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Once Upon a Pixel: Chu Chu Rocket

1:20 PM on 03.02.2010 // Ashley Davis

Puzzle games are my favorite genre, and near the tippy top of that list is Chu Chu Rocket for the Dreamcast. Why? It's certainly not because I'm good at it. A screen exploding with cats and mice creates so much chaos that it's hard for me to keep up with what's going on. But it's that exact thing -- chaos -- that makes me love it so. There's no other competitive puzzler that's as frantic. Plus, Chu Chus are just hell of cute.

Even if it's not that well known, I wanted to make a Chu Chu Rocket OUP to pay tribute to my love of the game. I won't say any more about it, mainly because it's less than a minute long, so any more detail would be an in-depth synopsis. Just go watch it over at Gametrailers, and enjoy!




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