History VideoGame / ChexQuest

13th Apr '18 12:07:17 PM Pichu-kun
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* AdvertisementGame: For Chex cereal.
5th Feb '18 9:38:03 AM schoolmann
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Probably because it was included with breakfast cereal, the game documentation made a big deal of the fact that it was ''not'' a violent game, because of the BloodlessCarnage gameplay (As above, Flemoids don't ''die'', they're just sent back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed".) This was merely a matter of documentation interpretation, and using green slime instead of red blood.
12th Jan '18 9:28:54 AM Beed28
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* BloodlessCarnage: Flemoids don't ''die'', they're just sent back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed"[[labelnote:*]]that is, the player character is no longer able to move[[/labelnote]].
** Bloodily averted when you load the Chex Quest and Brutal Doom mods together.

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* BloodlessCarnage: Flemoids don't ''die'', they're just sent back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed"[[labelnote:*]]that is, the player character is no longer able to move[[/labelnote]].
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move[[/labelnote]]. Bloodily averted when you load the Chex Quest ''Chex Quest'' and Brutal Doom ''Brutal Doom'' mods together.



* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Ralston, the Cereal homeworld, appears to be this for Earth, complete with its own. Bazoik bears some similarity to Mars.

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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: FantasyCounterpartCulture:
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Ralston, the Cereal homeworld, appears to be this for Earth, complete with its own. Bazoik bears some similarity to Mars.



** LocomotiveLevel: The last part is set aboard the Chex Metro.
* FightingForAHomeland: In ''Chex Quest 2'', the Flemoids have invaded Chex Warrior's home planet.

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* FightingForAHomeland:
** LocomotiveLevel: The last part is set aboard the Chex Metro.
* FightingForAHomeland:
In ''Chex Quest 2'', the Flemoids have invaded Chex Warrior's home planet.



* HyperactiveMetabolism: Glasses of water (1%), bowls of fruit (10%)/vegetables (25%) and the supercharge breakfast (100%) all restore your health, de-sliming you instantly. Water and breakfast can also go over the 100% limit, up to 200%, just like their ''Doom'' counterparts (health bonus/soul sphere).

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* HyperactiveMetabolism: HyperactiveMetabolism:
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Glasses of water (1%), bowls of fruit (10%)/vegetables (25%) and the supercharge breakfast (100%) all restore your health, de-sliming you instantly. Water and breakfast can also go over the 100% limit, up to 200%, just like their ''Doom'' counterparts (health bonus/soul sphere).



* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Chex Warrior carries around a ''bootspoon'' which, as the name implies, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin is a spoon]]. It can be upgraded to a ''Super BootSpork'', an analogue to VideoGame/{{Doom}}'s chainsaw.

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Chex Warrior carries around a ''bootspoon'' which, as the name implies, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin is a spoon]]. It can be upgraded to a ''Super BootSpork'', an analogue to VideoGame/{{Doom}}'s ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'''s chainsaw.



* MilestoneCelebration: ''Chex Quest 3'', released 10 years after the first.
** ''Chex Quest HD''[[labelnote:*]]working title[[/labelnote]] is set to be released 20 years after the first.

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* MilestoneCelebration: ''Chex Quest 3'', released 10 years after LocomotiveLevel: The last part of [=E3M2=] set aboard the first.
** ''Chex Quest HD''[[labelnote:*]]working title[[/labelnote]] is set to be released 20 years after the first.
Chex Metro.



** BlandNameProduct: The arcade machines similarly reference PacMan and Asteroids in all but name.

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** BlandNameProduct: The arcade machines similarly reference PacMan ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and Asteroids ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' in all but name.
10th Dec '17 6:58:16 AM Nitramy
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** Bloodily averted when you load the Chex Quest and Brutal Doom mods together.
2nd Aug '17 11:33:39 PM wingedcatgirl
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There was to be a ''Chex Quest 3'' released shortly afterwards, but it was cancelled.[[labelnote:*]]According to Jacobi in a 2012 interview, [[http://levelsave.com/interview-with-chex-quest-team-member-charles-jacobi/ this was never the case]].[[/labelnote]] However, in September 2008, more than a decade after ''Chex Quest 2'''s release, former Digital Cafe employees Charles "Chukker" Jacobi and Scott Holman got together, created a new five-map campaign, and released it for free.

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There was to be a were rumors of an impending ''Chex Quest 3'' released shortly afterwards, 3'', but it was cancelled.[[labelnote:*]]According no such thing ever came to Jacobi in a 2012 interview, [[http://levelsave.com/interview-with-chex-quest-team-member-charles-jacobi/ this was never the case]].[[/labelnote]] However, in light... until September 2008, more than a decade after ''Chex Quest 2'''s release, when former Digital Cafe employees Charles "Chukker" Jacobi and Scott Holman got together, created a new five-map campaign, and released it for free.
23rd Dec '16 4:52:11 PM Gosicrystal
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* AbortedArc: The reconstructed website contains references to an intro and ending for ''Chex Quest 2'', but they appear to be LostForever.

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* AbortedArc: The reconstructed website contains references to an intro and ending for ''Chex Quest 2'', but they appear to be LostForever.lost forever.
24th Apr '16 7:18:12 PM BlueSatoshi
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There was to be a ''Chex Quest 3'' released shortly afterwards, but it was cancelled. However, in September 2008, more than a decade after ''Chex Quest 2'''s release, former Digital Cafe employees Charles Jacobi and Scott Holman got together, created a new five-map campaign, and released it for free.

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There was to be a ''Chex Quest 3'' released shortly afterwards, but it was cancelled. [[labelnote:*]]According to Jacobi in a 2012 interview, [[http://levelsave.com/interview-with-chex-quest-team-member-charles-jacobi/ this was never the case]].[[/labelnote]] However, in September 2008, more than a decade after ''Chex Quest 2'''s release, former Digital Cafe employees Charles "Chukker" Jacobi and Scott Holman got together, created a new five-map campaign, and released it for free.



On April 18, 2016, nearly a decade after Chex Quest 3 was released, Chukker announced [[http://www.chexquest.org/index.php?topic=5307.0 a remake of the first game in Unreal Engine 4 was in the works]].




* {{BFG}}: The LAZ (Large Area Zorcher) Device. Incidentally, given that every weapon is just a reskin of a ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' one, it is functionally identical to the TropeNamer, the [=BFG9000=].
* BloodlessCarnage: Flemoids never "die" really, but rather your weapons send them back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed" (that is, the player character is no longer able to move).
* DevelopersRoom: There's a secret room in one of the levels ([=E1M2=]) that has photos of the dev team on the walls.

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\n* AbortedArc: The reconstructed website contains references to an intro and ending for ''Chex Quest 2'', but they appear to be LostForever.
* AllThereInTheManual: The now defunct Chex Quest website contains background information on the characters and setting.
** The initial Flemoid outbreak was the result of a lab experiment GoneHorriblyWrong. The scientist from the intro, Dr. Crispinbowl, was the only one to escape.
** The councilwoman, Admiral Wheet, founded the Nutritional Development Center[[labelnote:*]]as seen in [=E1M1=][[/labelnote]] on Bazoik [[ImprobableAge at the age of 7]].
* BackForTheFinale: The characters from the intro make a brief cameo in the ending.
* {{BFG}}: The LAZ (Large LAZ[[labelnote:*]]Large Area Zorcher) Zorcher[[/labelnote]] Device. Incidentally, given that every weapon is just a reskin of a ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' one, it is functionally identical to the TropeNamer, the [=BFG9000=].
* BloodlessCarnage: Flemoids never "die" really, but rather your weapons send them don't ''die'', they're just sent back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed" (that "slimed"[[labelnote:*]]that is, the player character is no longer able to move).
move[[/labelnote]].
* CanisLatinicus: The Flemoids generally follow this naming convention.
* CompilationRerelease: ''Chex Quest 3'' comes with slightly polished versions of the first two games.
* DevelopersRoom: There's a secret A hidden room in one of the levels ([=E1M2=]) that has contains photos of the dev team on the walls.and a LAZ Device.



* TheFederation: the multi-cereal species organization that sends the Chex Warrior to fight the Flemoids.

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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: Ralston, the Cereal homeworld, appears to be this for Earth, complete with its own. Bazoik bears some similarity to Mars.
** The IFC was founded ~200 years ago[[labelnote:*]]Chex Quest 1 and 2 appear to be set around 220X[[/labelnote]] at the resolution of the [[SpaceColdWar Cold Cereal Wars]].
* TheFederation: the multi-cereal species organization that sends The Intergalactic Federation of Cereals (IFC), from whom the Chex Warrior to fight hails.
* FictionalUnitedNations: [=E3M2=], United Cereals.
** LocomotiveLevel: The last part is set aboard
the Flemoids.Chex Metro.



* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Flemoid larvae are depicted much smaller in the intro than they are in-game.



* ImmuneToBullets: Conventional weapons seem to have no effect on Flemoids, as told in the opening cinematic.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Chex Warrior carries around a "bootspoon", which is, you guessed it, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a spoon]]. It can be upgraded to a "Super Boot Spork", an equivalent to VideoGame/{{Doom}}'s chainsaw.

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** According to the intro and website, Flemoid larvae can mature in seconds from as little as a single drop of milk.
* ImmuneToBullets: Conventional weapons seem to have no effect on Flemoids, as told in the opening cinematic.
cinematic.[[labelnote:*]]Their slimy constitution likely allows them [[FridgeBrilliance to absorb any impact damage]].[[/labelnote]]
* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Chex Warrior carries around a "bootspoon", which is, you guessed it, ''bootspoon'' which, as the name implies, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin is a spoon]]. It can be upgraded to a "Super Boot Spork", ''Super BootSpork'', an equivalent analogue to VideoGame/{{Doom}}'s chainsaw.chainsaw.
* JumpedAtTheCall: The Chex Warrior.


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* MilestoneCelebration: ''Chex Quest 3'', released 10 years after the first.
**''Chex Quest HD''[[labelnote:*]]working title[[/labelnote]] is set to be released 20 years after the first.


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* PlanetLooters: The Flemoids are implied to be this.
* SequelEscalation: ''Chex Quest 3'' has a fullscale invasion of Ralston at the hands of the Flemoids.


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** BlandNameProduct: The arcade machines similarly reference PacMan and Asteroids in all but name.


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* TimeSkip: ''Chex Quest 3'' takes place 10 years after the first two games.
* TriumphantReprise: The ending features an upbeat version of the leitmotif found in the intro and [=E1M5=].
* VideoGameRemake: ''Chex Quest HD''[[labelnote:*]]working title[[/labelnote]] is set to be a faithful remake of the first game in Unreal Engine 4, albeit with expanded maps.
* WhateverHappenedToTheMouse: We last see Bazoik as it gets overrun by Flemoids, and isn't mentioned again, save for a brief mention in [=E2M1=][[labelnote:*]]A poster near the final room advertising weekly space tours is listed as canceled[[/labelnote]].
26th Apr '15 2:20:35 PM Cleaningcaptain
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* PromotedFanboy: A mapper and musician from a popular fan forum, a fan with the user handle "[[Tropers/SpacemanStrife Strife]]" was commissioned to write several tracks for Chex Quest 3.

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* PromotedFanboy: A mapper and musician from a popular fan forum, a fan with the user handle "[[Tropers/SpacemanStrife Strife]]" was commissioned to write several tracks for Chex Quest 3.
26th Apr '15 2:20:03 PM Cleaningcaptain
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* AscendedFanboy: A mapper and musician from a popular fan forum, a fan with the user handle "[[Tropers/SpacemanStrife Strife]]" was commissioned to write several tracks for Chex Quest 3.

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* AscendedFanboy: PromotedFanboy: A mapper and musician from a popular fan forum, a fan with the user handle "[[Tropers/SpacemanStrife Strife]]" was commissioned to write several tracks for Chex Quest 3.
7th Apr '15 9:48:55 PM DeusDenuo
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* BloodlessCarnage: Flemoids never "die" really, but rather your weapons send them back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed".

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* BloodlessCarnage: Flemoids never "die" really, but rather your weapons send them back to their own dimension. Likewise, when you run out of health, you don't ''die'', you merely get "slimed"."slimed" (that is, the player character is no longer able to move).



* FanNickname: The characters in the briefing cut-scene are all officially unnamed, but the General is usually referred to as "[[IncrediblyLamePun General Mills]]".
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