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18th Jul '17 9:32:00 AM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'' and other Crash Bandicoot racing games has the Aku Aku/Uka Uka masks, which function just like the Mario Kart Super Star. Which mask you get depends on what characters you choose (heroic characters like Crash and Coco get Aku Aku while villains like Cortex and Tiny get Uka Uka).

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* ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'' and other Crash Bandicoot racing games has the Aku Aku/Uka Uka masks, which function just like the Mario Kart Super Star. Which mask you get depends on what characters you choose (heroic characters (good guys like Crash and Coco get Aku Aku while villains bad guys like Cortex and Tiny get Uka Uka).
18th Jul '17 9:29:01 AM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/CrashTeamRacing'' and other Crash Bandicoot racing games has the Aku Aku/Uka Uka masks, which function just like the Mario Kart Super Star. Which mask you get depends on what characters you choose (heroic characters like Crash and Coco get Aku Aku while villains like Cortex and Tiny get Uka Uka).
16th Jul '17 6:48:28 AM Medinoc
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' has [[spoiler:Tears of Light in the Dark Realm. Pick these up in your train, and enjoy the ''invincibility, super speed, and TouchOfDeath on the bomb trains that oh-so have been asking for being knocked right off of the tracks''!]]

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks'' has [[spoiler:Tears of Light in the Dark Realm. Pick these up in your train, and enjoy the ''invincibility, super speed, and TouchOfDeath on the bomb trains that oh-so have been asking for being knocked right off of the tracks''!]]tracks''!]] These are essentially [[spoiler:Power Pellets]].
10th Jun '17 3:57:54 PM nombretomado
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* In ''[[http://disney.go.com/games/play3/?content=2006061 Fix-It Felix Jr.]]'', sometimes the building inhabitants will leave you a [[PowerUpFood pie]]. Eat it and Felix will become invincible for a short time (indicated by his hat flashing). Not only will you be unaffected by the birds that fly by and the debris that Film/WreckItRalph rains upon you, but you can also repair the broken windows more quickly (two window panes are fixed at once, and Felix spends less time hammering away). (In an earlier "Beta Code" version of the game, the pies only restore lives you lost.)

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* In ''[[http://disney.go.com/games/play3/?content=2006061 Fix-It Felix Jr.]]'', sometimes the building inhabitants will leave you a [[PowerUpFood pie]]. Eat it and Felix will become invincible for a short time (indicated by his hat flashing). Not only will you be unaffected by the birds that fly by and the debris that Film/WreckItRalph Disney/WreckItRalph rains upon you, but you can also repair the broken windows more quickly (two window panes are fixed at once, and Felix spends less time hammering away). (In an earlier "Beta Code" version of the game, the pies only restore lives you lost.)
10th Apr '17 1:14:03 AM Korodzik
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* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' also has an invulnerability power-up, the Death Mask. Annoyingly, due to a programmer oversight, you couldn't tell when its effect ended.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' also has an invulnerability power-up, the Death Mask. Annoyingly, due to a programmer oversight, you couldn't tell when its effect ended. There's also the [[AttackReflector Reflective Shots]] powerup which not only protects you from enemy attacks, but reflects the damage at the attackers.
17th Mar '17 9:15:36 PM TheGreenHerring
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* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' also has an invulnerability power-up, the Death Mask. Annoyingly, due to a programmer oversight, you couldn't tell when its effect ended.



* Another shooter example: the Horned Mask in ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'', granting you invulnerability. (Annoyingly, due to a programmer oversight, you couldn't tell when its effect ended.)
25th Feb '17 10:58:02 PM PeppermintTwist
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* The Dash powerup in ''VideoGame/BlenderBros'' lets you dash forward invincibly. You can find it lying around levels, but the [[{{Mons}} Mini Bro]] Spish lets you do it at any time. Well, except for the cooldown period.
25th Jan '17 8:57:22 PM Galacton
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A PowerUp, often found in {{Action Game}}s, that makes the player invincible for [[TimedPowerUp a short period of time]]. This not only makes you immune to damage, it sometimes allows you to inflict CollisionDamage ''against'' enemies. Often [[ThemeMusicPowerUp accompanied]] with its own [[PowerUpMotif power-up theme]].

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A PowerUp, often found in {{Action Game}}s, video games, that makes the player invincible for [[TimedPowerUp a short period of time]]. This not Not only makes are you immune to damage, it but sometimes allows you are able to inflict CollisionDamage ''against'' enemies. Often [[ThemeMusicPowerUp accompanied]] with its own a celebratory [[PowerUpMotif power-up theme]].
theme]] that doubles as an indicator for how much time you have until the invincibility wears off.



* Hyper Candy from the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series, which makes Kirby invincible and, sometimes, hyperfast. It's pretty much the definition of a [[StealthPun Sugar Rush]].

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* Hyper Candy from the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series, which makes Kirby invincible and, sometimes, hyperfast. It's pretty much the definition of a [[StealthPun Sugar Rush]].
6th Dec '16 4:21:40 PM Galacton
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A PowerUp, often found in {{Platformer}}s, that makes the player invincible for [[TimedPowerUp a short period of time]]. Usually, this not only makes you immune to damage, but also allows you to inflict CollisionDamage ''against'' most enemies (try not to [[BottomlessPit fall into a pit]] or [[ChunkySalsaRule get crushed]], though). The effect is usually accompanied with its own PowerUpMotif.

Cousin to the QuadDamage. Can overlap with SuperMode especially if the character's appearance changes while the power-up is active.

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A PowerUp, often found in {{Platformer}}s, {{Action Game}}s, that makes the player invincible for [[TimedPowerUp a short period of time]]. Usually, this This not only makes you immune to damage, but also it sometimes allows you to inflict CollisionDamage ''against'' most enemies (try not to enemies. Often [[ThemeMusicPowerUp accompanied]] with its own [[PowerUpMotif power-up theme]].

In spite of all this awesomeness you might still die is you do something game considers inescapable; such as
[[BottomlessPit fall falling into a pit]] or [[ChunkySalsaRule get crushed]], though). The effect is usually accompanied with its own PowerUpMotif.

Cousin to the QuadDamage. Can overlap with SuperMode especially if the character's appearance changes while the power-up is active.
getting crushed]].

Can overlap with SuperMode especially if the character's appearance changes while the power-up is active.
12th Oct '16 7:23:41 PM Galacton
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Cousin to the QuadDamage. Can be related to SuperMode especially if the character's appearance changes while the power-up is active.

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Cousin to the QuadDamage. Can be related to overlap with SuperMode especially if the character's appearance changes while the power-up is active.
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