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Final Fantasy VII [PS1] – Aps / Cloud, Tifa, Aeris

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VII″
Description: Squaresoft
Platform: PS1


The third boss of the game is known as Aps – a bizarre looking, yet strangely endearing monster – and is fought with a pre-set party of Cloud, Tifa and Aeris. He is incapable of eating anyone, but his ability ‘Lick’ is the only reason he gets a mention here, which uses his long droopy forked tongue to inflict very minor damage and the ‘sadness’ status on whichever character is positioned in the middle. Read the rest of this entry »


Written by Esuriit

2011 June 27 at 00:00

Yoshi’s Story [N64, Wii] – Piranha Plants / Yoshi

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Media: video game: “Yoshi’s Story″
Developer: Nintendo
Platform: N64, Wii

The Yoshis knew the woods,
but they have never seen a
place like the jungle.

For the first time, the
Yoshis saw Piranha Plants,
the kings of the jungle.

One plant could swallow
the Yoshis whole, so they
left the jungle in a hurry.

The page turned, and
the Yoshis grew happier.

Or so the story goes. Page 4, stage 3 is known as Piranha Grove. The place is crawling with Piranha Plants, including two unique species not previously seen in other games. The common types seen in other Mario games are still present, but as huge towering plants that are unable to eat Yoshi.

The first enemy to be seen in the level is the Piranha Pest. It is an airborne Piranha Plant owing to its strange propeller and will fly around slowly. If it sees Yoshi in its sights, it will flick out a very Yoshi-esque tongue, pulling him into its body with a good slurp. After a few seconds, Yoshi is spit up, but temporarily miniaturised. This is a rather powerful attack, removing 3 petals from the Happiness Meter, however the slurp attack is unable to kill Yoshi. The greatest danger is probably being spat out into a ‘bottomless pit’. In a way the name ‘Pest’ might be quite fitting, as to the orthodox gamer, the huge number of Piranha Pests, tongues flicking every which way makes dodging them a real feat. Read the rest of this entry »

Yoshi’s Story [N64, Wii] – Yoshi / Various

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Media: video game: “Yoshi’s Story″
Developer: Nintendo
Platform: N64, Wii


Yoshi, just like his appearances in other Nintendo games is known to have a big appetite and a long tongue to help him nab food. In the insanely cute Yoshi’s Story, the newborn Yoshis are trying to retrieve the stolen Happy Tree, but must keep joyful in order to do so. So what can they do to keep themselves happy? They eat. Well, fruit mostly, but other things as well. Unlike in predecessor, Yoshi’s Island, Yoshi here doesn’t have the option of holding things in his mouth and spitting them out. Everything seems to be swallowed immediately to be converted to an egg.

Whenever Yoshi eats something, a speech bubble with hearts will appear, depending on how happy it makes them. Each Yoshi seems to like foods and enemies (particularly Shy Guys) of their own colour and if you remain still after eating something particularly tasty, Yoshi will smile happily. Conversely, if he eats something he hates, he will grimace and gag.

Interestingly, if Yoshi eat’s a Heart Fruit he will reach a ‘super happy’ mode which makes his already ridiculously tongue even longer.

If you search any video on Youtube you can see movies of Yoshi eating enemies, but just to save you to trouble of a few clicks, here’s a video showing it at 3:51, as well as the cute style of the game.

Last updated: 2018 May 29.

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 [SNES, Wii] – Kirby and Friends / Various

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Media: video game: “Kirby’s Dream Land 3”
Developer: HAL Laboratory
Platform: SNES, Wii


In Kirby’s Dream Land 3, Kirby is joined by his blue counter-part known as Gooey can be spawned by pressing the A button and controlled with the second controller. A few different cast members can also help out, giving the various powers in the game some variability depending on which animal is befriended. There’s Kine the ocean sunfish, Nago the cat, Coo the owl, Chuchu the Slime, Pitch the bird and Rick the hamster. As should be common knowledge to most gamers, Kirby can gain the powers of his enemies by inhaling them and absorbing them, or may simply spit them out to use them as a makeshift missile.

Just like Kirby, Gooey shares the ability to absorb enemies’ abilities when controlled by a second person, but instead of inhaling them, he uses his long tongue to draw them in.

Interestingly, Kirby can inhale and absorb Gooey to regain one full icon of health (the cost of summoning him) though Gooey can’t do the same to Kirby.

Kirby can be seen swallowing Gooey so at 6:05 of the following video.

Of Kirby’s other friends, Kine and Rick are both worth a mention. When partnered with Kine (by pressing X next to him), he will take Kirby and hold him in his mouth, and when the partnership is cancelled (X again), he will spit him out.

In the introduction to world 2, they make use of this as a joke. Kirby and Chuchu are walking by a body of water when Kine hops out and snags Kirby in his lips. He and Chuchu fight over Kirby, each wanting him for themselves, though when Kine tries to take Kirby back, it is implied that he accidentally swallowed Kirby.

Kine accidentally swallows Kirby:

Rick is the only other friend who can directly swallow an enemy. When partnered with him, Kirby will ride on his back, and the Y button, which is normally used for Kirby’s inhale, will make Rick open his mouth to allow him to swallow an enemy (giving the power to Kirby) or spit them out like normal.

Rick can be seen doing his thing at 1:50 of this video. In that same video, Gooey makes good use of his tongue at 0:57.

Last updated: 2018 May 29.

Work Time Fun [PSP] – Beast / Beast Keeper

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Media: video game: “Work Time Fun”
Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Platform: PSP


One of the jobs is known as Run Like Heck, and can be acquired through the silver ($5.00) capsule machine. In this particular job, you are tasked to feed a giant monster a hunk of meat by dropping it near its sleeping place and running away. Delivering the food closer to the beast earns you a higher pay, and failure to escape means being paid $0.00, naturally.  The monster itself is ambiguous in form, is large and hairy with short stumpy legs, and whimpers like a dog if you escape. If it reaches you, it can devour you in two slightly different ways – simply pick you up in its jaws, chew and swallow, or it can flick you up in the air with a long wet tongue and a loud squishy noise before doing the same.

In this game, you may be given titles that describe your in-game achievements. If eaten by the beast 10 times, you will be bestowed the title Mineral-Rich Beast Keeper. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2010 September 13 at 00:00