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* ElementalPowers: The ''SuperSentai''-ish fairy squad corresponds to the elements of Metal, Aqua, Leaf, Earth and Magma. There's also a collection of Super Rupees based on these elements.

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* ElementalPowers: The ''SuperSentai''-ish ''Franchise/SuperSentai''-ish fairy squad corresponds to the elements of Metal, Aqua, Leaf, Earth and Magma. There's also a collection of Super Rupees based on these elements.


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* ArtificialStupidity: Bodyguards come in three flavors: "Passive", meaning they won't initiate combat except in self-defense or (sometimes) if ordered to; "Agressive", meaning they will simply attack everything nearby, even if it's beneficial not to do so; or "Assertive", meaning they'll only attack if ordered to, or if Tingle initiates combat.


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* BonusBoss: Baron, who can only be fought if you have one of the wandering bodyguards with you.


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* {{Sexophone}}: Pinkle's theme.


* BadFuture: After the Grand Fairy reveals to Tingle [[spoiler:what [[CrapsackWorld Rupeeland will really be like]], he has a brief hallucination titled "Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland".]]


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* ImagineSpot: When the Grand Fairy reveals to Tingle [[spoiler:what [[{{Dystopia}} Rupee]][[CrapsackWorld land]] will be really like, Tingle has a brief hallucination of a BadFuture called "Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland".]]

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* BadFuture: After the Grand Fairy reveals to Tingle [[spoiler:what [[CrapsackWorld Rupeeland will really be like]], he has a brief hallucination titled "Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland".]]


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Pinkle's initial reward to Tingle for freeing her. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kjd2DRXskY "Kooloo-Limpah!" will never sound the same again.]]

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Pinkle's initial reward to Tingle for freeing her. [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kjd2DRXskY com/watch?v=0j6QGyoMEjo "Kooloo-Limpah!" will never sound the same again.]]

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* CashGate: Both figurative ones (the point of the entire main quest) and literal gates which are activated by throwing Rupees into them.


Despite being generally well-received, it was only released in Japan and Europe because AmericansHateTingle. (If you want to play it, import it- it's region-free!) It received a sequel, ''Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love'', which revolved around women instead of money; this was never released outside of Japan, but fortunately(?) an excellent English-language FanTranslation [[https://tingletranslation.blogspot.co.uk/ is now available.]] There was also a ''VideoGame/BalloonFight'' [[DolledUpInstallment Clone]]-SpinOff featuring Tingle released prior to both games.

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Despite being generally well-received, it was only released in Japan and Europe because AmericansHateTingle. (If you want to play it, import it- it's region-free!) It received a sequel, ''Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love'', ''Videogame/RipenedTinglesBalloonTripOfLove'', which revolved around women instead of money; this was never released outside of Japan, but fortunately(?) an excellent English-language FanTranslation [[https://tingletranslation.blogspot.co.uk/ is now available.]] There was also a ''VideoGame/BalloonFight'' [[DolledUpInstallment Clone]]-SpinOff featuring Tingle released prior to both games.


Despite being generally well-received, it was only released in Japan and Europe because AmericansHateTingle. (If you want to play it, import it- it's region-free!) It received a sequel, ''Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love'', which revolved around women instead of money, but this was never released outside of Japan. There was also a ''VideoGame/BalloonFight'' [[DolledUpInstallment Clone]]-SpinOff featuring Tingle released prior to both games.

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Despite being generally well-received, it was only released in Japan and Europe because AmericansHateTingle. (If you want to play it, import it- it's region-free!) It received a sequel, ''Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love'', which revolved around women instead of money, but money; this was never released outside of Japan. Japan, but fortunately(?) an excellent English-language FanTranslation [[https://tingletranslation.blogspot.co.uk/ is now available.]] There was also a ''VideoGame/BalloonFight'' [[DolledUpInstallment Clone]]-SpinOff featuring Tingle released prior to both games.

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* ButThouMust: Two significant iterations in the game: declining Uncle Rupee's offer at the beginning will make him explain once again Rupeeland's utopia. [[spoiler: In the same vein, refusing to help the Grand Fairy will make her explain once again Rupeeland's ''dys''topia]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Could be considered one to ''VideoGame/ForTheFrogTheBellTolls'', as both have a similar automatic battle system.


* MythologyGag: A few locations in the game are homages to the main series (Deku Forest, Lon Lon Meadows, Desma Mountain), and the Salona also look a lot like the Subrosians.



* ShoutOut: A few locations in the game are homages to ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' (Deku Forest, Lon Lon Meadows, Desma Mountain), and the Salona also look a lot like the Subrosians. One of the boss battles is also a parody of PunchOut.

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* ShoutOut: A few locations in the game are homages to ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' (Deku Forest, Lon Lon Meadows, Desma Mountain), and the Salona also look a lot like the Subrosians. One of the boss battles is also a parody of PunchOut.''VideoGame/PunchOut''.


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* WidgetSeries: These are without question the weirdest ''Zelda'' games


Despite being generally well-received, it was only released in Japan and Europe because AmericansHateTingle. (If you want to play it, import it- it's region-free!) It received a sequel, ''Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love'', which revolved around women instead of money, but this was never released outside of Japan. There was also a ''Balloon Fight'' [[DolledUpInstallment Clone]]-SpinOff featuring Tingle released prior to both games.

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Despite being generally well-received, it was only released in Japan and Europe because AmericansHateTingle. (If you want to play it, import it- it's region-free!) It received a sequel, ''Ripened Tingle's Balloon Trip of Love'', which revolved around women instead of money, but this was never released outside of Japan. There was also a ''Balloon Fight'' ''VideoGame/BalloonFight'' [[DolledUpInstallment Clone]]-SpinOff featuring Tingle released prior to both games.


* BigEater: Dave, the son f the Chef.

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* BigEater: Dave, the son f of the Chef.



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* AliensStealCattle: Aliens had abducted the cows of Lon Lon Meadow and brought them back (a possible reference to ''MajorasMask''). The cows Tingle encounters all sport purple alien heads.

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* AliensStealCattle: Aliens had abducted the cows of Lon Lon Meadow and brought them back (a possible reference to ''MajorasMask'').''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask''). The cows Tingle encounters all sport purple alien heads.

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