So it’s easier than Super Monkey Ball. That much is now very clear. But it’s not a totally fair comparison. Yeah, both games have you guiding balls through mazes, but Kororinpa is more about the vertical and the twisting and the almost-upside-downness of the mazes. And there’s the crystal collecting too. So it’s different enough to not be classed as a clone, in my opinion. Anyway.
I’ve finished Level 45, which it told me was the last one. Afterwards, there was the end of game sequence and the credits, and big letters that spelt out “THE END”, so I suspect that’s evidence enough to call the game complete.
However, there are still five squares remaining on the level select screen. I also have 9 of the 10 secret levels left to complete, and what looks like five more left to unlock. I’ve also just unlocked Mirror Mode, which I’m pretty sure is just the normal levels left-right mirrored.
So, “completed”, but not “done”. Yet.