Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo!

System: Nintendo 3DS Release date: 03/07/2014

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Calling all shutterbugs! Snap everyday objects with your Nintendo 3DS cameras to fill a museum in Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! on Nintendo 3DS & 2DS!

The Curator’s Museum is empty! But as his tiny friend, Chibi-Robo, you’re on a mission to fill it with pictures of real-life objects – and lots of visitors!

A typical Chibi-Robo day goes like this:

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So, grab your Nintendo 3DS, start snapping NostalJunk and you’ll be set to bring The Curator’s dream museum alive, spreading happiness to everyone who visits!

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After you have completed the purchase, the content will be downloaded to the applicable system linked to your Nintendo Account, or your Nintendo Network ID in the case of Wii U or Nintendo 3DS family systems. This system must be updated to the latest system software and connected to the internet with automatic downloads enabled, and it must have enough storage to complete the download. Depending on the system/console/hardware model you own and your use of it, an additional storage device may be required to download software from Nintendo eShop. Please visit our Support section for more information.

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Jobs

Filling the museum with ‘NostalJunk’ means taking pictures. These cost Happy points, which you earn by doing Jobs. Let’s get to work!

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Chibi-PC

Chibi-Robo lives on The Curator’s desktop, which seems a vast, open space to such a tiny robot. On it lives Chibi-PC, who looks after job request emails you get from game characters. Prepare to be tested, as you’ll be flattening boxes on a bomb hunt one minute, then splashing wasabi sauce on sushi dishes the next!

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Check out the Area map to visit different levels, such as Sunny kitchen or Latenight garage – the more you fill The Curator’s museum with NostalJunk, the more areas you’ll unlock! You’ll also find a counter which shows off the number of visitors to the Museum.

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Charge It Up

Chibi-Robo is battery powered and any kind of activity slowly runs him out, shown by an on-screen Watt meter. When the juice gets low, you can recharge him at the socket next to Chibi-PC, and save your game, too. Fortunately, you can collect batteries which will help you complete longer Jobs. But be warned: run out and you’ll get zapped back to the power socket, losing all your progress!

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Dust Buster

Whenever you're busy on a job, don't be surprised to see rubbish lying around. Fortunately, Chibi-Robo loves cleaning, and collects all sorts of refuse in return for Happy points. If you see any litter, pick it up and pop it in the nearest talking dustbin. You can even use your Chibi-Tool to vacuum up dust!

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Lick ‘n’ Stick

On your travels, you might happen across the odd Stamp. If you spy one, be sure to grab it. Post ten to the NostalJunk Society and you’ll get something quality in return…

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Photography

The key to Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! is to fill the Museum with all those NostalJunk pieces, and raise the visitor tally. Our little helper robot gets these when you take a particularly good photo in real life, using your Nintendo 3DS cameras. This is how...

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Silhouette Catalogue

First, you need to know what to photograph: the in-game Silhouette catalogue features lots of dotted shapes you can match to real-world objects. You can get these shapes with Happy points earned from doing Jobs. You’ll start with a handful of shapes, and the harder you work, the more you can get from the Silhouette catalogue!

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Dotted Outline

Once you’ve got your first shape, fire up your Nintendo 3DS cameras – you’ll see your transparent shape on the top screen with whatever you’re pointing at in the background. Move round your environment to find something that matches that shape. For instance, if you’re looking for a circle, you could take a picture of a watch face, or a car wheel, or even a particularly-perfect apple. If it fits, shoot it!

Ensure that you have adequate space around you and that you hold the Nintendo 3DS system firmly in both hands while playing. Failing to do so could result in injury and/or damage to surrounding objects.

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NostalJunk

After you take a snap, your photo will be analysed. If you get over 60% accuracy score, you’ll create a piece of NostalJunk. Congratulations! Chibi-Robo creates a 3D version of the object you photographed, which is saved to the Nintendo 3DS SD card. However, if you don’t make 60% accuracy, it’ll be rejected. So, make sure everything’s lined up nicely and fills the frame. If you manage to score 100%, you can create a cutout with the same Silhouette the next time you use it. What is a cutout? Find out in the game! Also, 100% accuracy will make your NostalJunk more appealing to viewers!

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Pictures at an Exhibition

Once you’ve created some NostalJunk, you’ll need somewhere to show it off, namely the Exhibition rooms. You can put your pieces here, name them, read the descriptions, and rearrange the order to keep things fresh for your visitors. The more NostalJunk, the more visitors!

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Treasured Memories

If you take a picture in Keepsake mode, they’ll be saved to your Nintendo 3DS SD card, and you’ll be able to view them with Nintendo 3DS Camera on the HOME Menu. 

Cast and Crew

Chibi-Robo’s world is full of weirdo characters. Stop by and chat to them to hear stories or receive small Jobs for extra Happy points. One thing’s for sure – they’ll all set you to work straight away!

Here’s a small selection of the oddballs you’ll meet:

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The Curator

The Museum owner may be absent-minded and often refers to Chibi-Robo as ‘Cheebo’ but when it comes to NostalJunk, he’s obsessed.

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Telly

Telly is a smartphone with the ‘who’s-who’ and the ‘what’s-what’ at his fingertips. He’ll help you out with all sorts of basic information.

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Space Hunter Drake Redcrest

As an action figure, there’s little Space Hunter Drake Redcrest doesn’t know about fighting crime. You can bet he’ll be a Space Detective one day. But is there more to being a toy than he realises?

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Joshy Bear

The kitchen sponge that resembles a teddy bear has one aim in life: professional break dancing. Don’t be confused if he calls himself ‘Washy-Washy JB’ – he’s just trying his stage name on!

Best of the Best

These contests have closed. Previous contest winners can be seen below.

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NostalJunk Contests are your chance to show off your museum pieces to other gamers. You can submit your best pieces to the Contest judging room to be in with a chance of winning in-game costumes for your Chibi-Robo – but make sure you've got SpotPass enabled in order to learn how to participate!

To upload an entry in your game, just follow the on-screen instructions, then keep an eye on SpotPass for notifications regarding the finalists. All ten finalists will win a costume for their Chibi-Robo, but players can vote in-game for their favourite entry, and whoever gets the most votes will get something extra special for their little robot! View the latest contest winners now, and check back soon for more results!

NostalJunk Contest Theme: Metal Badge

Winners announced on 21st Aug 2014.

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Special Prize Winner!

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NostalJunk Contest Theme: Plug Socket

Winners announced on 10th Oct 2014.

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Special Prize Winner!

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NostalJunk Contest Theme: Can

Winners announced on 27th Nov 2014.

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Special Prize Winner!

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Please note: by submitting an entry to the contest, you grant to Nintendo the royalty-free right to publish your entry both online and offline.

Categories

Adventure, Action

Players

1

Publisher

Nintendo

Developer

SKIP

Age rating

  • 3
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Nintendo 3DS download software

System

Nintendo 3DS (European version)

Release date

03/07/2014

Age rating

3

Languages

German, English, Spanish, French, Italian

Download size

4242 blocks