In this game you play as a depressed middle-aged man who wishes he never gave away his Weebles. The object is to start a cross-country search for all your missing Weebles. It's set-up kind of like an RPG. Along the way, you'll meet many interesting characters who may or may not join you on your Weeble hunt. These characters include your best friend from high-school, your annoying cousin, your friend who lives clear across the US, and your dog, along with other Weeble-hunting adults.
Along your search for Weebles, you soon discover the TRUE reason you gave them away....Several Weebles were rumored to contain pieces of a map to a pirate treasure horde...the largest treasure horde known to exist. The government knew this and hypnotized everyone into giving their Weebles away to preschools and other children's events, such as Toys for Tots, which were all just a cover-up for the government's plan to steal them and get the maps. You must find all six Weebles that contain the map pieces, scattered throughout the world. The government has some of them, the others locations remains a mystery. You will brave cities, forests, mountains, oceans, jungles, icelands, and deserts to find those six elusive Weebles. Once you find them all, twist them open and get the map pieces out.
You will now journey with your friends to the Long-lost Island of Captain Weeble (where it's revealed the toy's name came from.) However, you meet up with the CIA and the FBI once you find the treasure, and there's this whole sequence of fight scenes, which eventually lead to the island's destruction. No one ends up with the pirate's treasure. HOWEVER, you realize that the six Weebles you needed to collect for the maps are the same Weebles that used to belong to YOU! So you are happy after all! :)
I think this game's look should be setup like Secret of Mana. The battles are similar to Secret of Mana, but up to 4 players, instead of just three. Each player can take control of a different character. The graphics would be mostly 2-D, like Mana, but with polygon effects to correct the perspective of towers, columns, and things like that. Some pre-rendered objects and backgrounds would be nice, but I don't want it to look exactly like Super Mario RPG.
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