History VideoGame / KickleCubicle

29th Jul '17 1:06:09 PM nombretomado
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''Kickle Cubicle'' (known in Japan as ''Meikyū Jima'', "Mystery Island") is a top-down action puzzle game by Creator/{{Irem}} that was released for arcades in 1988 and for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1990. The game's hero Kickle goes around levels freezing enemies and setting up ice pillars on his mission to collect Dream Bags.

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''Kickle Cubicle'' (known in Japan as ''Meikyū Jima'', "Mystery Island") is a top-down action puzzle game by Creator/{{Irem}} that was released for arcades in 1988 and for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1990. The game's hero Kickle goes around levels freezing enemies and setting up ice pillars on his mission to collect Dream Bags.
23rd Nov '16 8:24:55 AM GunarmDyne
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* TheCameo: A simple code on the NES version will cause the titular ''VideoGame/KidNikiRadicalNinja'' to appear on the title screen.
19th Apr '16 1:25:42 PM LadyYuki
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* GameOverMan: This changes depending on how far along in the game you were. For Fruit Land and onward, the last princess you rescued will urge Kickle to keep going. For Garden Land, you're treated to a crying Kickle instead.


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* OneHitPointWonder: Kickle is a little...fragile.
16th Apr '16 5:46:00 PM LadyYuki
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* AnIcePerson: Kickle, who freezes enemies with his breath.

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* AnIcePerson: Kickle, who freezes enemies [[BreathWeapon with his breath.breath]].



* EdibleThemeNaming: The first three worlds in the NES version are Garden Land (as in vegetable garden), Fruit Land, and Cake Land.



* FlyingOnACloud: Kickle does so between stages in the arcade version.

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* FlyingOnACloud: Kickle does so between stages in the arcade version. In the NES version, it's how he reaches the Garden Land palace.



* GiantMook: The bosses for the first three worlds are giant versions of a {{Mook}} exclusively found within each of those worlds.

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* GiantMook: The bosses for the first three worlds are giant versions of a {{Mook}} exclusively first found within each of those worlds.



* {{Snowlems}}: They have a freezing breath attack like Kickle's, which they are immune to.

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* {{Snowlems}}: Shades. They have a freezing breath attack like Kickle's, which they are immune to.



* StandardHeroReward: [[spoiler:Kickle marries Princess Mira, the princess trapped in the last palace, after rescuing the Fantasy Kingdom and becomes its prince.]]

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* StandardHeroReward: [[spoiler:Kickle marries Princess Mira, the princess trapped in the last palace, after rescuing the Fantasy Kingdom and becomes its prince.]]the prince of the newly-restored Fantasy Kingdom.]]
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Toy Land, the final world, doesn't fit with the EdibleThemeNaming of the preceding three worlds.


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* YoungestChildWins: Princess Mira is stated to be the youngest daughter of King Tois (implying that the three princesses before her were also his daughters) [[spoiler:and she's the one Kickle marries in the end.]]
7th Apr '16 1:22:23 PM LadyYuki
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* PrincessesPreferPink: Lutea and Mira. Averted with Pumpa and [[TrueBlueFemininity Crema]].

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* PrincessesPreferPink: Lutea and Mira. Averted with Pumpa (who wears a red dress) and [[TrueBlueFemininity Crema]].


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* SleptThroughTheApocalypse: The manual for the NES game states that Kickle was asleep when the Wizard King froze over the land.
17th Sep '15 10:32:40 PM MHarrington
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The premise of the NES version (the arcade version has a different plot) is that the Wicked Wizard King has turned the Fantasy Kingdom into ice, captured its palaces and princesses, and locked the people inside Dream Bags, leaving it up to Kickle to liberate the kingdom's four lands (Garden Land, Fruit Land, Cake Land, Toy Land) from icy slumber.

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The premise of the NES version (the arcade version has a different plot) is that the Wicked Wizard King has turned the Fantasy Kingdom into ice, captured its palaces and princesses, and locked the people inside Dream Bags, leaving it up to Kickle to liberate the kingdom's four lands (Garden Land, Fruit Land, Cake Land, Land and Toy Land) from icy slumber.



* MonsterClown: While not exactly monsters, there is a clown enemy in In Fruit Land named Bonkers. Also, the boss of Fruit Land, Piro, is a giant clown that attacks by somersaulting your way and throwing balls at you.

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* MonsterClown: While not exactly monsters, there is a clown enemy in In Fruit Land named Bonkers. Also, the boss of Fruit Land, Piro, is a giant clown that attacks by somersaulting your way and throwing balls at you.
30th Aug '15 4:58:35 AM tropower
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* BigYes: Kickle shouts "Yatta!" after completing a level in the arcade version.
2nd Mar '15 11:33:26 PM supercomputer276
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* StandardHeroReward: [[spoiler:Kickle marries Princess Mira, the princess trapped in the last palace, after rescuing the Fantasy Kingdom and becomes its prince.]]
17th Sep '14 9:09:13 AM rexpensive
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* PrincessesPreferPink: Lutea and Mira. Averted with [[LadyinRed Pumpa]] and [[TrueBlueFemininity Crema]].

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* PrincessesPreferPink: Lutea and Mira. Averted with [[LadyinRed Pumpa]] Pumpa and [[TrueBlueFemininity Crema]].
12th Jun '14 12:43:21 PM LadyYuki
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* {{Balloonacy}}: Kickle's method of travel in the SNES version is a single red balloon.

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* {{Balloonacy}}: Kickle's method of travel in the SNES NES version is a single red balloon.
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