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===''[[Nintendo Land]]''===
 
===''[[Nintendo Land]]''===
 
[[File:Geemer prize.png|thumb|300px|A Geemer prize in Nintendo Land Plaza]]
 
[[File:Geemer prize.png|thumb|300px|A Geemer prize in Nintendo Land Plaza]]
Animatronic Geemers are an enemy in the [[Metroid Blast]] attraction of the theme park. They are ground enemies that chase the [[Mii]] characters with the ability to move over walls. Initially, they appear as legless spiked spheres hovering just above the floor (or any other surface). They wander aimlessly until they spot a Mii, at which point they will make a beeline towards their target. When close enough, they unveil their four legs and, much like Geemers in ''Other M'', attack by lunging at the Mii. All Geemers have a large power button on the front of their body, which acts as their weakpoint.
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Animatronic Geemers are an enemy in the Metroid Blast attraction of the theme park. They are ground enemies that chase the [[Mii]] characters with the ability to move over walls. Initially, they appear as legless spiked spheres hovering just above the floor (or any other surface). They wander aimlessly until they spot a Mii, at which point they will make a beeline towards their target. When close enough, they unveil their four legs and, much like Geemers in ''Other M'', attack by lunging at the Mii. All Geemers have a large power button on the front of their body, which acts as their weakpoint.
   
 
There are three variants of Geemers. The standard type is lime green with blue spikes, and only takes one hit before being destroyed. A stronger variant is purple with green spikes; these Gemeers can fire homing [[Rocket]]s at Miis, and their blue power buttons must be shot three times to defeat them. A third type is black with red/black-striped spikes; although they can be destroyed with a single shot, these Geemers explode with a large purple blast radius, which can damage any nearby enemies but may also hurt Miis who are too close.
 
There are three variants of Geemers. The standard type is lime green with blue spikes, and only takes one hit before being destroyed. A stronger variant is purple with green spikes; these Gemeers can fire homing [[Rocket]]s at Miis, and their blue power buttons must be shot three times to defeat them. A third type is black with red/black-striped spikes; although they can be destroyed with a single shot, these Geemers explode with a large purple blast radius, which can damage any nearby enemies but may also hurt Miis who are too close.
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The Geemers are common enemies throughout the [[Assault Mission]] mode. Missions "1. First Contact", "2. Geemer Invasion", "11. Geemers!", and "21. More Geemers" focus specifically on fighting Geemers, while they also frequently appear in other missions such as "24. Kraid's Army". "Geemers!" and "More Geemers" both require the Mii players to destroy 100 Geemers in the [[Space Port]] within a time limit.
 
The Geemers are common enemies throughout the [[Assault Mission]] mode. Missions "1. First Contact", "2. Geemer Invasion", "11. Geemers!", and "21. More Geemers" focus specifically on fighting Geemers, while they also frequently appear in other missions such as "24. Kraid's Army". "Geemers!" and "More Geemers" both require the Mii players to destroy 100 Geemers in the [[Space Port]] within a time limit.
   
A Geemer is also an unlockable prize for the Nintendo Land Plaza. This Geemer uses the coloration of the standard variant. It is situated in front of the Pikmin Adventure attraction. When activated, its four legs come out of its round body, it rumbles, pounces and tries to strike the ground with its legs, then twirls to the right and retracts its legs.
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A Geemer is also an unlockable prize for the Nintendo Land Plaza. This Geemer uses the coloration of the standard variant. It is situated in front of ''Pikmin Adventure''. When activated, its four legs come out of its round body, it rumbles, pounces and tries to strike the ground with its legs, then twirls to the right and retracts its legs.
   
 
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