- 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
Space Hunter Drake Redcrest
The Free Rangers
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!
Characters in Park Patrol
- Genki Guy: He sometimes gets so enthusiastic about helping Chibi-Robo that he worries he'll short-circuit.
Charactes in Happy Big Rich Sweep
Characters in Photo Finder