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10th Sep '17 6:32:22 PM PaulA
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** The dimension outside "angled space" (the 3-dimensional universe) in "Dreams in the Witch House". It's a black space filled with portals, and living beings passing through it appear as strange shapes.

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** The dimension outside "angled space" (the 3-dimensional universe) in "Dreams in the Witch House"."Literature/TheDreamsInTheWitchHouse". It's a black space filled with portals, and living beings passing through it appear as strange shapes.
6th Sep '17 10:13:38 AM Necrodomo
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* One early version of ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' had Kaleidoscopia, a world whose every piece of terrain and architecture constantly changed between hundreds of completely random location types every few minutes. It was riddled with useful equipment that only worked while its shattered version of the laws of physics applied, which in turn became inert anywhere else.
4th Sep '17 7:37:37 PM PaulA
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* The dimension outside "angled space" (the 3-dimensional universe) in Creator/HPLovecraft's ''Dreams in the Witch House'' fits this. It's a black space filled with portals, and living beings passing through it appear as strange shapes.
** The "reality" seen under the effects of the machine in ''From Beyond'' also qualifies.

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* Creator/HPLovecraft:
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The dimension outside "angled space" (the 3-dimensional universe) in Creator/HPLovecraft's ''Dreams "Dreams in the Witch House'' fits this.House". It's a black space filled with portals, and living beings passing through it appear as strange shapes.
** The "reality" seen under the effects of the machine in ''From Beyond'' also qualifies."From Beyond".
11th Apr '17 6:24:18 PM Prfnoff
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* Moonside from ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', where you fight some of the more absurd enemies like Dali's Clock, gas pumps, fire hydrants, and paintings. The denizens aren't much saner.

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* Moonside from ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', where you fight some of the more absurd enemies like Dali's Clock, gas pumps, fire hydrants, and paintings. The denizens aren't much saner.saner; one of them seems to believe that you're walking parking meters.
31st Mar '17 5:04:50 PM eroock
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[-[[caption-width-right:350: Would anyone else like to enter the ''Fly of Despair?'']]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:350: [[caption-width-right:350: Would anyone else like to enter the ''Fly of Despair?'']]-]
Despair?'']]
31st Mar '17 5:04:25 PM eroock
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[[quoteright:350:[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the_fly_of_despair_5601.jpg]]]]

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31st Mar '17 4:53:42 PM eroock
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15th Mar '17 11:22:32 PM Sandangel89
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* In ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'', the Dark Dimension, among other parts of the Multiverse, is incredibly psychedelic. Some places have grasping hands, some pulse or move weirdly, physics seems to have been abandoned...

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* In ''Film/DoctorStrange2016'', the Dark Dimension, among other parts of the Multiverse, is incredibly psychedelic. Some places have grasping hands, some pulse or move weirdly, physics seems to have been abandoned... Understandably, the first thing Strange asks is what was in the tea he just drank.
5th Feb '17 10:58:17 PM Doug86
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** The wormhole in ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' appears to be actually a different dimension that touches normal space in two separate points. The inside looks like nothing even roughly similar, but thankfully space ships can travel through it without any trouble if equiped with the neccessary technology.

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** The wormhole in ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' appears to be actually a different dimension that touches normal space in two separate points. The inside looks like nothing even roughly similar, but thankfully space ships can travel through it without any trouble if equiped equipped with the neccessary necessary technology.



* In ''[[{{Gobliiins}} Gobliins 2: The Prince Buffoon]]'' there are two single-screen "[[DreamLand dream]]" levels like this. Not that the rest of the game makes much sense, mind you -- this series ''is'' a [[WidgetSeries Weird Thing from France]] -- but these two locations are deliberately bright and bizzare. Oh, and the way to get to them? [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs Eating mushrooms. Both times.]] You can't get a more literal example of this.

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* In ''[[{{Gobliiins}} Gobliins 2: The Prince Buffoon]]'' there are two single-screen "[[DreamLand dream]]" levels like this. Not that the rest of the game makes much sense, mind you -- this series ''is'' a [[WidgetSeries Weird Thing from France]] -- but these two locations are deliberately bright and bizzare.bizarre. Oh, and the way to get to them? [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs Eating mushrooms. Both times.]] You can't get a more literal example of this.



* The final boss level of of ''VideoGame/JetSetRadio Future'' is a nightmarish vortex of swirling colors with out-of-place platforms that seem to defy the laws of physics. Oh, and the final boss himself is the BigBad corrupt mayor of Tokyo who gives a [[RepetitiveAudioGlitch glitched-out]] [[EvilGloating villain speech]] before transforming into an enormous cyborg monster.

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* The final boss level of of ''VideoGame/JetSetRadio Future'' is a nightmarish vortex of swirling colors with out-of-place platforms that seem to defy the laws of physics. Oh, and the final boss himself is the BigBad corrupt mayor of Tokyo who gives a [[RepetitiveAudioGlitch glitched-out]] [[EvilGloating villain speech]] before transforming into an enormous cyborg monster.



* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' has the world of Strong Bad's "crazy cartoon" ''Sweet Cuppin' Cakes''. It's [[AstralCheckerboardDecor flat checkered plain]] with distant teal mountains and a black sky, whose inhabitants include a talking wheelchair, a trapezoid-shaped fellow called [[PokemonSpeak Eh! Steve]], and a pig-like hovering creature described by Strong Bad as "a cross between a cow and a helicopter."

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' has the world of Strong Bad's "crazy cartoon" ''Sweet Cuppin' Cakes''. It's a [[AstralCheckerboardDecor flat checkered plain]] with distant teal mountains and a black sky, whose inhabitants include a talking wheelchair, a trapezoid-shaped fellow called [[PokemonSpeak Eh! Steve]], and a pig-like hovering creature described by Strong Bad as "a cross between a cow and a helicopter."
1st Feb '17 12:36:49 PM AgentS7
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* Every time the protagonist of ''VideoGame/SouthOfReal'' finds one of the tomes in his family's old house, he's plunged into a twisted world of broken tilesets and shadows. It gets worse as the game goes on, [[SanitySlippage till the twisted otherworld and the "real" world]] [[DarkWorld meet in the middle.]]
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