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Heroic: Magic Duel [Android, iOS] – Devourer / Various

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Media: video game: “Heroic: Magic Duel”
Developer: Nordeus
Platform:
Android, iOS

Description: 

The Devourer is a large purple frog-like minion with a big belly, that is made available after reaching Arena 3 in the Battle Arena, and is an Epic rarity unit received randomly from chests or purchased in the store. In battle, it will slowly walk towards the enemy portal, and if it encounters an enemy minion, it will grab them with its long tongue to swallow them. The swallowed enemies disappear from battle, and their health bar is displayed above the Devourer’s, which will deplete, signifying digestion damage. While digesting, the Devourer is slowed, and cannot eat another enemy minion. If the Devourer is killed before completely digesting an enemy minion, they will be freed. Upon completely digesting an enemy, the Devourer will return to normal speed and can swallow another enemy minion. It cannot swallow another Devourer, instead attacking it using its tongue. It can swallow minions much bigger than itself.

There is a promotional video that introduces the Devourer online, which shows it swallowing the camera or viewer’s perspective.

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Last Cloudia [And, iOS] – Pog Pog / Various

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Media: video game: “Last Cloudia”
Developer: Aidis
Platform:
Android, iOS

Description: 

The Pog Pog enemies, as well as their palette-swap variants (such as Pagnabakka and Pandemic Toad), are frog-like enemies that will often use their long tongues to lick characters as a basic attack. They can be found in various early-game quests, such as in Rubel Coastline.

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Last Cloudia [And, iOS] – Grandworm / Various

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Media: video game: “Last Cloudia”
Developer: Aidis
Platform:
Android, iOS

Description: 

After completing the main quests at Underground Brahnda, the party is tasked with hunting a Grandworm as a part of the main quest. Eventually, in the 3-9 Undergroundborn quest in the Dara Desert, the party will fight one. At the beginning of battle, it will try to inhale a party member, swallowing them with a large bulge going down its body. When this happens, the swallowed character is completely removed from battle, and their portrait is removed from the bottom of the screen. It will hold them inside for an extended period before regurgitating them again. If there is only one character participating in the battle, being swallowed will result in an immediate game over, and they will not be regurgitated.

The Grandworm can actually be fought much earlier in the story, in the quest 1-13 That Which Rattles the Desert, but at this point in the game, it will never use the swallowing ability. Similarly, stronger Grandworms can be seen as regular enemies in the Mordana Sea of Sand area, but also will not use the swallowing ability.

In the Maidens on the Beach limited time event, the Grandworm also makes an appearance as the last boss, but will only use the swallowing ability in the very high difficulty Extra Challenge quest. The difference being in this version, it can swallow more than one player character without regurgitating the previously swallowed characters, making it particularly dangerous.

The Grandworm is also featured in the Ark, Sandwyrm, and can be seen with a wobbling stomach, as well as its mouth opening and closing intermittently. The Ark also features lore regarding the Grandworm, describing how it has been known to swallow buildings whole.

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Crusader Quest [Android, iOS] – Hippo Warrior / Various

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Media: video game: “Crusader Quest”
Developer: Loadcomplete
Platform:
Android, iOS

Description: 

After completing Stage 1 of Episode 6 (Hard) in the main story, the side story Legend of Primal Flames is unlocked, in which there are hippo enemies that can swallow the party. There are two variants – the Hippo Warrior and the Flaming Hippopotamus, depending on which route is taken, and will only appear on ‘hidden’ routes by fulfilling certain criteria.

The Hippo Warrior can be encountered in the Primal Jungle stages (following the Goddess Bella in the ‘Fork in the Road’ quest):

  • ‘In Search of the Totem – 1’ by taking the third path in the first section, reaching the end of the second section with 20 seconds or less on the stage timer and then selecting the hidden path;
  • ‘In Search of the Totem – 2’ by equipping a character with the Relic of the First Priestess ring and taking the hidden path in the first section;
  • ‘In Search of the Totem – 3’ by reaching the end of the section with 30 seconds or less on the stage timer, then selecting the hidden path;
  • ‘In Search of the Totem – 4’ by taking the first path in the first section, reaching the end of the second section with 20 seconds or less on the stage timer and then selecting the hidden path.

The Flaming Hippopotamus can be encountered in the Crater of Primal Flames stages (following the Goddess Anut in the ‘Fork in the Road’ quest, as well as the final quest):

  • ‘Path of the Primal Flames – 4’ by taking the Goddess Bella into battle and selecting the hidden path;
  • ‘Crater of Primal Flames’ by taking the second path in the first section, reaching the end of the second section with 20 seconds or less on the stage timer and then selecting the hidden path.

During the fight, the Hippo Warrior and Flaming Hippopotamus act as a mini boss, with a large pool of HP and a unique mechanic. They will frequently slam the ground, throwing the entire party in the air, then swallowing the entire party with their ‘Swallow’ ability. Distant party members are sucked in as well. Their belly will bulge and wobble around, and during this time, the player must rapidly tap 15 character blocks to be spit out, and deal massive damage to the hippo. Failing this sequence will still cause the party to be spit out, however there is much more saliva, the party is thrown farther, will receive heavy damage and will be stunned for 4 seconds.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate [Switch] – Yoshi / Various

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Media: video game: “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate”
Developer: Bandai Namco, Sora Ltd.
Platform:
Switch

Description: 

Yoshi’s stationary special move allows him (or, it, if one is to be accurate) to flick out his tongue to grab a player character in front, to immediately swallow them and turn them into an egg. His grab move will grab an enemy with his tongue, but instead hold them in his mouth. A large bulge can he seen in his cheeks struggling. Pressing the basic attack buttons will cause Yoshi to chew, causing additional damage, and they can be spit out in various directions. Otherwise, the engulfed player character can struggle to escape faster.

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Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled [PS4, Switch, XBONE] – Venus Fly Trap / Drivers

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Media: video game: “Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled”
Developer: Beenox
Platform: PS4, Switch, XBONE

Description: 

In Papu’s Pyramid, there are purple fly traps along the side of the track that, if approached from the front, will snap the driver in its jaws, chew them and swallow them, before spitting out the wheels of the driver’s kart.

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Neopets [Web] – Hairy Tongue Beast / Scorchio

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Media: video game: “Neopets”
Developer: The Neopets Team
Platform: Web

Description: 

There is a very rare (and old) Neodeck collectable card item (different to the TCG cards that came much later) known as The Hairy Tongue Beast. Inspecting the item shows an image of a hairy monster licking the back of a Scorchio’s head, with the accompanying description:

… whats [sic] that noise behind us? Oh, what else could it be in this old, dark, deserted mineshaft… its [sic] just some water dripping…

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Neopets [Web] – Giant Mootix / Roxton

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Media: video game: “Neopets”
Developer: The Neopets Team
Platform: Web

Description: 

The event plot ‘Journey to the Lost Isle’ had a flash-based comic to convey the story. On page 2 of chapter 3, the group encounters gigantic Petpetpets, including one giant Mootix (caterpillar-type) that proceeds to lick Roxton, the Lutari (otter-type). He is so drenched in saliva he is seen a couple panels later wringing out his hat.

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Written by Esuriit

2020 June 26 at 00:00

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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