History VideoGame / Meteos

5th Jul '17 10:12:15 AM Dallenson
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* SpaceDoesNotWorkThatWay: Thirnova/Trinova

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* SpaceDoesNotWorkThatWay: Thirnova/TrinovaThirnova/Trinova. A '''massive''' (680,000 kilometers in diameter, larger than any super giant star out there) planet that is in another dimension and was formed from the collision of two supernovae and the inhabitants are [[EnergyBeings Half-Energy Beings]], none of these things are even remotely believable but, as Overhazard put it on their video of the planet, Thirnova/Trinova is in another dimension and maybe the laws of physics there would make such a formation possible.


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* ThatsNoMoon: Darthvega, a ''very'' large space station keeping in nature to the TropeNamer, down to it being a very powerful foe if not for the fact that it only gives you a second when a column fills up before you lose, much like the Death Star's ([[Film/RogueOne intentionally designed]]) exhaust port weakness.
3rd Jul '17 11:14:19 AM Dallenson
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* DittoFighter: The Metamo Ark in both games is of the Dittomediate class, it's built from Meteo ore and designed to take on the appearance and properties of any planet it comes close enough to and it's use would be to get close enough to Meteo and copy the Meteo creating ability to give the planet a taste of it's own medicine. In the original, each civilization is implied to have a Metamo Ark and you could choose which planet your Ark comes from in the Star Trip mode. In ''Wars'', there's only one Metamo Ark and hosts representatives from each planet it comes across and spars with in practice for the final battle.



* GoldenEnding: The best route in the Multi-Path Star Trip is the most difficult due to some of the objectives on planets to get there. [[spoiler:It's titled [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence The Ascent]] where, after planet Meteo's defeat, the meteos started to self-replicate as the Metamo Ark no longer needed to fight and the self-spawning meteos were fused to repair the damage to all the planets that were once besieged. The denizens of the Metamo Ark became [[AGodAmI like gods]], that is if they weren't gods already in Hevendor's case]].



* GravityScrew: The aptly-named Gravitas. According to official materials, gravity is '''10 billion times stronger''' there than on Earth. Try and ignite Meteos and they stay frozen in place...then get a second ignition going and they shoot off into the atmosphere at breakneck speeds. Hevendor also has weird gravity; blocks fall at a normal speed, are really floaty when shot into the air individually, and are whisked away with a single ignition (which makes for game-breaking fun when coupled with a Super Rocket).

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* GravityScrew: The aptly-named Gravitas. According to official materials, gravity is '''10 billion times stronger''' there than on Earth. Try and ignite Meteos and they stay frozen in place...then get a second ignition going and they shoot off into the atmosphere at breakneck speeds. Hevendor also has weird gravity; blocks fall at a normal speed, are really floaty when shot into the air individually, and are whisked away with a single ignition (which makes for game-breaking fun when coupled with a Super Rocket).Rocket but otherwise it scores fairly low due to being unable to perform secondary ignitions, step-jumps or even screen clears if you're playing without items in the DS game).



* HornetHole: Hanihula is a planet whose civilization consists of bees. They travel through space looking for flowers on other planets to pollinate.

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* HeWhoFightsMonsters: In one of the DS endings [[spoiler:your Metamo Ark manages to copy and defeat planet Meteo with it's own abilities but it couldn't turn back into the original ship and became the new planet Meteo. The ending is even titled "A Spiritual [[LegacyCharacter Legacy]]"]].
* HornetHole: Hanihula is a planet whose civilization consists of bees. They travel through space looking for flowers on other planets to pollinate. Chances are Hanihulans and Florians live symbiotically in a strong alliance.
2nd Jul '17 11:34:20 AM Dallenson
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* PlanetSpaceship: Darthvega is an octagonal ship thousands of kilometers large, and as far as the Meteos are concerned, counts as a planet. Suburbion is also a colony that floats through space, though it's more a planet-sized fleet.

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* PlanetSpaceship: Darthvega is an octagonal a diamond-shaped ship thousands of kilometers large, and as far as the Meteos are concerned, counts as a planet. Suburbion is also a colony that floats through space, though it's more a planet-sized fleet.



* WorldShapes: Some unusual ones as viewed by the select screen. Oleana resembles a bone despite being UnderTheSea, Grannest/Smogor is cylindrical, Hotted/Pyros is cube-shaped, Firim/Ignus is shaped like a lightning bolt, and Globin is shaped like a blood cell.

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* WorldShapes: Some unusual ones as viewed by the select screen. Oleana resembles a bone despite being UnderTheSea, Grannest/Smogor is cylindrical, a concave cylinder, Hotted/Pyros is cube-shaped, Firim/Ignus is shaped like a lightning bolt, and Globin is shaped like a blood cell.
2nd Jul '17 11:29:43 AM Dallenson
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*** '''Sentinel:''' Burnt blocks under the effects of Sentinel, whether garbage or by the player, will restore themselves into random colors, making it harder for the opponent to find matches. It can even invoke {{UnwinnableByAccident}} situations.

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*** '''Sentinel:''' Burnt blocks under the effects of Sentinel, whether garbage or by the player, will restore themselves into random colors, making it harder for the opponent to find matches. It can even invoke {{UnwinnableByAccident}} situations.The burnt blocks that Sentinel rains down are also ''much'' heavier than normal garbage blocks, slamming launched stacks back to the ground on most planets.
11th Jun '17 3:48:25 PM nombretomado
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A proper sequel, ''Meteos Wars,'' was released on the XboxLiveArcade in 2008. It introduced online play, planet-specific special attacks, more planets and unlockable costumes for the aliens.

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A proper sequel, ''Meteos Wars,'' was released on the XboxLiveArcade UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade in 2008. It introduced online play, planet-specific special attacks, more planets and unlockable costumes for the aliens.
23rd Mar '17 5:35:06 AM foxley
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* OutlawTown: Dejeh is a planet-sized version of this trope, run by a massive gang as its central authority. There are apparently other planets like Dejeh, which go to war with each other, with Dejeh being one of the few remaining ones. The criminals who live on Dejeh form an EnemyMine when the Meteos blocks target them for [[EarthShatteringKaboom planetary annihilation]] though (but not an Enemy Mine enough to ally with most of the galaxy's other civilizations for the mission to destroy the Meteos threat once and for all).
22nd Mar '17 10:53:45 AM ZombieAladdin
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* GraffitiTown: Dejeh is a planet inhabited by space-gangsters and has a hip-hop culture.

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* GraffitiTown: GraffitiTown[=/=][[OutlawTown Outlaw Planet]]: Dejeh is a planet inhabited by space-gangsters and has a hip-hop culture.culture. It is also apparently a place for other criminals to stay, though the biography implies they are hostile to other planet-controlling gangs.



** Brabbit received an indirect one in ''Meteos Wars'' as well. Because Brabbit's strategy is mostly about long, uninterrupted chains of ignitions, and all four Planet Impacts are about interrupting the opponent, Brabbit has a tough time dealing with them. As explained above in Difficult But Awesome, Tempest in particular messes Brabbit up a lot, as it splits up large clusters into many small ones, making it virtually impossible to keep them ignited or to connect them back together.



* [[OutlawTown Outlaw Planet]]: Dejeh
22nd Mar '17 10:24:36 AM ZombieAladdin
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* [[OutlawTown Outlaw Planet]]: Dejeh
28th Oct '16 2:03:14 PM nombretomado
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* {{Retraux}}: The theme of Gigagush, with repetitive beeping music and [[TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames 4-bit meteo block sprites]].

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* {{Retraux}}: The theme of Gigagush, with repetitive beeping music and [[TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfVideoGames 4-bit meteo block sprites]].
14th May '16 5:17:46 AM MacronNotes
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Gelyer, from ''Meteos Wars''. No pirate equivalent, though.
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