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8th Jan '18 7:52:51 PM VmKid
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8th Jan '18 7:52:17 PM VmKid
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* ''VideoGame/{{HQ}}'' has Extra Lives, which will allow the player to continue even if they get a question wrong. They can be earned by having a friend use your referral code when signing up or be awarded by the administrators.
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* ''VideoGame/{{HQ}}'' has Extra Lives, which will allow the player to continue even if they get a question wrong. They can be earned by having a friend use your referral code when signing up or be awarded by the administrators.
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8th Jan '18 7:51:35 PM VmKid
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[[folder:Trivia Games]]
* ''VideoGame/{{HQ}}'' has Extra Lives, which will allow the player to continue even if they get a question wrong. They can be earned by having a friend use your referral code when signing up or be awarded by the administrators.
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5th Jan '18 7:28:19 PM ironcommando
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* Lives in ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}!'' look like golden award medals of Bug's head (since he's a movie star), are generally easy to find, and easy to obtain via {{Bonus Level}}s. [[NintendoHard You're going to need them.]]

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* Lives in ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}!'' ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}'' look like golden award medals of Bug's head (since he's a movie star), are generally easy to find, and easy to obtain via {{Bonus Level}}s. [[NintendoHard You're going to need them.]]
29th Dec '17 12:25:33 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''[[TyTheTasmanianTiger Ty]]'' has the traditional floating-head variety.

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* ''[[TyTheTasmanianTiger ''[[VideoGame/TyTheTasmanianTiger Ty]]'' has the traditional floating-head variety.
4th Dec '17 1:42:52 AM totoofze47
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* The fairies (or magic medicines in the case of the Game Boy and DS games) in ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series will replenish your health when you run out, although in many cases it doesn't restore it all the way...

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* The fairies (or magic medicines in the case of the Game Boy and DS games) in ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series will replenish your health when you run out, although in many cases it doesn't restore it all the way...way, so keeping a HealingPotion on hand alongside fairies is often a good idea. ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' also has [[spoiler:the Champion's power Mipha's Grace]], which replenishes all of Link's health ''and'' adds a few extra temporary hearts, though it has a real-time cooldown to make up for it.
25th Oct '17 11:45:08 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* In ''VideoGame/KaoTheKangaroo'', you get an extra life whenever you collect 50 coins, and occasionally when you pick up the question mark powerup (which gives you a random pickup).
27th Jun '17 5:35:28 PM 8BrickMario
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** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' is a notable aversion, being the first game in the main series to have no traditional lives. Here, you respawn and pay for continues with coins.
27th Jun '17 5:47:04 AM tropower
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* While ''VideoGame/{{Xevious}}'' has the player getting these [[EveryTenThousandPoints at certain point values]], they also come in the form of hard to find S-flags[[note]]An item from ''VideoGame/RallyX'' that became a recurring item in later Creator/{{Namco}} games[[/note]], which unlike Sol towers, don't cause the Solvalou's bomb sight to flash when putting it over them. They are only found in specific areas, and their exact location changes every time the game is played.
17th May '17 6:04:36 AM tropower
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* In the ''VideoGame/EveryExtend'' series, you start with 12 lives, blow yourself up (and thereby lose a life) to attack, and gain extra lives very, very quickly. In fact, the term "extend" (a Japanese pseudo-anglicism used as a synonym for One Up) itself is in the title.

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* In the ''VideoGame/EveryExtend'' series, you start with 12 lives, blow yourself up (and thereby lose a life) to attack, and gain extra lives very, very quickly. In fact, the term "extend" (a Japanese pseudo-anglicism pseudo-anglicism[[note]]This can also be seen in released in English spealing countries as well.[[/note]] used as a synonym for One Up) itself is in the title.
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