Elebits screens charged with the “Snapshot” feature

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Despite an Elebits mascot making a complete fool of itself (and whacking a Japanese kid in the process), one can’t deny the fact that they still up in the cuteness charts along with Loco Roco, Raving Rabbids, and, uh, Tingle. We’ve seen already seen the blue mascot from Konami. But what about the other species? The whole story of the game, after all, involves an entire race of Electric Bits that each give a corresponding voltage to help you restore energy to your power grid. What do the other Elebits look like?

Light bulb moment!

Why don’t we post some screenshots? We’ve got a whole fresh batch for you today. It shows all shapes, size, and colors of the various Elebits. They’re hiding everywhere. And it seems from these screens also that one feature of the game is that you can take snapshots of these cute sparkies and send them to your contacts in your Friends List. It’s reminiscent of the whole Pokemon Snap philosophy, but this time, it’s charged up with Japanese quirkiness.

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So take some time, and check out the pics behind the “Full Article” link. We promise: no accident-prone Elebits will whack you in the face.

Elebits! - Image 1Elebits! - Image 2

Despite an Elebits mascot making a complete fool of itself (and whacking a Japanese kid in the process), one can’t deny the fact that they still up in the cuteness charts along with Loco Roco, Raving Rabbids, and, uh, Tingle. We’ve seen already seen the blue mascot from Konami. But what about the other species? The whole story of the game, after all, involves an entire race of Electric Bits that each give a corresponding voltage to help you restore energy to your power grid. What do the other Elebits look like?

Light bulb moment!

Why don’t we post some screenshots? We’ve got a whole fresh batch for you today. It shows all shapes, size, and colors of the various Elebits. They’re hiding everywhere. And it seems from these screens also that one feature of the game is that you can take snapshots of these cute sparkies and send them to your contacts in your Friends List. It’s reminiscent of the whole Pokemon Snap philosophy, but this time, it’s charged up with Japanese quirkiness.

So take some time, and check out the pics below. We promise: no accident-prone Elebits will whack you in the face.

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