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Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen!
In Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen!, a giant-sized Bloober appears from underneath an underwater ship that rises after Mario and Kibidango board it. It catches up to them and wraps its arms around the ship. Mario and Kibidango cartoonishly blow onto the sails, making the ship move faster and releasing it from the Bloober's grip, much to its confusion.
Mario Party series
Mario Party 6
In Mario Party 6, a Giant Blooper makes an appearance in the Blooper Scooper minigame. Here, players have to avoid the whirlpool that the Giant Blooper creates. This Blooper also appears in the "Blooper, Ahoy" and "It Came From the Deep" pages of the Miracle Book. Unlike most Bloopers, which only have stubby arms, the Giant Blooper has at least three long tentacles in this appearance, despite real squid only having two.
Mario Party 9
Mario Party 10
In Mario Party 10, Mega Blooper is fought at the end of Whimsical Waters, in a castle, in the minigame Mega Blooper's Bubble Battle. Mega Blooper causes bubbles to rise, and these bubbles contain half a picture. In the bottom of the screen, a static picture or more shows the other half. Players must choose the correct half in a bubble to deal damage to Mega Blooper and earn a point. Mega Blooper can disrupt the fight by splashing ink on the screen. At half health, it becomes enraged. It can swim rapidly in a circle to make bubbles more confusing and harder to hit while also spawning Bloopers to attack players that have matched their cards incorrectly. The player who deals the final hit to Mega Blooper earns an additional five points and defeats Mega Blooper.
Mario Party: Star Rush
Mega Blooper reappears in Mario Party: Star Rush again as a boss. Players engage it in any board and at any time, provided they land on the boss space. Mega Blooper is a less aggressive boss in its minigame, Mega Blooper's Bayside Bop. Instead, it plays as a role of a conductor. It summons Bloopers depending on the amount of players participating and it throws a beach ball. The Bloopers hit the beach ball in specific rhythm. The Mega Blooper then throws another beach ball. To earn points, players then have to time hitting these beach balls the same way the Bloopers have done. After they are done, the players randomly shift positions. In the second half of the minigame, the Mega Blooper increases the tempo. The player that deals the last hit to empty the meter earns an additional three points. After the minigame is finished, Mega Blooper finishes conducting and leaves.
Super Mario Party
Mega Blooper makes an appearance in Super Mario Party as an event character in Megafruit Paradise. When players land on the Event Space, it will attempt to knock players off the bridge and back to the space they came from. They also appear in River Survival in the Blooper Pools route where they attempt to draw the players in with their whirlpool.
Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix
In Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix, Big Blooper appears in World 2-4. After entering the whirlpool in the SS Brass, Mario/Luigi and Toad enter a temple which holds the next Music Key. Big Blooper guards it, so Mario/Luigi must face it in a dance-off. During the music, Blooper Bop, mini-Bloopers and Big Blooper's tentacle are additional steps alongside the standard arrows. Missing the mini-Bloopers will cover the bottom of the screen with ink, giving Mario/Luigi less time to see the arrows. Big Blooper's tentacles also rise up from the bottom of the screen at a faster speed that the mini-Blooper, and on harder difficulties, more than one tentacle rise at once. The tentacles must be repelled by stepping on them so the player does not lose points.
Paper Mario series
Super Paper Mario
Paper Mario: The Origami King
A Big Blooper makes a cameo appearance in Paper Mario: The Origami King. If Mario goes too close to the edges of the Great Sea, a Big Blooper holding a sign comes out of the water and prevents him from going any further. Another one can be fished up on Full Moon Island.
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, a Big Blooper based on the boss from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door appears in the background of the Paper Mario stage when it changes to the S.S. Flavion. It rocks the boat around, but does not cause any direct damage to fighters.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Big Blooper returns on the Paper Mario stage with the same role as it did previously.
Super Mario Maker series
In Super Mario Maker, Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS, and Super Mario Maker 2, Big Bloopers appear as Bloopers that can be enlarged with Super Mushrooms. They act the same as regular Bloopers, only bigger. They also appear in the Super Mario 3D World style, where they act like Bloopers in that game.
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Mario Party: Star Rush
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