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The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in VideoGame/NESRemix.

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The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in VideoGame/NESRemix.


* EatenAlive: The fate of all who fall to the sea below with the giant fish that waits there.

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* EatenAlive: The fate of all Can happen to people who fall down or fly too close to the sea below with water, although the giant fish that waits there.doesn't always jump out.



* FloatingPlatforms: Is it so surprising in such as silly game? The computer players will treat flippers like platforms, even though the human players cannot touch any without being knocked away.

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* FloatingPlatforms: Is it so surprising Present in such as silly game? just about every stage, and typically where your enemies spawn. The computer players will also treat flippers like platforms, even though the human players cannot touch any without being knocked away.



* PaletteSwap: Just to tell some characters apart. Player one is a man in red overalls and a blue shirt, much like Mario was at the time, albeit with a blue hat, player two swaps the blues and reds, coincidentally giving us a man who resembles Mario's modern look of blue overalls, red shirt and red hat.

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* PaletteSwap: Just to tell some characters apart. Player one is a man in red overalls and a blue shirt, much like Mario was at the time, albeit with a blue hat, player hat. Player two swaps the blues and reds, coincidentally giving us a man who resembles Mario's modern look of blue overalls, red shirt and red hat.



* SuperDrowningSkills: Even if the fish is not present on a level it really does not matter since nobody seems to know how to swim anyway.

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* SuperDrowningSkills: Even if the fish is not present on a level level, it doesn't really does not matter since nobody seems to know how to swim anyway.



* WrapAround: Except for Balloon Tripe mode. Very useful in the bonus stage if you do not have a partner.

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* WrapAround: Except for Balloon Tripe mode. Very useful Happens in the main battle mode, and the bonus stage if you do not have a partner.contained within.

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A 1984 video game by Creator/{{Nintendo}} for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem. Similar in practice to the earlier title ''VideoGame/{{Joust}}'', play assumes in either one player or competitive (or co-operative by agreement) two-player.

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A 1984 video game by Creator/{{Nintendo}} for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem.UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem. Similar in practice to the earlier title ''VideoGame/{{Joust}}'', play assumes in either one player or competitive (or co-operative by agreement) two-player.



The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in VideoGame/NESRemix.

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The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in VideoGame/NESRemix.


* GameMod: A rom hack was made that lets you play as Creator/SatoruIwata, who was the programmer of the game. It was made as a tribute to his passing.

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* GameMod: A rom hack was made that lets you play as the late Creator/SatoruIwata, who was the programmer of the game. It was made as a tribute to his passing.passing in 2015.

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* GameMod: A rom hack was made that lets you play as Creator/SatoruIwata, who was the programmer of the game. It was made as a tribute to his passing.


* DolledUpInstallment: ''Tingle's Balloon Fight'' is just an updated Balloon Fight with a VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda skin slapped on it. The cover art even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades it]] by having Tingle's name scribbled and taped next to the title.

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* DolledUpInstallment: ''Tingle's Balloon Fight'' is just an updated Balloon Fight with a VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda skin slapped on it. The cover art even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades it]] by having Tingle's Tingle and his name scribbled and blatantly taped next to the title.onto it.

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* DolledUpInstallment: ''Tingle's Balloon Fight'' is just an updated Balloon Fight with a VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda skin slapped on it. The cover art even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades it]] by having Tingle's name scribbled and taped next to the title.


The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in NESRemix.

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The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in NESRemix.VideoGame/NESRemix.


The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on GameCube in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in NESRemix.

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The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on GameCube [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in NESRemix.


* PaletteSwap: Just to tell some characters apart.

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* PaletteSwap: Just to tell some characters apart. Player one is a man in red overalls and a blue shirt, much like Mario was at the time, albeit with a blue hat, player two swaps the blues and reds, coincidentally giving us a man who resembles Mario's modern look of blue overalls, red shirt and red hat.


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%%* {{Balloonacy}}: Less balloons than usual albeit.

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%%* * {{Balloonacy}}: Less balloons than usual albeit.albeit, one is enough to carry you through the air.



%%* EndlessRunningGame: Balloon Trip mode.

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%%* * EndlessRunningGame: Balloon Trip mode.mode only stops when you lose.


The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' Most recently, it is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on GameCube in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console.

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The game had one pseudo-sequel, ''VideoGame/BalloonKid'' for the GameBoy, as well as a DolledUpInstallment in the Japan-exclusive ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Tingle]]'s Balloon Fight''. ''Balloon Fight'' is a popular go-to title in some of Nintendo's self-referential games. References pop up everywhere from Tetris DS, and Pictobits, to ''VideoGame/WarioWare'', and ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros.'' Most recently, it It is featured as one of the twelve attractions in ''VideoGame/NintendoLand''. It's also a fairly common game for Nintendo to re-release. It was made available on the GameBoyAdvance e-Reader, on GameCube in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' as well as being present on the Wii VirtualConsole, given away for free as a 3DS Ambassador Game, and was the first game on sale in a special campaign leading to the official launch of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Balloon Men show up with their own challenges in NESRemix.


%%* AlwaysNight: Everywhere, all the time.

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%%* * AlwaysNight: Everywhere, all the time.Rather than just a black background, there are actually stars indicating it's night.

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