The game takes place on the continent of Mudos on Oddworld with 25 levels to complete.
There are 3 endings in Oddworld - Munch's Oddysee and they are the Angelic Quarma Ending, Neutral Quarma Ending and the Bad Quarma Ending.
If you rescued over half of the species then you get the good ending and get to play 2 other levels. If you didn't rescue at least half then you get the bad ending.
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Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee is a 2003 video game, released for the Gameboy Advance. It is the third game made by Oddworld Inhabitants, the second chapter of the Oddworld Quintology, following Abe’s Oddysee, and the third overall Oddworld game. Munch’s Oddysee features a selection of new species: the Vykkers, who act as researchers and conduct immoral experiments on other species; the Gabbits, a frog-like species that has been nearly driven to extinction thanks to Glukkons harvesting them; and the Fuzzles, a puffball-like species that the Vykkers frequently experiment on, causing them to be highly aggressive.
The game’s main protagonist and narrator is Munch, a Gabbit who is captured at the beginning, but subsequently breaks free thanks to a device that grants him new powers. While his story focuses on him rescuing Fuzzles and the last eggs of his species, the game is also joined by the Mudokon hero Abe, who assists in this task in order to find the eggs of unborn Mudokon being held by the Glukkons. The main antagonists of the game include the Vykkers researcher Humphrey, his colleague Irwin, and the Glukkon queen Lady Margaret, both of whom seek to stop the duo while achieving their own goals.
Following the destruction of RuptureFarms and SoulStorm Brewery, the Glukkons commercially harvest the froglike Gabbits nearly to extinction, harvesting them for their eggs, to create a caviar-based delicacy called “Gabbiar”, and their lungs, needed to replace their own because of their excessive chain-smoking habit. Munch, the last surviving Gabbit, is captured and brought to Vykkers Labs, a floating research fortress, where the Vykkers prepare to convert him into a slave to find animals for them, to allow them more time for their research.
After having an electronic device attached to his head for that purpose, Munch finds he can use it to help break free captured Fuzzles, who help him to break free from his own confinement. At the same time, the Mudokon hero Abe is instructed by the “Almighty Raisin”, an ancient oracular creature, to find and rescue Munch upon learning of his predicament. Abe reaches the Lab, just as Munch manages to escape via a waste chute, and work together to return to the Raisin.
Oddworld - Munch's Oddysee
North America: September 24, 2003
Art Co., Ltd
Game Boy Advance
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