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ChuChu Rocket! HD

ChuChu Rocket! HD
  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Released: 28 Oct, 2010
  • Size: 31.3 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Guide the ChuChu’s to their rocket ship in the much loved puzzle game from SEGA!

What’s a ChuChu? It’s a cute little mouse! They’re lost and need to get back to their rocket ship, but beware; there are hungry cats on the prowl and bottomless pits to dodge.

Packed with over 500 unique puzzles, ChuChu Rocket will provide hours of fun! How good is your escape plan?

Help the ChuChus escape the evil KapuKapus in 145 puzzles spread between Normal, Hard, Special, and Mania difficulty levels

Play free-for-all or in team battle as frantic action ensues across 25 intense multiplayer levels as up to 4 players battle it out via bluetooth or wi-fi

Beginner and expert ChuChu’s alike can enjoy cheese-erific game modes including Puzzle, Challenge, and Multiplayer Battle

If you thought ChuChu multiplayer was insane before, wait until you try it on the iPad featuring 4 player on a single iPad. Push, shove, and flick your way to victory!

ChuChu Rocket! was a total blast when I had a chance to play it today, and it makes me sad that I never tried out this title almost a decade ago. It seems like a perfect fit for the iPhone, with all of the original levels reworked to be touch screen friendly –

Gathering up four friends for a manic game of Chu Chu Rocket is a cherished gaming memory. The version of Chu Chu Rocket I was able to play today at SEGA's offices pretty much matched up with those memories –

Chu Chu Rocket will command attention by virtue of being different from the steady string match-three puzzlers and its multiplayer push. Even though it can't claim innovation as a port of an older title, there's still a sense of freshness and certainly an appeal about this game of cat and mouse. –

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What's New in Version 1.1.1

Bug Fixes
Support for Japanese Language


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