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Dice de Chocobo
Chocobo Land: A Game of Dice
ダイスDEチョコボ
チョコボランド

Daisu de Chocobo
Chocobo Rando
Developer(s) Denyusha Co., Square Co., Ltd.
Publisher(s) Square Co., Ltd.
Release date
Playstation:
Japan December 22, 1999

Game Boy Advance:

Japan December 13, 2002
Genre Console board game
Game modes ???
Ratings N/A
Platform(s) PlayStation, Game Boy Advance

Dice de Chocobo is a video game that was originally released in 1999 for the Sony PlayStation in the Chocobo Collection. Then it was later planned to be remade for the WonderSwan Color but was canceled, and it was finally remade for the Game Boy Advance in 2002 and given the title Chocobo Land: A Game of Dice.

The player acts the role of Chocobo, who is trying to beat this board game world in order to return his friends and himself to the real world. From the Overworld map, the player can select the region to play in. Each region has its own board design and opponent; as the player progresses through the game, they will face more (up to three) computer controlled opponents at a time. Replaying a region after completing it for the story earns the player more playing pieces.

The style of play for Chocobo Land is very reminiscent of Monopoly or Itadaki Street. The player begins each match on Start, which is a round space with a rainbow-colored border. They are given a certain amount of Crystals and the option of buying creatures placing them on spaces to increase the value of that space so when an opponent lands on it they must pay more CP. The first person to accumulate enough CP for the goal and return to the start point wins.

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This article uses material from the "Dice de Chocobo" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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