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Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island [SNES] – Hootie / Yoshi, Mario

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Media: video game: “Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island”
Developer: Nintendo
Platform:
SNES

Description: 

Hootie the Blue Fish – supposedly a subtype of Piranha Plants rather than true fish – appear in stage 3-8. The ‘patrol’ pre-determined paths slowly, and will engulf Yoshi, should they make contact with him. Much like with Piranha Plants, they let Mario out in a bubble and contract and expand their body to simulate chewing, before spitting Yoshi back out. Read the rest of this entry »

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Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island [SNES] – Piranha Plant / Yoshi, Mario

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Media: video game: “Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island”
Developer: Nintendo
Platform:
SNES

Description: 

Piranha Plants appear throughout the game and found as early as level 1-1. From a distance, their bodies are shrunken, but will grow and expose themselves when Yoshi is near. This can often catch players by surprise. Should Yoshi mistakenly come too close, the Piranha Plant will encase Yoshi (letting Mario out in a bubble) and contract and expand its body as if to suggest chewing. After a few seconds, Yoshi is spit back up. Read the rest of this entry »

The Flintstones [SNES] – Plant / Fred

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Media: video game: “The Flintstones”
Developer: Ocean
Platform:
SNES

Description: 

In the Jungle levels, there are bulb or flower-like plants that act as modes of transport. Jumping in one of them will have the plant churn before spitting Fred out into the air. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2012 December 28 at 08:00

MysteryMania [iOS] – Plant / F8

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Media: video game: “MysteryMania”
Developer: Electronic Arts
Platform: 
iOS

Description: 

In the Garbage Room, if you tap the hole in the floor, this will cause F8 to jump into it. Moments later, we see a flytrap rise from the pit to burp up F8. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2012 March 2 at 08:00

Final Fantasy VII [PS1] – Pitcher Plants / Frog, Insect

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VII″
Developer: Squaresoft
Platform: PS1

Description:

Ancient Forest is an optional area accessed late in Disc 2 after defeating ‘Ultimate Weapon’ (or perhaps earlier if one breeds a mountain-worthy Chocobo – green, black or gold). It is a series of mini-puzzles involving the use of insects, frogs, pitcher plants and other man-eating plants.

Throughout the area are small pale-looking pitcher plants. Once fed an insect or a frog, its lid will close, allowing Cloud to jump onto it. The prey inside will struggle, and in the case of frogs, will pop back out. Insects also struggle, but when the pitcher plants open again nothing will jump out. Cloud himself can’t jump inside them though. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2011 July 11 at 00:00

Final Fantasy VII [PS1] – Carnivorous Plants / Cloud

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Media: video game: “Final Fantasy VII″
Developer: Squaresoft
Platform: PS1

Description:

Ancient Forest is an optional area accessed late in Disc 2 after defeating ‘Ultimate Weapon’ (or perhaps earlier if one breeds a mountain-worthy Chocobo – green, black or gold). It is a series of mini-puzzles involving the use of insects, frogs, pitcher plants and other man-eating plants.

These carnivorous plants either block the way or hold an item and if Cloud and company wanders too close to the centre, it will snap shut, reducing the party’s HP a significant amount – despite it not being a battle screen – before spitting them out. Wandering into a carnivorous plant will never reduce a party member’s HP to 0. In fact, if a character’s HP is already 0, walking into one will raise it to 1HP.

These plants are generally not interested in either insects or frogs, but if Cloud grabs an insect hive and tosses it in, the plant will snap shut, allowing him to pass or access treasures. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2011 July 11 at 00:00

Yoshi’s Story [N64, Wii] – Piranha Plants / Yoshi

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Media: video game: “Yoshi’s Story″
Developer: Nintendo
Platform: N64, Wii

The Yoshis knew the woods,
but they have never seen a
place like the jungle.

For the first time, the
Yoshis saw Piranha Plants,
the kings of the jungle.

One plant could swallow
the Yoshis whole, so they
left the jungle in a hurry.

The page turned, and
the Yoshis grew happier.

Or so the story goes. Page 4, stage 3 is known as Piranha Grove. The place is crawling with Piranha Plants, including two unique species not previously seen in other games. The common types seen in other Mario games are still present, but as huge towering plants that are unable to eat Yoshi.

The first enemy to be seen in the level is the Piranha Pest. It is an airborne Piranha Plant owing to its strange propeller and will fly around slowly. If it sees Yoshi in its sights, it will flick out a very Yoshi-esque tongue, pulling him into its body with a good slurp. After a few seconds, Yoshi is spit up, but temporarily miniaturised. This is a rather powerful attack, removing 3 petals from the Happiness Meter, however the slurp attack is unable to kill Yoshi. The greatest danger is probably being spat out into a ‘bottomless pit’. In a way the name ‘Pest’ might be quite fitting, as to the orthodox gamer, the huge number of Piranha Pests, tongues flicking every which way makes dodging them a real feat. Read the rest of this entry »

Chrono Cross [PS1] – Quadffid / Various

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Media: video game: “Chrono Cross”
Developer: Squaresoft
Platform: PS1

Description:

Very early in the game, in the Shadow Forest of Another World, there exists a four legged plant-like enemy known as the Quadffid, though can only be fought once at this point in the game. Otherwise, these enemies can be fought again in the Hydra Marshes in Another World provided you have the Green Tinkler to manipulate the area’s plants or the Beeba Flute to open up an alternative pathway around.

When fighting, the Quadffid may sometimes use its Devour ability, which allows it to inhale one of your characters, chew them up and spit them out. The game’s motley crew of playable characters – and as such, those who can fall prey to such an attack – includes humans, a faerie, a mermaid, a goblin, various anthropomorphic characters (a rabbit girl, a mushroom man, a turnip man, a living flower), a dog, a young dragon, a small furry mammal, a skeleton, a straw doll, a cyborg and an alien. Read the rest of this entry »

Pocket Devil [iOS] – Chomp / Mugat2

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Media: video game: “Pocket Devil”
Developer: Eyedip
Platform: iOS

Description:

In this clone of Pocket God, the so-called Little Chomp of Horrors can be grown by tapping on the sprout below the ‘Spawn-a-Devil’ sign, and if the resulting bud is tapped again, it will cause the plant’s tongue to dart out and grab one of the Mugat2 to be eaten. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2010 September 3 at 00:00

Suikoden [PS1] – Creeper / Various

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Media: video game: “Suikoden”
Developer: Konami
Platform: PS1

Description:

A few hours into the game, after the second major battle at Garan, you can encounter pitcher plant-like enemies known as Creeper in the overworld map outside the towns Antei, Teien, Rikon, etc. as well as inside Scarletica. One of their attacks is to draw a character into their bodies, squeeze them a number of times before expelling them. Due to the diversity of potential victims, it is difficult to be thorough as to who can fall prey, however they may include humans, elves and kobolds (portrayed as dog-men). Read the rest of this entry »