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Cuphead and Mugman are two brothers who have bet against the Devil and lost. Now they have to recover their souls and to do so they will embark on a crusade that will take them through different worlds and will make them face different enemies.
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This is the argument of Cuphead Mobile, adaptation of the PC and console video game that has been designed with the aesthetics of classic cartoons like those of the early days of Disney. It is a 2D platform game with shoot’em up type action that is very fun and whose mechanics and gameplay is reminiscent of the titles of always, those of arcade machines.
The original game was released in 2017 and was a critical and sales success. That yes, it is a beta version so if you install the APK you may notice that it is not as stable as it should be. We’ll have to wait for a stable version to be released but in the meantime we can entertain ourselves with this one.
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We were impatient to taste the final version of Cuphead Android version. Since it was presented for the first time, back in 2014, it was love at first sight and a declaration of love towards Konami’s ‘Contra’ and any Treasure classic, like the essential ‘Gunstar Heroes’ of SEGA’s Mega Drive.
Except that here we came across an exquisite graphic section that paid homage to the cartoons of the 30’s. That’s why it attracted our attention at the beginning, and also for basing its mechanics at the beginning in Boss Rush mode… until the run & gun parts were also introduced. The doubt we always had was to know if it could survive the hype, something that we can now dispel with its analysis. Let’s see what the devil tells us…
As in every tale, there is a seemingly quiet beginning. Cuphead and Mugman, the mug-brothers, lived peacefully on Inkwell Island, a magical place in the care of the wise Elder Kettle. But as in every fairy tale, they decided to move away from home and ended up in the devil’s casino. And of course, they tried their luck.
Things went very well at first, with a winning streak that surprised even King Dice, the manager of the place. Until the devil decided to raise the stakes, with the casino at stake. But if the brothers lost, he would keep their souls. Logically, they ended up losing and asked for another way to pay their debts, to which the devil offered them a list of defaulters from all over the island.
And that’s how the adventure begins… and that excuse to face so many bosses in ‘Cuphead’. Because despite the introduction of run & gun parts, it will be above all an almost constant Boss Rush that will put us against the ropes.
Before seeing its introduction, I stayed several minutes without pressing the play button. Out of fear? No, for tasting its exquisite soundtrack, composed by Kristofer Maddigan, in the line of classic jazz of the 30’s. A delight.
Both the sound and the graphics, touch an outstanding level. And is that ‘Cuphead’ enters, above all, by the senses of sight and hearing. Each scenario is a powerful tribute to the handmade drawings of Disney and Fleischer Studios. The influences acknowledged by Studio MDHR go further, however, citing also ComiColor, Van Beuren, Columbia Pictures or Copley Pictures. Each duel is full of references, and it is a delight to see how the bosses evolve. Sometimes we will be killed precisely for that, for gawking at what happens on screen.
But luckily, this run & gun is more than just a pretty face. At the gameplay level it fulfills what is expected, with a robust control in which we will control all situations to perfection. If we get killed, it will be our fault. And nothing more.
Studio MDHR has succeeded in introducing a simple control with two fundamental pieces: jump and shoot. But in line with the games of yesteryear, no aiming with the right stick. In addition, we can fix the shot, standing still, exchange the shot itself for a second (after unlocking it in the store), charge a special, make a dash (both on the ground and in the air) and perform a parry. But it is something that does not entail any kind of complication.
Now, one of the doubts we always had about ‘Cuphead’ were those run & gun parts that were introduced a posteriori and that had been from the beginning in the mind of Studio MDHR. And the truth is that, except for a few, they do not manage to be at the same level. But above all, it is surprising that they are optional.
Because the development of each level is not like the classics of Konami or Treasure in which it is inspired. Here we will move around a map, but with more freedom than that seen in ‘Super Mario Bros. 3’, and we can freely choose which phase we want to complete, as long as access is unlocked.
Those that are run & gun style, in the line of ‘Metal Slug’ and so on, are located in transition zones. But they also work solely and exclusively to get coins that we will use later in the store to unlock more types of shooting or advantages for the protagonists. After all, in none of these stages will we obtain souls, a prerequisite to see the end. Because no, there won’t be any bosses in those stages right after.
But beyond that feeling of seeing them as something introduced with a shoehorn, the truth is that some do manage to stand out by giving a twist to the classic mechanics of running and shooting, such as the one in which we will constantly alternate gravity to dodge a car race.
In both run & gun and boss style stages, our performance will be evaluated based on the time it has taken us to complete it, as well as the remaining life, the coins collected (only in run & gun), the parries used correctly, the specials obtained and the difficulty chosen.
It is important to emphasize that the souls will only be obtained by playing in Regular mode, which would be the hard mode, so to unlock the final part of the Casino, we will have to sweat it out. And the Simple mode, which technically would be “easy”, will not be a walkthrough either. But at least with this one we can unlock all parts of the island in a more affordable way, if at some point we find ourselves on the ropes. Needless to say, there will be a much more demanding mode, designed for the experts of the place.
When we had the chance to try it out in 2015, I had the feeling that it sinned of offering endurance duels, rather than properly difficult. But fortunately, Studio MDHR has taken note and created some extremely varied and original confrontations, even if we repeat them. Because the patterns are constantly changing, not only every time we take them through each of its various critical points, as if it were a Japanese danmaku.
And it must be said that the story changes a lot between Simple and Regular. One of the bosses that gave me the most trouble, Beppi the Clown (image above), eliminates the part of the roller coaster if we opt for the simplified version. And it is that in the Simple difficulty, the elements that are there to annoy more than they should, disappear. In addition, the duels are faster as some of the “transformations” of the bosses are also eliminated. But since you have to beat them in Regular to get souls, the Simple mode will be a wild card, not the final solution.
‘Cuphead’ may give the feeling of a short game, but it is not at all. Mainly because of how extremely complicated the bosses of world 3 are, the prelude to the Casino finale. And since we have to get their souls in Regular mode, we can die hundreds of times without even unlocking that final part… unless someone helps us in cooperative mode (locally, of course), where the adventure becomes much more affordable to revive the partner as many times as we want if we perform the parry correctly.
Since we have mentioned several times the parry, we must explain what is this technically apparently useless at first if we play alone, because it does not only serve to make our assessment at the end of each phase is more positive. The parry is performed by pressing the jump again before any pink element, getting a double jump and getting a special along the way.
Against some bosses it will be vital to use it to be able to dodge, being a very useful technique to defeat them as soon as possible because of the super bar. In fact, there will be three stages, inside some mausoleums, where you will have to use only and exclusively the parries to eliminate some ghosts. Each of these levels will give us access to a super art, which would be the final stroke of the special by accumulating its maximum power. And not only will they be of attack, but with one we can become invincible for a few seconds.
On the map, talking to the inhabitants of Inkwell, we can get more things, such as coins or unlock shots for the phases in a plane, being quite curious that there are direct shortcuts to the final stretch of each island.
Although we have said that they are optional, the real utility of the run & gun phases is in the shots and advantages that we can buy. Now, we can only have two shots equipped, a super art and a perk. Within the shots, we will see the usual, such as the scattered shot or one that acts as a boomerang, while in the advantages we can sacrifice a little the power of the shots to have one more heart (or even two), or when performing the dash we can teleport, avoiding any damage along the way. But we emphasize it again, we can only have one active advantage. And it will not always be easy to choose.
On the other hand, it is appreciated that the buttons can be reconfigured, since the default layout is not the most practical. What is not acceptable is that we experience slight and sporadic slowdowns in certain sections of the game. We do not understand very well how they take place, since it does not seem an intentional tribute to those slowdowns more typical of the shoot’em up of the last century and that, in a way, were appreciated by making things easier. Although here it’s not that they don’t bother us so much, but they do seem strange. And the loading times could also be optimized, by the way.
These are the only two negative points that tarnish the experience a bit, although it is inevitable to remember the run & gun phases. If these had been part of the prelude to each boss, we probably would have been left with a more positive feeling. But as they are, they seem to be for decoration and to timidly silence the criticisms for this core based almost exclusively on the classic Boss Rush.
In spite of everything, ‘Cuphead’ is a delicious action platformer that surprises by how careful are the duels against the final bosses, inevitably reminding us of the best era of Treasure. But at the same time, with that feeling of a product that has failed to exploit its full potential for not having better implemented the parts of run & gun. Of course, it will take us a lot to complete it.