History VideoGame / TonicTrouble

25th Aug '16 1:22:47 PM Ghostkaiba297
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* AndIMustScream: In Glacier Cocktail, Ed freezes a Helling Guard in a block of ice, which is used to activate a switch. When he activates the next switch, the rock that the frozen Helling Guard is trapped inside lowers into the ground, ensuring that he stay frozen there forever.



* DisneyVillainDeath: The Peapod in Vegetables HQ falls into a lava pit when Ed gets Ketchup the tomato to smash into him.



* NoBodyLeftBehind: Most enemies in the game, the Magic Mushroom, and [[spoiler: Grögh]]. Averted with Robosuitcase.



* OrcusOnHisThrone: Grogh himself isn't actively doing anything against Ed and leaves all the work to his minions.

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* OrcusOnHisThrone: Grogh himself isn't actively doing anything against Ed and leaves all the work to his minions.minions, until the final battle where he pilots a giant robot.
28th Jan '16 11:46:42 PM Adept
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A PlatformGame released by Creator/UbiSoft in 1999. It has a visual style similar to ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' (Most noticably, all characters have RaymanianLimbs) and in fact plays more like a 3D version of the original ''Rayman'' than ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'' ever did. [=UbiSoft=] used the game to get a handle on the 3D engine being used for Rayman 2, since they had never done anything of that scope before, but the game is a fun little jaunt regardless.

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A PlatformGame released by Creator/UbiSoft in 1999. It has a visual style similar to ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' (Most noticably, all characters have RaymanianLimbs) FloatingLimbs) and in fact plays more like a 3D version of the original ''Rayman'' than ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'' ever did. [=UbiSoft=] used the game to get a handle on the 3D engine being used for Rayman 2, since they had never done anything of that scope before, but the game is a fun little jaunt regardless.



* FloatingLimbs



* OperaGloves: Hard to say because [[RaymanianLimbs of the lack of arms]], but Suzy seems to wear these. (Her hands are purple but her skin is whiteish.)

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* OperaGloves: Hard to say because [[RaymanianLimbs [[FloatingLimbs of the lack of arms]], but Suzy seems to wear these. (Her hands are purple but her skin is whiteish.)



* RaymanianLimbs
12th Oct '15 1:52:09 AM KarjamP
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* DevelopersForesight: The battle with the corn boss respawns, but the text changes to that the new boss is avenging the brother/nephew/etc.
5th Oct '15 10:17:53 AM DelShiftB
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: The battle with the corn boss respawns, but the text changes to that the new boss is avenging the brother/nephew/etc.

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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: DevelopersForesight: The battle with the corn boss respawns, but the text changes to that the new boss is avenging the brother/nephew/etc.
29th May '15 6:33:24 PM Prfnoff
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!!TonicTrouble provides examples of:

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!!TonicTrouble !!''Tonic Trouble'' provides examples of:
29th May '15 6:29:36 PM Prfnoff
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An obscure PlatformGame by UbiSoft. It has a visual style similar to ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' (Most noticably, all characters have RaymanianLimbs) and in fact plays more like a 3D version of the original ''Rayman'' than ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'' ever did. UbiSoft used the game to get a handle on the 3D engine being used for Rayman 2, since they had never done anything of that scope before, but the game is a fun little jaunt regardless.

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An obscure A PlatformGame released by UbiSoft.Creator/UbiSoft in 1999. It has a visual style similar to ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}'' (Most noticably, all characters have RaymanianLimbs) and in fact plays more like a 3D version of the original ''Rayman'' than ''VideoGame/{{Rayman 2}}'' ever did. UbiSoft [=UbiSoft=] used the game to get a handle on the 3D engine being used for Rayman 2, since they had never done anything of that scope before, but the game is a fun little jaunt regardless.
15th May '15 1:03:30 AM Albertosaurus
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** Also, the rainbow-colored water on the South Plain? That's supposed to be ''sangria''.
9th May '15 10:20:28 AM RainingMetal
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* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: The battle with the corn boss respawns, but the text changes to that the new boss is avenging the brother/nephew/etc.
10th Apr '15 2:08:04 PM Onitatsu
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* AdvancingBossOfDoom: The first phase of the FinalBoss. The second is a variation: you have to kick and slap boulders at him to push him back towards a pit before he makes his way towards you.



** BigBadWannabe: The Magic Mushroom wants to copy the Pharmacist's Groga to make his own and rule the world in lieu of Grogh.



* CatAndMouseBoss: The Robotsuitcase: it chases after you with its stick but will run away from you once you turn into Super Ed, hence becoming able to rip it a new one.



* GaiasVengeance: According to Suzy, this is the reason why the whole world mutated like that in the first place. It comes a bit like out of nowhere.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Intoxication thing aside, after completing the Cocktail Glacier Suzy will mention that she has many [[CovertPervert "games" in mind that she and Ed could do with the feathers he's been collecting]].



* GreenAesop

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* GreenAesopGreenAesop: You can at least notice that the bad guys are operating in heavely industrialized settings and polluting the world with their products.


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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In the final level you're confronted by a guard who asks you "Do you think this is a video game!?"
* LeastCommonSkinTone: Everyone has something to say about Ed's unusual purple color.


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* ShockAndAwe: The Magic Mushroom's main form of attack.


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* StupidEvil: Grogh: [[spoiler: When defeated he mentions that his original idea was just to bully and scare everyone around with his newfound powers, and the whole evil empire and alliance with the Killer Vegetables thing was the Pharmacist's idea, which he resents.]]


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* TakeOurWordForIt: The ResetButton being pressed at the end and the world returning to normal. We only see Ed and Suzy's reactions and then the ending's screenshot.
* TechnicolorToxin: The purple poisoned water in the final level.


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* TopHeavyGuy: Whenever Ed becomes Super Ed. Suzy even asks him if he can use the tonic to turn himself like that 24/7.
9th Jan '15 12:59:00 AM Albertosaurus
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* NoodleIncident: In the Special Edition, Doc mentions '[his] poor wife' while on the subject of how ed's second power-up, the blowpipe, had a few failed prototypes.
* OperaGloves: Hard to say because [[RaymanianLimbs of the lack of arms]], but Suzy seems to wear these. (her hands are purple but her skin si whiteish).

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* NoodleIncident: In the Special Edition, Doc mentions '[his] poor wife' while on the subject of how ed's Ed's second power-up, the blowpipe, had a few failed prototypes.
* OperaGloves: Hard to say because [[RaymanianLimbs of the lack of arms]], but Suzy seems to wear these. (her (Her hands are purple but her skin si whiteish).is whiteish.)
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