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18th Mar '17 5:58:00 PM nombretomado
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* {{Neopets}} [[EverybodyKnewAlready certainly does not have a land made entirely of gelatin.]] That would just be silly.

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* {{Neopets}} {{Website/Neopets}} [[EverybodyKnewAlready certainly does not have a land made entirely of gelatin.]] That would just be silly.
15th Mar '17 6:33:18 PM nombretomado
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* Level 3 of ''[[VideoGame/{{Parodius}} Gokujou Parodius]]'', which parodies a level of ''Gradius 3'' by replacing its sand dunes with delicious pastry. Level 4 of the game for the {{MSX}} is the Ma(i)ze Cake Star, where DeadlyWalls are made of sponge cake.

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* Level 3 of ''[[VideoGame/{{Parodius}} Gokujou Parodius]]'', which parodies a level of ''Gradius 3'' by replacing its sand dunes with delicious pastry. Level 4 of the game for the {{MSX}} {{UsefulNotes/MSX}} is the Ma(i)ze Cake Star, where DeadlyWalls are made of sponge cake.
12th Mar '17 5:19:27 PM Fyr3fly
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* A popular user-made level in "VideoGame/TeamFortress2" named koth_sanvich has this as its theme.
3rd Mar '17 9:15:52 AM erforce
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* One section of the SNES ''CoolWorld'' videogame featured a room made entirely of candy and sweets.

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* One section of the SNES ''CoolWorld'' ''VideoGame/CoolWorld'' videogame featured a room made entirely of candy and sweets.
26th Feb '17 12:41:00 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* The setting for an episode of the surreal ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' parody, ''WebVideo/LasagnaCat'', is a small idyllic neighborhood made entirely out of and inhabited of various kinds of breakfast food, (except for Jon Arbuckle who is, for some reason, still a perfectly normal human living in one of the breakfast houses). The neighborhood then gets completely destroyed when a giant Garfield happens to come by and accidentally sneezes on it.

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* The setting for an episode of the surreal ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' parody, ''WebVideo/LasagnaCat'', is a small idyllic neighborhood made entirely out of and inhabited of various kinds of breakfast food, (except for Jon Arbuckle Arbuckle, who is, for some reason, still a perfectly normal human living in one of the breakfast houses). The neighborhood then gets completely destroyed when a giant Garfield happens to come by and accidentally sneezes on it.
26th Feb '17 12:39:06 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* The setting for an episode of the surreal ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' parody, ''WebVideo/LasagnaCat'', is a small idyllic neighborhood made entirely out of and inhabited of various kinds of breakfast food, (except for Jon Arbuckle who is, for some reason, still a perfectly normal human living in one of the breakfast houses). The neighborhood then gets completely destroyed when a giant Garfield happens to come by and accidentally sneezes on it.
24th Feb '17 2:23:08 PM Xtifr
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* The [[SillinessSwitch Silly]] setting in ''TransportTycoon'', which features candy floss forests, sugar mines and toffee quarries, among other things. (It's also [[FakeDifficulty rock hard]].) Considered a ThatOneLevel by fans of the game.

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* The [[SillinessSwitch Silly]] setting in ''TransportTycoon'', ''VideoGame/TransportTycoon'', which features candy floss forests, sugar mines and toffee quarries, among other things. (It's also [[FakeDifficulty rock hard]].) Considered a ThatOneLevel by fans of the game.
27th Nov '16 5:19:52 PM nombretomado
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* The children's book ''CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'' (and the movie it inspired) are about this. The actual landscape isn't made of food, but (as you might guess from the name) the weather most certainly is. "Restaurants" lack roofs, and are mostly just nice places to sit while waiting to be fed by the sky.

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* The children's book ''CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'' ''Literature/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'' (and the movie it inspired) are about this. The actual landscape isn't made of food, but (as you might guess from the name) the weather most certainly is. "Restaurants" lack roofs, and are mostly just nice places to sit while waiting to be fed by the sky.
23rd Nov '16 5:28:16 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* "Literature/HanselAndGretel" -- the fairy tale famous for its life-size gingerbread house. In older variants it's a house of plain old bread -- then the reason the stepmother wanted to be rid of them was a food shortage.

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* "Literature/HanselAndGretel" -- the fairy tale famous for its life-size gingerbread house. In older variants it's a house of plain old bread -- then the reason the stepmother wanted to be rid of them was a food shortage. TruthInTelevision as there were '''severe''' famines, the first of which was the Great Famine of 131517, that lead to families being forced to abandon their children in the woods to fend for themselves or die trying and supposedly cannibalism was practiced, largely by the starving poor. Makes the story a lot darker, don't it?
19th Oct '16 5:09:10 PM nombretomado
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* Many, many of the obstacles on Nickelodeon's ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]''. Some of the physical challenges qualify as well.

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* Many, many of the obstacles on Nickelodeon's ''[[DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]''.''Series/{{Double Dare|1986}}''. Some of the physical challenges qualify as well.
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