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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Like-Like

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Media: video game: “Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time″
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform:  N64, Gamecube, Wii Virtual Console

At several points in the game you will encounter Like-Likes, strange, stout, worm-like, slug-like enemies that are notorious for eating your equipment. They are first encountered in the Fire Temple  as an adult and can be found in every major dungeon after it including the Gerudo Training Grounds, as well as at the Bottom of the Well as a child (after learning the Song of Storms).

If you get near it, the Like-Like will slowly approach you and stretch its mouth toward you. Regardless of whether it does this or not, getting too close will cause it to grab you and suck you in, squishing you about for a while before spitting you out. Depending on what equipment you were wearing at the time, you may find it missing, such as the Goron Tunic, Zora Tunic, Hylian Shield and perhaps the Deku Shield.

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Link is slurped up by the Like-Like.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 October 3 at 00:00

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Jabu-Jabu

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Media: video game: “Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time″
Developer: Nintendo
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform:  N64, Gamecube, Wii Virtual Console

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.

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Link is inhaled by Jabu-Jabu.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 September 26 at 00:00

Yoshi’s Story – Big Blurp

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Media: video game: “Yoshi’s Story″ by Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64, Wii Virtual Console

Page 4 stage 2 is called the Jungle Puddle and has two sections. The first section is fairly straight-forward, with trees and platforms above the water and some small enemies. On reaching the second part of the level, the Hint Block offers us this piece of wisdom:

– Big Blurp –
He Lurks in the depths, waiting to have you for lunch.

Very quickly you will see a giant orange fish – Big Blurp – swimming in the water, following Yoshi and staring at him. If you fall in the water, Big Blurp is likely to swim up to Yoshi and gulp him down (complete with a speech bubble indicating how much he liked or didn’t like the taste!), and unlike the Piranha Plants of Piranha Grove, being eaten by Big Blurp instantly causes you to lose that Yoshi. Avoiding the waters doesn’t guarantee your safety either. Big Blurp is known to jump up right out of the water to try and devour Yoshi.

Near the end of the area a blue variant of the Big Blurp can be seen. Though this one is not known to leap above the water level, he will instead spit water out at Yoshi to try and knock him into the water, making him easy prey.

See the Big Blurp at 3:44 and the Big Blue Blurp at 5:55 of the following video.

Once the level is finished, the usual storytelling occurs:

The jungle lake was
swimming with hungry
fish called Blurps.

The Blurps could swim
and jump, but, mostly,
they liked to eat and eat.

The Yoshis didn’t want
to become fish bait, so
they quickly swam away.

The page turned, and
the Yoshis grew happier.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 April 11 at 00:00

Yoshi’s Story – Yoshi

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Media: video game: “Yoshi’s Story″ by Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64, Wii Virtual Console

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.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 March 28 at 00:00

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Acro

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Media: video game: “Kirby’s Dream Land 3″ by HAL Laboratory
Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Wii Virtual Console

Once the game is beaten, including defeating the final boss after collecting all the star-heart pieces, a new mode labelled simply as “B” will unlock in the options menu of that save file. B mode pits Kirby against all the game’s bosses with only a single life allowance. The second boss of the game is the orca known as “Acro” (Get it? ‘Orca’ backwards!). Even though it looks like he could, he is unable to devour Kirby in either the main game or the B mode, but if you lose to Acro in B mode, you are treated to a still image of Acro holding Kirby between his jaws. Enjoy it, because it takes a while to beat the game to completion!

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 March 7 at 00:00

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Dedede

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Media: video game: “Kirby’s Dream Land 3″ by HAL Laboratory
Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Wii Virtual Console

The boss of world 5 of Kirby’s Dream Land 3 is none other than King Dedede, who appears to be a penguin or some type of bird. There is not much to comment about Dedede, only that he has the same inhalation ability as Kirby does, though he will invariably spit you out for minor damage if he successfully lands the move. Unlike with Peloo or Pacto, Dedede will not inhale Kirby’s other animal friends.

It can be seen in 0:25 of this video.

When defeated, Dedede will move onto his second, rather disturbing ‘possessed’ form. Here, one of his attacks is to float toward you, with his belly opened as if it was a set of jaws. Similarly, if caught in those jaws, Kirby is simply spit out again through his normal mouth.

Dedede’s belly jaw can be seen at 2:13 of the video below.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 March 7 at 00:00

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Joe

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Media: video game: “Kirby’s Dream Land 3″ by HAL Laboratory
Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Wii Virtual Console

Rather small mention here, more for the sake of completion. In stage 2-3 of the game, there exists small sharks in the water, strangely called “Joe”. If a “Joe” approaches Kirby, he will latch onto Kirby’s face with a fierce bite, but will let go after a few seconds. He’s probably a bit too small to do any more. But he gets an ‘A’ for effort, right?

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 March 7 at 00:00