ChuChu Rocket!

From Sega Retro

n/a

  • Sega Dreamcast
    NTSC-U/PAL
  • Sega Dreamcast
    NTSC-J
  • Game Boy Advance
    NTSC-U/PAL
  • Game Boy Advance
    NTSC-J

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ChuChu Rocket!
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System(s): Sega Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance, Mobile, PlaySega, iOS, iPad, Android
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
Distributor:
Game Boy Advance
Infogrames (Europe)
Peripherals supported:
Sega Dreamcast
Dreamcast Arcade Stick, Jump Pack, Dreamcast Keyboard, Dreamcast Modem, Visual Memory Unit, Dreamcast VGA Box
Genre: Slapstick Action Puzzle/Dotabata Action Puzzle (ドタバタアクションパズル)[1][2], Puzzle[2][3][4]

















Number of players: 1-4
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥2,800 (2,940)2,800e[2] HDR-0039
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Controller)
¥4,800 (5,040)4,800e[2] HDR-0048
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
US
$29.9529.95[5] 51049
ESRB: Everyone
Sega Dreamcast
EU
MK-51049-50
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
EU
(DreamKey)
MK-51049-B5
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
DE
DM 6969[8] MK-51049-50
USK: 0
Sega Dreamcast
FR
MK-51049-50
SELL: Tous Publics
Sega Dreamcast
FR
(DreamKey)
MK-51049-B9
SELL: Tous Publics
Sega Dreamcast
PT
DCJS22319
Sega Dreamcast
PT
(DreamKey)
DCJS22319
Sega Dreamcast
UK
MK-51049-50
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Game Boy Advance
JP
¥4,800 (5,040)4,800 (5,040)[10] AGB-P-ACRJ
AGB-ACRJ-JPN
Game Boy Advance
US
AGB-P-ACRE
AGB-ACRE-USA
ESRB: Everyone
Game Boy Advance
DE
AGB-P-ACRP
AGB-ACRP-NOE
USK: 0
Game Boy Advance
ES
AGB-P-ACRP
AGB-ACRP-ESP
Game Boy Advance
FR
AGB-P-ACRP
AGB-ACRP-FRA
SELL: Tous Publics
Game Boy Advance
UK
AGB-P-ACRP
AGB-ACRP-UKV
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Game Boy Advance
IT
AGB-P-ACRP
AGB-ACRP-ITA
iOS
JP
¥250250[15]
iOS
US
$4.994.99[12][13]
4+
iOS
EU
€3.993.99[14]
iOS
UK
£2.992.99[14]
iOS
AU
$5.495.49[14]
iOS
JP
(iPad)
¥450450[15]
4+
iOS
US
(iPad)
$6.996.99[13]
4+
iOS
EU
(iPad)
4+
iOS
UK
(iPad)
£2.992.99[16]
4+
Google Android OS
JP
(PuyoSega)
SUBsub
Google Android OS
US
$0.990.99
Google Android OS
EU
Google Android OS
UK
£0.750.75
Wii U Virtual Console
JP
¥650 (702)650 (702)[18] WUP-N-PCHJ
CERO: A

ChuChu Rocket! (チューチューロケット!) is a puzzle game originally developed by Sonic Team for the Sega Dreamcast.

ChuChu Rocket! is considered to be the first truly popular online video game released for a major video game console, and existed to demonstrate the online capabilities of the Dreamcast. In Europe, it was given away for free to customers who visited the Dreamarena online service with the Dreamcast browser. In Japan, there was a limited edition set which included a clear orange controller.

The online portion of the game is still online via private servers and can be used with the DreamPi.[19]

Story

In a far away time on a far away planet, there is a space port where thousands of ChuChus live. The ChuChus are space mice who lived happily until one day when the Space Port became infested with KapuKapus. The KapuKapus are space cats with voracious apetites and naturally will eat the ChuChus if they catch them, therefore the ChuChus must ran away and escape in rockets. Albeit they're never seen anywhere in the game, the rockets are piloted by four color coordinated ChuChus:

  • Chuih: the blue ChuChu with starry eyes. This ChuChu really knows how to party.
  • ChuPea: the red ChuChu female with a heart on the tip of her tail. She's a moody daydreamer ChuChu.
  • ChuBei: the yellow ChuChu that is chubby. He's a careless ChuChu who feigns ignorance.
  • ChuBach:, the green ChuChu that has swirly glasses. He is a steady and reliable ChuChu, who does things at his own pace.

Gameplay

Just like the story suggests, the objective of the game is to guide one or more ChuChus around the stage into a rocket, while avoiding the KapuKapus that stalk the stage or any holes on the floor.

Chuchus run in a straight line, will turn right when hitting a wall head on, follow corners and turn around when in a dead end. KapuKapus move exactly the same but slower. If they hit any ChuChus they will eat them, no matter how many and if they hit a rocket they will damage it and one third of the total amount of ChuChus is lost.

To control the directions both ChuChus and KapuKapus go, the player can set four directional arrows (color coded for each player: blue, yellow, red and green) on the floor and any of them passing through will follow said direction. Though any number of ChuChus can pass through an arrow, KapuKapus can only hit one twice (the first shrinks it and the second vanishes it). Eventually, the arrows also disappear past some time (they will flash first) and only three arrows can be placed without the older one disappearing. Both ChuChus and KapuKapus will disappear if they fall on a hole but they will spawn at their correspondent color coded hatches (blue for ChuChus, red for KapuKapus) and only a set number of ChuChus and KapuKapus can be at a stage (at least one KapuKapu is always present for example).

There are three different species of ChuChus:

  • Blue and white ChuChus: most common throughout the game.
  • Pink and red "?": ChuChu: it will randomly select a different gameplay option when hitting a rocket:
    • Speed Up!: All ChuChus and KapuKapus move more quickly.
    • Slow Down!!: All ChuChus and KapuKapus move more slowly.
    • Mouse Mania: All KapuKapus disappear and large numbers of ChuChus pour out from their hatches. In the GBA version, yellow ChuChu rarely appear.
    • Cat Mania: All ChuChus and KapuKapus disappear, and then KapuKapus will come out from their hatches (only four at once).
    • Mouse Monopoly!: ChuChus flood into the player's rocket.
    • Cat Attack!: A KapuKapu hits each of the other player's rockts.
    • Place ↑ Again!: All the arrows disappear and the game pauses for a few seconds.
    • Everybody Move!: The rockets switch places randomly.

(GBA version):

    • Night Time!: The entire board is darkened except for the players' rocket locations, making it hard to locate ChuChus.
    • Kitten Mania!: All ChuChus and KapuKapus disappear, and then small KapuKapus come out of the hatches.
    • Blindfold the Winner!: The leading player has the ChuChus and KapuKapus disappear from their screen for a few moments.
  • "50" yellow ChuChu: gives a total of fifty ChuChus to the counter.

Modes of play

  • 4-Player Battle: In this mode the player can battle a stage up with a maximum of three other players. The objective is to save as many ChuChus as possible by directing them to a rocket within the time limit. Obciously, the player with the biggest score, that is equal to the number of ChuChus saved, will win the stage. The player can also choose the number of points needed to win the match, which correspond to the number of stages one player wins.
  • Team Battle: In this mode the players are split into two teams (blue and red team and yellow and green team). The team who collects the most ChuChus within the time limit wins.
  • Stage Challenge: In this mode there’s a set task given per stage to complete, within a thirty seconds time limit. There are no special ChuChus and a second player can help as well. The objectives of stages A and B is to get all of the Chu-Chus into the rocket, C to have the KapuKapu eat all of the ChuChus, D to get 100 Chu-Chus into the rocket and E to play Cat Football which is hitting the opponent's rocket with a KapuKapu to win. There's a final stage which plays like Battle Mode, and which objective is to lead one hundred ChuChus to a rocket before the CPU does.
  • Puzzle: In this mode the player has to guide all of the ChuChus to a rocket, while managing to avoid KapuKapus and holes, that along with KapuKapus hitting a rocket is a level failure. As an addiction, there’s a pre set number and directions of arrows the player can set and everything must be set before the stage starts playing, where the player can't input anything else. There are three levels of diddiculty: normal, special and mania, the latter levels getting unlocked as the former are completed.
  • Puzzle Edit: In this mode the player is free to make their own puzzles. After completing the custom stage once, the player can save and upload them on the net and any other player can download and play them as well.
  • Network: Though not a mode per se, the player is able to battle with others online (up to four), chat using the a keyboard (virtual or physical), download or upload games, access the ChuChu rocket homepage (when it existed, anyway), see various informations including the Stage Challenge records. In 2016 The webpage and online mode where brought back by fans.

After beating some of these modes, the following characters are unlocked: Chao and Nightopians. It's also possible to download other characters. There are also eight wallpapers hidden on the disc.

Versions

In 2001, ChuChu Rocket! was ported to the Game Boy Advance, featuring the same gameplay as the original Dreamcast release, complete with single-cartridge multiplayer gameplay across multiple GBA handhelds. The original 100 puzzle levels were included, as well as 2,500 user-submitted levels from the online service. This version was one of the system's many launch titles in Japan.

This version's level editor is capable of creating levels for 4-player battle, team battle, stage challenge and puzzle mode. Numerous new features and effects were added to the GBA version as well, some taking advantage of each player having their own screen. Predictably graphical and audio quality took a hit in the transition between the two systems.

ChuChu Rocket! on the Game Boy Advance is often incorrectly cited as being the first game to be published by Sega for a non-Sega console. It was the first Game Boy Advance game to be published by Sega, but not the first Nintendo game (this title goes to Sakura Taisen GB2 for the Game Boy Color).

The Game Boy Advance port was later included in two compilations - 2 in 1: Sonic Advance & ChuChu Rocket! and 2 in 1: Sonic Battle & ChuChu Rocket!, both released in 2005.

Mobile phone ports of ChuChu Rocket! was were handled by AirPlay, and were first available on September 30, 2006. This version is also available at PlaySega (subscribers only). More recently the game has been brought to iOS and Android devices by Binary Hammer, which were removed from sale in mid-2015.

Other Appearances

  • In Sega Superstars ChuChus are one of the twelve full games to play in main mode. Movement over a certain target on the screen will cause a bridge to raise, which the chu-chus then follow to the goal. The bridge also must be dropped at certain moments to prevent KapuKapus from destroying the score.
  • In Sonic Battle, Tails' landmine appears to be a ChuChu. The Skill Card describing the landmine gives its name as the "ChuChu Rocket".
  • In Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg, a ChuChu and a KapuKapu can be found in eggs. The former allows the player to access a mini version of ChuChu Rocket! on the Game Boy Advance and the latter will help the player by attacking foes.
  • In Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, the four colored pilots are playable racers. They're all in the same rocket and their All Star move is riding a KapuKapu and running over their opponents.

Version history

Main article: ChuChu Rocket!/Changelog.
System Version Size Date Comment Ref Icon
Google Android OS
0000010000150000000000000000001.15 17MB 201112022011-12-02 [20]
iOS
0000010000010000020000000000001.1.2 25.6MB 201112012011-12-01 [21]
iOS
0000010000010000010000000000001.1.1 24.4MB 201107212011-07-21 [22]
iOS
0000010000010000000000000000001.1 22.5MB 201012192010-12-19 [23]
iOS
0000010000000000020000000000001.0.2 16.1MB 201012032010-12-03 [24]
iOS
0000010000000000000000000000001.0.0 13.7MB 201010282010-10-28 [12]
iOS
0000010000010000010000000000001.1.1 (HD) 31.3MB 201107202011-07-20 [25]
iOS
0000010000010000000000000000001.1 (HD) 16.3MB 201012192010-12-19 [26]
iOS
0000010000010000010000000000001.1.1 (JP, HD) 31.3MB 201107212011-07-21 [27]

Production credits

Dreamcast version

(C)Sega Enterprises, Ltd., 1999
Source:
In-game credits (JP)


Design Section
Program Section
Sound Section
Puzzles Section
Sega Corporation


Product Development
Marketing
Manual Production
Source:
US manual[28]

Game Boy Advance version

Plan
  • Main Planner: Takafumi Kaya
Design
Program
Puzzle

Note: Skip Original Staff credits

Original Game ©Sega, 1999,2000
©Sega / Sonic Team, 2001
Source:
In-game credits [29]

Music

Below is a listing of the songs available to played through the Music test in the Option menu.

  • 01: Title Screen
  • 02: Multiplayer
  • 03: 30 Seconds Left! (multiplayer)
  • 04: Speed up! (multiplayer)
  • 05: Slow Down! (multiplayer)
  • 06: Mouse Mania! (multiplayer)
  • 07: Cat Mania! (multiplayer)
  • 08: Winner! (multiplayer)
  • 09: Challenge Mode
  • 10: Single Player
  • 11: Network Connecting
  • 12: Puzzle Editor
  • 13: Credits
  • 14: Winner! (network)
  • [hidden] 15: Sonic Team Jingle

Digital manuals

Magazine articles

Main article: ChuChu Rocket!/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Logo-pdf.svg
Print advert in Dreamcast Magazine (JP) #1999-35: "1999-35 (1999-11-12)" (1999-10-29)
also published in:
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Print advert in GamePro (US) #139: "April 2000" (2000-xx-xx)
also published in:
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Print advert in Next Level (AR) #15: "Abril 2000" (2000-xx-xx)
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Print advert in Dreamcast Magazine (UK) #11: "No. 11" (2000-07-13)
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Print advert in Consoles + (FR) #101: "Juin 2000" (2000-0x-xx)

Artwork

Physical scans

Dreamcast version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
576 Konzol (HU)
90
[33]
Arcade (UK) PAL
75
[34]
Consoles + (FR) PAL
92
[35]
Dreamcast Monthly (UK) NTSC-J
70
[36]
Dreamcast Monthly (UK) PAL
80
[37]
DC-UK (UK) NTSC-U
90
[38]
Dreamcast Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
90
[39]
Dreamcast Magazine (UK) NTSC-J
92
[40]
Dorimaga (JP) NTSC-J
88
[41]
Edge (UK)
80
[42]
Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) NTSC-U
93
[43]
Famitsu (JP) NTSC-J
85
[44]
Fun Generation (DE) PAL
89
[45]
GamePro (US) NTSC-U
78
[46]
Gamers' Republic (US) NTSC-J
91
[47]
Gamers' Republic (US) NTSC-U
83
[48]
MAN!AC (DE) PAL
80
[49]
Mega Fun (DE) PAL
85
[50]
Mr. Dreamcast (UK) PAL
84
[51]
Neo Plus (PL)
70
[52]
Official Dreamcast Magazine (UK) PAL
90
[53]
Strana Igr (RU)
90
[54]
Sega Dreamcast
85
Based on
22 reviews

ChuChu Rocket!

Dreamcast, JP
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Cover
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Disc
Chu Chu Rocket Dreamcast JP Manual.pdf
Manual
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Inlay
Chuchu dc jp regcard.pdf
Reg Card
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Stickers
Dreamcast, JP (Limited Edition)
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Cover
Chuchu dc jp disc.jpg
Disc
Chu Chu Rocket Dreamcast JP Manual.pdf
Manual
Chuchu dc jp regcard.pdf
Reg Card
Chuchu dc jp stickers.jpg
Stickers
Dreamcast, US
Chuchu dc us back cover.jpgChuchu-box-us.jpg
Cover
Chuchu dc us disc.jpg
Disc
Chuchurocket dc us manual.pdf
Manual
Chuchurocket dc us inlay.jpg
Inlay
Dreamcast, EU
Chuchu dc eu back cover.jpgChuchu-box-eu.jpg
Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, EU (With Dreamkey 1.5)
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Cover
Dreamcast, FR (With Dreamkey 1.5)
ChuChuwithDreamkey1.5DCFRBack.jpgChuChuwithDreamkey1.5DCFRFront.jpg
Cover
Dreamcast, PT
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, PT (With Dreamkey 1.5)
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Cover

Game Boy Advance version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
Advance (UK) PAL
90
[55]
Consoles + (FR) PAL
90
[56]
Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) NTSC-U
80
[57]
GameBoy Magazyn (PL)
90
[58]
GMR (US) NTSC-U
80
[59]
Gamers' Republic (US) NTSC-U
70
[60]
MAN!AC (DE) PAL
78
[61]
Next Generation (US) NTSC-U
50
[62]
Nintendo Official Magazine (UK) PAL
89
[63]
N-Zone (DE) PAL
83
[64]
The Official Nintendo Magazine (UK) PAL
88
[65]
Playbox (FR)
95
[66]
SuperGamePower (BR)
85
[67]
Strana Igr (RU)
85
[68]
Game Boy Advance
82
Based on
14 reviews

ChuChu Rocket!

Game Boy Advance, US
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Cover
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Cart
Game Boy Advance, JP
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Cover
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Cart
Game Boy Advance, UK
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Cover
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Cart
Game Boy Advance, FR

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Cart
Game Boy Advance, DE

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Cart
Game Boy Advance, ES

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Game Boy Advance, IT

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Cart

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Dreamcast
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
2000-01-27 GD-R Page
Game Boy Advance
CRC32 8ab607c0
MD5 6957bac168ff27f70df74629751b3f5c
SHA-1 34f3066bc8dbd3f046e43db01476f87e64dcc38b
4MB Cartridge (EU)
Game Boy Advance
CRC32 2c8c1b5a
MD5 2f661853601455283f51e54fb85dea73
SHA-1 ea7099f5e4cbeee929f43db91b0331855202bb03
4MB Cartridge (JP)
Game Boy Advance
 ?
CRC32 057fb1b6
MD5 76bd3ac13808b1d6abea377815b10adb
SHA-1 f204105308b7758df84f1a31919204459ea6e54f
4MB Cartridge (US)

External links

References

  1. File:Chuchu dc jp back cover.jpg
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 http://sega.jp/dc/990901/ (Wayback Machine: 2013-08-17 18:58)
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  4. Google Play (com.sega.ccr) (Wayback Machine: 2014-08-02 23:55)
  5. 5.0 5.1 Press release: 2000-03-07: ChuChu Rocket! Blasts Onto Sega Dreamcast as the First Console Title to Offer Multi-Player Online Gaming
  6. http://www.sega.com:80/games/dreamcast/post_dreamcastgame.jhtml?PRODID=225 (Wayback Machine: 2004-01-17 01:35)
  7. 7.0 7.1 http://www.dreamcast-europe.com:80/english/news/000031/000031.htm (Wayback Machine: 2000-10-18 05:33)
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  50. Mega Fun, "07/2000" (DE; 2000-06-07), page 71
  51. Mr. Dreamcast, "June 2000" (UK; 2000-04-27), page 60
  52. Neo Plus, "Wrzesień 2000" (PL; 2000-xx-xx), page 34
  53. Official Dreamcast Magazine, "July 2000" (UK; 2000-06-08), page 70
  54. Strana Igr, "Sentyabr 2000 2/2" (RU; 2000-xx-xx), page 18
  55. Advance, "Spring 2002" (UK; 2002-xx-xx), page 90
  56. Consoles +, "Décembre 2001" (FR; 2001-1x-xx), page 168
  57. Electronic Gaming Monthly, "July 2001" (US; 2001-xx-xx), page 88
  58. GameBoy Magazyn, "Wrzesień 2001" (PL; 2001-xx-xx), page 13
  59. GMR, "February 2003" (US; 2003-xx-xx), page 97
  60. Gamers' Republic, "August 2001" (US; 2001-xx-xx), page 68
  61. MAN!AC, "02/2002" (DE; 2002-01-02), page 86
  62. Next Generation, "July 2001" (US; 2001-06-19), page 65
  63. Nintendo Official Magazine, "July 2001" (UK; 2001-06-08), page 21
  64. N-Zone, "12/2001" (DE; 200x-xx-xx), page 48
  65. The Official Nintendo Magazine, "March 2006" (UK; 2006-xx-xx), page 128
  66. Playbox, "Décembre 2001" (FR; 2001-xx-xx), page 71
  67. SuperGamePower, "Agosto 2001" (BR; 2001-xx-xx), page 41
  68. Strana Igr, "Iyul 2001 1/2" (RU; 2001-xx-xx), page 59


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Sega Dreamcast
Prototype 2000-01-27