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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze [Switch, Wii U] – Chompasaurus / Kongs

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Media: video game: “Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze”
Developer: Retro Studios
Platform: Switch, Wii U

Description: 

In stage 5-3, Fruit Factory, there are mobile flytrap enemies known as Chompasaurus that will flick their long tongues out to grab the kongs if they venture too close. Once trapped in their mouths, the player can input to make the kongs struggle to try escape. Otherwise, they will be chewed on, and spit out once all their hearts are depleted.

In this version of the game, Donkey Kong can be accompanied by Diddy Kong, Dixie Kong and Cranky Kong.

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Vainglory [Android, Computer, iOS] – Grumpjaw / Various

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Media: video game: “Vainglory”
Developer: Super Evil Megacorp
Platform: Android, Computer, iOS

Description: 

Grumpjaw is a playable hero, and appears to be a vague quadrupedal monster with pronounced tusks/mandible, and is described as having a large appetite. His third ability, known as ‘Stuffed’ allows him to charge at another hero, toss them up into the air, and catch them in his open mouth, swallowing them whole. The swallowed hero is unable to participate in battle for a number of seconds (can be extended if taking certain passive abilities into battle), while gulping sounds are played, and the words “OM NOM NOM” are displayed over Grumpjaw’s body. The swallowed hero can be voluntarily regurgitated by activating the skill again if desired. If Grumpjaw is killed with a hero inside, they will be freed. If a hero is killed as a result of the charge, Grumpjaw appears to not eat them at all. In the past, Grumpjaw would get a large, distended belly after swallowing a hero, however it seems that this was patched out in later versions.

Grumpjaw has three different skins at the time of writing:

  • (Default) Grumpjaw; the default portrait shows Grumpjaw with an open mouth, and a minion inside, looking out (though minions cannot be eaten in the game itself);
  • Lapdog Grumpjaw, that changes his appearance to a dog with large tusks;
  • Carnivore Grumpjaw, that changes his appearance to an alien with four mouth flaps.

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Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp [Android, Arcade, CD-i, Computer, DS, iOS, LD, PS3, PS4, PSP, Switch, Wii, XBONE] – Tyrannosaurus / Dirk, Time Machine

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Media: video game: “Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp”
Developer: Don Bluth Studios
Platform: Android, Arcade, CD-i, Computer, DS, iOS, LD, PS3, PS4, PSP, Switch, Wii, XBONE

Description: 

At the end of the second stage, the Land Before Time, a Tyrannosaurus will emerge from the water, pulling Dirk and the Time Machine into its mouth with its tongue. Failing the input prompt will cause the dinosaur to chomp on them repeatedly.

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Sdorica [Android, iOS] – Bamuel / Various

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Media: video game: “Sdorica”
Developer: Rayark Inc.
Platform: Android, iOS

Description: 

Abnormal Arachnid: Bamuel is a boss enemy that can be fought in Chapter 7-1, “Dark Webs and Hidden Paths” of the second story arc (-Mirage-) as Sophie, Rune and Clark, but also appears as a rotating enemy that can appear during the weekly Wonderland Trials, in which played characters are not limited to those in the story mission. Bamuel is a giant spider with a lure on its (or, presumably, her) back that looks like a female human to lure unsuspecting prey. Once Bamuel’s HP is drained enough, she will ensnare a party member with web, pull them into her mouth and swallow them. Her abdomen will bulge, and the swallowed character’s silhouette can be seen inside, before Bamuel spits them back out for heavy damage.

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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom [PS4, Switch, XBONE] – Giant Squid / Jin (Human)

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Media: video game: “Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom”
Developer: Game Atelier
Platform: PS4, Switch, XBONE

Description: 

The first boss of the game is the Giant Squid, and can only be fought while in human form. The squid will occasionally inhale Jin and chew on him, during which time buttons can be mashed to make Jin struggle, causing him to be spit out at the screen sooner. Being killed by this attack will simply cause Jin to fall over as the screen fades to black; he is not swallowed and there is no special animation.

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Written by Esuriit

2019 December 6 at 00:00

Final Fantasy X [Computer, PS2, PS3, PS4, Switch, Vita, XBONE] – Sand Worm / Party Members

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy X”
Developer: Square
Platform: Computer, PS2, PS3, PS4, Switch, Vita, XBONE

Description: 

In Sanubia Desert on Bikanel Island, there are large Sand Worms enemies. If they are attacked a set number of times, they will counter the attacker with the Swallow ability, in which they will inhale that party member and remove them from battle temporarily, followed by their Regurgitate ability, which causes that party member to be Delayed. These can be fought in the Monster Arena once captured.

There are other variants of this creature in the game with the same ability, known as the Abyss Worm and Land Worm.

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap [Android, Computer, iOS, PS4, Switch, XBONE] – Dragon / Lion-Man

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Media: video game: “Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap”
Developer: Lizardcube
Platform: Android, Computer, iOS, PS4, Switch, XBONE

Description: 

In the gallery, there is a rough sketch animation of the Lion-Man being chomped on by a large dragon’s mouth, that, after pulling him inside fully, licks its lips, complete with drops of saliva. After a short while, the mouth spits him back out and the animation loops endlessly, all to the sound of relaxing lounge music. This appears to be unused in the game itself. This gallery item is presumably unlocked some time after unlocking Lion-Man himself.
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