History VideoGame / DoremiFantasy

24th Jun '15 6:43:04 PM nombretomado
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** The sixth boss is a [[{{Kirby}} a moon and a sun, which seems like an expy of a certain boss duo.]]

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** The sixth boss is a [[{{Kirby}} [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} a moon and a sun, which seems like an expy of a certain boss duo.]]
28th Nov '14 5:33:44 PM wrm5
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* BishonenLine: Amon, whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.

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* BishonenLine: Amon, [[BigBad Amon]], whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.
28th Nov '14 5:32:51 PM wrm5
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* BishonenLine: Amon, whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.
28th Sep '14 1:18:11 AM wrm5
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* GustyGlade: Both worlds 1 and 5 have a level with high winds which blow you around and send enemies at you like lethal tumbleweed.
19th Sep '14 9:19:52 AM rexpensive
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''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the {{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.

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''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the SuperFamicom UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.
1st Sep '14 5:06:54 PM wrm5
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* HitPoints: Milon can get a total of 3 hit points by collecting clothes. Getting hit with the green outfit on puts you down to blue, then to red, and getting hit while wearing the red outfit is death.


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* JumpPhysics: It wouldn't be a platformer without them.


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* NintendoHard: Just as much so as [[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle its predecessor]], though thankfully this time it's honestly hard without the first game's FakeDifficulty.


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** Possibly unintentional, Milon's green outfit is slightly reminiscent of Link from ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''.
1st Sep '14 4:56:05 PM wrm5
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* KidHero: Milon, of course.
1st Sep '14 3:55:52 PM wrm5
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** Amon's first form looks an ''awful lot'' like Majin Buu from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', only without the antenna and colored green instead of pink. (Notably, he does flash pink when taking damage.)

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** Amon's first form looks an ''awful lot'' like Majin Buu from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', only without the antenna (or maybe it's just obscured by his crown?) and colored green instead of pink. (Notably, he does flash pink when taking damage.)
1st Sep '14 3:34:38 PM wrm5
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* OneWingedAngel: Amon, who goes from a big, fat green creature to a humanoid demon.



* ShoutOut: The sixth boss is a [[{{Kirby}} a moon and a sun, which seems like an expy of a certain boss duo.]]

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The sixth boss is a [[{{Kirby}} a moon and a sun, which seems like an expy of a certain boss duo.]]]]
** Amon's first form looks an ''awful lot'' like Majin Buu from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', only without the antenna and colored green instead of pink. (Notably, he does flash pink when taking damage.)



* TurnsRed: The Penguin Present boss that separates the ToyTime half of World 7 from Amon's OminousFloatingCastle. At half health it ditches the bow and changes its facial expression, and becomes much faster and spits out more fireballs as it jumps.



** OminousFloatingCastle: World 8, Amon's Castle.

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** OminousFloatingCastle: World 8, 7 Part 2, Amon's Castle.
25th Aug '14 11:54:55 AM wrm5
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''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's [=DokiDoki=] Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the {{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.

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''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's [=DokiDoki=] Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the {{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.


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* {{Jerkass}}: While most of the villains could qualify, special mention has to go to the fifth boss, Mighty Snowcone. After defeating him he reveals that [[spoiler: he's not even one of Amon's henchmen, he was just blocking your way for the Hell of it]].
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