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10th Jul '16 6:18:14 PM nombretomado
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* Mary's games in CodeMonkeys dance the line around this trope, trying to combine it with feminist values, though some are less innocent than others (like when she was forced to make a "Little Suzy Snackcakes" game with bulimia as a game mechanic.)

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* Mary's games in CodeMonkeys ''WesternAnimation/CodeMonkeys'' dance the line around this trope, trying to combine it with feminist values, though some are less innocent than others (like when she was forced to make a "Little Suzy Snackcakes" game with bulimia as a game mechanic.)
22nd Jun '16 10:04:23 PM MyFinalEdits
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games are infamous for being games that ''seem'' like this until you start to notice the little bits of EldritchAbomination and NightmareFuel scattered about, and then the final boss is always [[VileVillainSaccharineShow a refugee straight from Hell]].
** ''VideoGame/KirbysEpicYarn'' is probably the nadir of this, as it's completely sugary and saccharine (even managing to avoid any sort of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore trappings its ilk have succumbed to). ''VideoGame/YoshisWoollyWorld'' is the same for Yoshi's line of games.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games are infamous for being games that ''seem'' like this until you start to notice the little bits of EldritchAbomination and NightmareFuel scattered about, and then the final boss is always [[VileVillainSaccharineShow a refugee straight from Hell]].
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Hell]]. ''VideoGame/KirbysEpicYarn'' in particular is probably the nadir of this, as it's completely sugary and saccharine (even managing to avoid any sort of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore trappings its ilk have succumbed to). to).
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''VideoGame/YoshisWoollyWorld'' is the same for Yoshi's line of games.games. (please explain this example for its own merits and not merely in comparison to other examples).
22nd Jun '16 8:56:53 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''VideoGame/KirbysEpicYarn'' is probably the nadir of this, as it's completely sugary and saccharine (even managing to avoid any sort of AmericanKirbyIsHardcore trappings its ilk have succumbed to). ''VideoGame/YoshisWoollyWorld'' is the same for Yoshi's line of games.
21st Jun '16 10:03:24 PM KEEP_IN
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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. While the game itself is a standard, if a little goofy shooter, it's shown in the "Meet the Pyro" short that this is how the Pyro sees the world.

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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. While the game itself is a standard, if a little goofy shooter, it's shown in the "Meet the Pyro" short that this is how the Pyro sees the world.world as he sets it on fire.
3rd May '16 9:49:34 AM Pichu-kun
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* The two ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyG3'' games plays this trope straight. Especially the NintendoDS title (see image). There's also the sole ''VideoGame/MyLittlePonyFriendshipGarden'' G2 title, in which you raise a virtual pony.
* ''Any'' title released for early educational consoles like the ''[=VTech=] V-Smile'' (especially it's SpinOffBabies-riffic ''V-Smile Baby''), the original ''Franchise/LeapFrog Leapster'', and ''Sega Pico'' (and it's spinoff ''Advanced Pico Beena'') tend to be this. They tend to use licensed cartooon characters to make up for it though. Averted in some later games for educational consoles: The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic game for the [=LeapPad Exporer=] had Discord, a extremely dangerous and competent villain, as the antagonist.

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* The two ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyG3'' games plays this trope straight. Especially the NintendoDS title (see image). There's also the sole ''VideoGame/MyLittlePonyFriendshipGarden'' ''VideoGame/MyLittlePonyFriendshipGardens'' G2 title, in which you raise a virtual pony.
* ''Any'' title released for early educational consoles like the ''[=VTech=] V-Smile'' (especially it's SpinOffBabies-riffic ''V-Smile Baby''), the original ''Franchise/LeapFrog Leapster'', and ''Sega Pico'' (and it's spinoff ''Advanced Pico Beena'') tend to be this. They tend to use licensed cartooon characters to make up for it though. Averted in some later games for educational consoles: The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' game for the [=LeapPad Exporer=] had Discord, a extremely dangerous and competent villain, as the antagonist.
3rd May '16 9:48:43 AM Pichu-kun
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* [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zagging]] with the 2003 StrawberryShortcake games. While the NintendoDS and the first GameBoyAdvance games are like this, the subsequent GameBoyAdvance and [=PS2=] games avert this straight. The first two PC titles are also like this, but averted with the third title (which was a port of the [=PS2=] title). Play straight, however, with the 2009 iOS titles.
* The two ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyG3'' games plays this trope straight. Especially the NintendoDS title (see image). There's also the sole ''My Little Pony'' G2 title, in which you raise a virtual pony.

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* [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-Zagging]] with the 2003 StrawberryShortcake ''WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake'' games. While the NintendoDS and the first GameBoyAdvance games are like this, the subsequent GameBoyAdvance and [=PS2=] games avert this straight. The first two PC titles are also like this, but averted with the third title (which was a port of the [=PS2=] title). Play straight, however, with the 2009 iOS titles.
* The two ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyG3'' games plays this trope straight. Especially the NintendoDS title (see image). There's also the sole ''My Little Pony'' ''VideoGame/MyLittlePonyFriendshipGarden'' G2 title, in which you raise a virtual pony.
21st Mar '16 3:08:20 PM Vir
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* ''FarmVille''
* ''RobotUnicornAttack'' revels in its over-the-top SugarBowl-ness.
* {{Franchise/Barbie}} games tend to be about as unthreatening as you can get. There are surprising exceptions to this, however, and some of the games can actually be a legitimate challenge.
* An infamous commercial for VideoGame/{{Blur}} tried to market it as an "X-Treme and totally not kiddy" racing game with kart racer-style weapons by juxtaposing the game with the most SugarBowl-y kart racer they could conceive (and an obvious TakeThat at MarioKart.)

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* ''FarmVille''
''VideoGame/FarmVille''
* ''RobotUnicornAttack'' ''VideoGame/RobotUnicornAttack'' revels in its over-the-top SugarBowl-ness.
* {{Franchise/Barbie}} Franchise/{{Barbie}} games tend to be about as unthreatening as you can get. There are surprising exceptions to this, however, and some of the games can actually be a legitimate challenge.
* An infamous commercial for VideoGame/{{Blur}} ''VideoGame/{{Blur}}'' tried to market it as an "X-Treme and totally not kiddy" racing game with kart racer-style weapons by juxtaposing the game with the most SugarBowl-y kart racer they could conceive (and an obvious TakeThat at MarioKart.VideoGame/MarioKart.)



* Subverted in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. While the game itself is a standard, if a little goofy shooter, it's shown in the "Meet The Pyro" short that this is how the Pyro sees the world.

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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. While the game itself is a standard, if a little goofy shooter, it's shown in the "Meet The the Pyro" short that this is how the Pyro sees the world.



* The ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' games are infamous for being games that ''seem'' like this until you start to notice the little bits of EldritchAbomination and NightmareFuel scattered about, and then the final boss is always [[VileVillainSaccharineShow a refugee straight from Hell]].

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games are infamous for being games that ''seem'' like this until you start to notice the little bits of EldritchAbomination and NightmareFuel scattered about, and then the final boss is always [[VileVillainSaccharineShow a refugee straight from Hell]].
21st Dec '15 3:55:39 PM Quanyails
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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. While the game itself is a standard, if a little goofy shooter, it's shown in Meet The Pyro that this is how [[AmbiguousGender he/she/it]] sees the world.

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* Subverted in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. While the game itself is a standard, if a little goofy shooter, it's shown in Meet the "Meet The Pyro Pyro" short that this is how [[AmbiguousGender he/she/it]] the Pyro sees the world.
17th Nov '15 1:34:41 PM Yinyang107
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* '''Any''' title released for '''''early''' educational consoles'' like the ''[=VTech=] V-Smile'' (especially it's SpinOffBabies-riffic ''V-Smile Baby''), the original ''Franchise/LeapFrog Leapster'', and ''Sega Pico'' (and it's spinoff ''Advanced Pico Beena'') tend to be this. They also tend to use licensed cartooon characters to make up for it tho. '''Averted''' in ''some later games for educational consoles'': The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic game for the [=LeapPad Exporer=] had Discord, a extremely dangerous and competent villain, as the antagonist.

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* '''Any''' ''Any'' title released for '''''early''' early educational consoles'' consoles like the ''[=VTech=] V-Smile'' (especially it's SpinOffBabies-riffic ''V-Smile Baby''), the original ''Franchise/LeapFrog Leapster'', and ''Sega Pico'' (and it's spinoff ''Advanced Pico Beena'') tend to be this. They also tend to use licensed cartooon characters to make up for it tho. '''Averted''' though. Averted in ''some some later games for educational consoles'': consoles: The MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic game for the [=LeapPad Exporer=] had Discord, a extremely dangerous and competent villain, as the antagonist.
3rd Jun '15 1:32:23 AM Random888
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* Any video game made by Fisher-Price. This shouldn't be surprising considering their target market tends to be for children under five. Anything deemed "too scary, too questionable or too objectionable" is changed or removed. Also, their games are primarily {{Edutainment Game}}s, which this trope usually goes hand-in-hand with. [[note]]The games are also developed by Knowledge Adventure- the folks behind the JumpStart series of Edutainment titles.[[/note]]

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* Any video game made by Fisher-Price. This shouldn't be surprising considering their target market tends to be for children under five. Anything deemed "too scary, too questionable or too objectionable" is changed or removed. Also, their games are primarily {{Edutainment Game}}s, which this trope usually goes hand-in-hand with. [[note]]The games are also developed by Knowledge Adventure- the folks behind the JumpStart ''VideoGame/JumpStart'' series of Edutainment titles.[[/note]]



** Late 90's VideoGame/ReaderRabbit, especially ''Baby'', ''Toddler'', and ''Thinking Adventures''. ''Preschool'' through ''Second Grade'' are also this, albeit at a slightly lesser extent (in that you now have an ineffectual, bumbling villain named Spike the Porcupine to content with).
** Some VideoGame/JumpStart titles, those targeted at Kindergarteners or younger to be precise, also fits this trope.

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** Late 90's VideoGame/ReaderRabbit, ''VideoGame/ReaderRabbit'', especially ''Baby'', ''Toddler'', and ''Thinking Adventures''. ''Preschool'' through ''Second Grade'' are also this, albeit at a slightly lesser extent (in that you now have an ineffectual, bumbling villain named Spike the Porcupine to content with).
** Some VideoGame/JumpStart ''VideoGame/JumpStart'' titles, those targeted at Kindergarteners or younger to be precise, also fits this trope.
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