games with her, as well as inviting others to join her rarely. She may gave out a Virtupine to Bunea on rare occassion.
SBW VaishaHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Vaisha will rarely ask Bunea to play video games with her, although is always welcome to have her over and invite people. She will stress that she wants to be left alone though when invited to other locations.
SBW VaishaHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Vaisha will very rarely ask Bunea to play video games with her, and the player has to go to her if they want to strengthen the relationship. Vaisha will straight up refuse to go to other places, especially Anaheim's arena and repeated askings can break the relationship up.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Vaisha just breaks up with Bunea over a text. When encountered again, Vaisha seems wholy uninterested in dating Bunea again, although if Bunea can rekindle the spark the relationship will reset to 25%.
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Anaheim

Anaheim prefers to fight and trying to talk her out of it will take some pride-swallowing on Bunea's end and ego-boosting to the warrior. Anaheim actually has her own polyamorous group of girlfriends that are away during the events of the game, so she is very open to a expanding relationship circle, although she does have some people she won't be so willing to share a relationship with Bunea with, although not to the extent where she will lose a heart level over it. She is one of the few characters that actually adores Togea. She also gives the player the ability to spar with other bosses, as well as her own axe (named Anaheim's Axe), upon 100% Heart Level. She will also rarely give Bunea a Starapple upon completion of a hard level even a 100%; not really a believer in Power-Ups.
Likes Dislikes
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Liz Izzard, Tikzaku, Togea


Anaheim likes Liz Izzard because she helps her work on stronger weapons and while Liz doesn't like fighting, she doesn't adopt a completely peaceful attitude.

Anaheim likes Tikzaku because she finds their strive to want to always improve inspiring and relatable, and she likes her voice.

Anaheim likes Togea because of her attitude towards fighting, often finding it adorable when Togea threatens her for spending too much time with Bunea.

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Gwenasis, Vaisha


Anaheim doesn't really like Gwenasis all that much due to her non-violent attitude, although being in a relationship with Gwenasis will not decrease her Heart Level- she isn't that petty about it.

Anaheim doesn't really like Vaisha all that much for a similar reason- she just cares about videogames and despite playing some rather violent ones, Vaisha doesn't care to fight, which Anaheim sees as somewhat hypocritical of her.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW AnaheimHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Anaheim will be open to spar at any time, as well as attempt to coax other friends of Bunea into joining them on sparring battles. She will also invite Bunea to fairly big feasts afterwards that restore all her health, as well as gift Bunea with Anaheim's Axe, her most prized weapon.
SBW AnaheimHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Anaheim will invite Bunea more often to sparring battles. Her battles become a bit tougher to win against and she will on occasion invite other people to spar with her and Bunea. Bunea can bet on reserve Power-Ups she has on the outcomes of other fights and double or even triple the Power-Ups from wins.
SBW AnaheimHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Anaheim will occasionally ask Bunea to sparring battles. These are standard difficulty fights and it will typically be just them. Very rarely will Anaheim ask Bunea to go to her weapons room or have a feast with her.
SBW AnaheimHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Anaheim will rarely ask Bunea to visit her at all, opting for her other friends or lovers to hang out with instead. Anaheim also seems to be easier in her sparring battles due to her lack of interest in fighting Bunea.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Anaheim breaks up with Bunea after asking her to duel her again as a boss. Bunea can refuse to fight and will break up with her or Bunea can defeat her and take her soul.
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Togea

Togea is one of the weirder datable characters as she's not a World Boss, but a mini-boss along the lines of Shardene and Dexa 9-E. She is also incredibly obsessed with Bunea, wanting to cut up the other bosses if Bunea spends too much time with them and not enough time with her. She starts at 75% Heart Level with Bunea, overjoyed she said yes to her. While crazy, she has her own depth to her and can change to be more friendly- perhaps the only boss to go through character development while dating Bunea. She can only give Bunea random power-ups she's scavenged together, but she will always have a gift awaiting Bunea at the end of the level. She also gives her the Bunea Blade upon reaching 100% Heart Level with her. Togea generally loses Heart Levels when she isn't visited or if Bunea doesn't see her after seeing other lovers of her- the latter especially ticks her off and is the easiest way to drop heart levels with her. However, she will never go down to 0% with Bunea, always stuck at 25% unless Bunea tells her she wants to break up.
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Bunea, Mistress of Weird


Togea almost exclusively likes Bunea. That goes to the extent of her likes aside from one other character. While her reasons for liking her so much are mostly shrouded in mystery, it is known she feels a DEEP connection with her upon seeing her, as if they are soulmates. Her most prized possession even relates to Bunea in Voidmato's storyline, and while she can be stalker-ish towards Bunea, she does respect her privacy enough to not snoop on her when she's with other people and not invited- although she feels hurt by these experiences.

Togea likes the Mistress of Weird, being one of her bodyguards and all. She finds her both attractive and very charming, although her love is more crush-like as opposed to her unending love for Bunea.

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Liz Izzard, Gwenasis, Tikzaku, Vaisha, Anaheim


Generally, Togea dislikes almost everyone else, but not to a hysterical degree. In fact, contary to popular belief, she actually never drops a heart level SOLELY because Bunea is dating someone else; merely if she feels she is getting shortchanged in the relationship. With enough time around these people, Togea will actually get to like them, so long as her relationship with Bunea stays strong. That being said, her relationship with all of them will be rather rocky at the start and even gets violent, being able to defeat Liz Izzard, Gwenasis, and Tikzaku and steal their souls for Bunea. If she attempts this with other bosses, she will be near defeat instead and leave with her soul still intact with 1 HP, begging for Bunea to come over.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW TogeaHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Togea will be at her absolute happiest, not just inviting Bunea to her place as often as possible but also accompanying her to other places whenever possible. She is the most open to Bunea's other lovers in this state, and even when Bunea doesn't visit her immediately afterwards after seeing another partner she doesn't get hurt. She also gifts Bunea with the Bunea Blade and random power-ups after completing a level.
SBW TogeaHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Togea will ask Bunea to see her fairly often, and immediately after she visits another lover. Togea is fairly open to easy going people like Gwenasis and Vaisha, but less so with Anaheim and Tikzaku. While she won't make threats to those people on this level, she wants Bunea all to herself. If Bunea reached 100% previously with her, Togea will be merely a bit more quiet than usual, although sometimes found hanging with other lovers of Bunea.
SBW TogeaHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Togea begins to send threats to other characters, which may cause some of them to lose Heart Levels with Bunea. While she doesn't act out, she wants Bunea more and more and will ask Bunea extremely often to visit her.
SBW TogeaHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Togea will get more intense with her threats to other lovers of Bunea, and even try defeating some of them to grab their souls and offer them to Bunea. She will always stay at 25% unless Bunea breaks up with her or spends more time with her to boost back her Heart Levels.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Togea stays home depressed and never comes out. Bunea can visit her and rekindle the relationship if she desires, which will boost their relationship back up to 75%.
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Lydia

Lydia is easy going but also strictly monogamous- she just can't really handle a polyamorous relationship and doesn't really want to even entertain the thought. She also really doesn't like it if Bunea kills a boss. Bunea and Lydia start at the 50% Heart Level. She is a sushi maker, and will make sushi for Bunea as well as offer her Laserberries upon completion of levels. Her 100% Heart Level reward is the Sushi Roller.

Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW LydiaHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Lydia will often have customers and generally is happy, if a little overworked. She wants to do a lot of sleepovers with Bunea's friends, and while her visits are long, she tries to make the most of them. She also rewards Bunea with the Sushi Roller and rewards her completion of levels with Laserberries.
SBW LydiaHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Lydia sees a bunch of customers from time to time and is generally pretty happy with Bunea, often kissing her when she sees her come by. She begins to work on more experimental sushi and having the occasional sleepover with some of Bunea's friends.
SBW LydiaHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Lydia's business is doing okay although the place can be empty when Bunea visits. Lydia occasionally kisses Bunea on the cheek and sometimes shows Bunea how to make sushi.
SBW LydiaHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Lydia is overworked and stressed, sometimes scratching at her own head. She gets irritated when Bunea stops by late and there is virtually no visitors to her sushi shop.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Lydia breaks up with Bunea, either from killing a boss, seeing someone else, or just their relationship faltering. Lydia closes her sushi shop to sort her life out, although she still makes sushi and wants to reopen the shop. Should Bunea rekindle their relationship, it will start at 25% and she will ask Bunea to help her spread word of the shop.
World 8Patch Moona

Moona

Moona, like Lydia before her, is monogamous. She also really isn't into hanging out or having fun, and is usually depressed in the tower she refuses to leave. Bunea and her start at the 25% Heart Level. Bunea can make her very happy, however, but this relationship isn't really built to last as Moona kind of admits. Moona will give Bunea the Moon Shard Hatchet upon 100% Heart Level with her, as well as give her Snowtatos in her world area.

Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW MoonaHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Moona will be incredibly happy and no longer as depressed as she was at the start. She has more of a passion for painting, often painting Bunea's friends or the landscape around her. She and Mint Tezuka will also be more akin to friends. She also rewards Bunea with the Moon Shard Hatchet. She still refuses to leave, but she isn't against the idea of leaving in the future.
SBW MoonaHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Moona will rarely ask Bunea to go to her tower, but is happy to see her. She is more into doing art, although she is only interested in painting her surroundings or Bunea. She still refuses to leave. She will give Bunea Snowtatos while in her levels. Mint Tezuka now appears inside the tower but not in her room, although Moona seems to be getting more friendly with her.
SBW MoonaHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Moona is more or less hesitant to invite Bunea to go to her tower, usually just when she is in a depressive struggle. She expresses some interest in painting and Bunea can pose for her, but Bunea has to encourage her to paint. Mint Tezuka will show up at the tower and Moona may engage in some converation with her but kind of find her intrusive.
SBW MoonaHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Moona will almost never ask Bunea to go to her tower, only when she is in a serious emotional crisis. Moona mostly lays in her bed at this Heart Level. Mint Tezuka will be around the tower to try and cheer her up, but Moona seems relieved when she's gone.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Moona breaks off with Bunea should they just falter in the relationship or dates another boss and freezes Mint Tezuka in her ice wall. She completely shuts herself out, and will never talk to Bunea again. Her fate is actually left unknown at a point, as Dexa will scan the tower and not register any signs of life, although notes that it may be because she actually left the tower, due to some footprints leading away from the tower.
World 8Patch MistressWeird

Mistress of Weird

The Mistress of Weird is one of the harder characters to romance, as Bunea need to convince her that her imperialistic methods are bad as well as talk her out of her suicide attempt. After realizing the damage she's done she and Bunea help heal the damage by releasing the worlds. Bunea needs to show some interest in the Mistress herself if she wants to romance her fully. As Mistress of Weird is the last boss, she doesn't really provide any benefits to Bunea's gameplay aside from letting her take on tougher or enemy-less versions of the levels. When in a polyamourous relationship, she generally gets along well with everyone, and likes to visit all the worlds and invite Bunea to various dating spots. She also offers Bunea the Rainbow Drop at 100% heart level.
Likes Dislikes
World1-1BossPatchWorld 2PatchBOSSWorld 3PatchBOSSWorld 4Patch VaishaWorld 5Patch AnaheimWorld6Patch Togea

Liz Izzard, Gwenasis, Tikzaku, Vaisha, Anaheim, Togea


She loves everyone; makes sense considering she assembled them all to live in her collection of worlds. She generally wants to be in a relationship with everyone possible, even if doing so would be a huge task for Bunea.

N/A

There is nobody she doesn't like that still remains in her collection of worlds.


Heart Levels

Heart Level Information
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart
100%
At 100% Heart, Mistress of Weird be extremely happy and visit other lovers' locations fairly often, usually not asking Bunea or any of her other lovers to visit her VIP Club in lieu of visiting them and their cultures. She awards Bunea with the Rainbow Drop at this level.
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart75
75%
At 75% Heart, Mistress of Weird will invite Bunea's lovers to her secret VIP Club inside the Museum of Weird. She may also ask Bunea to sit on her lap in her throne room while hanging out with other lovers, although will respect Togea if she gets upset about it.
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart50
50%
At 50% Heart, Mistress of Weird opens up the secret VIP Club and harder levels to Bunea. She is generally very happy to see Bunea and often asks Bunea to try and romance other bosses to grow and expand their relationship.
SBW MistressofWeirdHeart25
25%
At 25% Heart, Mistress of Weird will either hang out with other lovers or... stay in her throne room, looking incredibly distraught. Bunea can make her happy if she visits but she gets very lonely very often.
SBW Heart0
0%
At 0% Heart, Mistress of Weird attempts to kill herself using a black hole, destroying her soul. She cannot be reromanced if this occurs.

Dexapedia Notes

After upgrading Dexa in Virtupine Virtuaworld, Dexapedia Notes become accessible the player and they can read them to gain more insight into characters from the game from Dexa's point of view. These are optional to read. Dexa doesn't write entries on characters that Bunea has killed, however.

Character Information
Dexapedia ScrapeGoat

Scrape Goat

He's a funny looking dude, that Scrape Goat, but he's trustworthy for sure. He says his family is locked away in the Dimensional Dungeon- wonder what they did to go in there. I can't find any information of a criminal record for a Goat family. Weird that he was the only one not locked away in there... I dunno, maybe you should find them and maybe I can suss out more details, Bunea. Scrape Goat can smelt down your weapons too, I think that's cool of him to do.
Dexapedia Juliet

Heart Sorceress Juliet

She's... kind of creepy, if I'm gonna be honest. I don't know if the soul stuff is legit but maybe you should find a alternate source of healing or something. Then again... I don't know where else you can upgrade your health. I'm not sure what to think anymore... just be careful around her. A fun fact: She might be related to the Mistress of Weird somehow... a secret sister...? I've only been able to find this in rumor form but the evidence is pretty compelling.
Dexapedia Borbie

Borbie

Borbie is the girl running the Target Smash mini game from that traveling circus. She's kind of shady and I'm pretty sure she's rigging the game in her favor, but maybe you can make some quick cash by playing her game? She wants to make enough money to get out of the circus, maybe you're doing the right thing... then again, she has to rely on some pretty shady methods... your call.
Dexapedia Zellen

Zellen Harley Quimbleson

Zellen is from far away... away from what I would call this "universe". Her ability to make portals to anywhere gives her the title of "Herald". She has a somewhat strange view of human life, but she's mostly here just for the amiibo scans. I don't know what those are... maybe you do? She's kind of flirty too... but she's not really into relationships so I've heard. Existence is fleeting...
Dexapedia MintTezuka

Mint Tezuka

A knight hailing from a lost kingdom and world, who wants to rescue Moona. She goes through the same levels you do, but she's not on the run, but rather on the rescue. If only she knows that Moona doesn't want to be rescued...
Dexapedia Liz

Liz Izzard

I wasn't too concerned about Liz Izzard... I kind of pity her honestly. Looking more into her background, her field is developing machines. She created a young mechanical bird as a child, and still keeps it around even today. Her castle is actually more of a laboratory, if you can believe that or not! She likes to keep things relatively clean too. Despite working with machines though, Liz Izzard is surprisingly emphatic and likes the comfort of other people.
Dexapedia Gwenasis

Gwenasis

Gwenasis is a cool chick! The desert world freaked me out with all those dead trees, but Gwenasis is surprisingly a breath of fresh air compared to the dead and arid desert. Her mom wanted to name her "Oasis" and her dad wanted to name her "Gwen", so they just combined the two names together. She likes to explore other places and worlds to meet people and their culture, although she also likes just hanging out at her house to listen to music or fish. She's very easy going, which doesn't surprise me that according to my calculations she would get along with most of the people that have expressed interest in you. A fun fact: apparently she wears contacts! She's blind as a bat without them.
Dexapedia Shardene

Shardene

Shardene was hiding under that bucket, and I couldn't have detected her! What kind of master of stealth is she? She's dating one of the other Mistress of Weird's bodyguards known as Brakkara, so I guess dating her was out of the question. Personally, I don't know that I would want to see you date her anyway, given she's eating tuna out of a bucket... gross! She's kind of abrasive too... not really your type, right?
Dexapedia Tikzaku

Tikzaku

Tikzaku is weird at first. I wasn't really sure how to think of her, but she's just a artist. I'm glad to see is trying to be a better one too- very open to criticism but still distinctive in her own way... I've grown to appreciate her snaggle-tooth smile though. It used to be scary but now it's... comforting I feel. She is apparently the gatekeeper of the Dimensional Dungeon, which isn't really a world so much as a holding ground for all the space junk polluting the sky. The Mistress of Weird wanted to keep that stuff from out of space but found the space junk all really unique and kept it in a "dungeon" of sorts. Tikzaku isn't a bad girl at all though!
Dexapedia Dexa-9E

Dexa-9E

What a scary guard! It's good that you were there to take care of him- I don't know if I could have done it, being a escaped prototype and all... he's just one of the several protocol Dexa droids, but I'm the the original... remember that!
Dexapedia Vaisha

Vaisha

This girl would rather play video games than fight and honestly I'm in the same boat with that. Same space ship...? Uh... she's kind of easily irritable but she means well. She knows a lot of star formations, although due to all the worlds the Mistress put away, there's less to see in the galaxy now compared to when she was a young girl. She is surprisingly chill though... not a bad idea for a date or two.
Dexapedia Anaheim

Anaheim

An aggressive warrior who wanted to fight you! I must admit, I was scared of her killing you, but it seemed like things worked out just fine! While she focuses a little too much on fighting for my taste, she seems like a swell and swole woman who just likes a little bit tougher activities. She even has her own polyamrous chain of women, who are on vacation somewhere... would like to meet them one day...
Dexapedia Togea

Togea

A girl that seems capital C for Crazy about Bunea. She's a bit weird, especially with that claim about being Bunea's soulmate and all, but I can't blame her for finding Bunea beautiful. You might wanna keep a good eye on her though, because she's easy to upset and almost immediately acts with violence, and who needs that? Maybe she could change though... if she knew these people better...
Dexapedia Lydia

Lydia

A sushi maker who is trying to run her restaurant. She is easy going but she knows her limits and a killer and a poly relationship is beyond her limits. She just wants to have sleepovers, make sushi, and generally live a easy life. Can't say I can't get behind most of that! Fun fact: Apparently her horns were cut off by the Mistress of Weird during the colonizing years... she misses them but she's not sore about them anymore.
Dexapedia Moona

Moona

Moona is a girl who lives in a tower for a disease I know she doesn't have. She's just afraid of leaving the tower, as the slightest strong breeze could likely kill her supposedly frail body. Around her is a ice wall of people who have attempted to "rescue" her- she'd rather live in her own sadness than leave into the unknown.
Dexapedia Brakkara

Brakkara

Brakkara is the third of the Mistress of Weird's bodygaurds we've seen and she is... freaking swole! Anaheim would probably love her if she wasn't already in a committed relatioship with the tuna fish eating Shardene. She won't let us pass into the Museum of Weird without a fight, so do what you do best, Bunea!
Dexapedia MistressofWeird

Mistress of Weird

The... villain of our travel? She's a odd girl for sure, having captured many worlds... including your own. While her actions are vile, some part of me thinks she didn't understand what she was doing... she could still fix this. She's big into poly relationships and wants to be in a romantic relationship with everyone she can. Fun fact: The skull and bat on her head are her former husbands who she transformed after getting tired of them.
Dexapedia Bunea

Bunea

Bunea... oh I can't say enough about her... she was the one who rescued me from Virtupine so many years ago when I was a trashed prototype. I've never been able to repay that debt, and since then she has only made me better. She's beautiful, charming... but I'm not ready to tell her any of this. Bunea, if you're reading this... keep it to yourself, let me live in the darkness. I love you...

Quinn Fooly's Balloon Land

A DLC addition that was added free in a post-launch update. This mini-game is only accessible after the game is complete and is hosted by the new NPC character Quinn Fooly.

Overview

Quinn Fooly's Balloon Land is a mini-game that can be accessed by talking to Quinn Fooly in revisited levels. The player can either ask to FIND or HIDE Balloons in the level.

In FIND mode, the player runs through the level under a 1 minute time limit, attempting to pop as many of the 100 balloons scattered by Quinn Fooly. The earnings and difficulty of the hiding places is toggled by the player before they begin.

  • Easy - Red and Black Balloons only. Costs 100 BorbzSBW to play.
  • Medium - Harlequin and Red Diddy Balloons only. Costs 500 BorbzSBW to play.
  • Hard - Blue and Green Diddy Balloons only. Costs 1,000 BorbzSBW to play.
  • Legendary - Golden Diddy Balloons only. Costs 10,000 BorbzSBW to play.

In HIDE mode, the player hides their balloon with a 1 minute time limit for them to use, attempting to hide it somewhere in the level. Depending on how well it's hid, the Balloon will go up in rank the longer it goes unpopped. The Balloons will give the player a earning of half of the Borbz it's worth every time it's used in one of the runs.

Balloon Types

Balloons
RedFoolyBalloon

Red Balloon

10 BorbzSBW

Rank 3

BlackFoolyBalloon

Black Balloon

25 BorbzSBW

Rank 4

FoolyBalloon

Harlequin Balloon

50 BorbzSBW

Rank 3

DiddyBalloonExo

Red Diddy Balloon

75 BorbzSBW

Rank 4

DiddyBalloonExo Blue

Blue Diddy Balloon

100 BorbzSBW

Rank 5

DiddyBalloonExo Green

Green Diddy Balloon

250 BorbzSBW

Rank 6

DiddyBalloonExo Gold

Gold Diddy Balloon

500 BorbzSBW

Rank 7

amiibo

AmiiboBunea

amiibo can be scanned into the game in exchange for unique weapons. These weapons can also be earned in the game, although they only appear in late-game secret areas otherwise. amiibo cannot be scanned until World 3: Dimensional Dungeon, where the Zellen icon appears on the world map.

When encountering Zellen, she will ask you if you have any "amiibo Zhargees". If you ask what those even are or that you don't seem to have any, Zellen simply laughs and says that it doesn't exist in this reality. She will then ask to see some amiibo to scan through her amiibo Phone. You can only scan one of a amiibo once a day, although you can scan as many amiibo as you want.

amiibo Weapons

Image + Name Info
PaperMarioHammerBunea

Mario's Hammer

MarAmiibo Mario

Any Mario amiibo will work.


This hammer belongs to a very famous plumber. You might have heard of him? This hammer is actually based off something he uses in a spin off. This hammers enemies pretty badly into the ground, where they belong!

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 9 (-) SPEED 5 Extra attack power when button is tapped on rhythm
LuigiVaccumGunBunea

Luigi's Suction Destruction

MarAmiibo Luigi

Any Luigi amiibo will work.


This vacuum gun sucks in any bothersome foes that deserve to be cleaned up. This Suction Destruction gun has low range but sucks in foes and then spits them out. You can throw foes at other foes using this!

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 9 (-) DEFENSE 5 Sucks in enemies

Extra powerful on ghostly foes

PerrytheUmbrellaSBW

Peach's Perry Umbrella

MarAmiibo Peach

Any Peach amiibo will work.


This umbrella with a smiley face is anything but friendly to any foes that bother Bunea. It's used to protecting princesses, so it does service with a smile on it's face. Bunea can swing or charge using it.

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 9 (-) SPEED 5 Can dash into foes using the umbrella for extra damage
BowserJrPaintbrush

Bowser Jr's Paintbrush

Amiibo BowserJr

Any Bowser Jr. amiibo will work.


This paintbrush was used to desecrate Isle Delfino and transform into Shadow Mario. This paintbrush can be used to splatter paint on enemies, dealing damage to them.

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 9 (-) LUCK 5 Splatters foes
GyroidRocket

Villager's Rocket Gyroid

Amiibo Villager

Any Villager amiibo will work.


This Gyroid can be ridden like a rocket and crash into enemies for massive damage. It only goes so far though, before puttering out. Can you believe this is just hidden underground?

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 15 (-) LUCK 10 Increases speed while rocketing
WaterShuriken

Greninja's Water Shuriken

Amiibo Greninja

Any Greninja amiibo will work.


This water shuriken is usually only generated by a frog-like ninja Pokemon, but this weapon imitates it pretty well. It looks super wicked cool when it launches but you can only send out three at a time.

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 15 (-) DEFENSE 10 Super effective on fire-based enemies
PitPalutena Bow

Pit's Palutena Bow

Amiibo Pit

Any Pit amiibo will work.


This bow was crafted by the goddess Palutena. This bow's shots go faster the further they go. It can be somewhat of a weak weapon unless you do dash attacks.

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 15 (-) DEFENSE 10 Doubled damage when attacking while dashing.
TheSplatRollerSBW

Inkling's Splat Roller

Amiibo InkGirl

Any Inkling amiibo will work, including boy and squid variants.


This splat roller is used to coat areas and squish unfortunate opposing inklings under it's rolling crusher. This roller can be used while running, squishing enemies underneath it but it only has so much paint before the player needs to wait for it to refill.

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
250 Uses (+) ATTACK 9 (-) DEFENSE 5 Squishes enemies
BowserShellBunea

Bowser's Shell

MarAmiibo Bowser

Any Bowser amiibo will work.


This giant shell ignores attacks done to it, breaking apart once it collides with anything 15 times. It can also ricochet off walls and tougher enemies.

Uses Stats Buff Stats Debuff Additional Effects
50 Uses (+) ATTACK 30 (-) DEFENSE 15 N/A

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Trivia

  • Super Bunea World was originally going to star the Conatus character Chain but was changed to be a original character after Helena (tbc) realized that she didn't really like Chain or her cast that much, preferring something more original.
    • Chain, however does appears a bonus, post-game boss fight as a nod to the original concept.
    • Likewise, none of the Fantendoverse characters were considered as Helena (tbc) felt that she needed to do something entirely new.
      • However, Zellen Harley Quimbleson will cameo in the game for the game's amiibo functionality. It did not make much sense to make a new character for what would have been the same purpose.
    • Return to the Kingdom was a primary inspiration for this game. Exotoro wanted to take the twisting of the Mario formula as much as she could possibly do with it, having worked on a bunch of Mario games previously before.
  • Super Bunea World ends a art hiatus that Helena was on since July 21st, citing that she needed to take personal break.
  • Bunea's design was a personal challenge for Helena, as many of her character designs notably lack hoods. Ironically, this seems to be the opposite of the philosophy used for Mario's design, which was only created out of a need for readability and simplicity as opposed to creating a challenging character to draw.
  • Due to how the game handles the last level of World 8, there are 11 Purple Scarabs, although since one version of that level exists at a time, there are only 10 to ever collect.
  • The Virtupine power-up was inspired by the Laser Suit romhack for Super Mario World. Video can be found here.
  • The simplified power-up arts for Bunea and Voidmato are inspired by the art used for level concepts for the original Sonic the Hedgehog trilogy, a example of this art can be found here.
  • Super Bunea World contains a secret easter egg nodding to a future game by Toroko; Gwenasis' Tiki Mug is based off the design of Taigken from Haukohi's Haven.
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