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Battle Banzai is an improved version of Habbo's old game, Battle Ball. Battle Banzai was released on 21 September 2010 along with a range of furniture to decorate rooms.
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Battle Banzai still uses the same concept of Battle Ball but with more features. There are also Achievements to be earned from playing Battle Banzai such as achievements for scoring a certain amount of tiles.


To play Battle Banzai, the host requires four pieces of furniture; a timer, scoreboards, tiles and changing gates. The players must enter the Battle Banzai arena through a changing gate to add a space hopper to their user, the color of the gate determines the color of the hopper a Habbo is on. There are four colored teams available for Battle Banzai which are; blue, purple, yellow and green. The actual playing field/arena depends on the hosts choice as they set out the playing field/arena themselves from the furniture purchased.

The game aims to lock the most tiles on the playing field. When the timer is up, or all of the tiles have been locked, the winning teams' locked tiles flash on and off and the winners from the team wave automatically. Then, the game resets, and all the tiles turn off.

To make things fair, there is a limit of five players per team. If a sixth player tries to get through the team's changing gate, they will not have a space hopper added to their avatar as there are already five players on the team. As soon as one person from that team leaves, another person will be able to join.


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Rock, Paper, Scissors is a game on Habbo created by Volunteer of Habbo.com (International) which was chosen to be the 7th game in the Habbo Games Hub campaign. It consists of a gaming area that includes Pura Blocks and a lot of Wired furni. The aim of the game is similar to that of the real-life version, but in this attempt, the participants say the word rather than perform the hand gesture.In this game, users could win the "silver pawn" chess piece badge.

Two players enter the game area. The Wired is set up so that if you say either rock, paper or scissors, it will whisper it, and it will count as you go. Once the other player has chosen too, the Pura Blocks spell out the letter of the one you selected (R for rock, P for paper and S for scissors). The winner then stays on for another round whereby they must beat another contestant, the loser, however, will teleport out of the gaming area.

There are two lines in the game and two sets of Pura Blocks in red and blue - there are no advantages to whichever path you choose. Players line up and wait their turn, once ready the Area Gate will open and teleport them into the gaming area. Once both players are ready, the round begins. The game requires you a couple of wins and when you have accumulated the correct amount of points the player will teleport out of the game area allowing others to play.



  • The first catalogue game was not Battle Banzai as commonly thought! Habbo Finland users (and Habbo UK scripters) had Chess Boards, Battleships, Poker and Tic Tac Toe games which users could purchase in the year 2000. Unfortunately, they were removed from the catalogue in 2001 due to bugs but remained in a public room.
  • Poker, Battleships, Tic Tac Toe and Chess, were also the very first official games! They could be accessed by going to the Cunning Fox Game Hall between 2001-2007.
  • When Habbo France upgraded to V9 in January 2006, Gaming Tickets were accidentally made free for a day.
  • Habbo Dreams was Sulake's first mobile game - it was released back in July 2005!
  • The Wobble Squabble area was once colored green and black for a Mountain Dew campaign!