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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.

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Last Updated: 2014 Feb 18.

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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.

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Last Updated: 2014 Feb 16.

Written by Dragan Komodo

2014 April 11 at 00:00

Joe & Mac [Gameboy] – Bone Dino & Baby T-rex

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Media: video game: “Joe & Mac”
Developer: Motivetime
Platform: Gameboy

Description:

The second-to-last boss in the game is the dinosaur skeleton. It regularly spits out baby dinosaurs that will attack you.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 December 23 at 00:00

Joe & Mac [NES] – T-Rex & Baby T-rex

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Media: video game: “Joe & Mac”
Developer: Elite Systems
Platform: NES

Description:

The boss of level 1 is a tyrannosaurus (after the smaller T-rex). He attacks mainly by spitting rocks, but occasionally will spit out smaller rexes that will attack you. The red tyrannosaurus (the second-to-last boss) seems to only be able to spit up rocks and not smaller dinosaurs.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 December 23 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 – Piranha Plants

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

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.

In the third area of the same stage, there are grounded Piranha Plants on the floor known as Piranha Sprouts. Except for the lack of a tongue, these enemies are essentially the same as the Pests, including the shrinking ability and inability to directly kill a Yoshi.

See the following video at 3:15 and 4:02.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 April 4 at 00:00

Extreme Dinosaurs – Haxx

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Media: TV series: “Extreme Dinosaurs” by DIC Entertainment
Season: 1
Episode: 17: “Incredible Shrinking Dinosaurs”

In this episode, the raptors are planning to destroy the world’s forests with the use of some form of herbicide, but the Extreme Dinosaurs have caught wind of this operation and attempt to thwart their plans. During their fight, Haxx, one of the raptors, douses each of the Extreme Dinosaurs in some of the chemicals which in turn is struck by a freak lightning bolt, effectively turning it into shrink gas and miniaturising T-Bone, Spike, Stegz and Bullzeye, unbeknownst to the raptors who simply shrug off their enemies’ mysterious ‘disappearance’. Simplistic, but I’ve seen worse storylines.

Bullzeye, now the size of a fly, tries to mess with the raptors by buzzing around their ears and whispering insults to them, confusing them into fighting with one another. When he uses his signature screech ability near Haxx’s ear, he notices the ‘bug’ and furiously chases after it, eventually catching mini-Bullzeye. He states, “Bugs aren’t usually first choice on the menu, but this one I’m really going to enjoy!”, before opening his mouth, closing his eyes and tossing him in with a loud chomp noise.

Bullzeye echoes, “Hey! Whoa, wait a minute! Let me out of he-e-ere!”. As the rest of his friends seem to hesitate, we get a view of Bullzeye inside Haxx’s mouth, who is pacing around the giant tongue, yelling “You try and swallow me you Pleistocene(?) pimple and I’ll give you one Cretaceous belly-ache!” to which Haxx retaliates by… slurping him. Transition to an outside view again and we see Haxx enjoying himself a bit too much, making slurping gestures with loud rubbery-stretchy sounds while Bullzeye, who is clearly not enjoying it calls out for help, just in time for the ad break.

When the show returns, Bullzeye is seen trying to stabilise himself on the rapidly moving, dripping tongue, again yelling. “Let me out of here, you bad breath factory!”

The rest of the Extreme Dinosaurs finally spring into action despite their size and attack at Haxx’s feet, causing him to yelp in pain, releasing the pterodactyl who again demonstrates he really must have the last word. “Ewrgh! What do use for mouthwash, rotten eggs?”

At some point Haxx must have realised their identity before the other raptors based on his comments that they “smell like little dinosaurs”, and at one point addressing them as “Jurassic jerks”. When he tries to pursue them a second time, Bullzeye confronts him again, this time willingly flying into his nose, causing him to sneeze and expel him onto his comrade Spitter.

Just like before, Haxx captures him again, saying “Now I’m gonna eat him!” but confusingly releases his grip and allows him to escape. Fed up with his shenanigans, Badrap, the head raptor orders Spitter to use the freeze ray on Haxx, effectively incapacitating him for the rest of the episode. When the Extreme Dinosaurs disable the defoliant release mechanism, they return to normal size and as usual defeat the raptors, and return home.

Having dinner outdoors, a small insect buzzes around Bullzeye who wants to swat it, but decides against it. Cue the over-used group laugh to end the episode.

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Written by Dragan Komodo

2011 March 14 at 00:00