|Price:||$144.90 + $3.99 shipping|
- The living room can be a dangerous place when you're a robot less than a foot tall; team up with the native toys to overcome obstacles, rack up points and keep the family happy
- Find special costumes throughout the game to enable Chibi to take on a new personality
- Explore different areas of the home and encounter several interesting characters on Chibi's journey
- Use Chibi's several tools and accessories creatively to help him reach his goals
- Don't forget to charge Chibi's battery -- plug into power outlets with his built-in cord when he runs low on juice
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
The game starts out kinda slow. With limited things to do and limited battery life. (only 80)
The good part is it is very easy to get more battery upgrades by collecting happy-points.
There is a toothbrush you can pick up not long after you start the game, which is for cleaning stains on the floor.
Every stain cleaned gives you 2 happy-points. Not to mention when you've cleaned a certain amount of stains you get a point bonus, usually 20+. You can also pick up scrap paper, candy wrappers, cookie crumbs, etc. By throwing these in the garbage can in the living room (I haven't been able to locate another one yet) you get even more points, not to mention Moolah, the games currency. Using Moolah, Chibi can buy things from the Chibi-PC in the Chibi House (located in the living room).
I'll tell you the coolest thing I've found so far (which I've bought) is the Chibi-Blaster.
Using it Chibi can blow through cracks in the walls to reach new areas and blast through spider-webs.
Most importantly, you use it to fight the little robotic spiders that appear randomly. Known as Spydorz.
However, you don't need to worry, they appear only after you've purchased the Blaster.
Defeating them leaves behind scrap metal which you can use to build Utilibots.
One is a latter which is very useful for reaching high places. Another is a Warp. Very handy for moving up and down the stairs in the foyer. (Which takes forever to do on foot.)
And yet another is an extendable bridge. A little bridge that unfolds that can reach far away places you couldn't get to other wise.
Exploring in the game is very fun.Read more ›
A game like this, with no Star War tie-ins or laser blasting mayhem is really something to be cherished when you've got a couple of young kids at home. Watching them play together to solve the puzzles in the game rather than trying to virtually slaughter one another is a real treat.
Excellent graphics, clever gameplay -- this game is a good example of why Nintendo is the best value of the three big consoles -- THEIR TITLES ARE BETTER, more original, more inventive, with greater long-term play value.
Find a copy of this game TODAY! It's a good one!!
Even after I got the items and helped the characters through their issues, I still continued playing.
This is a simplistic game that is probably aimed at a much younger audience, but I still enjoyed Chibi's adorable little adventure.
The basic premise here is that you're a cute, shiny little robot (called Chibi for short) who wanders around a person's home exploring. You clean up stains with your toothbrush. You gather up spare change. When your little battery runs out, you find a nearby outlet and plug back in.
The game has a lot of fun upgrades you can do. With the money you gather you can buy items in the shop. You start out with only a little batter power, and with limited time, but you grow and expand those as you play the game. The available areas to explore widen as well.
You get cute outfits to wear, a variety of poses to go with them, and your world is populated with a variety of really cute things. This game came out at the very end of the GameCube cycle and it is impressively designed, given the limitations of the GameCube's system. You get vibrant colors, detailed walls and floors, and real personality in the various characters.
The sound fits the cartoon-like theme. There are little squeaks for footsteps, Charlie Brown like warbling for speaking (with subtitles to read) and odd little quirks and bangs as you do activities.
Gameplay is definitely suited for all ages. This is basically a puzzle solver and gathering game. You move around finding coins, pulling open drawers, figuring out how to glide or jump to new locations.
If there's an issue here, it's that sometimes the gentle prompts are a BIT repetitive. Yes, it's fine to go through an 8-step save process the first time we save - but to do it every time after that? OK, it's not really 8 steps but it feels like it sometimes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Probably the best game i've ever played. Your open in a giant world and its so cool it has deep lore like why is there a cryptic alien message in the back yard? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathryn Lowrance Marquis
So I paid $50 plus to buy this old game really just because it was an oddball Nintendo game that appealed to me in concept. And it's fantastic. It's silly and good-natured. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Losermagnet
These have been opened then sealed by third party not from manufacturer.Published 8 months ago by Magicolor
I'm 47 and love this game. "Puzzles" are fun to solve and you get to clean at the same time.Published 10 months ago by Jennifer P