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* AlternateContinuity: It is set in a different continuity from the first game.



* SequelDifficultyDrop: Drastically easier than its predecessor due to its lack of the GuideDangIt elements from the original.


* LivingDrawing: Maybe. The Chef who serves as the boss of Candy World is drawn into the arena. He did exist prior to the battle, so it's not clear what the signifance of him being drawn in is. He does not have an art theme either, but rather a cooking and a constellation theme.



* SamusIsAGirl: Amon actualy is a demon girl.

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* SequelDifficultyDrop: Drastically easier than its predecessor due to its lack of the GuideDangIt elements from the original.


* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Amon's "demon girl" form much more realistic than everyone else.

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* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Amon's "demon girl" looks form much more realistic than everyone else.


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* SamusIsAGirl: Amon actualy is a demon girl.

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* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Amon's "demon girl" form much more realistic than everyone else.


* BishonenLine: [[BigBad Amon]], whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.

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* BishonenLine: [[BigBad Amon]], whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.demon girl.


''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.

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''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft Creator/HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.


** The sixth boss is a [[{{Kirby}} a moon and a sun, which seems like an expy of a certain boss duo.]]

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** The sixth boss is a [[{{Kirby}} [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} a moon and a sun, which seems like an expy of a certain boss duo.]]


* BishonenLine: Amon, whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.

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* BishonenLine: Amon, [[BigBad Amon]], whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.

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* BishonenLine: Amon, whose weaker form is basically Majin Buu but green, while is stronger form is a tall, handsome man with long hair and a skintight black outfit.

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* GustyGlade: Both worlds 1 and 5 have a level with high winds which blow you around and send enemies at you like lethal tumbleweed.


''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the {{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.

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''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Heart-Pounding Big Adventure'' (''Milon no [=DokiDoki=] Daibouken'') is a game released only on the SuperFamicom UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom in Japan, made by HudsonSoft in 1996. The game is a sequel to ''[[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle Milon's Secret Castle]]''. It was later released on the {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} via Virtual Console in Japan, Europe and North America (under the "import" category) in 2008. There is also a fan translation of the game, titled ''Doremi Fantasy: Milon's Quest''.

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* HitPoints: Milon can get a total of 3 hit points by collecting clothes. Getting hit with the green outfit on puts you down to blue, then to red, and getting hit while wearing the red outfit is death.


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* JumpPhysics: It wouldn't be a platformer without them.


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* NintendoHard: Just as much so as [[VideoGame/MilonsSecretCastle its predecessor]], though thankfully this time it's honestly hard without the first game's FakeDifficulty.


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** Possibly unintentional, Milon's green outfit is slightly reminiscent of Link from ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''.

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* KidHero: Milon, of course.


** Amon's first form looks an ''awful lot'' like Majin Buu from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', only without the antenna and colored green instead of pink. (Notably, he does flash pink when taking damage.)

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** Amon's first form looks an ''awful lot'' like Majin Buu from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', only without the antenna (or maybe it's just obscured by his crown?) and colored green instead of pink. (Notably, he does flash pink when taking damage.)

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