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Though short, there’s quite a lot to do Bowser’s Fury – Extra games come with World Super Mario 3D for Nintendo Switch. Bowser’s Fury Take you to a small-scale open world with the quest to find Cat Shines, while keeping safe from the evil Bowser. In this section, though, Bowser is quite a bit more evil than previous iterations.
You can get it done Bowser’s Fury in about 4-5 hours though, if you want to unlock the secret ending, it will take you a little longer. In this tutorial, we’ll show you everything you need to know to get a real ending in Bowser’s Fury, plus tips to make it as easy as possible.
The unlocking method ends in Bowser’s Fury’s secret
Find all 100 Cat Shines
The first step – and the most time consuming – to get the secret ends in Bowser’s Fury is to find all of the Cat Shines in the game. In total, there are 100 Cat Shines on the game’s 16 islands, so you’ll have a lot of work to do. Cat Shines are similar to the green stars from the main World Super Mario 3D game and found hidden around the world or be rewarded after completing a goal. Some are even only accessible while Bowser is firing at you, so you’ll need to keep an eye out.
The last Bowser challenge
After you find all 100 Cat Shines, the game will notify you of your achievement. Then you need to go to the nearby Giga Bell to trigger a final fight with Bowser. You will notice that Bowser will now look a bit different, with white hair. The first part of the fight takes place quite similar to the rest of the game. Throw the object at him, slash him when you can, and perform a dirt beat on his shell when it flips.
Once you lower his health bar, the black ink that had blocked him (and you too) throughout the game will disappear from his body. But even so, you’ll need to take out Bowser again to end the fight. This stage is not like the others and requires you to ride the Plessie around the water while chasing Bowser. Avoid attacks and cross ramps to crash into Bowser’s cat bell, protected by a force field.
Each time you crash into the force field, it will push Bowser back to flight, so you’ll need to repeat the process three more times to end the fight. After you crash into the battlefield four times, Bowser will go down and for your troubles you’ll get a cute cutscene as a reward (which we won’t spoil here).
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