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* AGodAmI: The Great Elder seems to think he is, if his running around with a cardboard cutout of a halo and a cloud strapped onto him is any indication. He even goes by ''Kami-sama'' ("god" in Japanese) in the original version of the game.
** Although it's probably just a ploy to fool the Munchables, and it apparently worked, since they made him their leader...
* AchillesHeel: The Legendary Orb on most of the bosses.
* AliensSpeakingEnglish
* AmbiguousGender: All of the Tabemon Monsters are referred to as "it", even ones like Brocco Lee who appear clearly male.
* AmbiguousSituation: It's never outright confirmed if the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or aliens that coincidentally look like food. There's also the question of why the Great Elder, who's a Tabemon Monster himself, has no problem with the Munchables cannibalizing his own race.
* AsteroidsMonster: Any enemy that's bigger than you.
* BackgroundBoss: Both Great Grapey and Big Choco.
* BarrierChangeBoss: King Pumpkin.
* BigBad: Don Onion.
* BigBoosHaunt: Ghost Mansion.
* BigEater: The protagonists, Chomper and Munchy.
** The planet Star Ving essentially has this as its [[PlanetOfHats hat]]. The Munchables are explicitly described as doing nothing but eating and growing their whole lives, to the point that hunger is [[UpToEleven literally their only drive in life]].

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\n* %%* AGodAmI: The Great Elder seems to think he is, if his running around with a cardboard cutout of a halo and a cloud strapped onto him is any indication. He even goes by ''Kami-sama'' ("god" in Japanese) in the original version of the game.
** Although it's probably just a ploy to fool the Munchables, and it apparently worked, since they made him their leader...
*
%%* AchillesHeel: The Legendary Orb on most of the bosses.
* %%* AliensSpeakingEnglish
* AmbiguousGender: All of the Tabemon Monsters are referred to as "it", even ones like Brocco Lee who appear clearly male.
incredibly masculine or feminine, like Broco Lee.
* AmbiguousSituation: It's never outright confirmed if the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or aliens that coincidentally look like food. There's also the question of why the Great Elder, who's a Tabemon Monster himself, has no problem with the Munchables cannibalizing his own race.
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food.
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AsteroidsMonster: Any enemy that's bigger than you.
* %%* BackgroundBoss: Both Great Grapey and Big Choco.
* %%* BarrierChangeBoss: King Pumpkin.
* %%* BigBad: Don Onion.
* %%* BigBoosHaunt: Ghost Mansion.
* BigEater: The protagonists, Chomper and Munchy.
** The planet Star Ving essentially has this as its
Munchy are always hungry and eat anything and everything they can get their mouths on, even if it's not supposed to be edible, including part of the Great Elder on occasion. Every Munchable is [[PlanetOfHats hat]]. The Munchables are explicitly described as doing nothing but eating and growing their whole lives, lives]], to the point that hunger is [[UpToEleven literally their only drive in life]].



* BubblyClouds: Blue Blue Sky.

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* %%* BubblyClouds: Blue Blue Sky.



* ConvectionShmonvection: Level Two of Mount Brim.
* ConvenientWeaknessPlacement: Mostly Big Fishy, for the giant shells.
* DieChairDie: Some crates contain nothing, while some contain power-ups.
* EndgamePlus: Defeating spoiler: King Pumpkin unlocks a new character, a robotic Munchable called "Robo," and Mirror Mode.
* EveryBulletIsATracer: Enemy attacks.
* ExpositionBreak: Completing an island after meeting Don Onion will cause the Great Elder to expound his relationship with him; they used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters together, but the Great Elder discovered that Don Onion was stitching Tabemon monsters together in an attempt to create powerful creatures to rule to universe with. The Great Elder left the planet in disgust and never looked back.
* ExcusePlot: An armada of space pirates who look like or are AnthropomorphicFood invade a planet inhabited by ravenous gluttons and steal their food source. Go eat them, recover the orbs, and save the planet.
* FlyingOnACloud: The Great Elder gets around via flying cloud... but it's actually just a cardboard cutout of a cloud affixed to his chest.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Munchables appear to be crapping out acorns. And then there are the contrarily named Legendary Orbs, which are shaped more like... something else entirely.
* GreenHillZone: Star Ving Island.
* CuteBruiser: Munchy.
* HailfirePeaks: Mount Brim.
* HeWasRightThereAllAlong: All of the bosses.

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* %%* ConvectionShmonvection: Level Two of Mount Brim.
* %%* ConvenientWeaknessPlacement: Mostly Big Fishy, for the giant shells.
* %%* DieChairDie: Some crates contain nothing, while some contain power-ups.
* EndgamePlus: Defeating spoiler: King Pumpkin [[spoiler:King Pumpkin]] unlocks a new character, a robotic Munchable called "Robo," "Robo", and Mirror Mode.
* %%* EveryBulletIsATracer: Enemy attacks.
* ExpositionBreak: Completing an island after meeting Don Onion will cause the Great Elder to expound his relationship with him; they used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters together, but the Great Elder discovered that Don Onion was secretly stitching Tabemon monsters together in an attempt to create powerful creatures to rule to universe with. The Great Elder left the planet in disgust and never looked back.
* ExcusePlot: An armada of space pirates who look like or are like/are AnthropomorphicFood invade a planet inhabited by ravenous gluttons and steal their food source. Go eat them, recover the orbs, and save the planet.
* FlyingOnACloud: PlayedForLaughs. The Great Elder looks like he gets around via flying cloud... cloud, but it's actually just a cardboard cutout of a cloud affixed to his chest.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The Munchables appear to be crapping out acorns. And then there are the contrarily named Legendary Orbs, which are shaped more like... something else entirely.
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well, the common Japanese depiction of poop.
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GreenHillZone: Star Ving Island.
* %%* CuteBruiser: Munchy.
* %%* HailfirePeaks: Mount Brim.
* HeWasRightThereAllAlong: All Every boss stage barring the final one will begin with the Great Elder, Chomper/Munchy/Robo, and the tag-along of that island (if there is one) walking into the scene and having a short conversation, before something happens and the boss rises out of the bosses.ground.



** The name of the planet, Star Ving.
** Brocco-Lee, the first boss.
* JungleJapes: Level One of Pot-Belly Ruins.
* LethalLavaLand: Mount Brim.
* LevelAte: Every level, pretty much, but special mention goes to the Dessert Factory.
* MiniBoss: In the second level of each world. Level 2 of World 8 has you fight the Minibosses of the previous seven worlds.
* MirrorWorld: Every level can be played in reverse after defeating [[spoiler: King Pumpkin]].
* MushroomMan: Some of the enemies, as well as Mushroom Thriller, the boss of Ghost Manor.
* MultiStageBattle: King Pumpkin.
* NightOfTheLivingMooks: Most of the enemies in Ghost Mansion.
* OlympusMons: While you don't catch them (you eat them), the Tabemon Monsters.
* OurMonstersAreWeird: Both the Munchables and the Tabemon Monsters.
* PalmtreePanic: Level One of Gulp Sea.
* PlotCoupons: Legendary Orbs and Acorns.
* PowerUpMotif: The same score for every power-up.
* PurelyAestheticGender: Averted. Munchy (female) is faster, while Chomper (male) is stronger.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The protagonists and most of the Tabemon Monsters.
* RuinsForRuinsSake: Level One of Pot-Belly Ruins.
* ShiftingSandLand: Level Two of Pot-Belly Ruins.
* ShoutOut: The name of the Ghost Mansion's boss, [[Music/MichaelJackson Mushroom Thriller]].

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** The name of the planet, Star Ving.
** Brocco-Lee,
Ving, is just "starving" with a space, obviously referencing the Munchables being {{Big Eater}}s.
** The
first boss.
*
boss, a giant, anthropomorphic broccoli, is called "Broco Lee".
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JungleJapes: Level One of Pot-Belly Ruins.
* %%* LethalLavaLand: Mount Brim.
* %%* LevelAte: Every level, pretty much, but special mention goes to the Dessert Factory.
* MiniBoss: In the The second level of each world. world has a miniboss you need to find and eat. Level 2 of World 8 instead has you fight the Minibosses of the previous seven worlds.
* MirrorWorld: Every level can be played in reverse after defeating [[spoiler: King [[spoiler:King Pumpkin]].
* %%* MushroomMan: Some of the enemies, as well as Mushroom Thriller, the boss of Ghost Manor.
* %%* MultiStageBattle: King Pumpkin.
* %%* NightOfTheLivingMooks: Most of the enemies in Ghost Mansion.
* %%* OlympusMons: While you don't catch them (you eat them), the Tabemon Monsters.
* %%* OurMonstersAreWeird: Both the Munchables and the Tabemon Monsters.
* %%* PalmtreePanic: Level One of Gulp Sea.
* %%* PlotCoupons: Legendary Orbs and Acorns.
* %%* PowerUpMotif: The same score for every power-up.
* PurelyAestheticGender: Averted. Munchy (female) is faster, faster and her roll lasts longer but is hard to control, while Chomper (male) is stronger.
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stronger and has a straightforward short roll.
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RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The protagonists and most of the Tabemon Monsters.
* %%* RuinsForRuinsSake: Level One of Pot-Belly Ruins.
* %%* ShiftingSandLand: Level Two of Pot-Belly Ruins.
* %%* ShoutOut: The name of the Ghost Mansion's boss, [[Music/MichaelJackson Mushroom Thriller]].



* SpaceZone: [[spoiler: Fort Entree, the Tabemon Monsters' space fleet and the final world of the game.]]
* SpringsSpringsEverywhere
* TennisBoss: Great Grapey and Big Choco.

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* %%* SpaceZone: [[spoiler: Fort [[spoiler:Fort Entree, the Tabemon Monsters' space fleet and the final world of the game.]]
* %%* SpringsSpringsEverywhere
* %%* TennisBoss: Great Grapey and Big Choco.



* TubeTravel: Sort of. Going into holes in the sea floor of Gulp Sea, Level Two, will make you pop out of another hole.
* UnderTheSea: Level Two of Gulp Sea

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* TubeTravel: Sort of. Going into holes in the sea floor of in level two of Gulp Sea, Level Two, Sea will make play a short animation and have you pop out of another hole.
* %%* UnderTheSea: Level Two of Gulp Sea



* WalkDontSwim: Also Level Two of Gulp Sea.

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* %%* WalkDontSwim: Also Level Two of Gulp Sea.


* AmbiguousGender: All of the Tabemon Monsters are referred to as "it", even ones like Brocco Lee who appear clearly male.



* LevelAte: Every level, pretty much...

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* LevelAte: Every level, pretty much...much, but special mention goes to the Dessert Factory.


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* MushroomMan: Some of the enemies, as well as Mushroom Thriller, the boss of Ghost Manor.


* BossSubtitles

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* CollisionDamage

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* HumanCannonball

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* %%* HumanCannonball



* TimeTrial

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* %%* TimeTrial



* VentPhysics
* WalkDontSwim: Level Two of Gulp Sea.

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* %%* VentPhysics
* WalkDontSwim: Also Level Two of Gulp Sea.


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[[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]] is a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The primary inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are a race of gluttonous creatures who spend their days chowing down from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, a fleet of UFOs appear from a hole in space and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables' food supply. Then the UFOs deploy an army of creatures called "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc on Star Ving. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...

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[[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]] is a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The primary inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are a race of gluttonous creatures who spend their days chowing down from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, a fleet of UFOs [=UFOs=] appear from a hole in space and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables' food supply. Then the UFOs [=UFOs=] deploy an army of creatures called "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc on Star Ving. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles Munchables love to sink their teeth into...


* ExpositionBreak: Completing an island after meeting Don Onion will cause the Great Elder to expound his relationship with him; they used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters together, but the Great Elder discovered that Don Onion was stitching Tabemon monsters together, in an attempt to create powerful creatures to rule to universe with. The Great Elder left the planet in disgust and never looked back.

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* ExpositionBreak: Completing an island after meeting Don Onion will cause the Great Elder to expound his relationship with him; they used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters together, but the Great Elder discovered that Don Onion was stitching Tabemon monsters together, together in an attempt to create powerful creatures to rule to universe with. The Great Elder left the planet in disgust and never looked back.


* ExpositionBreak: Later in the game, Don Onion appears and tells the player that he and the Great Elder used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters. But one night, the Great Elder overheard Don in his evil lab. Don Onion was creating horrid mutated Tabemon monsters in an attempt to rule to universe.

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* ExpositionBreak: Later in the game, Completing an island after meeting Don Onion appears and tells the player that he and will cause the Great Elder to expound his relationship with him; they used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters. But one night, monsters together, but the Great Elder overheard Don in his evil lab. discovered that Don Onion was creating horrid mutated was stitching Tabemon monsters together, in an attempt to create powerful creatures to rule to universe.universe with. The Great Elder left the planet in disgust and never looked back.


* BarrierChangeBoss: [[spoiler: King Pumpkin]].

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* BarrierChangeBoss: [[spoiler: King Pumpkin]].Pumpkin.



* EndgamePlus: Defeating [[spoiler: King Pumpkin]] unlocks a new character, a robotic Munchable called "Robo," and Mirror Mode.

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* EndgamePlus: Defeating [[spoiler: spoiler: King Pumpkin]] Pumpkin unlocks a new character, a robotic Munchable called "Robo," and Mirror Mode.



* ExpositionBreak: Later in the game, [[spoiler: Don Onion appears and tells the player that he and the Great Elder used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters. But one night, the Great Elder overheard Don in his evil lab. Don Onion was creating horrid mutated Tabemon monsters in an attempt to rule to universe.]]

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* ExpositionBreak: Later in the game, [[spoiler: game, Don Onion appears and tells the player that he and the Great Elder used to be good friends, raising happy Tabemon monsters. But one night, the Great Elder overheard Don in his evil lab. Don Onion was creating horrid mutated Tabemon monsters in an attempt to rule to universe.]]


''The Munchables'' was a 3D PlatformGame developed by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. The game combined elements from two of Namco's other series, ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''. The game takes place on [[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]], a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The main inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are happy, gluttonous creatures who spend their day eating from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, a fleet of space pirates appear and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables' food supply. Then, the space pirates' ships deploy an army of "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc all over the planet. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...

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''The Munchables'' was a 3D PlatformGame developed by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. The game combined elements from two of Namco's other series, ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''. The game takes place on ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''.

[[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]], Ving]] is a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The main primary inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are happy, a race of gluttonous creatures who spend their day eating days chowing down from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, a fleet of space pirates UFOs appear from a hole in space and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables' food supply. Then, Then the space pirates' ships UFOs deploy an army of creatures called "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc all over the planet.on Star Ving. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...



* AmbiguousSituation: Whether the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or monsters that just so happen to look like food is never touched upon. Then again, it probably wouldn't stop the Munchables from chowing down on them, anyway.
* AnthropomorphicFood: The Tabemon Monsters. [[spoiler: Maybe...]].

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* AmbiguousSituation: Whether It's never outright confirmed if the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or monsters aliens that just so happen to coincidentally look like food is never touched upon. Then again, it probably wouldn't stop food. There's also the question of why the Great Elder, who's a Tabemon Monster himself, has no problem with the Munchables from chowing down on them, anyway.
* AnthropomorphicFood: The Tabemon Monsters. [[spoiler: Maybe...]].
cannibalizing his own race.


* ExcusePlot: An armada of space pirates who look exactly like they're AnthropomorphicFood invade a planet inhabited by ravenous gluttons.

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* ExcusePlot: An armada of space pirates who look exactly like they're or are AnthropomorphicFood invade a planet inhabited by ravenous gluttons.gluttons and steal their food source. Go eat them, recover the orbs, and save the planet.


''The Munchables'' was a 3D PlatformGame developed by Creator/NamcoBandai for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. The game combined elements from two of Namco's other series, ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''. The game takes place on [[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]], a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The main inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are happy, gluttonous creatures who spend their day eating from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, a fleet of space pirates appear and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables' food supply. Then, the space pirates' ships deploy an army of "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc all over the planet. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...

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''The Munchables'' was a 3D PlatformGame developed by Creator/NamcoBandai Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. The game combined elements from two of Namco's other series, ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''. The game takes place on [[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]], a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The main inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are happy, gluttonous creatures who spend their day eating from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, a fleet of space pirates appear and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables' food supply. Then, the space pirates' ships deploy an army of "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc all over the planet. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...


* AmbiguousSituation: Whether the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or just aliens that LOOK like food. The Munchables are eating them for the obvious reasons that they LOOK like food and they've invaded and taken over their planet, but the Great Elder has absolutely no qualms letting them do so [[spoiler: despite the fact he's allowing the Munchables to pretty much kill off his entire race]]. It makes you wonder why the Great Elder didn't bother trying to think of a second option...

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* AmbiguousSituation: Whether the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or monsters that just aliens that LOOK like food. The Munchables are eating them for the obvious reasons that they LOOK so happen to look like food and they've invaded and taken over their planet, but the Great Elder has absolutely no qualms letting them do so [[spoiler: despite the fact he's allowing is never touched upon. Then again, it probably wouldn't stop the Munchables to pretty much kill off his entire race]]. It makes you wonder why the Great Elder didn't bother trying to think of a second option...from chowing down on them, anyway.



* ExcusePlot: An armada of space pirates who look exactly like produce invade a planet inhabited by ravenous gluttons.

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* ExcusePlot: An armada of space pirates who look exactly like produce they're AnthropomorphicFood invade a planet inhabited by ravenous gluttons.



* OlympusMons: While you don't catch them (you eat them), Tabemon.

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* OlympusMons: While you don't catch them (you eat them), Tabemon.the Tabemon Monsters.
* OurMonstersAreWeird: Both the Munchables and the Tabemon Monsters.


* AmbiguousSituation: Whether the Tabemon Monsters are either AnthropomorphicFood or just aliens that LOOK like food. The Munchables are eating them for the obvious reasons that they LOOK like food and they've invaded and taken over their planet, but the Great Elder has absolutely no qualms letting them do so [[spoiler: despite the fact he's allowing the Munchables to pretty much kill off his entire race]]. It makes you wonder why the Great Elder didn't bother trying to think of a second option...
* AnthropomorphicFood: The Tabemon Monsters. [[spoiler: Maybe...]].



* LevelAte: World Six, the Dessert Factory.

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* LevelAte: World Six, the Dessert Factory.Every level, pretty much...


''The Munchables'' was a 3D PlatformGame developed by Creator/NamcoBandai for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. The game combined elements from two of Namco's other series, ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''. The game takes place on [[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]], a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The main inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are happy, gluttonous creatures who spend their day eating from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, n fleet of space pirates appear and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables food supply. And if that isn't enough the space pirate ships deploy an army of "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc all over the planet. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...

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''The Munchables'' was a 3D PlatformGame developed by Creator/NamcoBandai for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. The game combined elements from two of Namco's other series, ''VideoGame/PacMan'' and ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''. The game takes place on [[IncrediblyLamePun Star Ving]], a planet with several islands that are all connected together by rainbows. The main inhabitants of Star Ving are the Munchables. Led by the mysterious Great Elder, the Munchables are happy, gluttonous creatures who spend their day eating from an endless supply of food created by magical artifacts called Legendary Orbs. But one day, n a fleet of space pirates appear and steal the Legendary Orbs, destroying the rainbows connecting the islands and cutting off the Munchables Munchables' food supply. And if that isn't enough Then, the space pirate pirates' ships deploy an army of "Tabemon Monsters" all over the islands to wreck havoc all over the planet. It's up to the Great Elder and the game's protagonists, two Munchables named Chomper and Munchy, to traverse the islands of Star Ving, retrieve the Legendary Orbs, and defeat the Tabemon Monsters. And unfortunately for the monsters, they bear a rather uncanny resemblance to the various foods the Munchbles love to sink their teeth into...

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