Drip, Drip, Drip is the nineteenth stage and the fourth level in the fourth warp room in Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure. It is the final sewer themed level in the game and it features frogs that hinder Crash throughout the level.
Names in other languages
|Dutch||Drup, Drup, Drup||(same as English)|
|French||Goutte À Goutte||Drip by Drip|
|German||Feucht und Muffig||Damp and Musty|
|Italian||Plic, Plic, Plic||(same as English)|
|Poisonous Frog Hop|
|Spanish||Gota a Gota||Drop by Drop|
- This level's title is an allusion to the Chumbawamba song "Drip, Drip, Drip" from the album "Tubthumping".
- This is one of only four levels in the Crash Bandicoot platforming series from Cortex Strikes Back onwards that has more crates on the bonus path than the main path, the others also being from Cortex Strikes Back: Ruination, Night Fight, and Spaced Out.
- It's also the one with the most crates in a bonus level of all games combined, with 65.
- This stage has the longest gap between sapphire and gold relic times in the game, at 51 seconds.