When focusing on the main objectives, Robopon - Sun Version is about 30 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 45 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
Wild Robopon are located in most of the Dungeons, the earliest encounter is in the School Basement, you'll need a Magnet to capture them.
You can download the Robopon - Sun Version rom from this page and to play the game you need to download the Visualboy Advance Emulator here.
Download the official Robopon – Sun Version ROM in the (USA) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Robopon – Sun Version ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.
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Robopon Sun, Star and Moon Versions, or in Japan Robot Ponkottsu are handheld role-playing video games for Nintendo’s Game Boy Color. Of the three games, only Sun was released in North America on December 4, 2000 by Atlus, while their original Japan releases were by Hudson Soft. The games focus on a boy named Cody (his default name) and his adventures on his island with his robotic friends. They mostly resemble the Pokémon series of video games, but also bear similarities to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System game Robotrek, published by Enix (now Square Enix).
Within Robopon Sun, Star, and Moon versions, the player assumes the role of a child named Cody, whose grandpa is retiring and gives him the family business, a Robopon dispatching company. Cody travels around Porombo Island collecting Robopon and battling against the “Legend 7”, the top-ranked Robopon collectors on the island. Each time Cody successfully beats one of the Legend 7, he takes his or her place in the ranking system.
Gameplay revolves around collecting, software upgrading, equipment swapping, and battling robotic characters in a similar manner to the Pokémon game series. To power up the Robopon, the player could add software and parts to them. Parts had varying amounts of space to store software and determined what sort of attacks the Robopon could use. For example, a Robopon could have an “Armgun” or a “Punch” part, and this software adds certain elements to the attacks. Furthermore, software could be added onto other parts, creating more powerful additions.
For example, by equipping a “Thunder” software to a “Punch” part, the Robopon would be able to use “Thunderpunch”. Software could also be mixed together to create special attacks – by mixing “Fire” and “Thunder” software, the Robopon would have the special move “Zapp!!”. This software could also be removed. If the player did so, the attack abilities it gave the Robopon would be removed as well. Because only Sun was released in the US, not all of the original 153 Robopon were available because the others were located on the Star Version that was never produced in the US.
Robopon - Sun Version
Japan: December 4, 1998
North America: December 4, 2000
Game Boy Color
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