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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

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Peloo

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

In stage 3-6 of this game, most of the area is confined in a black pyramid-like structure. Toward its exit (taking the direct-right path in the main room), there are invisible enemies who only reveal themselves to you when you approach. They are simply disembodied faces. Much like Pacto of stage 2-3, if you stand under them, they will attempt to devour you. In Peloo’s case, it will extend a very long tongue to draw Kirby in before chewing him up and spitting him out, for half an icon of damage.

As also mentioned in the other Kirby’s Dream Land 3 posts, Kirby’s other friends who can fall prey include Kine the ocean sunfish, Pitch the bird, Coo the owl, Chuchu the slime, Nago the cat and Rick the hamster.

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Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Pacto

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

In level 2-3 of this platformer, there is a yellow, sentient enemy waiting near the end of the first screen, known as Pacto. If you wander under where he waits, he will descend on Kirby and whichever of his friends is with him at that point in time, close his jaws and chew with a high pitched squeaky sound. Kirby is then released, half an icon of health poorer than when he entered.

Each of Kirby’s friends who can fall prey to Pacto include Kine the ocean sunfish, Pitch the bird, Coo the owl, Chuchu the slime, Nago the cat and Rick the hamster.

Coo and Kirby fall for Pacto’s trap at 7:39 of the following video.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 February 21 at 00:00

Chrono Cross – 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.

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Last Updated: 2012 Sep 29.