Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
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Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (NSP, XCI) ROM + v1.0.1 Update

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee SWITCH ROM - Introducing Munch, the protagonist of the most bizarre and peculiar odyssey of all time. Unfortunately, his luck seems to have taken a turn for the worse.

App Name Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
Genres Action, Platformer, Puzzle
Realese Year 2020
Image Format NSP, XCI
Region USA
Latest Version 1.0.1
Language English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Required Firmware 9.2.0
File Size 761MB

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee Introducing Munch, the protagonist of the most bizarre and peculiar odyssey of all time. Unfortunately, his luck seems to have taken a turn for the worse. Imagine breaking your leg in a trap, being abducted by heartless scientists, having an extraterrestrial device implanted in your head, and discovering that your entire race is on the brink of extinction.

This is Munch’s current predicament, and he needs your help to save his fellow test subjects. This is a 2001 video game, 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.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee

Munch will do whatever it takes to rescue these creatures, who will become his lifelong allies and assist him in his escape. Once free, Munch joins forces with Abe and receives guidance from the wise Almighty Raisin. Working together is essential if they are to achieve their goals – for Munch, it’s to save his species, and for Abe, it’s to rescue his Mudokon comrades.

Abe and Munch use their unique abilities, power-ups, and other skills to seek revenge on the Vykkers, reclaim the final gabbit eggs on Oddworld, and rescue them from being packaged in a can of Gabbar. May the mysterious forces of Oddworld assist you on your journey.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee


Munch’s Oddysee was the first game in the Oddworld series in 3D, unlike the 2D Abe’s Oddysee and Abe’s Exoddus. Abe’s chant possession ability (enabling the player to control NPCs) was also changed: in Munch’s Oddysee, it appears as a small ball of energy that the player controls and must be earned by the collection of the spherical ‘spooceshrubs’, which may also be used for opening some locked doors. Other new features include Abe’s ability to pick up objects and people, and different vending machines, which supply new abilities for a brief moment.

The most significant new feature is the ability to switch control between Abe and Munch. Munch has his abilities, such as using his sonar to control the Snoozers from the control panel, as well as pick up grabbers. He can also swim in water, while Abe can not. In the game’s booklet, it warns that Abe can only possess Industrialists, but in gameplay, the player can possess all the creatures permitted in Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus, and, for the first time, Slogs (the reptilian hounds kept by the industrialists as guards), though the options for controlling non-Industrialists are very limited, and usually result in the victim’s destruction.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee


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 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.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee


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 from captured Fuzzles, who help him break free from his 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. Upon returning to see him, the Raisin reveals that both need to work together to get back into Vykkers Labs, where Abe can find the eggs of unborn Mudokons that he needs to save.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee

Although not willing to return, Munch learns that the only way to save his species from extinction is to recover the last can of Gabbiar in existence, which is due to be auctioned in the Labs. The duo discovers that the only way to infiltrate the Labs and the auction is to assist a lazy Glukkon named Lulu, who desires to achieve a fortune from other Glukkons and elevate himself to the highest social rank amongst his species. To assist in this, the duo tracks down and forces various wealthy Glukkons to donate their money to Lulu’s accounts, swiftly making him a multi-millionaire.

Lulu then heads to Vykkers Labs to bask in his new-found fame and wealth, to which Abe and Munch use the opportunity to break into the Labs. What happens next depends on the overall level of Quarma the player has attained by this point. If the player fails to rescue enough Fuzzles and Mudokon scrubs, attaining less than 50% Quarma, the duo finds themselves ambushed by the Fuzzles, who turn on them for not rescuing their kind from the Vykkers. As a result, Abe is killed and has his head displayed as a trophy, while Munch is killed by the Vykkers while extracting his lungs for the Glukkon queen, Lady Margaret.

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee

If the player achieves the level of “Black Quarma” (10% Quarma), it’s revealed additionally that the Gabbiar has been eaten and the Mudokon eggs have hatched into a new labor force. If the player has saved a reasonable number of Fuzzles and Mudokons scrubs, attaining 50% Quarma or more, the duo begins working to rescue the eggs of the Mudokons before the auction is to take place, sending them to a transport commandeered by Abe’s fellow Mudokons. Eventually, the duo manipulates Lulu to attend the auction and take part in it, with Abe managing to maintain control of him long enough to win the auction.

In the resulting chaos, the duo rescues the can of Gabbiar and escapes from the Labs. On the ship, As the duo leave across the skies, Abe and Munch watch as Vykkers Labs are destroyed by explosives planted within by the Fuzzles, and witness a second moon in the sky baring the footprint of the Gabbits on its face. If the player achieves the rank of “Angelic Quarma” (90% Quarma), it is revealed that in the aftermath of the destruction of Vykkers Labs, and the liberation of the Mudokon scrubs, Fuzzles and Mudokon eggs, the industrial economy is thrown into disarray with stock prices falling exponentially, and Lulu -who has been reduced to begging following his bankruptcy from winning the auction- is blamed for it.

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