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12th Apr '18 12:22:26 AM BeeKirbysNewComputer
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* ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' has this [[spoiler: for its final boss, Void Termina]]. Kirby and company must alternate between attacking it on the outside with the Star Allies Sparkler to knock off its head, then enter its body to attack its core on-foot. The appearance of its insides are a nod to Dark Star from Kirby 64, largely consisting of the same hexagonal cell-like tiles but considerably more organic in appearance, with the (Initially) heart-like core being supported by fleshy, tendon-like structures [[spoiler: and the unconscious [[BigBad Hyness]] and his minions creepily strung up alongside it.]]

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* ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' has this [[spoiler: for its final boss, Void Termina]]. Kirby and company must alternate between attacking it on the outside with the Star Allies Sparkler to knock off its head, then enter its body to attack its core on-foot. The appearance of its insides are a nod to Dark Star from Kirby 64, largely consisting of the same hexagonal cell-like tiles but considerably more organic in appearance, with the (Initially) (initially) heart-like core being supported by fleshy, tendon-like structures [[spoiler: and the unconscious [[BigBad Hyness]] and his minions creepily strung up alongside it.]]



* ''VideoGame/LocoRoco'' finished each world with a pink, squishy stage where you were swallowed by an animal and came out the other end -- this included a frog, a penguin, and a gigantic Moja.

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* Every world in ''VideoGame/LocoRoco'' finished each world with a pink, squishy stage where has you were get swallowed by an animal and came out a giant beast at some point, with the goal being not too far from its...other end -- end. [[spoiler:The final boss is also a womb level, though this included a frog, a penguin, and a gigantic Moja. time you're actively trying to destroy parts of the body you're inside.]]
12th Apr '18 12:09:46 AM BeeKirbysNewComputer
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* The Meat Circus in ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}''.



* The final episode of ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse]]'' takes place inside the body of [[spoiler:monster]] Max.

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* The final episode of ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse]]'' takes place inside the body of [[spoiler:monster]] Max.Max, though the inside of his body is a lot less "flesh and bone" and more "kitschy 50's household".
28th Mar '18 10:47:16 PM Superjustinbros
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** In ''Door to Phantomile'' (and its remake for the Wii, just simply titled "Klonoa"), the final boss is a giant slug/frog-like beast named Nahatomb that shoots enemies out the cannon-like hole on its back (perhaps a strangely-designed and placed anus?) that you must throw into your friends' cannons so they can blast him. Once they do, it eats you and everything else, so the rest of the battle continues inside its body.

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** In ''Door to Phantomile'' (and its remake for the Wii, just simply titled "Klonoa"), the final boss is a giant slug/frog-like beast named Nahatomb that shoots enemies out the cannon-like hole on its back (perhaps a strangely-designed and placed anus?) that you must throw into your friends' cannons so they can blast him. Once they do, it eats you and everything else, so the rest second phase of the battle continues inside its body.body. Thankfully, the innards of Nahatomb look more like an EldritchLocation than an actual stomach.
28th Mar '18 4:55:21 AM Rakurai
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* ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' has this [[spoiler: for its final boss, Void Termina]]. Kirby and company must alternate between attacking it on the outside with the Star Allies Sparkler to knock off its head, then enter its body to attack its core on-foot. The appearance of its insides are a CallBack to Dark Star from Kirby 64, largely consisting of the same hexagonal cell-like tiles but considerably more organic in appearance, with the (Initially) heart-like core being supported by fleshy, tendon-like structures [[spoiler: and the unconscious [[BigBad Hyness]] and his minions creepily strung up alongside it.]]

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* ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' has this [[spoiler: for its final boss, Void Termina]]. Kirby and company must alternate between attacking it on the outside with the Star Allies Sparkler to knock off its head, then enter its body to attack its core on-foot. The appearance of its insides are a CallBack nod to Dark Star from Kirby 64, largely consisting of the same hexagonal cell-like tiles but considerably more organic in appearance, with the (Initially) heart-like core being supported by fleshy, tendon-like structures [[spoiler: and the unconscious [[BigBad Hyness]] and his minions creepily strung up alongside it.]]
28th Mar '18 4:52:38 AM Rakurai
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* ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' has this [[spoiler: for its final boss, Void Termina]]. Kirby and company must alternate between attacking it on the outside with the Star Allies Sparkler to knock off its head, then enter its body to attack its core on-foot. The appearance of its insides are a CallBack to Dark Star from Kirby 64, largely consisting of the same hexagonal cell-like tiles but considerably more organic in appearance, with the (Initially) heart-like core being supported by fleshy, tendon-like structures [[spoiler: and the unconscious [[BigBad Hyness]] and his minions creepily strung up alongside it.]]
7th Mar '18 8:23:13 AM nombretomado
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** An episode of ''Series/UltraSeven'' has the titular superhero fighting a microscopic vampiric alien parasite named Darii (or Dally, [[SpellMyNameWithAnS it depends]]). He battles it inside of a sedated girl whom Darii is possessing. This fight is also included as a stage and level in the ''Ultra Seven'' LicensedGame for the SuperFamicom.

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** An episode of ''Series/UltraSeven'' has the titular superhero fighting a microscopic vampiric alien parasite named Darii (or Dally, [[SpellMyNameWithAnS it depends]]). He battles it inside of a sedated girl whom Darii is possessing. This fight is also included as a stage and level in the ''Ultra Seven'' LicensedGame for the SuperFamicom.UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom.
4th Mar '18 8:36:06 AM lorgskyegon
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** Malagarde the Hag Countess was formerly the ruler of Malbolge, the sixth Layer of Hell. Now she '''''is''''' the sixth Layer, having been turned into it when Asmodeus installed his daughter as the new ruler.
4th Feb '18 11:04:42 PM Wyvernil
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* The Crimson biome from ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' appears to be this; its chasms resemble giant organs, and its grass appears to be made from MeatMoss. Certain crafting stations allow you to create flesh blocks, which can be made into fleshy organ-shaped furniture. So, if you so choose, you can make a castle out of meat.
3rd Feb '18 1:18:35 PM nombretomado
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* When engulfed in ''NetHack'' you well be taken into a one space area with the walls being the enemy who engulfed you.

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* When engulfed in ''NetHack'' ''VideoGame/NetHack'' you well be taken into a one space area with the walls being the enemy who engulfed you.
14th Jan '18 9:53:57 PM Rabukurafuto
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* ''House of Flesh'', a fictional ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}''-like video game based entirely on the trope, is being programed by the male protagonist of the horror novel ''The Golem''. The author, Edward Lee, appears to have not known how common the trope really is, referring to it as an "utterly new graphical environment". Enemy "Fungiforms" would infect areas to prevent healing, and the levels (Dermatropolis, Tumor Town, Viralville, the Labyrinth of Leprosy, etc.) sound similar to settings in Lee's earlier novels about Hell.


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* ''Golemesque'' has ''House of Flesh'', a fictional ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}''-like video game based entirely on the trope being programmed by the male protagonist. The author, Edward Lee, appears to have not known how common the trope really is, referring to it as an "utterly new graphical environment". Enemy "Fungiforms" would infect areas to prevent healing, and the levels (Dermatropolis, Tumor Town, Viralville, the Labyrinth of Leprosy, etc.) sound similar to settings in Lee's earlier novels about Hell.
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