Chia Bomber 2 – The Guide
THE VAST FIELDS OF TYRANNIA – Poor Geoffrey. What is a Chia to do when groups
of angry Neopets come storming into town, with mud slinging bazookas! Why, retaliate
with water balloons of course!
Yes, Chia Bomber 2 is finally here, hot on the heels of the original Chia Bombers
trip to the depressing game graveyard. With smoother graphics, improved artificial
intelligence, and loads of bazooka firing action, Chia Bomber 2 is turning out
to be a real hit!
While everyone who is anyone is after the newest of Neopet’s trophies, there
are those like myself who just want to be beat all twelve of CB2’s levels. All
twelve of the fast paced, mud slinging, water balloon tossing, mine laying,
hide and seek playing levels. If you’re here to learn more about one of the
newest games to hit Neopets, read on. If you’re here for stock tips for asparagus
based corporations… you’re at the wrong place.
The game is quite easy to learn, but hard to put down. The addictive, fast
paced gameplay delivers quick points, and a fancy avatar for those that really
try. Just keep the following in mind, and everyone should have no problem receiving
The enemies of the game come in different colors, and for a specific reason.
While they not only look cool with their own personalized look, the Chias can
either be more dangerous with their weapon, or tougher to take down. Whereas
all the Chias are worth 10 points (at the time of writing the article), not
every Chia takes the same amount of health.
- Green Chias take one hit, and have a limited field of vision.
- Blue Chias take two hits, and have a better field of vision then green.
- Yellow Chias take three hits, and have a better field of vision then blue.
- Red Chias take four hits, and have a better field of vision then yellow.
- Black Chias are the hardest, and take five hits. They are also the smartest
of the Chias, with the best field of vision.
Here is a quick run down of the types of Chias on each of the twelve levels.
Plan accordingly as the variety of Chias changes drastically from stage to stage.
The points awarded for each stage is also listed at the end of every line.
To be placed on the high score list, most players normally have to complete
all twelve levels for the 200 point bonus.
Level One: 8 Green Chias – 80 Points
Level Two: 7 Green Chias, 1 Blue Chia – 80 Points
Level Three: 6 Green Chias, 2 Blue Chias – 80 Points
Level Four: 5 Green Chias, 2 Blue Chias, 1 Yellow Chia – 80 Points
Level Five: 4 Four Chias, 2 Blue Chias, 2 Yellow Chias – 80 Points
Level Six: 3 Green Chias, 2 Blue Chias, 2 Yellow Chias, 1 Red Chia – 80 Points
Level Seven: 2 Green Chias, 2 Blue Chias, 2 Yellow Chias, 2 Red Chias – 80
Level Eight: 1 Green Chia, 2 Blue Chias, 2 Yellow Chias, 2 Red Chias, 1 Black
Chia – 80 Points
Level Nine: 2 Blue Chias, 2 Yellow Chias, 2 Red Chias, 2 Black Chias – 80 Points
Level Ten: 2 Blue Chias, 2 Yellow Chias, 2 Red Chias, 2 Black Chias – 80 Points
Level Eleven: 3 Yellow Chias, 3 Red Chias, 3 Black Chias – 90 Points
Level Twelve: 5 Red Chias, 5 Black Chias – 100 Points
There are different ways to go about this game, each with their own advantages
and disadvantages. While it is very important to save your “lives” for the conclusion
of the game, it is equally vital to have a working tactic as to how to reach
the end. Each strategy uses the basic idea of protecting yourself with your
mines. Here are a few strategies that I myself use.
The Corner (Endorsed by oeroesmoeloevoe) – Right at the launch of the level,
place your mines around the corner rock you start next to. This tactic is best
to use near the end of the game, as the computer enemies will be more likely
to come towards you, instead of running around in circles.
Warning! If you do not like pitching a tent and camping in the same spot, do
not use this approach.
The Square – As soon as the level begins, make your way towards the middle
of the map. While avoiding the enemy Chias, place a square of mines around a
rock, as to form a square. From here, make your way around the square, and pick
off Chias whenever you have a chance. Try and save the mines for the more dangerous
foes, such as the Red and Black Chias.
Warning! This is a risky tactic, and has the possibility of putting your character
in danger. If you do not move fast enough, and you can see the enemies swarming
the middle, use one of the other approaches.
The X – This is a more condensed version of the Square. As you make your way
towards the middle, choose four rocks that are corresponding to each other.
Then, place your mines in between these rocks, and use your last in the midpoint
of boulders. From here, make your way around the rocks, dodging Chia attacks,
and firing off your water balloon gun whenever you have a chance.
Warning! As with the Square maneuver, this tactic can lead to a loss of a life.
Only use this approach if you can move your Chia quickly, or if you decide to
stay closer to your corner.
The T – This is one of the sure fire ways to beat any of the first six or seven
levels. You can use this maneuver against any of the four walls, but it works
best with the West or South. Near the middle of the rock formations, place mines
in any opens, and in a sense, create a T shape. Then, while using the rocks
for cover, you have plenty of spots to attack back.
Warning! Hmm… hmm… There’s something bad about this tactic, but we haven’t
found it yet.
Running and Bazookaing – If you’re like me, and can’t seem to sit still, this
is the way to go. If you’re confident in your water-balloon bazooka skills,
and you’re quick with controls, you’ll be able to rush through the first six
with little to no problems. But once the Black Chias start to make their appearances,
it might be time to tone things down.
Warning! Well, the problems with this form are obvious. While you may quickly
overcome your foes early on, the later levels will eat your lives up. It may
be best to use this tactic, and then switch to something more “safe.”
And there you have it! Following this guide should have you on the high score
list in no time, or in the near future. I’d like to take this time to thank
oeroesmoeloevoe, who I stumbled across on the Neopets Game boards, and assisted
this article with information on some of the games later levels and various
We would both like to wish everyone good luck on their quest for collecting
the CB2’s trophy, and also add that you should never give up, even if you’re
covered with buckets of filthy, slimy mud. Until next time, good night.