I got this system in the bundle for racial justice and finally had a chance to run it recently. I've so far run 2 one-shots with a third planned, and everyone's loved it!
The anomalies are so unique and all my players have found more than one that really excited them. The other tables (equipment, how we met, anima, extra) are also fantastically creative and fun. Another major draw is the way you create basements. Using an album as inspiration is such a brilliant idea, and probably the most fun i've ever had planning a session. The rules are also quite easy to get your head round and I like the simplicity of using types of dice for stats, and how the healing mechanic promotes teamwork.
All in all, I love the premise, I love the design, and I would definitely recommend this system to any GM.
My only criticism is that the rulebook doesn't explain much about the world and how it works, but you can always make it up yourself or do what I did and find the authors threads about it on reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/DnDBehindTheScreen/comments/aljvr8/endsville_a_primer_t...