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Super Yum Yum: Puzzle Adventures [Android, Computer, DS, iOS] – Leon / Baby Chameleons

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Media: video game: “Super Yum Yum: Puzzle Adventures”
Developer: dmg media ltd
Platform: Android, Computer, DS, iOS

Note: This game appears to no longer be available at the time of writing.

Description: 

In certain levels, Leon’s children will be available to rescue. In order to collect them, he must flick his tongue out to grab them, as he would when he eats fruit. Although it looks like he is swallowing them, they reappear under him and follow him through the rest of the level.

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Super Yum Yum: Puzzle Adventures [Android, Computer, DS, iOS] – Ms. Tum Tum / Baby Chameleons

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Media: video game: “Super Yum Yum: Puzzle Adventures”
Developer: dmg media ltd
Platform: Android, Computer, DS, iOS

Note: This game appears to no longer be available at the time of writing.

Description: 

In the introduction sequence of the game, Leon is seen leaving his children in some fruit trees. A Fruit Monster known as Ms. Tum Tum arrives and eats the fruit by inhaling sharply, seemingly unknowingly devouring Leon’s children in the process, belching afterwards. Throughout the game, Leon can rescue his children, who are found in regular levels, rather than from Ms. Tum Tum herself, implying that what she commented afterwards was true.

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Written by Esuriit

2020 April 6 at 00:00

Banjo-Kazooie [N64, XB360] – Lockup / Banjo, Kazooie

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Media: video game: “Banjo-Kazooie”
Developer: Rare
Platform: N64, XB360

Description: 

In the second world, Treasure Trove Cove, there are sentient treasure boxes that constantly open and close their toothy mouths, and contain items inside that can be collected. As they are invulnerable, they cannot be destroyed; Banjo and Kazooie must flip inside their mouths in order to collect them. Touching their teeth will incur damage.

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Banjo-Kazooie [N64, XB360] – Eyrie / Caterpillars

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Media: video game: “Banjo-Kazooie”
Developer: Rare
Platform: N64, XB360

Description: 

In the ninth world, Click Clock Wood, there is a young bird named Eyrie, that must be fed caterpillars in order to grow, and eventually will give a Jiggy. This can be done twice, in the summer and autumn versions of the world.

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Written by Esuriit

2020 April 3 at 00:00

Banjo-Kazooie [N64, XB360] – Banjo (Crocodile), Mr. Vile / Yumblies, Grumblies

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Media: video game: “Banjo-Kazooie”
Developer: Rare
Platform: N64, XB360

Description: 

In the fourth world, Bubblegloop Swamp, Banjo can transform into his crocodile form to enter the crocodile-shaped hut. Inside, a red crocodile named Mr. Vile will challenge Banjo to a contest of eating Red Yumblies and Yellow Grumblies, which appear to be sentient fruit, for a chance to win a Jiggie.

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Banjo-Kazooie [N64, XB360] – Kazooie / Jiggies

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Media: video game: “Banjo-Kazooie”
Developer: Rare
Platform: N64, XB360

Description: 

Throughout the game, Banjo and Kazooie will find golden jigsaw pieces, ‘Jiggies’ used to unlock new worlds. As with nearly every item in the game, they are sentient, and speak the first couple times collecting them. On obtaining them, Banjo will give them to Kazooie to swallow for safe-keeping.

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Banjo-Kazooie [N64, XB360] – Snacker / Banjo, Kazooie

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Media: video game: “Banjo-Kazooie”
Developer: Rare
Platform: N64, XB360

Description: 

In the second world, Treasure Trove Cove (as well as in the eighth world, Rusty Bucket Bay), Snacker the Shark inhabits the waters. If Banjo and Kazooie swim in certain waters, Snacker will appear and try to bite at them, but will not engulf or swallow, even if all hit points are depleted. Only in Treasure Trove Cove, will Snacker talk about having them for dinner, making comments comparing them to food and commenting on their taste after biting them.

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