Based on the opposition between cats and mice, Sonic Team designed an intellectually challenging game to enjoy. This game is ChuChu Rocket which was released by Sega for Dreamcast with many other platforms. With Dreamcast, the game was first released in Japan on November 11, 1999. By 2000, the game continued to be published in North America on March 7, 2000, and Europe on June 9. 2000. Later, in 2001, the game was available for the Game Boy Advance platform. In Japan, it is March 21, North America is June 11, and Europe is December 7. Especially, this game was also on iOS (October 28, 2010) and Android (November 22, 2011).
About the content, ChuChu Rocket is in the context of outer space at a non-detention station. This space was originally controlled by mice (called ChuChus). However, evil cats (called KapuKapus) invaded them. In the process of escaping and avoiding chase, the ChuChus had moved in chaos, and they can not access the escape device (Rocket). Therefore, the players had to guide ChuChus in order that they quickly moved to the location of the Rocket and leave the space station in a safe way.
In ChuChu Rocket, the players have a playground. It will be equipped with Rocket. Next, players receive three arrow markers to place on the field in different directions (left, right, top, or bottom) with the goal of getting the mice to follow these arrows in the Rocket. The players have to watch carefully the mice’s movement to place the arrow marks for them to quickly reach the position of Rocket. In case the player has used all three arrows and unfortunately placed a fourth arrow, one of the placed three arrows will be removed, and they will disappear later. Besides, the KapuKapus that move over the arrow mark twice will cause it to be removed immediately. In addition, to create smart instructions to put lots of ChuChus into Rocket, this game also prepares some unique features in each match. They will appear when a pink mouse enters inside Rocket. A random feature will be selected to increase the difficulty of the game. For example, Mouse Mania allows us to increase the number of ChuChus on the playing field. Or Slow Down causes the ChuChus to move more slowly. And the players can change the arrangement of the arrows to gain better performance in collecting the ChuChus.
About the imaging system, ChuChu Rocket has simple 2D graphics but intuitive. The interface system is easy to use and has a stable frame rate.