History VideoGame / Mappy

15th Apr '18 2:10:59 AM DoNotEatMyBacon
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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: After getting through the third and sixth worlds in ''Arrangement'', respectively, you're suddenly forced to fight a giant, [[EvilLaugh laughing]] robotic Goro toy.

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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: After getting through the third and sixth worlds in ''Arrangement'', respectively, you're suddenly forced to fight a giant, [[EvilLaugh laughing]] robotic Goro toy.toy that throws ''multiple'' [[InvincibleMinorMinion Gosenzo Coins]] at you, either in an arc (world 3 fight) or in a straight line. (world 6 fight)
14th Apr '18 8:19:31 PM DoNotEatMyBacon
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This game was and still is more popular in Japan than it is in the [[EagleLand USA]], possibly due to cultural differences. There have been sequels to this game (e.g., ''Hopping Mappy''), but these were released only in Japan, with the exception of ''Mappy-Land'' for the NES. However, Americans probably do know about this through Microsoft's ''Revenge of Arcade'' collection, the "Plug-n-Play" games collections by Jakks Pacific, or the various ''VideoGame/NamcoMuseum'' releases.

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This game was and still is more popular in Japan than it is in the [[EagleLand USA]], possibly due to cultural differences. There have been sequels to this game (e.g., ''Hopping Mappy''), but these were released only in Japan, with the exception of ''Mappy-Land'' for the NES. However, Americans probably do know about this through Microsoft's ''Revenge of Arcade'' collection, the "Plug-n-Play" games collections by Jakks Pacific, or the various ''VideoGame/NamcoMuseum'' releases.
releases. It also got its own [[VideoGameRemake "Arrangement"]] version in 1995, adding in stronger trampolines that take two hits to change color, dual-sided doors, and trapdoors that can be used to jump or dive into other floors.


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* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: After getting through the third and sixth worlds in ''Arrangement'', respectively, you're suddenly forced to fight a giant, [[EvilLaugh laughing]] robotic Goro toy.


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** The trapdoors in ''Arrangement'', which can be used not only to quickly go up or down one floor, but also to stun Meowkies and push them up/down a floor.
6th Mar '18 12:07:39 PM kyojikasshu
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This game was and still is more popular in Japan than it is in the [[EagleLand USA]], possibly due to cultural differences. There have been sequels to this game (e.g., ''Hopping Mappy''), but these were released only in Japan, with the exception of ''Mappy-Land'' for the NES. However, Americans probably do know about this through Microsoft's ''Revenge of Arcade'' collection and the "Plug-n-Play" games collections by Jakks Pacific.

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This game was and still is more popular in Japan than it is in the [[EagleLand USA]], possibly due to cultural differences. There have been sequels to this game (e.g., ''Hopping Mappy''), but these were released only in Japan, with the exception of ''Mappy-Land'' for the NES. However, Americans probably do know about this through Microsoft's ''Revenge of Arcade'' collection and collection, the "Plug-n-Play" games collections by Jakks Pacific.
Pacific, or the various ''VideoGame/NamcoMuseum'' releases.
23rd Jan '18 7:31:28 AM Malady
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The Website/ShiftyLook WebAnimation series is written by [[WebComic/{{PvP}} Scott Kurtz]] and animated by [[WebAnimation/BamanPiderman Alex and Lindsay Small-Butera]].

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The Website/ShiftyLook WebAnimation series is written by [[WebComic/{{PvP}} [[Webcomic/PvP Scott Kurtz]] and animated by [[WebAnimation/BamanPiderman Alex and Lindsay Small-Butera]].



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!The ''ShiftyLook'' web series has examples of:

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!The ''ShiftyLook'' ''Website/ShiftyLook'' web series has examples of:
23rd Jul '17 2:10:24 PM nombretomado
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14th Jul '17 4:58:42 PM NightShade96
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* DoorFu: If you close an open door while a cat is walking through it, you can stun it
4th Apr '17 4:59:10 AM Chromecha_Man
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Despite positive feedback and a decent audience, Mappy, along with almost every other project on the site, was murdered by NAMCO Bandai Japan when they decided to put all their effort into rebooting Wonder Momo - and so was Shiftylook ITSELF. They were forced to post a message stating that their years of hard work were all practically a contest for NAMCO to decide who they could make the most money off of a reboot of - they claimed to be happy about it, but it's painfully obvious that the fans and creators alike cursed NAMCO that day.
2nd Aug '16 9:51:15 PM MisterDrBob2
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* {{Squee}}: The look on Dig Dug's face when he and Mappy [[spoiler: see Goro cosplaying as Wonder Momo]].
1st Jun '16 7:33:24 PM Superjustinbros
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* EverythingTryingToKillYou: You have very little control over whether you live or die in this game.

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* EverythingTryingToKillYou: You have very little control over whether Two species of cats, a giant coin possessed by a deceased cat criminal, the tramples if you live or die hop on one to many times, and the trap doors in this game.the fourth mansion.
1st Jun '16 7:31:33 PM Superjustinbros
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* TheEighties

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* TheEightiesTheEighties: The era the original ''Mappy'' was released in
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