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Video Game / Fat Princess Adventures

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Fat Princess Adventures is the sequel game to 2009's Fat Princess and was released on the Play Station 4 in 2015.

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  • Adipose Rex
  • Bad Liar: The melon guards watching over Princess Muffintop just went on a walk, honest! Ignore the rinds and juices surrounding the princess, they're not important.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: The Princesses and the Lady of the Cake are considered this by the NPCs and the narrator.
    Narrator: I wonder if the Lady of the Cake has a sister...
  • Big Eater: Not just the princess anymore! In fact, only the player character can eat cake in order to grow larger and perform attacks with their bare hands.
  • Darker and Edgier: This time, there's an actual villain, and there is fighting involved.
  • Enemy Mine: The Red and Blue Kingdoms call a truce in order to defeat the Bitter Queen, turning the war torn lands of Titania into the united kingdom of Great Bitten. That said, it's clear that the old rivalries still exist, especially with the two kings.
  • Empowering Lake Lady: The Lady of the Cake, a voluptuous mermaid who arises from the Lost Lake to the sound of seductive music and grants the player the Golden Cake.
  • For the Evulz: The Bitter Queen wants to destroy everything sweet just because.
  • Friendly Fireproof: Averted. Transmutation potions will affect both enemies and allies.
  • Genre Shift: The first game was a 32 player, Real-Time Strategy game. This is a four player, hack and slash game.
  • God Save Us from the Queen!: The Bitter Queen, who is the villain of the game.
  • Healing Potion: Replaces the Regenerating Health of the first game. It should be noted that the potion will only heal the player who drinks it and not his or her allies.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Captain Two Patches of the Vegan Pirates. His blindness meant he spent his final years thinking he was at sea when, in fact, he and his crew hadn't left port in years. And in his final moments he handed his map to the Temple of the Cake to who he thought was a loyal cabin boy who was, in fact, the player who had killed him in order to steal the map in the first place!
  • Lemony Narrator: The narrator is never short on wisecracks and witty commentary.
  • Pirates: Of the brute variety, The Vegan Pirates rob, kidnap, torture and eat the Melonites.
  • Plant Person: The Melonites. Unfortunately for them, being made of food makes them targets or the Vegan Pirates... and Princess Muffintop.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: The Bitter Queen, knowing how incompetent her gobblings are, decides to just wait for the player to get the Ancient Recipe cookbook and steal it from them.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: The princesses, particularly Princess Muffintop, do more to help stop the Bitter Queen than their fathers.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Princess Muffintop has no issue going out into the field of battle with the hero.
    Princess Muffintop: Just because I look like a princess don't think I won't bring the hurt on you!
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: An early side mission has the player delivering love letters between a Red Kingdom citizen and a Blue Kingdom citizen who are both too nervous to be open with their relationship.
  • Suddenly Always Knew That: After a couple games of doing nothing but eating cake and being carried around, the Princesses now fight alongside the Adventurers with rainbow magic for combat and even healing. Must have been because of that battle royale.