Characters: Chibi-Robo


  • Arm Cannon: The Chibi-Blaster.
  • Badass Adorable: He knows well how to use a blaster and kill spydorz. Not to mention he beat the Spydor Queen all by himself, despite his tiny size and limited functions. He is cute as a button.
  • Cultured Badass: He's made for cleaning and does an amazing job at it, but he can also kick some ass with his Chibi-Blaster and help toys around the house with their personal issues.
  • Cute Machines
  • Cute Mute
  • Green Thumb: The Blooming Chibi-Robo model from Park Patrol was built to plant flowers.
  • Legacy Character: Because Chibi-Robos are mass-produced, no two games star the same Chibi-Robo.
  • Robot Maid: A small one, but still as effecient.
  • The Stoic: He rarely shows any emotion, not even when in danger. The only time he did a facial expression was when he squinted his eyes at Telly for saying something insensitive to Dinah.
    • He also glares at Funky Phil for yelling at his kids (though he doesn't understand that they're his kids, it was still pretty mean of him).
    • He also looks away in fear when Mr. Sanderson is upgrading his Chibi-Blaster, which makes it look similar to a child getting a shot.
  • Talk to the Fist: Not really a fist, but when the Queen Spydor has the family captured, the living room flipped upside down, and him and Telly cornered, his response is to bring out the Chibi-Blaster and aim the business end right at her.
  • Talking with Signs: He speaks with "yes" and "no" signs. Generally, he's mute.
  • The Voiceless: He only talks through green and red signs as "yes" or "no".

    Characters in the original game 

Telly Vision

Mr. Sanderson

Mrs. Sanderson

Jenny Sanderson

Space Hunter Drake Redcrest


The Free Rangers

Captain Plankbeard

The Great Peekoe

  • Badass Mustache
  • Scam Religion: He claims that people's souls are cleaned when they get rid of their Moolah, but he really is just saying this because he wants money for himself.


  • Bears Are Bad News: He's pretty nice (albeit kind of creepy) when he's not suffering from withdrawal, but otherwise he fits.
  • Hidden Depths: When he's not craving nectar, he proves to be wiser and more mature than most of the other toys. He's also one of the few toys who will, at a certain point, mention Giga-Robo.
  • Leitmotif: Sunshine has two: "So dododo" for his regular personality, and "Honeyholic" for his crazy personality.
  • Mood-Swinger: Can go from sweet and cute, to crazy and violent if he doesn't get his nectar.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After Mort..."scares him off", he can be seen sulking in the corner of Jenny's room, thinking about overcoming his addiction.
  • Nightmare Face
  • No Indoor Voice: When in "withdrawal mode," he's almost always shouting. His Simlish even changes from a "baby talk" voice to a "shouting middle-aged Japanese man" voice.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: NECTAR!


Funky Phil


Princess Pitts

Giga Robo

    Characters in Park Patrol 


  • Genki Guy: He sometimes gets so enthusiastic about helping Chibi-Robo that he worries he'll short-circuit.

Sergeant Smogglor

    Charactes in Happy Big Rich Sweep 


    Characters in Photo Finder 


Mr. Curator