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Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue

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Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue
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Developer(s) XPEC Entertainment
Publisher(s) Hamster (Japan)
Namco (North America)
Xplosiv, Typhoon Games, Empire Europe (Europe)
Release date(s) PlayStation 2:
Japan April 28 2005

Europe September 9 2005

Australia September 2005

Nintendo GameCube:
USA August 16 2005
Europe October 9 2005

Europe September 9 2005

Singapore 2005

Europe September 9 2005
Genre Action
Platform(s) Windows, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube
Player mode(s) 1 player
Serial code(s) Nintendo GameCube: DOL-GH6E-USA
Playstation 2: SLPM-65831 (Japan)
SLES-53509 (Europe, Australia)
Xbox: XP-002 (China)

Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue (Japanese: ハローキティのピコピコ大作戦, Hello Kitty no Pikopiko Daisakusen, literally Hello Kitty's Picopico[1] Mission) is a Hello Kitty video game for Windows, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube and Xbox.

In this game planet Earth is invaded by a group of block aliens known as the Block Battalion led by King Block-O, who plan to conquer the universe and turn Earth into a perfect cube.

As Hello Kitty wearing roller-skates, the player must explore various locations to stop the Block Battalion from causing trouble and eventually save the Earth. The player will rescue various Sanrio characters along the way, some of which can be used as partners to help fight off the Block Batallion or heal the player in stages.


The Windows version came with two discs; Disc 1 Install Disc and Disc 2 Game Disc. Additionally, there is more than one variation of the box, with one having pink edges (the other black with the red Xplosiv border) and a free gift inside. There is another for the Red Collection (Spain) and another which is like the second variation mentioned but with white edges and no free gift notice.


A Roller-Race Mini-Game for Flash was released where players had the chance to win £500 of Hello Kitty goods by submitting their hiscores.

There was another Flash game as well called Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue.

A Hello Kitty Crystal Xbox was released in Singapore in a bundle with the game and a Crystal Controller S.[2] It is decorated with a pink X and artwork of Hello Kitty, Minna no Tābō, Badtz-Maru, My Melody, Monkichi, Mimmy and Keroppi.

Assets for this game and The Suffering: Ties That Bind were included in a press release (and stored in The Suffering: Ties That Bind + Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue: Asset Disc). The last known write was from August 5, 2005 at 06:09:06.00.[3]


Number Name
1 New Hope
2 Food Fear
3 Tank Attack
4 The Sleepy Pony
5 Messy Park
6 Protect the Station
7 Shopping Scam
8 Freeze Factor
9 Red Alert
10 The Haunted Lot
11 Arena of Danger
12 Project Home Run
13 Under Construction
14 Last Breath of Reliance
15 Control Deck

New Game+

After the player rescues Badtz-Maru from Last Breath of Reliance and completes the game, they will be given the option of playing as Badtz-Maru in a new game.


Windows version

Xplosiv staff:

Empire Europe staff:

Xpec Entertainment:


In other languages

  • Chinese: Hello Kitty 友情總動員 (Hello Kitty Yǒuqíng Zǒngdòngyuán) (Hello Kitty: Friendship Mobilization)[5]


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