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A staple in modern shooters. They hide, crawl, creep, climb and jump, and are usually pretty weak but hard to hit.
Most sinister beings. They burrow themselves inside their human victims, effectively taking over the body.
ChuChus are blob-like recurring enemies in the Legend of Zelda series.
A daedric creature associated with the Daedric Prince Mehrunes Dagon. Its head reflects physical damage.
A dog is an animal, of which there are estimated to be 400 million of in the world. Said to be man's best friend, they naturally appear in many video games.
Any game that involves jumping on an enemy's head as an attack, such as in Super Mario Bros.
Spider-like parasitic animals from an unknown universe with amazing powers of genetic transformation. Introduced in the original Half-Life, headcrabs come in several varieties, all of which are incredibly dangerous to unsuspecting or unprepared humans.
A half human, half reptile mutant introduced in Resident Evil, Hunters recur throughout the series in numerous forms.
A shadowy race intent on ripping all of the planet Aether into darkness in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.
It's arguably the one move that symbolizes the medium to those outside it. The ability to jump, be it onto a building, a platform, or a skull, is one of the all time most important abilities ever put in a video game.
a jumping or leaping kick often portrayed in action movies.
A method of attempting to scare the player by the sudden unexpected occurrence of an event - often accompanied by some sort of audio sting.
They're kleers. They're skeletons. They're faster than you and they have a nasty habit of lunging towards you. They're also big fans of tossing projectiles at you, so don't think that you can snipe them without moving an inch.
Fish that are just as dangerous out of water as they are in it.
Lions are currently the second largest felines on Earth. They are often referred to as the king of the jungle.
Mythological creatures with the body of the human and the head of a bull. They are often found in video game dungeons, waiting for foolhardy players to stumble upon their lairs. Sometimes they're mindlessly violent, other times they're oddly peaceful and in tune with the world around them.
Necromorphs are the enemies in the Dead Space franchise. The Necromorph infection uses deceased bodies as hosts and forms hideously mutated shapes to adapt to more effective killing styles. Originally encountered on deep-space mining colony Aegis VII, it is believed that the infection originated from the Red Marker.
Enemies rushing off cliffs in order to get the protagonist or enemies that are sent to the abyss by the protagonist.
Scorpions are an eight-legged arachnids with two large pincers and a venomous stinger on the tail, used to kill or subdue prey and defend against aggressors. Though their sting can be very painful to humans, few scorpion species can kill a healthy adult.
Skags are vicious, dog-like creatures found in Borderlands. Skags will attack anything that isn't another skag on sight, tearing into them with razor-sharp claws and teeth, and their ability to jump surprising distances for facial attacks. Some have even developed the ability to spit wads of corrosive acid at prey.
Snappers are raptor-like creatures that stalk and attack their prey with reckless abandon.
An eight legged arachnid. Some make webs to catch prey and some are poisonous. None have made a web grand enough to be called a parlor, though.
Tarantulas are described as "fuzzy" creatures for their small amount of fur/hair ,which causes itchiness from some of these spiders. Although they rarely attack people in most places, they will bite the person, iflicting painful liquids or venom, however most have been said that they inflict more itchiness than venom.
A species of striped feline.
Mutated mammals with incredible speed and strength, the result of genetic modification experiments.
Found in Fallout 3, the Yao Guai are bears that have been mutated due to radiation.
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