Two Incoming Chomps on the Saucer Planet of the Good Egg Galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy.


An Incoming Chomp chasing Mario on the Flipping Platforms Galaxy in the Chompworks Galaxy of Super Mario Galaxy.

Incoming Chomps, also known as Chomps, are enemies that appear in Super Mario Galaxy, Mario Kart Wii and Super Mario Galaxy 2. They are the most common out of all Chomps that appear in both games (the other Chomps are Chomp Pups, Silver Chomps, and Golden Chomps, their sub-species). They, along with their sub-species, are a sub-species of Chain Chomps. They are chainless Chain Chomps. In Super Mario Galaxy, they come out of circular holes and roll straight off the planet, damaging (and knocking over) Mario if he comes in contact with them. They can only be defeated if they come in contact with something, leaving behind a ton of Star Bits. Their sub-species, the Golden Chomp and Chomp Pup also appear in this game. In Mario Kart Wii, an Incoming Chomp appears on the Chain Chomp Wheel. It rolls around the mid-section of the battle course, squashing any competitors and opponents it comes in contact with. It looks exactly like the ones in Super Mario Galaxy. Some Incoming Chomps appeared in Mario Kart Wii competitions. In Super Mario Galaxy 2, Chomps reappear with a new sub-species, the Silver Chomp. Incoming Chomps first appear in the Flip-Swap Galaxy as a common enemy. They later reappear in the Chompworks Galaxy, where they make their most prominent appearance. Like before, Incoming Chomps can only be defeated if they collide into something, or the Gearmos trying to destroy them in the Chompworks Galaxy. Also like before, they knock over and damage Mario if he comes in contact with them. Their sub-species, the Golden Chomp and Chomp Pup, also reappear in Super Mario Galaxy 2.

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