In the worlds of the Klonoa franchise, the inhabitants speak a gibberish-like language based on the Japanese dialogue. This is an incomplete list of Phantomilian terms. Note: Some Phantomilian vocabulary is different when certain characters use them, such as Klonoa.
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Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament is a video game published by Namco and released on the Game Boy Advance in Japan in 2002 and North America in early 2005. As the third game in the Klonoa handheld series, the game retains many of the gameplay elements of the previous titles, while adding in a few of its own. As the third handheld Klonoa game, Dream Champ Tournament plays very similarly to the rest of the games in the series. Using traditional platformer elements, the player can move Klonoa left and right, moving the screen forward as they progress.
To defeat enemies, Klonoa will have to use his special weapon, the Wind Bullet, to pull them towards him so he can pick them up. From this position, he can either toss them forward to defeat other enemies, or use them to perform a double-jump to reach places he couldn’t normally. In addition, by holding the jump button, Klonoa can flap his large ears to float in place for a short time, which also somewhat increases his jump height or distance. The game consists of five worlds split into nine small levels called “visions”, including a boss level where Klonoa must compete in a foot-race with another adventurer and battle a boss at the same time.
One vision is also devoted to a special stage where Klonoa must navigate his hoverboard over water or other terrain while avoiding enemies. Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament takes place sometime after the events of Klonoa: Empire of Dreams and Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil. The game begins shortly after Klonoa defeats the King of Despair, and receives an invitation letter that floats from the sky telling him that he has been selected to compete in the prestigious “Dream Champ Tournament” among other accomplished adventurers for the title of “Greatest Hero” as well as a cash reward.
Klonoa 2 - Dream Champ Tournament
Japan: August 6, 2002
Game Boy Advance
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