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12th Jul '17 6:52:48 AM jormis29
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* During beta,''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'' had "Tentacle" planets composed almost entirely of flesh, viscera and bodily fluids, the implication being that some kind of abomination had essentially eaten the planet and made it its body. The full release removed them but [[spoiler:made the final boss, The Ruin, this]]. Flesh biomes can still be found on some planets, both above and below ground; these places are made of quivering raw flesh in lieu of soil and stone, and home to beasts like the Hemogoblins. The large-scale mod ''VideoGameFrackinUniverse'' returns the tentacle worlds in the form of "Atropus planets", which are if anything even worse.

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* During beta,''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'' had "Tentacle" planets composed almost entirely of flesh, viscera and bodily fluids, the implication being that some kind of abomination had essentially eaten the planet and made it its body. The full release removed them but [[spoiler:made the final boss, The Ruin, this]]. Flesh biomes can still be found on some planets, both above and below ground; these places are made of quivering raw flesh in lieu of soil and stone, and home to beasts like the Hemogoblins. The large-scale mod ''VideoGameFrackinUniverse'' ''VideoGame/FrackinUniverse'' returns the tentacle worlds in the form of "Atropus planets", which are if anything even worse.
12th Jul '17 6:52:06 AM jormis29
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* During beta,''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'' had "Tentacle" planets composed almost entirely of flesh, viscera and bodily fluids, the implication being that some kind of abomination had essentially eaten the planet and made it its body. The full release removed them but [[spoiler:made the final boss, The Ruin, this]]. Flesh biomes can still be found on some planets, both above and below ground; these places are made of quivering raw flesh in lieu of soil and stone, and home to beasts like the Hemogoblins. The large-scale mod "Frackin Universe" returns the tentacle worlds in the form of "Atropus planets", which are if anything even worse.

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* During beta,''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'' had "Tentacle" planets composed almost entirely of flesh, viscera and bodily fluids, the implication being that some kind of abomination had essentially eaten the planet and made it its body. The full release removed them but [[spoiler:made the final boss, The Ruin, this]]. Flesh biomes can still be found on some planets, both above and below ground; these places are made of quivering raw flesh in lieu of soil and stone, and home to beasts like the Hemogoblins. The large-scale mod "Frackin Universe" ''VideoGameFrackinUniverse'' returns the tentacle worlds in the form of "Atropus planets", which are if anything even worse.
25th May '17 3:35:20 PM DemoralizedAnt
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* ''VideoGame/Dungeons&DragonsOnline'' has the quest "Belly of the Beast", which takes place in the guts of a giant Purple Worm.
15th May '17 1:57:15 PM Superjustinbros
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* The puzzle game ''Super Gussun Oyoyo'' features one for its final ten (secret) levels, taking place inside a {{King Mook}}. Succeeding shows Gussun and/or Oyoyo escaping through the digestive tract (while not shown, the dialogue and sound effects hint at this) and being transformed into {{Talking Poo}}, unable to reunite with Emily, their female companion.



* The puzzle game ''Super Gussun Oyoyo'' features one for its final ten (secret) levels, taking place inside a {{King Mook}}. Succeeding shows Gussun and/or Oyoyo escaping through the digestive tract (while not shown, the dialogue and sound effects hint at this) and being transformed into {{Talking Poo}}, unable to reunite with Emily, their female companion.
15th May '17 1:56:43 PM Superjustinbros
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* The entirety of ''Slime-San'': The title character is swallowed by a giant worm and must platform through a variety of fleshy tunnels and fight bosses that wouldn't look out of place in ''Videogame/{{Abadox}}'' to escape digestion. There's also full-sized towns filled with survivors living inside the beast's body.



* The entirety of ''Slime-San'': The title character is swallowed by a giant worm and must platform through a variety of fleshy tunnels and fight bosses that wouldn't look out of place in ''Videogame/{{Abadox}}'' to escape digestion. There's also full-sized towns filled with survivors living inside the beast's body.
8th Apr '17 11:59:45 PM TrollMan
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* In the fourth episode of the Creator/AdultSwim revival season, Jack is swallowed by a colossal worm-like beast so massive that he's about the same size as one of its cells. Of course, [[ContinuityNod he mentions that this experience is nothing new to him at this point]].

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* ** In the fourth episode of the Creator/AdultSwim revival season, Jack is swallowed by a colossal worm-like beast so massive that he's about the same size as one of its cells. Of course, [[ContinuityNod he mentions that this experience is nothing new to him at this point]].
8th Apr '17 11:59:01 PM TrollMan
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', Jack had to cure a dragon that is suffering from an mysterious ailment. Somehow, the dragon is ''enormously'' BiggerOnTheInside and is filled with all the hazards you'd expect see in a video game level.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack''
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In "Jack and the ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', Farting Dragon". Jack had to cure a dragon that is suffering from an mysterious ailment. Somehow, the dragon is ''enormously'' BiggerOnTheInside and is filled with all the hazards you'd expect see in a video game level.level.
* In the fourth episode of the Creator/AdultSwim revival season, Jack is swallowed by a colossal worm-like beast so massive that he's about the same size as one of its cells. Of course, [[ContinuityNod he mentions that this experience is nothing new to him at this point]].
1st Apr '17 11:15:44 PM LightningPrincess
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* VideoGame/TormentTidesOfNumenera features The Bloom in the last third of the game which is a massive trans dimensional biomass with maws that devour it's residents but open portals to distant worlds.
31st Mar '17 10:01:05 AM Calllack
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When not dealing with the alien bio-goo, this is similar to a FantasticVoyagePlot. The usual difference is tone and intent. A FantasticVoyagePlot is typically voluntary, and involves going into somebody's body to ''do'' something to it. A WombLevel rarely provides more than a different ambiance and setting for the same sort of experience that is otherwise typical.

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When not dealing with the alien bio-goo, this is similar to a FantasticVoyagePlot. The usual difference is tone and intent. A FantasticVoyagePlot is typically voluntary, and involves going into somebody's body to ''do'' something to it. A WombLevel Womb Level rarely provides more than a different ambiance and setting for the same sort of experience that is otherwise typical.
9th Jan '17 8:28:09 PM Sammettik
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** One of the (randomly selected) questions in the trivia game show at the end of the level asks you to name Doc Duodenum's favorite cheese. [[spoiler: It's Camembert.]]
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