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2nd Sep '16 5:17:54 PM Galacton
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The SpringJump is an ability in video games that sends your character rocketing straight upwards, and is much more powerful than ordinary JumpPhysics, giving your character the power to leap tall obstacles InASingleBound. It may require a special item or only be available at certain places in the level architecture (such as [[SpringsSpringsEverywhere springboards]] and {{Spring Coil}}s), or some other limiter that makes it less available than JumpPhysics (which it does not imply the availability of, though some degree of air control is required).

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The SpringJump is an ability in video games that sends your character rocketing straight upwards, and is much more powerful than ordinary JumpPhysics, your character's normal jump, giving your character you the power to leap tall obstacles InASingleBound. It may require a special item or only be available at certain places in the level architecture (such as [[SpringsSpringsEverywhere springboards]] and {{Spring Coil}}s), or some other limiter that makes it less available than JumpPhysics (which it does not imply the availability of, though some degree of air control is required).
26th Aug '16 4:56:49 PM StFan
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25th Aug '16 1:57:42 PM Drope
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14th Aug '16 1:18:55 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''{{VideoGame/Halo 2}}'' introduced air vents to replace ladders from the first game, which flung players into the air. Why or how there would be fans on the ground that spin so fast that they launch two-ton space marines into the air isn't explained.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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''{{VideoGame/Halo 2}}'' introduced air vents to replace ladders from the [[VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved first game, game]], which flung players into the air. Why or how there would be fans on the ground that spin so fast that they launch two-ton space marines into the air isn't explained.


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** The man cannons, introduced in ''Halo 3'', are stationary anti-gravity pads that can launch players across incredibly long distances.
19th Mar '16 9:57:02 AM nombretomado
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* ''[[{{Banjo-Kazooie}} Banjo-Tooie]]'' has the Springy Step Shoes (requires item) and the Leg Spring (performed by Kazooie solo).
** ''[[BanjoKazooie Banjo-Kazooie]]'' also has the Shock Jump pads. Since they're in the sequel, that makes ''three'' methods of jumping really high in one game!

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* ''[[{{Banjo-Kazooie}} Banjo-Tooie]]'' ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie'' has the Springy Step Shoes (requires item) and the Leg Spring (performed by Kazooie solo).
** ''[[BanjoKazooie Banjo-Kazooie]]'' ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' also has the Shock Jump pads. Since they're in the sequel, that makes ''three'' methods of jumping really high in one game!
24th Feb '16 7:07:27 PM MegaMarioMan
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* ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank''. Ratchet can do a boost jump anywhere, once Clank gets a certain upgrade. Requires that Clank be with Ratchet.

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* ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank''.''Franchise/RatchetAndClank''. Ratchet can do a boost jump anywhere, once Clank gets a certain upgrade. Requires that Clank be with Ratchet.



** Jumping flowers in ''[[RatchetAndClankSizeMatters Size Matters]]''.
* There were blocks that acted like the ''SuperMarioBros'' springboards in the first ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' game, and the Spring Wario power up, which turned Wario into a spring worked kinda like this.

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** Jumping flowers in ''[[RatchetAndClankSizeMatters ''[[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankSizeMatters Size Matters]]''.
* There were blocks that acted like the ''SuperMarioBros'' ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' springboards in the first ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' game, and the Spring Wario power up, which turned Wario into a spring worked kinda like this.
20th Feb '16 1:15:57 AM Sturmtrommel
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*Multiple characters in ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' have abilities that allow them to jump to incredible heights. A couple of them also have skills that allow their allies to perform super jumps.
22nd Jan '16 6:34:41 PM GrammarNavi
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* ''SuperSmashBros Brawl'' has a variety of springs. There are springs that you can put in custom stages, ones that are items, and Sonic's spring. Throughout the series, this is also Mario and Luigi's Up-B move though whereas Mario's goes to one side, Luigi's goes straight up. If timed right, it's also insanely strong.

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* ''SuperSmashBros Brawl'' ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' has a variety of springs. There are springs that you can put in custom stages, ones that are items, and Sonic's spring. Throughout the series, this is also Mario and Luigi's Up-B move though whereas Mario's goes to one side, Luigi's goes straight up. If timed right, it's also insanely strong.
5th Dec '15 11:46:37 AM nombretomado
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* The various ''SeriousSam'' games have jump pads, which are basically gigantic fans that launch you into the air.
* Halo 2 introduced air vents to replace ladders from the first game, which flung players into the air. Why or how there would be fans on the ground that spin so fast that they launch two-ton space marines into the air isn't explained.
** Halo 3 took the concept one step further by having a small anti-gravity item that players can deploy anywhere.

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* The various ''SeriousSam'' ''VideoGame/SeriousSam'' games have jump pads, which are basically gigantic fans that launch you into the air.
* Halo 2 ''{{VideoGame/Halo 2}}'' introduced air vents to replace ladders from the first game, which flung players into the air. Why or how there would be fans on the ground that spin so fast that they launch two-ton space marines into the air isn't explained.
** Halo 3 ''{{VideoGame/Halo 3}}'' took the concept one step further by having a small anti-gravity item that players can deploy anywhere.
9th Oct '15 3:58:17 PM noitufan
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* ''VideoGame/DistortedTravesty 3'' features the [[https://youtu.be/yDfx-PHZdYg?t=22s spring balls]] from Yoshi's Island
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