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Dogolas in Godzilla Movie Studio Tour
Alternate names Dogoras, Dogorasu, Dogora
Designed by Minoru Yoshida

Dogolas (ドゴラス,   Dogorasu) is a kaiju that first appeared in the 1998 Godzilla game, Godzilla Movie Studio Tour.


Though the monster's name is written as "Dogolas" in the credits of the US version of Godzilla Movie Studio Tour, copyright information on the back of the box identifies it as "Dogoras" with an 'r.' Meanwhile, in the Japanese version of the game, Dogolas' name is not at all present in the credits, but instead replaced by Gigamoth. The game's box also strangely includes the copyright icon for Dogora, despite the monster never appearing in the game, likely being attributed to Dogolas. In the game's code, Dogolas is instead referred to by the romaji of its Japanese name, Dogorasu.

Video games

Godzilla Movie Studio Tour

Dogolas' sole official appearance came in Godzilla Movie Studio Tour alongside Bagan and Godzilla in the Publicity Dep., where players can create mock posters for their custom movie, and even print out the resulting creation. A variety of angles are supplied for use.


Concept art

Godzilla Movie Studio Tour

Video games

Godzilla Movie Studio Tour


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The Famous Yongary

13 months ago
Score 0
I see why it is unused.


14 months ago
Score 1
Definitely alien 👽

Godzilla vs Gipsy Danger

47 months ago
Score 3
How is this unused? It was used in the game, and wasn't scrapped from a film as far as we know.


47 months ago
Score 2

Uh, if by "used in a game" you mean only a few images with zero explanation as to what it even is.

But Dogolas is a very strange thing. Like I said, there's no explanation as to what it even is or would be used for, and why it was put in this game.
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