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* ''VideoGame/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnline'' has the Queen's Nest on Isla Perdida.


* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Hive]].

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* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Hive]].




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* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Hive]].


* ''''VideoGame/{{Obduction}}'' has a friendly Hornet Hole hidden away inside a clifftop. The "bees" inside are actually intelligent.

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* ''''VideoGame/{{Obduction}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Obduction}}'' has a friendly Hornet Hole hidden away inside a clifftop. The "bees" inside are actually intelligent.


* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Hive]] at Kingdom's Edge.

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* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Hive]] at in the Kingdom's Edge.
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* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Hive]] at Kingdom's Edge.



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* ''VideoGame/YookaLaylee'' plays with this by making the indoor portions of the HubLevel, Hivory Towers, an industrial/corporate building with a honeycomb theme, where everything from doorways to bookshelves are hexagons. It is indeed run by a giant bee -- the game's BigBad -- but he's also the only one in the game.


* ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'': ''Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly'' has the Honey Marsh level, which is this crossed with BubblegloopSwamp. A level of the same name appears in the earlier GBA game ''VideoGame/SpyroSeasonOfIce'', but it's a straighter example in that game.

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* ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'': ''Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly'' ''VideoGame/SpyroEnterTheDragonfly'' has the Honey Marsh level, which is this crossed with BubblegloopSwamp. A level of the same name appears in the earlier GBA game ''VideoGame/SpyroSeasonOfIce'', but it's a straighter example in that game.


Related tropes that can be seen in this type of level are TheSwarm, HiveMind, SynchronizedSwarming, BeeBeeGun and BeeAfraid.

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Related tropes that can be seen in this type of level are TheSwarm, HiveMind, SynchronizedSwarming, WickedWasps, BeeBeeGun and BeeAfraid.



** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'': Stage 4 of the Tree Zone takes place inside a giant beehive built within an enormous tree, and sees Mario menaced by a variety of giant bees, grubs and [[NightOfTheLivingMooks skeleton bees]].

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** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'': Stage 4 of the Tree Zone takes place inside a giant beehive built within an enormous tree, and sees Mario menaced by a variety of giant bees, grubs and [[NightOfTheLivingMooks skeleton skeletal bees]].

















* ''Frogger 3D'': Honey Bee Hollow.

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* ''Frogger ''VideoGame/{{Frogger}} 3D'': Honey Bee Hollow.Hollow.






** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting.
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' has Beehive Brawl.

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** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting.
Sting, beehive levels inhabited by giant wasps called Zingers.
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' has Beehive Brawl.Brawl, home to bees as big as Donkey Kong himself.


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* Creator/{{Rare}} was a fan of bringing these levels to players:
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting. ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' (created by Creator/RetroStudios) has Beehive Brawl.
** ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has this in a very limited fashion in the Click Clock Wood. There's also the highest parts of Cloud Cuckooland's mountain in ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie''.
** ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' has the eponymous character going into a hornet's hangout to rescue a beehive, [[BookEnds both at the start of the Windy chapter and much later when it's revisited for its conclusion]]. Here the bees are pretty OK. Hornets aren't.
* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' has Honeyhive Galaxy and the Honeyclimb Galaxy. ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' features the Honeybloom and Honeyhop galaxies. The bees are friendly, and the sticky honey can be used to scale walls when the Bee powerup is in use.
** Stage 4 of the Tree Zone in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''.
** The battle stage Honeybee Hive in ''VideoGame/MarioKart7''.
** ''VideoGame/MarioPinballLand'' has two beehives on the Grass Table.
* ''{{Obduction}}'' has a friendly HornetHole hidden away inside a clifftop. The "bees" inside are actually intelligent.
* The obscure game ''VideoGame/{{Zapper}}'' has one called Crazy Apiary. It also doubled as an UnexpectedShmupLevel.
* ''VideoGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' adventure "[=WG7=] Castle Greyhawk", level "Queen of the Honeybee Hive": The [=PCs=] must fight a group of opponents with bee-themed names.
* The Nui-Rama hive in the ''[[VideoGame/{{BIONICLE}} Mata Nui Online Game]]''.
* The action-RPG ''[[Franchise/{{Thunderscape}} Entomorph: Plague of the Darkfall]]'' has a hive of giant bee/wasp-like creatures (called Panorpids) as one of its 'dungeons'.
* The Hive in ''VideoGame/DungeonCrawl''. Hope you like fighting killer bees.
* The Apiary in ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}''.
* The Mantid Hive in ''{{VideoGame/Turok}} 2: Seeds of Evil''.
* A few rooms in ''VideoGame/{{Nethack}}'', complete with queen bee.

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* Creator/{{Rare}} was a fan of bringing these ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'': The temple area in Pangu Lagoon is overrun with wasp/bee-like enemies that have converted the lower levels to players:
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting. ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' (created by Creator/RetroStudios) has Beehive Brawl.
** ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has this in a very limited fashion in
of the Click Clock Wood. There's also the highest parts of Cloud Cuckooland's mountain in ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie''.
** ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' has the eponymous character going
stage into a hornet's hangout hive. They spawn endlessly if you fall to rescue a beehive, [[BookEnds both at the start of the Windy chapter and much later when it's revisited for its conclusion]]. Here the bees are pretty OK. Hornets aren't.
those levels.
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* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' has Honeyhive Galaxy and the Honeyclimb Galaxy. ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' features the Honeybloom and Honeyhop galaxies.
''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'': The bees are friendly, and the sticky honey can be used to scale walls when the Bee powerup is in use.
** Stage 4 of the Tree Zone in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''.
** The battle stage Honeybee Hive in ''VideoGame/MarioKart7''.
** ''VideoGame/MarioPinballLand'' has two beehives on the Grass Table.
* ''{{Obduction}}''
[[JungleJapes Biosphere]] has a friendly HornetHole hidden away inside single room that is a clifftop. The "bees" inside are actually intelligent.
* The obscure game ''VideoGame/{{Zapper}}'' has one called Crazy Apiary. It also doubled as an UnexpectedShmupLevel.
* ''VideoGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' adventure "[=WG7=] Castle Greyhawk", level "Queen
giant hive of the Honeybee Hive": The [=PCs=] must Ki-Hunters, aggressive insectoid enemies driven only more aggressive by a roar heard nearby. You fight a group bunch of opponents with bee-themed names.
* The Nui-Rama hive in
them and then the ''[[VideoGame/{{BIONICLE}} Mata Nui Online Game]]''.
* The action-RPG ''[[Franchise/{{Thunderscape}} Entomorph: Plague of the Darkfall]]'' has a hive of giant bee/wasp-like creatures (called Panorpids)
King (who just sits in his hive) as one of its 'dungeons'.
* The Hive in ''VideoGame/DungeonCrawl''. Hope you like fighting killer bees.
* The Apiary in ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}''.
* The Mantid Hive in ''{{VideoGame/Turok}} 2: Seeds of Evil''.
* A few rooms in ''VideoGame/{{Nethack}}'', complete with queen bee.
a minor boss fight.
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* The Castelia Gym in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is, understandably for a Bug gym, themed around a beehive, complete with sticky honey walls to break through.
* The [[JungleJapes Biosphere]] in ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'' has a single room that is a giant hive of Ki-Hunters, aggressive insectoid enemies driven only more aggressive by a roar heard nearby. You fight a bunch of them and then the King (who just sits in his hive) as a minor boss fight.
* The derelict Collector Ship in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' can be considered this due to their general layout and hive-like design, including millions of victims in pods upon the walls.
* Honey Bee Hollow in ''Frogger 3D''.
* In ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet,'' The temple area in Pangu Lagoon is overrun with wasp/bee like enemies that have converted the lower levels of the stage into a hive. They spawn endlessly if you fall to those levels.
* The Macintosh computer game ''VideoGame/{{Bugdom}}'' has a level and a boss fight that both take place in a beehive. The type of enemies include the flying bees that appeared in the earlier two levels that try to sting you, muscular worker drone bees that fire their stingers at you, and bee larvae with bee heads and stingers sticking out of them, the normal bees and muscular drones die once they lose their stingers. The first level to take place in the beehive also has honey which if you land in it is a one hit kill as you sink in it and lose a life (unless you have the swim in water-type that would normally kill you cheat on), as for the boss fight you do battle against a queen bee who shoots honey and summons the bee larvae with the heads sticking out, to damage her you need to use your rolling attack move on her.

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* ''''VideoGame/{{Obduction}}'' has a friendly Hornet Hole hidden away inside a clifftop. The "bees" inside are actually intelligent.
[[AC:Eastern RPG]]
* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'':
The Castelia Gym in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is, understandably for a Bug gym, themed around a beehive, complete with sticky honey walls to break through.
through and trainers who specialize in using [[BigCreepyCrawlies Bug-type]] Pokémon.
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* ''VideoGame/BioShock1'': The [[JungleJapes Biosphere]] in ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'' has a single room that is a giant hive Apiary.
* ''VideoGame/{{Turok}} 2: Seeds
of Ki-Hunters, aggressive insectoid enemies driven only more aggressive by a roar heard nearby. You fight a bunch of them and then the King (who just sits in his hive) as a minor boss fight.
*
Evil'': The derelict Collector Ship in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' can be considered this due to their general layout and hive-like design, including millions of victims in pods upon the walls.
Mantid Hive.
[[AC:Idle Game]]
* Honey Bee Hollow in ''Frogger 3D''.
3D'': Honey Bee Hollow.
[[AC:MMORPG]]
* In ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet,'' The temple area in Pangu Lagoon is overrun with wasp/bee like enemies that have converted ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the lower levels Temple of Ahn'Qiraj, an underground hive for the stage into Old God-worshipping insectoid Qiraji, and Heart of Fear, a hive. They spawn endlessly if you fall to those levels.
palace built out of amber occupied by a related insect race called the mantid.
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* The Macintosh computer game ''VideoGame/{{Bugdom}}'' has a level and a boss fight that both take place in a beehive. The type of enemies include the flying bees that appeared in the earlier two levels that try to sting you, muscular worker drone bees that fire their stingers at you, and bee larvae with bee heads and stingers sticking out of them, them; the normal bees and muscular drones die once they lose their stingers. The first level to take place in the beehive also has honey honey, which if you land in it is a one hit kill as you sink in it and lose a life (unless you have the swim in water-type that would normally kill you cheat on), as for the boss fight you do battle against a queen bee who shoots honey and summons the bee larvae with the heads sticking out, out.
* ''Franchise/DonkeyKong'':
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting.
** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' has Beehive Brawl.
* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has this in a very limited fashion in the Click Clock Wood. There are also the highest parts of Cloud Cuckooland's mountain in ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie''.
* ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' has the eponymous character going into a hornet's hangout
to rescue a beehive, [[BookEnds both at the start of the Windy chapter and much later when it's revisited for its conclusion]]. Here the bees are pretty OK. Hornets aren't.
* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' has Honeyhive Galaxy and the Gold Leaf Galaxy, airy woodland areas populated by giant talking bees, and the Honeyclimb Galaxy, made up of enormous walls of honeycomb. ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' features the more pastoral Honeybloom and Honeyhop galaxies. The bees are friendly, and the sticky honey can be used to scale walls when the Bee powerup is in use.
** ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins'': Stage 4 of the Tree Zone takes place inside a giant beehive built within an enormous tree, and sees Mario menaced by a variety of giant bees, grubs and [[NightOfTheLivingMooks skeleton bees]].
** ''VideoGame/MarioKart7'': The battle stage Honeybee Hive, which takes place inside a giant hollow beehive and houses a swarm of the bee-like Stingby enemies that will
damage her you need to use your rolling attack move any driver they come in contact with.
** ''VideoGame/MarioPinballLand'' has two beehives
on her. the Grass Table.



* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic VIII'' has a rare non-platformer example in the Wasp Nest in the Alvar region, which is the nest of the Alvarian giant wasps. The main special thing is that it is set up so that to navigate inside the nest requires Jump magic (your ordinary jumps are not high enough), though fortunately it has several entrances, allowing parties with Fly magic/special abilities (which only works outdoors) to reach most parts of it by taking detours on the outside.
* {{Downplayed|Trope}} in ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}'' [[VideoGameRemake HD]]: Sometimes a Jungle level will have a beehive area, containing some honey patches that cause items to stick, a number of [[http://spelunky.wikia.com/wiki/Killer_Bee giant bees]], and a [[http://spelunky.wikia.com/wiki/Queen_Bee queen bee]]. The queen drops royal jelly when killed, which is the second most potent source of healing in the game.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the Temple of Ahn'Qiraj, an underground hive for the Old God-worshipping Qiraji, and Heart of Fear, a palace built out of amber occupied by the mantid.
* ''[[Franchise/SpyroTheDragon Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly]]'' has the Honey Marsh level which is this crossed with BubblegloopSwamp. A level of the same name appears in the earlier GBA game ''VideoGame/SpyroSeasonOfIce'', but it's a more straight example in that game.
* ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' has Hanihula, an entire planet with this theme. The civilization of intelligent bees that live on it are actually friendly and happy, however (its sound effects set even consists of children laughing and people cheering), and developed space travel to find things to pollinate on other planets. Nevertheless, half of the planet's surface is covered in beehives.
* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' has bee hives that generate in the underground jungle. They're small, but breaking the hive blocks [[BeeAfraid spawns bees that attack you]], and [[MamaBear killing the larva found inside summons]] [[BigCreepyCrawlies the giant queen bee boss.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}'': {{Downplayed|Trope}} in [[VideoGameRemake Spelunky HD]]: sometimes a jungle level will have a beehive area, containing some honey patches that cause items to stick, a number of [[http://spelunky.wikia.com/wiki/Killer_Bee giant bees]], and a [[http://spelunky.wikia.com/wiki/Queen_Bee queen bee]]. The queen drops royal jelly when killed, which is the second most potent source of healing in the game.
* ''Franchise/SpyroTheDragon'': ''Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly'' has the Honey Marsh level, which is this crossed with BubblegloopSwamp. A level of the same name appears in the earlier GBA game ''VideoGame/SpyroSeasonOfIce'', but it's a straighter example in that game.
[[AC:Puzzle Games]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' has Hanihula, an entire planet with this theme. The intelligent bees that live on it are actually friendly and happy, however (its sound effects set even consists of children laughing and people cheering), and developed space travel to find things to pollinate on other planets. Nevertheless, half of the planet's surface is covered in beehives.
[[AC:Roguelike]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Nethack}}'': A few rooms, complete with queen bee.
[[AC:Western RPG]]
* ''VideoGame/DungeonCrawl'': The Hive. Hope you like fighting killer bees.
* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'': The derelict Collector Ship can be considered this due to their general layout and hive-like design, including millions of victims in pods upon the walls.
* ''VideoGame/MightAndMagic VIII'' has a rare non-platformer example in the Wasp Nest in the Alvar region, which is the nest of the Alvarian giant wasps. The main special thing is that it is set up so that to navigate inside the nest requires Jump magic (your ordinary jumps are not high enough), though fortunately it has several entrances, allowing parties with Fly magic/special abilities (which only works outdoors) to reach most parts of it by taking detours on the outside.
* {{Downplayed|Trope}} in ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}'' [[VideoGameRemake HD]]: Sometimes a Jungle level will have a beehive area, containing some honey patches that cause items to stick, a number of [[http://spelunky.wikia.com/wiki/Killer_Bee giant bees]], and a [[http://spelunky.wikia.com/wiki/Queen_Bee queen bee]]. The queen drops royal jelly when killed, which is the second most potent source of healing in the game.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the Temple of Ahn'Qiraj, an underground hive for the Old God-worshipping Qiraji, and Heart of Fear, a palace built out of amber occupied by the mantid.
* ''[[Franchise/SpyroTheDragon Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly]]'' has the Honey Marsh level which is this crossed with BubblegloopSwamp. A level
''Franchise/{{Thunderscape}}'': ''Entomorph: Plague of the same name appears in the earlier GBA game ''VideoGame/SpyroSeasonOfIce'', but it's a more straight example in that game.
* ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}''
Darkfall'' has Hanihula, an entire planet with this theme. The civilization a hive of intelligent bees that live on it are actually friendly and happy, however (its sound effects set even consists giant bee/wasp-like creatures called Panorpids as one of children laughing and people cheering), and developed space travel to find things to pollinate on other planets. Nevertheless, half of the planet's surface is covered in beehives.
its dungeons.
[[AC:Wide-Open Sandbox]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' has bee hives beehives that generate in the underground jungle. They're small, but breaking the hive blocks [[BeeAfraid spawns bees that attack you]], and [[MamaBear killing the larva found inside summons]] [[BigCreepyCrawlies the giant queen bee boss.]]boss]].
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* The Nui-Rama hive in the [[VideoGame/{{BIONICLE}} Mata Nui Online Game]].
* The obscure game ''VideoGame/{{Zapper}}'' has one called Crazy Apiary. It also doubled as an UnexpectedShmupLevel.
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'': In adventure "[=WG7=] Castle Greyhawk", in the level "Queen of the Honeybee Hive", the [=PCs=] must fight a group of opponents with bee-themed names.


* The obscure game ''''VideoGame/{{Zapper}}'' has one called Crazy Apiary. It also doubled as an UnexpectedShmupLevel.

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* The obscure game ''''VideoGame/{{Zapper}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Zapper}}'' has one called Crazy Apiary. It also doubled as an UnexpectedShmupLevel.


** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting.

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** ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' has [[TropeNamer Hornet Hole]], Rambi Rumble, Parrot-Chute Panic, and a boss level, King Zing Sting. ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountryTropicalFreeze'' (created by Creator/RetroStudios) has Beehive Brawl.



** ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' featured you going into a hornet's hangout to rescue a beehive. Here the bees are pretty OK. Hornets aren't.
* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' has Honeyhive Galaxy and the Honeyclimb Galaxy. ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' features the Honeybloom and Honeyhop galaxies. Inverted, however, in that the bees are friendly, and the sticky honey can be used to scale walls.
* Stage 4 of the Tree Zone in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''.

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** ''VideoGame/ConkersBadFurDay'' featured you has the eponymous character going into a hornet's hangout to rescue a beehive.beehive, [[BookEnds both at the start of the Windy chapter and much later when it's revisited for its conclusion]]. Here the bees are pretty OK. Hornets aren't.
* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
**
''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' has Honeyhive Galaxy and the Honeyclimb Galaxy. ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'' features the Honeybloom and Honeyhop galaxies. Inverted, however, in that the The bees are friendly, and the sticky honey can be used to scale walls.
*
walls when the Bee powerup is in use.
**
Stage 4 of the Tree Zone in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''.''VideoGame/SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''.
** The battle stage Honeybee Hive in ''VideoGame/MarioKart7''.
** ''VideoGame/MarioPinballLand'' has two beehives on the Grass Table.



* The [[JungleJapes Biosphere]] in ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM ''has a single room that is a giant hive of Ki-Hunters, aggressive insectoid enemies driven only more aggressive by a roar heard nearby. You fight a bunch of them and then the King (who just sits in his hive) as a minor boss fight.

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* The [[JungleJapes Biosphere]] in ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM ''has ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'' has a single room that is a giant hive of Ki-Hunters, aggressive insectoid enemies driven only more aggressive by a roar heard nearby. You fight a bunch of them and then the King (who just sits in his hive) as a minor boss fight.



* ''VideoGame/MarioPinballLand'' has two beehives on the Grass Table.


* ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'' has this in Desert Ruins Zone 2.

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* ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'' has this in Desert Ruins Zone 2.2, technically a mach speed-type of level with bee-like robots while speeding through multiple beehives, before coming face-to-face with Zomom.

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* ''{{Obduction}}'' has a friendly HornetHole hidden away inside a clifftop. The "bees" inside are actually intelligent.

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