1. Don’t Starve
Don’t Starve is a survival game that takes players to a rather large world, where they will experience a new life in the true sense of the word but equally humorous. The structure of this game revolves around a character having to withstand the harshness of nature when living alone in the middle of a desolate land. Where players will have to automatically hunt and pick fruit to find food. In addition, they can also raise more livestock to get food and other items, to create new types of equipment.
Worm Holes (worm hole) in Don’t Starve is a method of changing positions quite strange and also quite good in “Don’t starve”. Basically, it looks like the mouth of a living creature, when you get into it, you can quickly teleport between points on the map. The price to pay for this method of travel is your Sanity score.
Even so, there are still extremely wormholes… traps. There are a few wormholes after you finish using it, it disappears, leaving you struggling to find another way. However, it also partly confirms that the wormhole is a living organism and not a cave.
2. Super Mario Bros.
If you’ve ever played video games as a child, gamers will certainly be familiar with the sewer pipes in Mario. Occasionally, these pipes have a carnivorous plant that crawls up and bites the player if they don’t jump to another place quickly. That blue column is actually called the Warp Zone, it is often quickly teleported by gamers to the starting position of a new floor, as if they don’t have to pass all the levels.
For the Warp Zone in the game Super Mario Bros: The Lost Level, the function is slightly different. You will only have one green pillar to get into, and depending on the column you choose you can even return to the previous level if you want. However, The Lost Level has a rule that if you use the Warp Zone to fast travel, the 9th level (World 9) will be locked. This will force you to restart the game if you want to clear the island.
3. Hollow Knight
Usually when it comes to fast travel, gamers will often think of the scene where the screen where the main character is standing will darken and then light up in another location. However, in Hollow Knight, fast travel is not simply blinking off the screen and then teleporting the character, it will display a cutscene where you are riding a Last Stag running to the location you want fast travel to.
The Last Stag is the only surviving giant beetle of its kind. During the heyday of Hallownest, the Last Stag’s race was often used as a means of transporting people and goods overland via Stagway Station, but after the fall of Hallownest most Stagway stations were closed. closed and this species also died out. The fact that instead of quickly teleporting the character to where it needs to go, Hollow Knight uses a cutscene where the main character rides Last Stag through the maps in the game will create more impression on players.