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** ''MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'' has several: the easternmost section of Beanbean Outskirts, Oho Oasis, and Gwahar Lagoon.

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** ''MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'' ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga'' has several: the easternmost section of Beanbean Outskirts, Oho Oasis, and Gwahar Gwarhar Lagoon.



* Most ''{{Pokemon}}'' games have at least one beach area. There aren't any wild Pokemon on the beaches themselves, but go surfing and you'll run into plenty of [[GoddamnedBats Tentacool/Tentacruel and Wingull/Pelipper]], plus things like Goldeen/Seaking and Mantyke from time to time. (Frillish/Jellicent in Gen V). The Swimmer, Tuber and Sailor trainer classes are often found here. Plenty of other water Pokémon are found by fishing with various rods. ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' and Emerald seem to have the most individual beach areas, due to Hoenn being a warm, tropical region with lots of coastline, but there's plenty of coast in the first five gens. ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' also has plenty of beach areas due to being based on {{UsefulNotes/Hawaii}}.

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* Most ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games have at least one beach area. There aren't any wild Pokemon on the beaches themselves, but go surfing and you'll run into plenty of [[GoddamnedBats Tentacool/Tentacruel and Wingull/Pelipper]], plus things like Goldeen/Seaking and Mantyke from time to time. (Frillish/Jellicent in Gen V). The Swimmer, Tuber and Sailor trainer classes are often found here. Plenty of other water Pokémon are found by fishing with various rods. ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' and Emerald seem to have the most individual beach areas, due to Hoenn being a warm, tropical region with lots of coastline, but there's plenty of coast in the first five gens. ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' also has plenty of beach areas due to being based on {{UsefulNotes/Hawaii}}.
20th Sep '17 6:07:29 PM Pichu-kun
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** There is also Neo Green Hill Zone in ''Sonic Advance'', and Resort Island in ''VideoGame/SonicR''. The list just never stops growing.

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** There is also Neo Green Hill Zone in ''Sonic Advance'', ''VideoGame/SonicAdvance'', and Resort Island in ''VideoGame/SonicR''. The list just never stops growing.



** Seaside Hill and Ocean Palace from ''Sonic Heroes'', which also appear in the [=PS3=]/Xbox 360/PC version of ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations''.

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** Seaside Hill and Ocean Palace from ''Sonic Heroes'', ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'', which also appear in the [=PS3=]/Xbox 360/PC version of ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations''.



** Crescent Coast in ''Yoshi's Safari'' is one-third this and two-thirds UnderTheSea.

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** Crescent Coast in ''Yoshi's Safari'' ''VideoGame/YoshisSafari'' is one-third this and two-thirds UnderTheSea.
10th Sep '17 9:39:11 AM Malady
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* Most ''{{Pokemon}}'' games have at least one beach area. There aren't any wild Pokemon on the beaches themselves, but go surfing and you'll run into plenty of [[GoddamnedBats Tentacool/Tentacruel and Wingull/Pelipper]], plus things like Goldeen/Seaking and Mantyke from time to time. (Frillish/Jellicent in Gen V). The Swimmer, Tuber and Sailor trainer classes are often found here. Plenty of other water Pokémon are found by fishing with various rods. ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' and Emerald seem to have the most individual beach areas, due to Hoenn being a warm, tropical region with lots of coastline, but there's plenty of coast in the first five gens. ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' also has plenty of beach areas due to being based on {{UsefulNotes/Hawaii}}.

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* Most ''{{Pokemon}}'' games have at least one beach area. There aren't any wild Pokemon on the beaches themselves, but go surfing and you'll run into plenty of [[GoddamnedBats Tentacool/Tentacruel and Wingull/Pelipper]], plus things like Goldeen/Seaking and Mantyke from time to time. (Frillish/Jellicent in Gen V). The Swimmer, Tuber and Sailor trainer classes are often found here. Plenty of other water Pokémon are found by fishing with various rods. ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' and Emerald seem to have the most individual beach areas, due to Hoenn being a warm, tropical region with lots of coastline, but there's plenty of coast in the first five gens. ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' also has plenty of beach areas due to being based on {{UsefulNotes/Hawaii}}.



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* ''VideoGame/CoolSpot'' began with a beach level.
** [[BookEnds And ended with one.]]

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* ''VideoGame/CoolSpot'' began begins with a beach level.
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** The DS remake of ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' introduces the Sunshine Isles.
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* Many stages in the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' series are this: Koopa Beach in the SNES original, Koopa Troopa Beach in ''64'', Shy Guy Beach and Cheep-Cheep Island in ''Super Circuit'', [[RhymesOnADime Peach Beach]] in ''Double Dash'', Cheep Cheep Beach in ''DS'', Cheep Cheep Lagoon and Wuhu Loop in ''7'' and Dolphin Shoals in ''8'', as well as Mario Beach in the ''Arcade GP'' games. Only the Wii version doesn't have a beach-themed track, though Daisy Circuit and Koopa Cape come pretty close. Peach Beach, Koopa Troopa Beach and Cheep Cheep Beach return as [[NostalgiaLevel retro tracks]] in ''Wii'', ''7'' and ''8'' respectively.

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* Many stages in the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' series are this: Koopa Beach in the SNES original, Koopa Troopa Beach in ''64'', Shy Guy Beach and Cheep-Cheep Island in ''Super Circuit'', [[RhymesOnADime Peach Beach]] in ''Double Dash'', Cheep Cheep Beach in ''DS'', Cheep Cheep Lagoon and Wuhu Loop in ''7'' and Dolphin Shoals in ''8'', as well as Mario Beach in the ''Arcade GP'' games. Only the Wii version doesn't have a beach-themed track, though Daisy Circuit and Koopa Cape come pretty close. Peach Beach, Koopa Troopa Beach and Cheep Cheep Beach return as [[NostalgiaLevel retro tracks]] in ''Wii'', ''7'' and ''8'' respectively.



** The non-UnderTheSea levels of World 3 in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' hinted at this, and the world map gave off the theme with relaxing beach music, palmtrees and even a canoe.

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** The non-UnderTheSea levels of World 3 in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3'' hinted hint at this, and the world map gave gives off the theme with relaxing beach music, palmtrees and even a canoe.



** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' combined several of its [[UnderTheSea water levels]] with a beach filled with a recurring cast of [[EverythingsBetterWithPenguins penguins]] in a swimming class.
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' has the Starshine Beach Galaxy.



** Fourth world in ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosWii''. The original ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros'' also has it as the third world. It is World 3 in ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosU'' as well, though ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros2'''s third world is [[HailfirePeaks a combination of this]] and JungleJapes.
** 6-1, S1-4, and S4-3 in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DLand'', as well as 5-1 [[spoiler:and 11-9]] (and possibly 3-5 [[spoiler:and 11-7]], though those are more just UnderTheSea) in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DWorld''.

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** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' combines several of its [[UnderTheSea water levels]] with a beach filled with a recurring cast of [[EverythingsBetterWithPenguins penguins]] in a swimming class.
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' has the Starshine Beach Galaxy.
** Fourth world in ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosWii''. The original ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros'' ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros1'' also has it as the third world. It is World 3 in ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosU'' as well, though ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros2'''s third world is [[HailfirePeaks a combination of this]] and JungleJapes.
** 6-1, S1-4, and S4-3 in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DLand'', as well as 5-1 [[spoiler:and 11-9]] Flower-9]] (and possibly to a lesser extent 3-5 [[spoiler:and 11-7]], though those are Flower-7]], leaning more just towards UnderTheSea) in ''VideoGame/SuperMario3DWorld''.



* Treasure Trove Cove in ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie''.
** Jolly Roger's Lagoon and Nutty Acres in the sequels are both subversions; the former turns out to be just a small portion of a hidden UnderTheSea level and the latter is a [[HailfirePeaks combination of Palmtree Panic]] with [[GreenHillZone other]] [[LethalLavaLand level]] [[EternalEngine types]].
** Breegull Beach from the Gameboy Advance game plays it straight, though.

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Treasure Trove Cove in ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie''.
the first game, though it also has a large DeathMountain section.
** Jolly Roger's Lagoon and Nutty Acres in the sequels are both subversions; the former turns out to be just a small portion of a hidden UnderTheSea level and the latter is a [[HailfirePeaks combination of Palmtree Panic]] with [[GreenHillZone other]] [[LethalLavaLand level]] [[EternalEngine types]].
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* The second world of ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns'', simply named "Beach", is set on DK Isle's tropical beach amid the wrecks of numerous ships (overlapping with GangplankGalleon). Crabs and squid abound.

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** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3DixieKongsDoubleTrouble'' has a few "lakeside" levels, which are more or less this with wooden piers instead of sand.
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The second world of ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryReturns'', simply named "Beach", is set on DK Isle's tropical beach amid the wrecks of numerous ships (overlapping with GangplankGalleon). Crabs and squid abound.



** The original SNES ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry'' trilogy didn't have any true beach levels, but [[VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry3DixieKongsDoubleTrouble the third game]] did have a few "lakeside" levels, which were more or less this with wooden piers instead of sand.



** ''Super Mario Kart'' - Koopa Beach 1 and Koopa Beach 2
** ''Mario Kart 64'' - Koopa Troopa Beach
** ''Mario Kart: Super Circuit'' - Shy Guy Beach and Cheep Cheep Island
** ''Mario Kart: Double Dash!!'' - Peach Beach
** ''Mario Kart DS'' - Cheep Cheep Beach, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine Delfino Square]], and Palm Shore
** ''Mario Kart Wii'' - Koopa Cape
** ''Mario Kart 7'' - Cheep Cheep Lagoon, [[VideoGame/WiiSportsResort Wuhu Loop, and Maka Wuhu]]
** ''Mario Kart 8'' - Toad Harbor and Dolphin Shoals

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** ''Super Mario Kart'' ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' - Koopa Beach 1 and Koopa Beach 2
** ''Mario Kart 64'' ''VideoGame/MarioKart64'' - Koopa Troopa Beach
** ''Mario Kart: Super Circuit'' ''VideoGame/MarioKartSuperCircuit'' - Shy Guy Beach and Cheep Cheep Island
** ''Mario Kart: Double Dash!!'' ''VideoGame/MarioKartDoubleDash'' - Peach Beach
** ''Mario Kart DS'' ''VideoGame/MarioKartDS'' - Cheep Cheep Beach, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine Delfino Square]], and Palm Shore
** ''Mario Kart Wii'' ''VideoGame/MarioKartWii'' - Koopa Cape
** ''Mario Kart 7'' ''VideoGame/MarioKart7'' - Cheep Cheep Lagoon, [[VideoGame/WiiSportsResort Wuhu Loop, and Maka Wuhu]]
** ''Mario Kart 8'' ''VideoGame/MarioKart8'' - Toad Harbor and Dolphin Shoals


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** Peach Beach and Shy Guy Beach return as [[NostalgiaLevel retro tracks]] in ''Wii'', Koopa Troopa Beach and Koopa Cape return in ''7'', and Cheep Cheep Beach returns in ''8''.
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* Many stages in the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' series are this: Koopa Beach in the SNES original, Koopa Troopa Beach in ''64'', Shy Guy Beach and Cheep-Cheep Island in ''Super Circuit'', [[RhymesOnADime Peach Beach]] in ''Double Dash'', Cheep Cheep Beach in ''DS'', Cheep Cheep Lagoon and Wuhu Loop in ''7'' and Dolphin Shoals in ''8'', as well as Mario Beach in the ''Arcade GP'' games. Only the Wii version doesn't have a beach-themed track, though Daisy Circuit and Koopa Cape come pretty close.

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* Many stages in the ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' series are this: Koopa Beach in the SNES original, Koopa Troopa Beach in ''64'', Shy Guy Beach and Cheep-Cheep Island in ''Super Circuit'', [[RhymesOnADime Peach Beach]] in ''Double Dash'', Cheep Cheep Beach in ''DS'', Cheep Cheep Lagoon and Wuhu Loop in ''7'' and Dolphin Shoals in ''8'', as well as Mario Beach in the ''Arcade GP'' games. Only the Wii version doesn't have a beach-themed track, though Daisy Circuit and Koopa Cape come pretty close.
close. Peach Beach, Koopa Troopa Beach and Cheep Cheep Beach return as [[NostalgiaLevel retro tracks]] in ''Wii'', ''7'' and ''8'' respectively.
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* ''VideoGame/StreetFighter5'' has the Kanzuki Beach stage, a private beach owned by the character Karin and her family

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* ''VideoGame/StreetFighter5'' ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'' has the Kanzuki Beach stage, a private beach owned by the character Karin and her family
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* ''VideoGame/Street Fighter 5'' has the Kanzuki Beach stage, a private beach owned by the character Karin and her family

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* ''VideoGame/Street Fighter 5'' ''VideoGame/StreetFighter5'' has the Kanzuki Beach stage, a private beach owned by the character Karin and her family
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* ''VideoGame/Street Fighter 5'' has the Kanzuki Beach stage, a private beach owned by the character Karin and her family
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