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Choro-Q 64 2 Hacha Mecha Grand Prix
Choro Q 64 2 Hacha Mecha Grand Prix
Choro-Q 64 2 Hacha Mecha Grand Prix
Information
Platform Nintendo g4
Developer Locomotive Staff
Publisher Takara (Japan)

Conspiracy

Genre Racing
Year released December 24th, 1999

Choro-Q 64 2: Hacha-Mecha Grand Prix Race (チョロQ642ハチャメチャグランプリレース in Japanese) is a purely racing game for the Nintendo 64 that is in the Choro-Q series. It was released only in Japan by Takara, on Christmas Eve 1999. It is the sequel to Choro-Q 64, which was released outside of Japan. There are 28 bodies in the game, along with many parts and a race designer.

ModesEdit

Single Race
A basic mode that you can enter a race and get part.

Grand Prix
There are 3 rounds in all. You can choose a cup from "Toy Box Cup", "Treasure Chest Cup", and "Choro-Q Cup".
Racetracks of "Toy Box Cup" are: First Circuit, Disused Town, and Resort Island.
Racetracks of "Treasure Chest Cup" are: Jungle and Ruins, Castleside City, and Chinese Temple.
Racetracks of "Choro-Q Cup" are: Snow Country, Weird Town, and Cityside Circuit.

Time Trial
You can try and make your best records. You can have a Ghost, which is your own best run.

Versus Mode

N/A

RacingEdit

In Choro-Q 64 2, there are many race tracks. You make your way around the courses which either are circuits or one-way tracks. By winning races, you can go from C rank to B rank to A rank, and finally, to Super A rank. You can also win parts by winning races. There are different types of terrain (for example grass) that can slow down your progress. There are power-ups that can be used to gain an advantage, such as a boost. All Cars And Parts Are In The Garage.

CoursesEdit

  • First Circuit (はじめのサーキット)
  • Disused Town (はいこうのまち)
  • Resort Island (リゾートのしま)
  • Jungle Ruins (ジャングルいせき)
  • Castleside City (じょうかまち)
  • Training Place (しゅぎょうじょう)
  • Snow Country (ゆきのくに)
  • Weird Town (あやしげなむら)
  • Cityside Circuit (きんこうのサーキット)

PartsEdit

BodyEdit

Racer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 28.
And the hidden bodies: Racer 29, and Racer 30.

EngineEdit

There are 3 types for the Engines:
きほん (Basic), aka Stock in Penny Racers for 64,
かそく (Acceleration), aka Accel in Penny Racers for 64,
MAX (MAX), aka TopEnd in Penny Racers for 64,


Basic1, Basic2, Basic3, Accel 1, Accel 2, Accel 3, Accel 4, Accel 5, Accel 6, Accel 7, Accel 8, Accel 9, Accel S, Accel SS, Speed 1, Speed 2, Speed 3, Speed 4, Speed 5, Speed 6, Speed 7, Speed 8, Speed 9, Speed S, Speed SS

Tire / TyreEdit

There are 5 types for the Tires/Tyres:
オールラウンド (All-round), it is not seen Choro-Q 64/Penny Racers,
オン (On), aka Street in Penny Racers for 64),
オフ (Off), aka OffRoad in Penny Racers for 64),
ウェット (Wet), aka Aqua in Penny Racers for 64),
スパイク (Spike), aka Snow in Penny Racers for 64),


All-round 1, All-round 2, All-round 3, Street 1, Steet 2, Steet 3, Off-road 1, Off-road 2, Off-road 3, Aqua 1, Aqua 2, Aqua 3, Spike 1, Spike 2, Spike 3

BrakeEdit

Brake 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9

Steering WheelEdit

It is known in Penny Racers for 64 as Susp. which is short for Suspension.


Steering Wheel 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and S

ArmorEdit

N/A

ExtraEdit

N/A

SpecialEdit

Cannon, God's Punishment Coin, Confusion Coin, Jet Dash, Ice-maker, Invincible Coin, Landmine, Missile, Octopus Coin, Smoke Canister, Spin Coin, ...and more.

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