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22nd Aug '16 12:36:06 AM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/{{Nihilumbra}}'': The Volcano, which is, well, just that. There's even a massive lava floe that bobs up and down, preventing access to certain places.
12th Aug '16 6:24:40 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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'''Francis:''' Technically that's not true. There's no lava in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}''. And in ''VideoGame/{{Metroid|1}}'', [[InsistentTerminology it's molten magma.]]
-->-- ''Film/SpyKids 3D: Game Over'' [[note]]Though ''Metroid'' has both varieties. As of ''Halo 4'', there's also atmospheric lava.[[/note]]

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'''Francis:''' Technically that's not true. There's no lava in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}''.''Franchise/{{Halo}}''. And in ''VideoGame/{{Metroid|1}}'', [[InsistentTerminology it's molten magma.]]
-->-- ''Film/SpyKids 3D: Game Over'' [[note]]Though ''Metroid'' has both varieties. As of ''Halo 4'', ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', there's also atmospheric lava.[[/note]]
24th Jul '16 6:36:00 PM mariic
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'''Francis:''' Technically that's not true. There's no lava in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}''. And in ''VideoGame/{{Metroid|1}}'', [[InsistantTerminology it's molten magma.]]

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'''Francis:''' Technically that's not true. There's no lava in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}''. And in ''VideoGame/{{Metroid|1}}'', [[InsistantTerminology [[InsistentTerminology it's molten magma.]]
24th Jul '16 6:35:35 PM mariic
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'''Francis:''' Technically that's not true. There's no lava in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}''. And in ''VideoGame/{{Metroid|1}}'', it's molten magma.

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'''Francis:''' Technically that's not true. There's no lava in ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}''. And in ''VideoGame/{{Metroid|1}}'', [[InsistantTerminology it's molten magma.]]
24th Jul '16 9:30:51 AM Dallenson
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A stage in a video game, particularly platformers, that takes place in [[VolcanoLair a volcanic area]] or another area with pervasive heat, such as a [[EternalEngine flaming tower or factory]]. There are also variants that have a GreenHillZone or LostWoods level that is on fire. Almost always features [[LavaPit large lakes of liquid lava]]. The puzzles and challenges in such an area generally revolve around navigating around flames and lava. Generally, the player will be [[ConvectionSchmonvection fine as long as he doesn't touch the molten rock]], and may be even able to boat across it on some vehicle. Of course, if they do fall into lava, [[ImMelting it won't be pretty.]]

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A stage in a video game, particularly platformers, that takes place in [[VolcanoLair a volcanic area]] or another area with pervasive heat, such as a [[EternalEngine flaming tower or factory]]. There are also variants that have a GreenHillZone or LostWoods level that is on fire. Almost always features [[LavaPit large lakes of liquid lava]]. The puzzles and challenges in such an area generally revolve around navigating around flames and lava. Generally, the player will be [[ConvectionSchmonvection fine as long as he doesn't touch the molten rock]], and may be even able to boat across it on some vehicle. Of course, if they do fall into lava, [[ImMelting it won't be pretty.]]
pretty]] (Or it could be [[RumpRoast pretty funny]]).



** A little different, but in ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Solar (the Sun) is a lethal lava land, and the intense heat causes you to steadily lose health. Your team members take damage too, but since they can't be healed mid-mission the level designers made it so they only take some heat damage near the beginning for some dramatic effect, otherwise they'd all be dead one-third of the way through the mission.

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** A little different, but in ''VideoGame/StarFox64'', Solar (the Sun) is a lethal lava land, and the intense heat causes you to steadily lose health. Your team members take damage too, but since they can't be healed mid-mission the level designers made it so they only take some heat damage near when their dialogue box is open and the beginning for some dramatic effect, damage stops when fighting the boss, otherwise they'd all be dead one-third of the way through the mission.
22nd Jul '16 3:26:40 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* The [[TheEighties 80s]] game ''Xain D Sleena'', also known as ''Solar Warrior'', features a volcanic planet -named respectively ''Guwld Soa'' and ''Mars''- where one has to cross a lava lake jumping over platforms, while jetpack-powered enemies attack your character -if you fall into it, you get instant death-. The remaining part of the stage is not much better, having to worry, besides of enemies, of geysers that mean instant death too as well as volcanic bombs.

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* The [[TheEighties 80s]] arcade game ''Xain D Sleena'', also known as ''Solar Warrior'', features a volcanic planet -named respectively ''Guwld Soa'' and ''Mars''- where one has to cross a lava lake in the depths of a volcano jumping over platforms, while jetpack-powered enemies attack your character -if you fall into it, you get instant death-. The remaining part of the stage [[NintendoHard is not much better, better]], having to worry, besides of enemies, of geysers that mean instant death too as well as volcanic bombs.bombs. Did we mention you have ''just'' one power up in the entire stage and that if you die after getting it you respawn without the possibility of taking it again?
22nd Jul '16 3:08:48 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* Lava planets that orbit extremely close to their stars as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-78b Kepler-78b]], that are believed may be so hot that have lava with water-like viscosity.

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* Lava planets planets, that orbit extremely close to their stars as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-78b Kepler-78b]], that are believed may be and being so hot that their lava could have lava with water-like viscosity.
* For (liquid) methane-based life that could exist in places as Titan, Saturn's largest moon, at temperatures of around -200°C where granite-solid water ice replaces there rock and liquid water takes the role of lava, Earth with its oceans of liquid water and clouds of water vapor would be a hellish LethalLavaLand.
22nd Jul '16 2:26:02 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* Our own planet UsefulNotes/{{Earth}} was like this at least a few times early in its geologic history.

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* Our own planet UsefulNotes/{{Earth}} was like this (and will again be) at least a few times early in its geologic history.




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* Lava planets that orbit extremely close to their stars as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-78b Kepler-78b]], that are believed may be so hot that have lava with water-like viscosity.
15th Jul '16 4:57:14 PM TheGrandestDad
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* [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hotland]] in ''/VideoGame/Undertale'' is this mixed with Main/EternalEngine in some parts.
15th Jul '16 4:56:42 PM TheGrandestDad
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* [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hotland]] in ''VideoGame/Undertale'' is this mixed with Main/EternalEngine in some parts.

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* [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hotland]] in ''VideoGame/Undertale'' ''/VideoGame/Undertale'' is this mixed with Main/EternalEngine in some parts.
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