History VideoGame / MonsterWorldIV

5th Nov '17 6:30:53 PM BSonirachi
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* AchievementMockery: The [=PS3=] port awards a trophy for jumping off the cliff at the start of the game.
16th Sep '17 6:01:51 PM MetaFour
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* ChestMonster: Giant coins and giant bags of money attack you in the Sky Castle.
* TheChosenOne: It's written in the books of the library that there is one, and it's obviously Asha. Biomeka realizes this far too late.



* TheChosenOne: It's written in the books of the library that there is one, and it's obviously Asha. Biomeka realizes this far too late.


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* DemBones: Skeleton fencers who show up in the Sky Castle.
16th Sep '17 5:43:57 PM MetaFour
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* DoubleJump: A rare justified example--Asha can hold onto Pepe as she jumps, then leap off Pepe for an extra boost.



* NotQuiteFlight: Asha can glide by holding onto Pepe in midair.



* SeriesFauxnale: [[spoiler:Asha is the one who finally puts an end to Biomeka]]. This game used to be the SeriesFinale until the announcement of a [[MonsterBoyAndTheCursedKingdom new game]] in 2015. It is also the final game of the series to be released under Sega's helm, and thus the last one to sport the familiar ''Monster World'' title.

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* SeriesFauxnale: [[spoiler:Asha is the one who finally puts an end to Biomeka]]. This game used to be the SeriesFinale until the announcement of a [[MonsterBoyAndTheCursedKingdom [[VideoGame/MonsterBoyAndTheCursedKingdom new game]] in 2015. It is also the final game of the series to be released under Sega's helm, and thus the last one to sport the familiar ''Monster World'' title.
16th Sep '17 5:21:42 PM MetaFour
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* TheChosenOne: Its written in the books of the library that there is one, and its obviously Asha. Biomeka realizes this far too late.

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* TheChosenOne: Its It's written in the books of the library that there is one, and its it's obviously Asha. Biomeka realizes this far too late.



* TheGoomba: The slimes. Generic slimes are the first enemies Asha encounters, and due to the lack of CollisionDamage, they can't even hurt her. [[UndergroundMonkey More harmful variants show up later]], but they still move in the same basic pattern.



* MacroZone: A portion of the Sky Castle where Asha has to shrink to proceed. Mouse enemies become much more dangerous to her, and she can't even damage the mini-boss until she returns to normal size.



* ShockAndAwe: The Sky Wizard's attacks consist of lighting bolts and turning his cloud hands in electricity. A few other enemies have electric attacks too, such as electric slimes.

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* ShockAndAwe: The Sky Wizard's attacks consist of lighting bolts and turning his cloud hands in into electricity. A few other enemies have electric attacks too, such as electric slimes.


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* UndergroundMonkey: [[TheGoomba The slimes]] come in a few different varieties to match whatever world they're in, including fire slimes, electric slimes, and ice slimes. The green cyclopses also have red PaletteSwap counterparts who take more hits to defeat.
16th Sep '17 4:24:36 PM MetaFour
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* BigBad: Fear Incarnate. [[spoiler:Who is actually Biomeka]]

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* BedsheetGhost: Appear as enemies in Handera Volcano.
* BeneathTheEarth: The setting of TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon.
* BigBad: Fear Incarnate. [[spoiler:Who is actually Biomeka]]Biomeka.]]


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* FrictionlessIce: Shows up in the third Ice Pyramid. Once Asha starts sliding, she can't stop unless she grabs Pepe or bounces off a wall or an enemy.
12th Jul '17 1:33:04 PM BSonirachi
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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Asha only has room for 10 items in her pockets. This doesn't pose a problem until you reach the Ice Pyramid, where you must make room for each of the five statues in your inventory.

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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Asha only has room for 10 items in her pockets. This doesn't pose a problem come into play until you reach the Ice Pyramid, where you must make room for each of the five statues in your inventory.
12th Jul '17 1:31:07 PM BSonirachi
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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Asha only has room for 10 items in her pockets. This doesn't pose to be a problem until you reach the Ice Pyramid, where you must make room for each of the five statues in your inventory.

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* InventoryManagementPuzzle: Asha only has room for 10 items in her pockets. This doesn't pose to be a problem until you reach the Ice Pyramid, where you must make room for each of the five statues in your inventory.
12th Jul '17 1:29:59 PM BSonirachi
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** On your first visit to the Kingdom of Rapadagna, one of the townspeople who tells you about the monsters that are multiplying as of late will also say "People always say stuff like that in RPGs."

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** On your first visit to the Kingdom of Rapadagna, one of the townspeople who tells you about the monsters that are multiplying as of late will also say "People always say stuff like that in RPGs.[=RPGs=]."
12th Jul '17 11:27:23 AM BSonirachi
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: One of Rapadagna Palace Guards comment on how silly it is how some videogame characters like him always repeat the same lines.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: BreakingTheFourthWall:
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One of Rapadagna Palace Guards comment on how silly it is how some videogame characters like him always repeat the same lines.lines.
** On your first visit to the Kingdom of Rapadagna, one of the townspeople who tells you about the monsters that are multiplying as of late will also say "People always say stuff like that in RPGs."



* CreepyCentipedes: The Tower of Silence has a monster girl version of the concept as the boss. She's a WarmUpBoss, as she only has one attack and goes down with a dozen stabs.

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* CreepyCentipedes: The Tower of Silence has a monster girl version of the concept an Oomukade as the boss. She's a WarmUpBoss, as she only has one attack and goes down with a dozen stabs.



* CuteIsEvil: [[spoiler:The yellow Pepelogoos turn out to be malevolent little critters whom Fear Incarnate and the Warlocks are using to emotionally control the inhabitants of the town.]]

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* CuteIsEvil: [[spoiler:The yellow Pepelogoos turn out to be malevolent little critters whom Fear Incarnate and the Warlocks Wizards are using to emotionally control the inhabitants of the town.]]



* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Queen fights with fans. They do a lot of damage.



* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Queen fights with fans. They do a lot of damage.
* IronButtMonkey: Pepe. During the adventure, he gets into all sorts of harmful things (like serving as a platform while in contact with lava or getting frozen) without a scratch on him.

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: The Queen fights with fans. They do InventoryManagementPuzzle: Asha only has room for 10 items in her pockets. This doesn't pose to be a lot problem until you reach the Ice Pyramid, where you must make room for each of damage.
the five statues in your inventory.
* IronButtMonkey: Pepe.The Pepelogoo. During the adventure, he gets into all sorts of harmful things (like serving as a platform while in contact with lava or getting frozen) without a scratch on him.



* OurGeniesAreDifferent: The Genie in this game doesn't grant any wishes, and instead serves as Asha's personal escort to the Kingdom of Rapadagna whenever needed.



* PopQuiz: The Sphinx, yet again.

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* PopQuiz: The Sphinx, yet again.again, gives you one before you enter the third part of the Ice Pyramid.
27th May '17 3:53:00 PM nombretomado
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Originally released for the [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive]] on April 1994, ''Monster World IV'' remained exclusive to the Japanese market until Sega released an English-language version of the game for the {{Wii}} VirtualConsole, PlayStationNetwork and XboxLiveArcade (the XBLA release is part of ''Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World'' along with the original versions (in Japanese and English) of ''[[VideoGame/WonderBoyInMonsterLand Wonder Boy: Monster Land]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/WonderBoyInMonsterWorld Wonder Boy in Monster World]]'') in May 2012.

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Originally released for the [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive]] on April 1994, ''Monster World IV'' remained exclusive to the Japanese market until Sega released an English-language version of the game for the {{Wii}} VirtualConsole, PlayStationNetwork UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole, UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork and XboxLiveArcade UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade (the XBLA release is part of ''Sega Vintage Collection: Monster World'' along with the original versions (in Japanese and English) of ''[[VideoGame/WonderBoyInMonsterLand Wonder Boy: Monster Land]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/WonderBoyInMonsterWorld Wonder Boy in Monster World]]'') in May 2012.
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