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28th Jan '18 9:00:13 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gslF5G5erE One of the many ways you can die in the rare Playstation 2 video game]] ''MisterMosquito''.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gslF5G5erE One of the many ways you can die in the rare Playstation 2 video game]] ''MisterMosquito''.''VideoGame/MisterMosquito''.
25th Jan '18 5:07:12 PM nombretomado
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* The GameOver sequence from ''ManicMiner''.

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* The GameOver sequence from ''ManicMiner''.''VideoGame/ManicMiner''.
20th Jan '18 3:45:38 PM Prfnoff
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* ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie'' has the Stomponadon ([[BossSubtitles Triassic Steamroller]]): a giant, irritating dinosaur foot from nowhere with a habit of slamming down on your face with the speed of lightning, causing HPToOne followed by death. The relatively easy way to cross the Stomping Plains involves turning on invincibility powers and just running through, but the really annoying part comes later when you have to go through again with each character separately.

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* ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie'' has the Stomponadon ([[BossSubtitles Triassic Steamroller]]): a giant, irritating dinosaur foot from nowhere with a habit of slamming down on your face with the speed of lightning, causing HPToOne followed by death. The relatively easy way to cross the Stomping Plains involves turning on invincibility powers and just running through, but the really annoying part comes later when you have to go through again with each character separately.separately (which proves that [[GoodThingYouCanHeal it's a very good thing that Banjo can heal himself]]).
24th Dec '17 4:42:31 PM jccw227
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* In ''Anime/JackToMameNoKi'', [[spoiler: after Madame Hecuba spends the entire movie [[BullyingTheDragon berating her giant son, Tulip,]] he decides he's had enough and stomps on her. Much to his surprise (and to the surprise of the audience), he finds that she's made of clockwork!]]

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* In ''Anime/JackToMameNoKi'', [[spoiler: after Madame Hecuba spends the entire movie [[BullyingTheDragon [[BullyingADragon berating her giant son, Tulip,]] he decides he's had enough and stomps on her. Much to his surprise (and to the surprise of the audience), he finds that she's made of clockwork!]]
24th Dec '17 4:42:10 PM jccw227
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* In ''Anime/JackToMameNoKi'', [[spoiler: after Madame Hecuba spends the entire movie [[BullyingTheDragon berating her giant son, Tulip,]] he decides he's had enough and stomps on her. Much to his surprise (and to the surprise of the audience), he finds that she's made of clockwork!]]
4th Dec '17 9:03:27 AM kyojikasshu
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' Vol. 2 #34 (a [[CrackFic comedy special]]), when ComicBook/{{Galactus}} does this to ComicBook/AntMan without even really noticing (or at least feigning not noticing).
19th Nov '17 11:20:06 PM LB7979
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* Two stories of ''ComicBook/ThePowerpuffGirls'' do this. In "Tragic Marker" (issue #45), Mojo Jojo uses a magic marker to alter things by changing their labels, so he turns a stop sign into "stomp," after which the Monty Python foot comes down on the girls. It releases the girls after Bubbles tickles it with a feather. In "The MP3" (Cartoon Network Block Party #23), the Micro-Puffs' mischief causes Blossom to grow giant size. She defeats the Micro-Puffs by trapping them under her foot.

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* Two stories of ''ComicBook/ThePowerpuffGirls'' do this. In "Tragic Marker" (issue #45), Mojo Jojo uses a magic marker to alter things by changing their labels, so he turns a stop sign into "stomp," after which the Monty Python foot comes down on the girls. It releases the girls after Bubbles tickles it with a feather. In "The MP3" [=MP3=]" (Cartoon Network Block Party #23), the Micro-Puffs' mischief causes Blossom to grow giant size. She defeats the Micro-Puffs by trapping them under her foot.
14th Nov '17 2:48:15 AM DrFraud
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* In the ''VideoGame/Cyclomaniacs'' series going in reverse at the start of a race results in your rider getting squashed by giant monster feet and losing time.

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* In the ''VideoGame/Cyclomaniacs'' ''VideoGame/{{Cyclomaniacs}}'' series going in reverse at the start of a race results in your rider getting squashed by giant monster feet and losing time.
14th Nov '17 2:47:43 AM DrFraud
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* In ''Cyclomaniacs 2'' going in reverse at the start of a race results in your rider getting squashed by giant monster feet and losing time. (The only exception is a race you ''have'' to complete in reverse, making going ''forward'' what gets you stomped.)

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* In ''Cyclomaniacs 2'' the ''VideoGame/Cyclomaniacs'' series going in reverse at the start of a race results in your rider getting squashed by giant monster feet and losing time. (The only exception is a race you ''have'' to complete in reverse, making going ''forward'' what gets you stomped.)time.
14th Nov '17 2:14:41 AM DrFraud
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* In the ''Medieval Cop'' series, when Dregg uses his Ragna Rock technique an illusory giant rock golem briefly appears before an illusion of its foot stomps on his opponent.

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* In the ''Medieval Cop'' series, ''VideoGame/MedievalCop'' series when Dregg uses his Ragna Rock Ragnarock technique an illusory giant rock golem briefly appears before an illusion of its foot stomps on his opponent.
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