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5th Jul '16 4:56:31 PM nombretomado
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* The more peaceful areas in AmericanMcGeesAlice have some aspect of this.

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* The more peaceful areas in AmericanMcGeesAlice ''VideoGame/AmericanMcGeesAlice'' have some aspect of this.
29th Jun '16 2:06:27 AM PeppermintTwist
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* Nowhere Land in ''WesternAnimation/MaggieAndTheFerociousBeast'' is a silly, silly place not unlike something out of a child's make-believe games.
24th Jun '16 5:46:44 PM nombretomado
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-->--Gogo Dodo, ''TinyToonAdventures'' episode "The Looney Beginning"

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-->--Gogo Dodo, ''TinyToonAdventures'' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' episode "The Looney Beginning"



** Wackyland was a major part of ''TinyToonAdventures'', as well. Gogo Dodo was from there, and it seemed to be comprised largely of surreal, Dali-like imagery and free-floating objects that obeyed no laws of standard physics. It's even illegal to say the words "self-control".

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** Wackyland was a major part of ''TinyToonAdventures'', ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', as well. Gogo Dodo was from there, and it seemed to be comprised largely of surreal, Dali-like imagery and free-floating objects that obeyed no laws of standard physics. It's even illegal to say the words "self-control".
9th May '16 10:18:42 AM Willbyr
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* In ''[[{{Digimon}} Digimon]]'s'' [[AlternateContinuity various incarnations]] the [[{{Cyberspace}} Digital World]] often veers into this; having had everything from [[ToyTime towns made of toys]] to meat that grows like plants, to hundreds of non-sequitur spouting phone booths sitting on a beach for no clear reason, and even stranger things. Justified by the fact that the Digital World runs on video game logic and the Digimon themselves are sentient [[MechanicalLifeforms computer programs]].

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* In ''[[{{Digimon}} Digimon]]'s'' ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'s'' [[AlternateContinuity various incarnations]] the [[{{Cyberspace}} Digital World]] often veers into this; having had everything from [[ToyTime towns made of toys]] to meat that grows like plants, to hundreds of non-sequitur spouting phone booths sitting on a beach for no clear reason, and even stranger things. Justified by the fact that the Digital World runs on video game logic and the Digimon themselves are sentient [[MechanicalLifeforms computer programs]].
4th Jan '16 6:57:28 AM case
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See also {{Cloudcuckooland}}.

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See also {{Cloudcuckooland}}.
{{Cloudcuckooland}}. If wackiness can be turned on or off, that's a SillinessSwitch.
17th Oct '15 7:33:19 PM nombretomado
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-->--''{{Porky in|Wackyland}} [[TropeNamer Wackyland]]''

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-->--''{{Porky -->--''WesternAnimation/{{Porky in|Wackyland}} [[TropeNamer Wackyland]]''
29th May '15 6:30:58 PM Prfnoff
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* Wackyland became a level in the first ''Tiny Toon Adventures'' video game for the NES, however.

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* Wackyland became a level in the first ''Tiny Toon Adventures'' video game ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' LicensedGame for the NES, however.NES.



* The special stages throughout the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' games fit this trope, usually using completely different mechanics from the rest of the game, and set in places like checkboard microplanets and half-pipes in space.

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* The special stages throughout the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' games fit this trope, usually using completely different mechanics from the rest of the game, and set in places like checkboard microplanets and half-pipes in space.



* ''Robocod'' was composed entirely of this.

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* ''Robocod'' ''VideoGame/JamesPond 2: Robocod'' was composed entirely of this.



* Cloudcuckooland in ''[[VideoGame/{{Banjo-Kazooie}} Banjo-Tooie]]''.

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* Cloudcuckooland in ''[[VideoGame/{{Banjo-Kazooie}} ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo-Tooie]]''.



* ''NightsIntoDreams'' is set in Nightopia, pretty much a textbook {{Wackyland}}.

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* ''NightsIntoDreams'' ''VideoGame/NightsIntoDreams'' is set in Nightopia, pretty much a textbook {{Wackyland}}.



* The EasterEgg level "Out of This Dimension" in the original ''VideoGame/StarFox'' was full of paper airplanes and other bizarrities, and the final boss was a Slot Machine. And then you are stuck flying and shooting at the credits and thus, you must reset the game.
* The whole Earth is like this in ''TonicTrouble''. Let's just say that a snowy mountain covered with palmtrees is the ''least'' bizarre environment in the game.

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* The EasterEgg level "Out of This Dimension" in the original ''VideoGame/StarFox'' ''VideoGame/StarFox1'' was full of paper airplanes and other bizarrities, and the final boss was a Slot Machine. And then you are stuck flying and shooting at the credits and thus, you must reset the game.
* The whole Earth is like this in ''TonicTrouble''.''VideoGame/TonicTrouble''. Let's just say that a snowy mountain covered with palmtrees is the ''least'' bizarre environment in the game.
27th May '15 12:19:59 PM MissConception
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* Magicant, [[Administrivia/RenamedTropes the former trope namer]], from ''VideoGame/{{EarthBound}}'' is a surreal world made up of [[spoiler:Ness's subconscious]]. There's also a Magicant in its prequel, ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER|1}}''. This one is, in fact, [[spoiler:a world created by the protagonist's supposedly long-dead great-grandmother because her soul was at unrest until the protagonist sought out and sung her own forgotten lullaby, and thus all of Magicant vanishes as she finally finishes passing away.]]

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* Magicant, [[Administrivia/RenamedTropes Magicant ([[Administrivia/RenamedTropes the former trope namer]], namer]]), from ''VideoGame/{{EarthBound}}'' ''VideoGame/{{EarthBound}}'', is a surreal world made up of [[spoiler:Ness's subconscious]]. There's also a Magicant in its prequel, ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER|1}}''. This one is, in fact, [[spoiler:a world created by the protagonist's supposedly long-dead great-grandmother because her soul was at unrest until the protagonist sought out and sung her own forgotten lullaby, and thus all of Magicant vanishes as she finally finishes passing away.]]
27th May '15 12:18:38 PM MissConception
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* Magicant, [[Administrivia/RenamedTropes the former trope namer]], from ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' is a surreal world made up of [[spoiler:Ness's subconscious]]. There's also a Magicant in ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER|1}}''. This one is, in fact, [[spoiler:a world created by the protagonist's dead great-grandmother because she couldn't understand she was dead until the protagonist sings her a lullaby, and thus all of Magicant is destroyed as she finally finishes dying.]]
** Moonside from ''Earthbound'' qualifies as well. [[spoiler:It's also a hallucination brought on by the Mani-Mani Statue.]]

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* Magicant, [[Administrivia/RenamedTropes the former trope namer]], from ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' ''VideoGame/{{EarthBound}}'' is a surreal world made up of [[spoiler:Ness's subconscious]]. There's also a Magicant in its prequel, ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER|1}}''. This one is, in fact, [[spoiler:a world created by the protagonist's dead supposedly long-dead great-grandmother because she couldn't understand she her soul was dead at unrest until the protagonist sings sought out and sung her a own forgotten lullaby, and thus all of Magicant is destroyed vanishes as she finally finishes dying.passing away.]]
** Moonside from ''Earthbound'' ''[=EarthBound=]'' qualifies as well. [[spoiler:It's also a hallucination brought on by the Mani-Mani Mani Mani Statue.]]
22nd Apr '15 4:55:30 PM Galacton
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* In ''[[{{Digimon}} Digimon]]'s'' [[AlternateContinuity various incarnations]] the [[{{Cyberspace}} Digital World]] often veers into this and has had everything from [[ToyTime towns made of toys]] to meat that grows like plants to [[ParanoiaFuel hundreds of abandoned phone booths sitting on the beach for no clear reason, none of which actually work]] and even stranger things. Justified by the fact that Digimon are sentient [[MechanicalLifeforms computer programs]] and everything in their world is formed from computer data.

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* In ''[[{{Digimon}} Digimon]]'s'' [[AlternateContinuity various incarnations]] the [[{{Cyberspace}} Digital World]] often veers into this and has this; having had everything from [[ToyTime towns made of toys]] to meat that grows like plants plants, to [[ParanoiaFuel hundreds of abandoned non-sequitur spouting phone booths sitting on the a beach for no clear reason, none of which actually work]] and even stranger things. Justified by the fact that the Digital World runs on video game logic and the Digimon themselves are sentient [[MechanicalLifeforms computer programs]] and everything in their world is formed from computer data.
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