This page explains in detail the interactions between the Chibi-Robo! series and the Mario series.


20050623 June 23, 2005

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Princess Pitts.


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Chibi-Robo! features some little references to the Mario series, specifically:

  • During the day, the clock on the upper left corner of the screen shows a sun. This is actually the same as the life meter from Super Mario Sunshine, only mirrored and rotated. During the night it shows a moon designed in the same style.
  • The Princess Pitts character is likely based on Princess Peach, given the similar name, appearance and role, since they both are damsels in distress.

Okaeri! Chibi-Robo! Happy Richie Osoji!

2009723 July 23, 2009


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the Power Star from the Mario series appears in the game as a collectable item.

Super Mario Maker

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Chibi-Robo costume

One of the unlockable costumes that Mario can wear in the game by using a Mystery Mushroom is based on Chibi-Robo, and it's unlocked in the 100 Mario Challenge mode or alternatively by using the Chibi-Robo amiibo. When worn it replaces the sound effects with sounds from the original Chibi-Robo!.

Super Mario Odyssey

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This game features compatibility with many different amiibo, that when scanned will be recognized by Uncle amiibo and called by name. This includes the Chibi-Robo amiibo.

This creates a sub-universe link with the Yoshi series because Uncle amiibo says the character's name out loud within Mario's universe, it's not just an on-screen message.


Copyrights for both series are held by Nintendo.