If you’re not an avid fan of high-resolution, bloody action or open-world games, then here’s the latest game from Nintendo that you’ll surely enjoy and bring fun and exciting adventures we have grown to love, Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash.
This single player Nintendo 3DS based game brings back Chibi-Robo, “the height-impaired, heavy metal bot” and in its newest adventure, this tiny creature “will take all his mechanical might to rescue the world’s precious resources from alien invaders.”
“Alien invaders are stealing all the Earth’s resources-including our precious snacks! The planet’s last hope lies with an unlikely hero, the tiny robot Chibi-Robo.”
As Polygon reported this newest Nintendo game during its promotional release,
“Everyone’s favorite little robot is back, this time in a side-scrolling action game!” “In Chibi-Robo!: Zip Lash, Chibi-Robo must swing his plug to whip enemies, reach far-off platforms and solve environmental puzzles, as well as collect upgrades to extend his plug for getting hard-to-reach collectibles and uncovering hidden areas. Chibi-Robo!: Zip Lash will launch exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems this October.”
Nintendo also introduced Chibi-Robo’s newest power pack called amiibo that will make Chibi-Robo transform into something powerful, Super Chibi-Robo,
“This new amiibo transforms Chibi-Robo into the all-powerful Super Chibi-Robo in certain stages in the game. In addition, players can level up this Chibi-Robo amiibo to acquire a variety of in-game collectible figures and items by saving their scores at the end of each stage. More details about this special amiibo will be revealed in the future.”
Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash works with an additional 56 amiibo figures.
“If one of the other 56 compatible figures are tapped, players will get in-game coins. Figures from the Super Smash Bros., Mario Party 10, and Yoshi’s Woolly World lines work with the Nintendo 3DS game.”
Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash will be available in Japan (October 8, 2015), North America (October 9, 2015), Europe (November 6, 2015), and, Australia (November 7, 2015).
Source News: CrossMap