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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.]]
7th Jan '17 9:02:21 AM Lopiny
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* ''Videogame/SunlessSea'': The underwater port of Nook is actually the digestive system of some unknown, lamprey-looking leviathan whose odd physiology makes the water inside it breathable. Someone tore up its throat to make a port, people occasionally dwell in its mansion-sized teeth, and each "section" within this port is simply another part of the beast's anatomy.
4th Jan '17 1:24:22 PM GBAuraRebirth
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** ''X-Multiply'', by the same creator is composed ''entirely'' of Womb Levels because it takes place [[FantasticVoyagePlot inside a woman]] who is infected by a microscopic alien queen that previously killed off the others it infected.

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** ''X-Multiply'', by the same creator creators is composed ''entirely'' of Womb Levels because it takes place [[FantasticVoyagePlot inside a woman]] who is infected by a microscopic alien queen that previously killed off the others it infected.infected. What's interesting is that unlike other examples, the zones you travel in are completely twisted and alien-ish; there's rarely any sense you're flying through arteries, intestines or other organs (though one area briefly showed what appears to be villi).
25th Dec '16 1:24:59 AM dvorak
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* In Persian mythology, the universe is formed from the entrails of a dragon.
25th Nov '16 3:13:47 AM Mooncalf
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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.
22nd Nov '16 11:56:44 AM Superjustinbros
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* In the ''[[VideoGame/IceAge Ice Age: The Meltdown]]'' game, Scrat is eaten by Maelstrom. This did not happen in the movie. You start the level in the mouth, the enemies you face will be bacteria, you will encounter beating hearts in the digestive track for some reason. At the end of the level you face a parasite connected to what is presumed to be the anus. You have to throw pebbles at its eyeballs before time runs out in order to finish the level. Maelstrom will sneeze Scrat out after you beat this level.

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* In the ''[[VideoGame/IceAge Ice Age: The Meltdown]]'' game, Scrat is eaten by Maelstrom. This Maelstrom (This did not happen in the movie.movie). You start the level in the mouth, the enemies you face will be bacteria, you will encounter beating hearts in the digestive track for some reason. At the end of the level you face a parasite connected to what is presumed to be the anus. You have to throw pebbles at its eyeballs before time runs out in order to finish the level. Maelstrom will sneeze Scrat out after you beat this level.


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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.
31st Oct '16 6:56:02 AM longWriter
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* The last stage of the Turtle Zone ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'' is inside a whale.



** The last stage of the Turtle Zone ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'' is inside a whale.
23rd Oct '16 6:10:05 PM Zennistrad
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** And there's also [[spoiler: Kyle going inside the EldritchAbomination Cartman's been transformed into after his Trapper Kepper merges with him.]]* In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Sandy, [=SpongeBob=], and the Worm", Sandy thinks the Alaskan Bullworm's tongue is the worm itself, and the worm is a cave. She soon discovers she was wrong.

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** And there's also [[spoiler: Kyle going inside the EldritchAbomination Cartman's been transformed into after his Trapper Kepper merges with him.]]* ]]
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In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "Sandy, [=SpongeBob=], and the Worm", Sandy thinks the Alaskan Bullworm's tongue is the worm itself, and the worm is a cave. She soon discovers she was wrong.
18th Oct '16 11:56:29 AM MyFinalEdits
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* The ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}'' games, starting with the arcade original, usually feature a womb level at the end of each game after the usual series of seemingly normal military bases and jungles. The few aversions of this trope are usually in games like ''Operation C'' and ''Contra: Hard Corps'', in which the {{Big Bad}}s are not actually aliens, but other humans who are using cloning technology to create alien-based weapons.
** This trope wasn't averted at all in those two games. Even though they aren't the very last levels, they're still there.
** The second arcade game's fourth stage has pulsating red and blue blood vessels along the walls.
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'' has a level in which you must "carve your way out of the Leviathan's womb", despite the fact it ''ate'' you. Given that the game names each room you enter (you start in "Leviathan's Stomach", for example), and ''none'' have anything to do with reproductive systems, one can assume they're being poetic. After you defeat Leviathan's Heart, [[spoiler:Dante makes his way through its body to the head and cuts his way out of the eye to start off the next level.]]
** Likewise, in the first game the underworld had the appearance of the innards of a giant creature, but it wasn't (hopefully)...

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}'' games, starting with the arcade original, usually feature a womb level at the end of each game after the usual series of seemingly normal military bases and jungles. The few aversions of this trope are usually in games like ''Operation C'' and ''Contra: Hard Corps'', in which the {{Big Bad}}s are not actually aliens, but other humans who are using cloning technology to create alien-based weapons.
** This trope wasn't averted at all in those two games. Even though they aren't the very last levels, they're still there.
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weapons. The second arcade game's fourth stage has pulsating red and blue blood vessels along the walls.
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry 3'' ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'':
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has a level in which you must "carve your way out of the Leviathan's womb", despite the fact it ''ate'' you. Given that the game names each room you enter (you start in "Leviathan's Stomach", for example), and ''none'' have anything to do with reproductive systems, one can assume they're being poetic. After you defeat Leviathan's Heart, [[spoiler:Dante makes his way through its body to the head and cuts his way out of the eye to start off the next level.]]
** Likewise, in In the first game the underworld had has the appearance of the innards of a giant creature, but it wasn't (hopefully)...isn't (hopefully).



*** Actually, that shouldn't be so surprising, considering that the Savior "holds a millennia of demonic matter and spirit melded together." In other words, it is made from demon ''flesh''.



* One level of ''VideoGame/GodOfWar 2'' has our sociopathic hero Kratos traveling in and around the Titan Atlas. Of course, seeing as he's made mostly out of rock and lava, it doesn't really ''feel'' like a Womb Level.

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* ''VideoGame/GodOfWar'':
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One level of ''VideoGame/GodOfWar 2'' ''2'' has our sociopathic hero Kratos traveling in and around the Titan Atlas. Of course, seeing as he's made mostly out of rock and lava, it doesn't really ''feel'' like a Womb Level.



* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' and ''VideoGame/{{The Legend of Zelda Oracle|Games}} of Ages'' have dungeons taking place inside the enormous Jabu-Jabu's belly. Also in ''Ocarina of Time'', the Great Deku Tree is a botanical variant.
* The Impact Crater at the end of ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' has suspiciously fleshy surfaces, and platforms in one room look like giant, misplaced teeth. Relatedly, the Leviathans in ''Metroid Prime 3'' are destroyed by crawling into their "mouths" and searching for a gigantic eye inside their bodies. Plus, a ship used late in the game has the cockpit INSIDE ITS BRAIN CAVITY, with eyes staring at you from all directions. Inside its head. [[spoiler:Phaaze]] later on is basically a [[spoiler: [[GeniusLoci planet-sized]]]] Womb Level.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' and ''VideoGame/{{The Legend ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames Oracle of Zelda Oracle|Games}} of Ages'' Ages]]'' have dungeons taking place inside the enormous Jabu-Jabu's belly. Also in ''Ocarina of Time'', the Great Deku Tree is a botanical variant.
* The Impact Crater at the end of ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' has suspiciously fleshy surfaces, and platforms in one room look like giant, misplaced teeth. Relatedly, the Leviathans in ''Metroid Prime 3'' ''Videogame/MetroidPrime3Corruption'' are destroyed by crawling into their "mouths" and searching for a gigantic eye inside their bodies. Plus, a ship used late in the game has the cockpit INSIDE ITS BRAIN CAVITY, with eyes staring at you from all directions. Inside its head. [[spoiler:Phaaze]] [[spoiler:Phaaze later on is basically a [[spoiler: [[GeniusLoci planet-sized]]]] planet-sized]] Womb Level.Level]].



* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' had second-to-last level "[[ExactWords In the Flesh]]" take place inside a monster . Its elevator-and-switch-based biology allowed it to stay alive for centuries, feeding only on zombies, gargoyles and robed cultists.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' had ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'':
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second-to-last level "[[ExactWords In the Flesh]]" take takes place inside a monster . Its elevator-and-switch-based biology allowed allows it to stay alive for centuries, feeding only on zombies, gargoyles and robed cultists.



* Happens surprisingly often in the ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' series, culprits including Clanker the partially-mechanical shark, a giant turtle named Tanktup, an overgrown fish, and a "Chompasaurus" plagued with stomach ulcers.

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* Happens surprisingly often in the ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' series, culprits including Clanker the partially-mechanical shark, shark and a giant turtle named Tanktup, Tanktup in the first game, as well as an overgrown fish, fish and a "Chompasaurus" plagued with stomach ulcers.ulcers in the second game.



* The first episode of ''VideoGame/CosmosCosmicAdventure'' ends with Cosmo being swallowed alive by a giant alien as a cliffhanger. The first level of the second episode takes place inside of the alien.

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* The first episode of ''VideoGame/CosmosCosmicAdventure'' ends with Cosmo being swallowed alive by a giant alien as a cliffhanger. The first second level of the second episode takes place inside the alien (the first level is simply a rewind of the alien.first episode's cliffhanger). In the third episode, Cosmo willingly enters inside another alien at the end of the first level, and explores it in the second.
18th Oct '16 11:47:01 AM MyFinalEdits
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* Not that it was easy to tell from the horrible graphics but the original ''X-Men'' game for the NES had a couple of levels inexplicably inside a giant space whale. In the comics these were used as starships by the alien Brood.
* Most recent RPG Maker versions have tilesets designed for these.

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* Not that it was easy to tell from the horrible graphics but the The original ''X-Men'' game for the NES had has a couple of levels inexplicably inside a giant space whale. In the comics these were used as starships by the alien Brood.
* Most recent RPG Maker ''RPG Maker'' versions have tilesets designed for these.
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