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The unnamed spike enemy appeared in the cancelled [[Densetsu no Starfy (GBC)|Game Boy Color version of ''Densetsu no Starfy'']]. They were replaced by the non-sentient [[spike|spike trap objects]] in the final game. The design of this enemy is also found on [[mariowiki:Spike Trap|Spike Trap]] (Super Mario series), [[zeldawiki:Sea Urchin|Sea Urchin]] (The Legend of Zelda series), and [[wikirby:Gordo|Gordo]] (Kirby series).
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The unnamed spike enemy appeared in the cancelled [[Densetsu no Starfy (GBC)|Game Boy Color version of ''Densetsu no Starfy'']]. They were replaced by the non-sentient [[spike|spike trap objects]] in the final game. The design of this enemy is also found on [[mariowiki:Unibō|Unibō]]/[[mariowiki:Spike Trap|Spike Trap]] (Super Mario series), [[zeldawiki:Sea Urchin|Sea Urchin]] (The Legend of Zelda series), and [[wikirby:Gordo|Gordo]] (Kirby series).
  
 
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Located Coral Reef predecessor
First Appearance Densetsu no Starfy (GBC)
Latest Appearance Densetsu no Starfy (GBC)


The unnamed spike enemy appeared in the cancelled Game Boy Color version of Densetsu no Starfy. They were replaced by the non-sentient spike trap objects in the final game. The design of this enemy is also found on Unibō/Spike Trap (Super Mario series), Sea Urchin (The Legend of Zelda series), and Gordo (Kirby series).