Summary: Finally a game for all kinds of people! One can choose to go with the addictive fast multiplayer mode or the slower paced puzzle mode. There are over 2,500 puzzles to do so this game will last you quite a long time.
Excerpt: Chu Chu Rocket is a unique puzzle game based around mice (the Japanese word for mice being chu) who must escape from rampaging cats (or the Kapu in this game) by boarding a rocket for the moon. The game looks, sounds and plays as bonkers as the concept of the game sounds on paper.
Pros: Simple to play, good combination of quick reflexes and strategy
Cons: Very basic graphics, music is annoying, can be frustrating due to a random element
Excerpt: Chu chu rocket, a shear stroke of genius is what id say about it. Its a puzzle game where you have to control a mass of mice known as chus around the square arenas & guide them into the rockets to safety away from the Chu munching cats.
Excerpt: If you own a dreamcast then you probably already have this game buried somewhere at the bottom of your collection. Dig it out, get some mates round, get drunk and drive yourselves crazy with the bright graphics and mouse saving chaos. Get good and cause hatred by driving cats at your mates rockets.
Excerpt: Segas (and the worlds) first online console game, Chuchu Rocket follows the basic concept of cat against mouse. The object of the game is to guide ChuChus (mice) into rockets by placing down arrow tiles, but while you do this, you must prevent the KapuKapus (cats) from getting in and eating a third...
Excerpt: This game came free with my dreamcast and so I thought that it would be absolutely poor in gameplay and in graphics. Ok so the graphics are 2D but the end scenes are in 3D. The gameplay is really good and solid.
Excerpt: Yes, Yes, I did register on DreamArena just to get this game. I'm a sucker for a good marketing trick. I read in CTW that Sega are losing money by actually giving this game away to registered users. Crazy world we live in. Anyway, On to the game.
Excerpt: This is a great game which could have appeared on any of the 16 bit consoles years ago. But it could not have made such a great on-line game. This was the first console on-line game and because of this it was given away free to all Dreamcast owners.