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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time [N64] – Jabu-Jabu / Link

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Media: video game: “Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time″
Developer: Nintendo
Platform: N64

Description:

In Zora’s Domain, there exists a whale known as Jabu-Jabu that is hailed as the guardian god of the Zora people. Before you can see him, you must present King Zora with the Botted Note found in Lake Hylia, and as the contents of the letter suggests, you will need to enter the body of Jabu-Jabu to rescue someone. When the Bottled Note is shown to King Zora and access to Zora’s Fountain is granted, you will see Jabu-Jabu floating in the water and do mostly nothing.

“According to the ‘Legend of Zora’, the act of offering a fish to Lord Jabu-Jabu will make you happy.”
– One of the Zora in Zora’s Domain

When a fish, either caught or bought, is placed in front of Jabu-Jabu’s nose, he will promptly open his mouth wide, inhaling both it and Link inside. This will happen only the first time you enter. There begins the third dungeon of the game, Inside Jabu-Jabu’s Belly. The insides are roughly what one would expect to see with biological walls, peristaltic activity, and strangely, doors, holes and monsters.

At any time, you are free to leave the dungeon by approaching Jabu-Jabu’s mouth and out past his teeth. To re-enter, simply walking towards Jabu-Jabu will cause him to open his mouth where you can walk leisurely in. Read the rest of this entry »

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Shark Mouth: Dentist Bite [Android, iOS] – Shark Maw / Perspective

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Media: video game: “Shark Mouth: Dentist Bite”
Developer: Sensky Ltd.
Platform: Android, iOS

Description: 

‘Shark Mouth: Dentist Bite’ is of the classic straw-drawing variety of multiplayer game where each player in turn touches and removes a shark’s tooth. One tooth is the ‘sore tooth’ and the rest are ‘safe’. The unfortunate one to select the ‘sore tooth’ is crowned the loser and the shark simply grins mischievously – without a chomping animation – accompanied by somewhat creepy giggle and an emotive face in the corner to suggest how that player should feel. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2010 August 4 at 17:00