LittleBigPlanet 2 Walkthrough – 6. The Cosmos – Full Metal Rabbit

Published on March 5th, 2011

Our LBP2 walkthrough continues as you call for the help of Robobun again! Check out this guide for tips on how to pop all the prize bubbles.

The Huge Spaceship has crashed on the other side of the planet and you’re trapped inside a force field! It’s time to call for the help of Robobun again, but not before you have to see off some of those evil meanies single-handedly.

Part One
In the first section, you need to get into the habit of throwing a bomb at the meanies in the towers just as they’re releasing another one. You then need to catch the second bomb as you destroy the tower with the first, and then keep hold of it to use it to release some of the prize bubbles that you’ll see hidden behind walls that can only be destroyed if you have a bomb in hand. It’s quite tricky to get the timing right, but it’s the only way you’ll get 100% in this level.

Part Two
Now you’re back in control of Robobun. Remember to use his slam attack to smash objects.

- You need to smash the spot-lights before they let out their pink laser. There’s a visual clue if you watch closely. Jump above the spotlights while they’re light is white. As soon as you see it turn pink, stay where you are out of the way otherwise you’ll die.

There are no hidden prize bubbles along the way; they are all in plain view so there’s no need to miss out on any.

Check out the main LittleBigPlanet 2 walkthrough page for level guides and tips.

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