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* Usually cloth balconies, but also cobwebs, some baskets, and '''cheese wheels''' in the ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' games. And the cheese wheels are second only to actual catapults in terms of force applied.

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* Usually cloth balconies, but also cobwebs, some baskets, and '''cheese wheels''' in the ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' ''VideoGame/SlyCooper'' games. And the cheese wheels are second only to actual catapults in terms of force applied.


** In ''VideoGame/HomeAlone2LostInNewYorkSega'', Kevin can collect and drop tires to use as temporary springboards. As above, couches are also present.

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** In ''VideoGame/HomeAlone2LostInNewYorkSega'', the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis ''[[VideoGame/HomeAloneSega Home Alone]]'' game, Kevin can collect and drop tires to use as temporary springboards. As above, couches are also present.


* ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot''

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* ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot''''VideoGame/CrashBandicoot''


* Some of the levels in the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' series have a lot of springs. Examples are [[VideoGame/MegaMan6 Plant Man's stage]] and, obviously, [[VideoGame/MegaMan7 Spring Man's stage]].

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* Some of the levels in the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' series have a lot of springs. Examples are [[VideoGame/MegaMan6 Plant Man's stage]] and, obviously, [[VideoGame/MegaMan7 Spring Man's stage]] as well as [[VideoGame/MegaMan11 Bounce Man's stage]].


* ''VideoGame/WonderBoy'' and ''VideoGame/AdventureIsland'' have these all over the place, too.

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* ''VideoGame/WonderBoy'' ''VideoGame/WonderBoy1'' and ''VideoGame/AdventureIsland'' have these all over the place, too.


** In the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis ''[[VideoGame/HomeAloneSega Home Alone]]'' game, Kevin can collect and drop tires to use as temporary springboards. As above, couches are also present.

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** In the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis ''[[VideoGame/HomeAloneSega Home Alone]]'' game, ''VideoGame/HomeAlone2LostInNewYorkSega'', Kevin can collect and drop tires to use as temporary springboards. As above, couches are also present.

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* ''Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos'' has mousetraps (which you'd expect to be harmful but aren't) in the GreenHillZone stage. Later stages have mushrooms and [[TrampolineTummy bear bellies]].

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* ''Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos'' ''VideoGame/SpeedyGonzalesLosGatosBandidos'' has mousetraps (which you'd expect to be harmful but aren't) in the GreenHillZone stage. Later stages have mushrooms and [[TrampolineTummy bear bellies]].


* A few of them can be found in the second installment of ''LocoRoco''.

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* A few of them can be found in the second installment of ''LocoRoco''.''VideoGame/LocoRoco''.


** [[GreenHillZone Insectia]] had mushrooms, and rather stiff-looking leaves that jutted out off walls.

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** [[GreenHillZone Insectia]] had mushrooms, [[SpringySpores mushrooms]], and rather stiff-looking leaves that jutted out off walls.



** [[SlippySlideyIceWorld The Burrubs]] had leaves (like Insectia), and for some reason, mushrooms.

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** [[SlippySlideyIceWorld The Burrubs]] had icy geysers, leaves (like Insectia), and for some reason, mushrooms.


** [[ShiftingSandLand Reptilia]] had mini-geysers.

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** [[ShiftingSandLand Reptilia]] had mini-geysers.mini-geysers and bones that sprung up when jumped on.


** [[LethalLavaLand Arachnia]] had gas vents as well as mushrooms (don't ask)

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** [[LethalLavaLand Arachnia]] had gas vents vents, {{Cobweb Trampoline}}s, as well as mushrooms (don't ask)


* ''{{VideoGame/Bug}}!'' has a different type of spring for each level (sometimes, a level may have two kinds!)

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* ''{{VideoGame/Bug}}!'' ''{{VideoGame/Bug}}'' has a different type of spring for each level (sometimes, a level may have two kinds!)


* Cloth balconies and '''cheese wheels''' in ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' games.


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* Usually cloth balconies, but also cobwebs, some baskets, and '''cheese wheels''' in the ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' games. And the cheese wheels are second only to actual catapults in terms of force applied.


* ''[=McKids=]'' has those too. Sometimes not in the best places.

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* ''[=McKids=]'' ''VideoGame/McKids'' has those too. Sometimes not in the best places.

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