Eledees (Wii): COMPLETED!

Most of today’s levels (from 13-ish up to 29, the final one) took place in a theme park, with rides and stuff. And lots of giant biscuits, chess pieces and dice. No, really.

I had two bosses to contend with too – a big fat one who kept collecting baubles off a Christmas tree to power up, and then bellyflop me, and then, after the last few levels (during which I managed to lift entire fairground rides!) it was the end of game boss.

Who, as is commonplace so often now, came in two forms. The first one was easy to dispatch, requiring you to just smack it with scenery a bit. The second form was also pretty simple, if a little odd. The boss entered the body of a giant robot, complete with guns. You have to unscrew all the giant bolts holding it together, literally with a screwing motion of the remote. Ace.

Anyway, he was soon killed, and the end of game sequence ensued. BEST!

Eledees (Wii)

Out of the kitchen, and into the garden, and out of the garden and into the garage. And then back into the garden. And kitchen. Then everything started floating around, and I had to go back to the bedrooms and study, and then into a secret room. And then back in the garden and finally the street!

After that, there was another boss battle, which was pretty easy once I’d figured out what to do.

Eledees (Wii)

What what what? Eledees has boss levels?

Clearly yes, yes it does. Thankfully, the first one I came across wasn’t actually too difficult. In fact, it was very easy and I caught all the Fantasia inspired splitting eledees with minutes to spare. Ace!

And now I’ve progressed a bit further. It’s getting a bit difficult now with all the things I can’t do (make noise, drop things, get hit by tanks and guns – no, really – and accidently shoot black spiny eledees), and I failed a level set in the kitchen due to the spiny eledees constantly getting in the way of my gun. Bah.

Eledees (Wii)

More New Game fun and frolics today! I seem to have had a huge pile of new games arrive in the last few days. One of those that came today was this – Eledees. For some reason, it’s called Elebits everywhere else, but not in Europe. Strange.

And it’s great. Really great. Although very different to Katamari, playing it feels remarkably the same. You point at things in a house, shake them, move them, etc. and find Eledees. These provide you with power, and when you have enough, you can operate electrical devices. This, in turn, provides you with Power Eledees, which you collect and, if you obtain enough, you’re rewarded with the ability to lift and move heavier items – thus revealing more hidden Eledees. And so it goes on.

So far, I’m on Chapter 7 or 8, and haven’t had too much difficulty yet. I’ve progressed out of my bedroom, through my parent’s bedroom, the bathroom and the landing. I’ve completed the kitchen, and also the dining room and lounge.

I’m kind of hoping that as things progress, eventually I’ll be able to light the huge ferris wheel I’ve seen a few times!