They are the creatures that rescued. We can, however, refer to them as the , , , etc. While the Archipelago Gobbos show no sign of even imagining these things. The king of the Archipelago Gobbos, which inhabit the Forest Island in The , is named , while the names of the different kings of the Mainland are unknown. Although these Gobbos were not in Croc 2, a Cowboy Gobbo did make it into several official artworks for Croc 2. Each of the tribes is preoccupied with a certain culture which is reflected in their environment. There are four tribes of Gobbos in : the , the , the , and the.
The Gobbos are ruled by several different kings, each king ruling a portion of Gobbo land. They live a mostly peaceful life, with only Baron Dante and his minions causing them harm. It would have been inhabited by Cowboy and Native American Gobbos. This is evident when in the Gobbos are almost as tall as , while in , the Gobbos are only a third of 's height. Cowboy Gobbos There was to be a fifth Gobbo Village in Croc 2, with a western theme.
The Gobbos are a race of cute little fuzzballs native to and the. Below them are the normal Gobbos. In the logo for Argonaut Software Ltd. It was most likely at first planned to be in the game, but was scratched very early on in the development because it isn't featured in any screenshots or videos of Croc 2. Only a few years are known by modern Gobbos. Culture Village Hierarchy The Mainland Gobbos have a hierarchy which the Gobbos there strictly adhere to.
Language Like the islander Gobbos, the mainland variants are able to speak, and seem more adapted to a language than their islander counterparts. . Such as speed boats, hang gliders, lava lamps, trains, sewer systems, dynamite, go-karts, hot air balloons, cannons, Ginger Soda, and even planes. Unfortunately, it did not make it into the final game, it was cut out early in the development for an unknown reason. The King of the village is the leader of the village, with his subjects being at the second highest level.
They also appear to be much larger than islander Gobbos easily two feet taller. . . . . . .
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