Superola Champion Edition from Undercoders and JanduSoft is a revamped take on the runner-style platformer in which you control a burger-loving llama. Check our Superola Champion Edition review!
Superola Champion Edition from Undercoders and JanduSoft is a revamped take on the runner-style platformer in which you control a burger-loving llama – Superola and the Lost Burgers, which was released on Nintendo Switch a little over four years ago. This llama is on a quest to defeat the evil Hotdog Aliens and recover the many stolen burgers. There are over 70 levels to complete, and you can also play the bonus Alpaca’s Redemption bonus game, in which you’ll have to go to the Tower of Alpos to offer each of your abilities o the gods to ask for redemption. You’ll explore the world of Miracle Land either with retro visuals and music or modern visuals and music – and you can always change this in the options menu.
For Superola Champion Edition, your llama will run automatically, so you’ll have to focus on jumping to avoid enemies, obstacles, or the always classic bottomless pits. If you have any items in stock, you can press the Triangle button to select them. Said items include an extra burger, double score, double jump, one-hit protection, as well as making your shots last 25% longer. Speaking of shots, you can use the burgers you collect to shoot at obstacles or enemies by pressing the Circle button.
For Alpaca’s Redemption, you’ll move with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, jumping with the X button and dashing with the Square button. You can also climb up walls! And if you press the Circle button, you’ll be able to change gravity. The Triangle button is for your hook, which can be used to swing around. Once you reach an altar, you’ll have to sacrifice one of these abilities – that is, jumping, dashing, climbing walls, changing gravity, or using the hook – which means that you won’t be able to use those for subsequent levels!
Any burgers you have left when you reach the finish line for a level will be converted into coins. The coins you collect can be used at the Bazaar to purchase extra items to make levels a bit easier to complete. You could also purchase a book of secret paths in Miracle Land so that you can, well, find secret paths in Miracle Land. Once you’ve bought the book of secret paths, just pay attention to the overworld map so that you can spot which levels have a secret path. Once you start that level, just follow the hint and try to get to the secret exit!
The game has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy, with a list that has a ton of trophies for you to add to your collection! And since the game is Cross-Buy, that means that if you own a PlayStation 5 console, you can work on adding two Platinum trophies to your collection. The list includes 32 Bronze trophies, 10 Silver trophies, and 3 Gold trophies. You’ll have to complete 1, 5, 10, and 20 stages without defeating any enemy, purchase a costume, purchase all costumes, complete a level with the fire power-up equipped, complete a water level with the wings power-up equipped, defeat 50, 200, and 500 enemies, achieve an x10, x20, x50, and x100 combo, and more.
If you want a colorful autorunner type of platformer with a llama as its main character and love burgers, then you should definitely check this one out. Add the short but fun Alpaca’s Redemption bonus game, and this is an easy budget title to recommend. Superola Champion Edition is out today as a Cross-Buy title, so your $4.99 purchase will give you access to both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 versions of the game, each one with its own Platinum trophy.
This Superola Champion Edition is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by JanduSoft.