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Chibi-Robo!: Photo Finder

Free demo available in the Nintendo eShop

Become one of the world’s best tiny robot helpers by doing your part to open a new museum. Collect Happy Points by vaccuming, picking up trash, and helping a cast of colorful characters, and then use those Happy Points to purchase special film that lets you photograph real-world objects and transport them into the game for the museum’s displays!

Mr. Curator wants to immortalize objects from your day-to-day life, and it’s Chibi-Robo’s job to collect them! Lead Chibi-Robo on a scavenger hunt, taking photos of real-world objects with the Nintendo 3DS Camera so that he can transport them into his world for the museum’s collection. Along the way, you’ll meet eclectic characters who need Chibi Robo’s help, like a sushi-slinging squid, a high-flying super hero, and an eccentric pair of chefs. The more happiness you spread, the faster your quest for exhibits can progress. Just make sure Chibi-Robo doesn’t run out of watts. He’s a tiny robot, after all.

  • Be the best mini robo-helper you can be
  • Clean up and play games with a cast of characters
  • Use the Nintendo 3DS Camera to go on a scavenger hunt
  • Transport real-world objects into the game world by taking photos of them

Please note: Some players participating in the NostalJunk Challenges for Chibi Robo!: Photo Finder may have noticed an error when accessing the Chibi-PC. New notification data is currently being transmitted that fixes this issue. To receive this notification, please ensure that you have the game’s SpotPass feature activated and are able to receive SpotPass notifications. Once SpotPass has been activated, you may need to exit and restart the game to receive the notification data. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. Please note that we will now be announcing the winner of the 4th Challenge at the end of July.

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