Jelly is normally a wobbly, delicious food. But sometimes, characters in fiction can bounce on large moulds of jelly like trampolines.
May well be a common feature in Level Ate
settings. See also Springs Springs Everywhere
, Trampoline Tummy
, Cobweb Trampoline
and Springy Spores
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- In James Pond 2: Robocod, one stage is made entirely of jelly. The hero can bounce off the walls and platforms from all directions.
- Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction has the Gelanator, which allows Ratchet to shoot out cubes made of a gelatinous substance; which he can jump off of much higher than normal.
- Banjo-Tooie has this show up in several places in the Cloud Cuckooland level. Generally, the form it takes is a round red jelly.
- Croc plays this completely straight, with rather out of place jelly trampolines.
- In the DS version of Sonic Colors, there are large domes of colorful gelatin in Sweet Mountain that, when landed on, bounce Sonic straight up or, if hit from the side, bounce Sonic in the opposite direction at full speed.
- The levels "Jelly Pipe" and "Torrential Maze" from Yoshi's Story feature bouncy jelly in a Down the Drain setting.
- There were several of those in social game Pet Society. The player's virtual pet could buy them in the shop and jump on them.
- The ground in The Floor is Jelly reacts like it's made of jelly, and is appropriately very bouncy.
- Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze has 5-5, Jelly Jamboree. It is set in a jungle containing a factory that processes the jungle's tropical fruits into large cubes of delightfully bouncy jelly.
- Rusty and Co has an example in the paladin Madeline using Cube (a D&D Gelatinous Cube) as a long-distance trampoline, with the assistance of a rather long-looking drop in building momentum.
- Jelly World in Neopets is this trope exactly—very bouncy and very edible. There's even a game which revolves around bouncing.
- Played with in the Strong Bad Email winter pool, where Strong Bad fills a pool with gelatin and uses it to simulate surfing. When he wipes out and ends up sinking into the gelatin, Pom Pom tries to play lifeguard...and, true to this trope, he bounces off. Into orbit.
- An episode of Dragon Tales had the gang mistake a giant mound of Wiggly Jiggly that Mungus the giant made earlier for his mother for a giant trampoline called a Bounceamount.
- In Phineas and Ferb, the episode "Day of the Living Gelatin" had the duo turn an entire swimming pool into one giant gelatin trampoline.
- Subverted in an episode of Ed, Edd n Eddy, where the Eds make a giant pool of gelatin. Ed dives in and sinks to the bottom.
- This happens often in Tom and Jerry and other cartoons with mice.