A dude going by the online handle: Moltz, has released this Sprite Swap Hack (Patch) for Super Mario World (SNES). Also slightly changes some other things. To find out more, go to the following link:
In the patch, there are multiple versions or choices:
1. Super Mario World - Bowsette Edition -A-
In Bowsette Edition A, the events of the original game are repeated, only with Bowser having-a-monster-girl-like body instead of his regular turtle-dragon-monster self.
[The antagonist is Bowsette, bosses are made a little tougher including different physics & mechanics in: Final Battle vs. Bowsette. Enemies generally look the same as they did before.]
2. Super Mario World - Bowsette Edition -B-
In Bowsette Edition B, Princess Peach has succumbed to madness and has captured Bowsette AND taken over Bowser’s Koopa Troop during his/her visit to Dinosaur Land.
[The antagonist is Peach having gone insane or perhaps Yandere kidnapping Bowsette, some enemies are different looking, like Toad's in the Mushroom Kingdom, Different Final Boss physics & mechanics very similar to -A- with minor or no differences]
Artists Art (Credits) Featured:
Pinned Comment Notes: What if Bowsette was in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dn9O4BFWkAEof9s.png:large
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Bowsette, or Koopa-hime (Japanese: クッパ姫 Hepburn: Kuppa-hime, "Princess Koopa"), is a fan-made fictional character created in 2018 which appears as Nintendo's Mario franchise character Bowser transformed into a lookalike of Peach, in response to Nintendo unveiling a new power-up item for New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe that would have a similar effect on playable character Toadette. Bowsette is typically portrayed as a light-skinned blonde woman with horns, long ears, spiked collar and armbands, although depictions vary. Created by artist Ayyk92 (Haniwa) in a fan comic strip which he posted on DeviantArt and Twitter in September 2018, the character quickly rose in popularity internationally, with related hashtags trending in English and Japanese. Many professional Japanese artists also contributed their own renditions of the character, and a convention themed around Bowsette was quickly planned for October of the same year.
Many journalists took notice of the trend and were surprised by its longevity, attributing it to various aspects such as the character's appearance and appeal, or the possible desire by fans to shock Nintendo's social media handlers. While some noted much of the art that spawned from it was solely ecchi and hentai, others were quick to emphasize that some had a wholesome tone instead. Bowsette's rapid popularity led to other fan-made characters in a similar vein in a short timespan, each based on an existing Nintendo character turned into a character resembling Peach. In Japan, concerns were raised about the legality of fan-made characters under copyright law.
Unnamed in the original comic, the character was dubbed "Bowsette" by fans, with a related hashtag quickly trending on Twitter and amassing over 150,000 mentions shortly after. The character also trended among Japanese Twitter users under the name "Koopa-hime" (lit. Princess Koopa), with several major Japanese artists contributing their own art of the character. These artists included Street Fighter and Darkstalkers character designer Akira Yasuda, One Punch Man manga artist Yusuke Murata, and Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid series creator Coolkyoushinja. An event dedicated to the character titled "Project Crown" was also planned for October 27, featuring fan art and crossdressing cosplay.
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Super Mario World (SNES) - Bowsette Edition -A- & -B- Version (Patch by Moltz) - GAMEPLAY