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Neopets [Web] – Tiger, Frog / Kacheek, Quiggle

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

Description: 

The very old Flash-based choose-your-adventure story game, ‘The Haunted House” can be found in the Haunted Woods hub in Neopia. It features a Kacheek and Quiggle exploring a haunted house after their car breaks down, and choosing various paths can result in the deaths of the main characters, with somewhat crude animations available, if the skull in the top right corner is clicked. If the player chooses to go to the back yard, they are presented with two choices to navigate to, both of which results in a dead end.

The abandoned zoo has two giant tigers that “have not been fed since 1850.” The accompanying animation shows a close-up of the main characters, who are grabbed by a giant paw that pulls them to be eaten off screen. A gulp can be heard soon after.

The swampy, dirty fountain houses a giant frog that leaps out of the water, uses its large tongue to grab the main characters and swallows them before returning into the fountain water once again.

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

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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: 

In the latter half of the third stage, Dirk in Wonderland, the Cheshire Cat appears as Dirk climbs on its head. If the input prompt is failed, the Cheshire Cat will pull Dirk into his mouth with his tongue and chew on him.

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

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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: 

In the fifth stage, Beethoven’s Creative Gust, a shrunken Dirk is chased around by Beethoven’s cat, who is trying to eat him. Depending on where the input prompt is failed, there are up to five variations of a death scene in which Dirk is devoured (or about to be):

  • one scene with the cat chomping on Dirk head-first;
  • one scene with the cat chewing on Dirk’s midriff;
  • one scene in which the cat has Dirk in his paws, licking its lips;
  • one scene where Dirk fails to keep the cat’s jaws from closing on him;
  • and one with the cat’s tongue wrapped around Dirk, trying to pull him in.

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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom [PS4, Switch, XBONE] – Sphinx / Jin (All)

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

Description: 

In the second half of the Lost Temples, there is a Sphinx that acts as a doorway of sorts, that appears similar to Ketz, looking somewhat like a lion statue. On answering its three questions correctly, it will allow Jin to enter its mouth to proceed further into the area, warning to “Be careful, it is a little sticky in there.” Contrary to this, however, is that its insides do not appear biological; they appear as any other room in the Lost Temples. This area can be returned to later in the game, with Jin’s other forms, whether Human, Pig, Snake, Frog, Lion or Dragon.

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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom [PS4, Switch, XBONE] – Ketz / Jin (Pig, Snake, Frog)

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

Description: 

Ketz is a miniboss in the Lost Temples area, and appears to be a lion’s head statue on the wall. Its upper and lower jaws will separate to fire beams at Jin, and Jin must use his Frog form to rotate the room in order to enter Ketz’s mouth three times, completing short segments in his Pig, Snake and Frog forms. Ketz’s insides however do not look organic; simply another room, in keeping with it being a (sentient?) statue. Once complete, Jin will be forced out of Ketz.

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What Remains of Edith Finch [Computer, PS4, XBONE] – Molly / Swallow, Rabbit, Seal, Sailors

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Media: video game: “What Remains of Edith Finch”
Developer: Giant Sparrow
Platform: Computer, PS4, XBONE

Description: 

During Molly’s sequence, she has a dream, or hallucination, in which she becomes a cat, jumping out of her window to chase a wood swallow. The player controls in her perspective, jumping on branches in order to catch her. Once caught, she will turn into an owl and swoop to catch two rabbits. She abruptly turns into a shark while swallowing the second rabbit, and tumbles down into the ocean where she will eat a seal. She then turns into a tentacled monster and pulls three sailors from a boat into her. Throughout she will describe what she is feeling and how her prey tastes.
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Caveman Ugh-lympics [C64] – Sabre-tooth Tiger / Caveman

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Media: video game: “Caveman Ugh-lympics”
Developer: Dynamix
Platform: C64

Description:

On the game cover we can see a sabre-tooth tiger with one of the cavemen’s feet sticking out of his mouth. This is a reference to one of the games known as Saber Race.

 

This is a simple race, but rather than finding out who can cross the finish line, the emphasis seems to be to see who can avoid not being the sabre-tooth tiger’s meal. Although both participants can make it to the tree and climb it to avoid being eaten, if the sabre-tooth catches up to either caveman, they will enter a cartoony ‘fight cloud’ and are told that caveman was eaten, though we don’t really see it. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2011 July 25 at 00:00

Caveman Games [NES] – Sabre-tooth Tiger / Caveman

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Media: video game: “Caveman Games”
Developer: Data East
Platform: NES

Description:

On the game cover we can see a sabre-tooth tiger with one of the cavemen’s feet sticking out of his mouth. This is a reference to one of the games known as Saber Race.

 

This is a simple race, but rather than finding out who can cross the finish line, the emphasis seems to be to see who can avoid not being the sabre-tooth tiger’s meal. Although both participants can make it to the tree and climb it to avoid being eaten, if the sabre-tooth catches up to either caveman, they will enter a cartoony ‘fight cloud’ and are told that caveman was eaten, though we don’t really see it. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2011 July 25 at 00:00