In this guide, we’ll be talking you through whether or not you can triple jump, somersault, and cartwheel in Bowser’s Fury.
Bowser’s Fury is the newest adventure for Nintendo’s titular plumber, seeing him trying to calm down a very angry Bowser at Lake Lapcat. To do so, you’ll need to collect Cat Shines. Collect enough of these and you’ll be able to use the Giga Bell when he next appears to wreak havoc to engage in a boss fight.
To get those Cat Shines, however, you’ll need to complete a variety of challenges and objectives on the islands sprawled across Lake Lapcat.
That’s where being able to triple jump, somersault, and cartwheel in Bowser’s Fury would come in particularly handy. After all, each of these moves offers its own unique benefits that are difficult to replicate with other standard jumps.
These moves are only found in true 3D Mario adventure games like Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario 64, and the most recent Super Mario Odyssey titles. That’s got players wondering whether or not they’ll show up in Bowser’s Fury, though, with it being a 3D title.
Can You Somersault, Cartwheel and Triple Jump in Bowser’s Fury?
Unfortunately, no. You cannot perform any of these three moves in Bowser’s Fury.
That’s because the game is built upon the engine of Super Mario 3D World, which isn’t quite a full-fledged 3D adventure title in the same way Galaxy and Odyssey etc. are.
While this may come as disappointing news to some, the good news is that you’ll have the freedom to store and use power-ups to help you get the Cat Shines you need at any point.
That’s everything you need to know regarding whether or not you can somersault, cartwheel and triple jump in Bowser’s Fury. For more on the game, head on over to our guide wiki, search for Twinfinite, or check out more of our coverage on the game below.
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