Bust 'n' Move Station

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"Don't just stand there..."
Bust 'n' Move Station
Bust all the targets before time runs out!
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Bust 'n' Move Station is a mission in the Octo Expansion.

Gameplay

The player must destroy twenty crates of varying size and durability on a rotating platform without enemies within a two-minute time limit. The platform is large and wide with many inkable and uninkable walls, as well as several grated walls.

Gallery

Quotes

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C.Q. Cumber's Quotes

Please destroy all 20 target crates before time runs out.
The structure will rotate out from under you, so be sure to lay down some ink.
The timer will start once you jumped in.
You ran out of time - test failed.

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Cap'n Cuttlefish's Quotes

Whoa ho - it's spinning!
Halfway there - don't get complacent!

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Marina's Quotes

Listen up - you need to bust all 20 target crates before time runs out!
Almost done, Agent 8!

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Pearl's Quotes

Jump on in to get things started.
Rotation imminent!

Trivia

  • The English title and subtitle for this station are references to the 1989 dance/rap song Bust a Move by Young MC.
  • This station has a Game Boy Advance Wireless Adapter, Nintendo e-Reader and GBA screen magnifier floating around in the background.
  • The Japanese name of this station is a pun on "Cha shibaku" (have some tea) and is an Osaka dialect slang word.

Names in other languages

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Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese 回転率の高いカフェで
チャシバ区
時間内に マト 全部こわせ!
Kaitenritsu no takai kafe de:
Chashiba Ku Eki
Jikan uchi ni Mato zenbu kowase!
At a quick rotation cafe:
Chashiba Area Station
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Versplinterde aanpak
Vind je draai met houtbewerking
Breek alle kisten voordat de tijd om is!
Splintery approach
Find your twist with woodworking[note 1]
Break all boxes before the time runs out!
FlagFrance.svg French Tournicotis, tournis coton !
Chantier Chanmé[note 2]
Détruis toutes les cibles dans le temps imparti !

Meanie Shipyard
Destroy all the targets in the given time!
FlagGermany.svg German Oben ist das neue Unten!
Rotarbeuren
Zerstöre alle Ziele innerhalb des Zeitlimits!
Up is the new down!
Rotationbeuren[note 3]
Destroy all targets under a time-limit!
FlagItaly.svg Italian Armati più del cemento
Forte Calcespruzzo
Distruggi tutti i bersagli prima che scada il tempo!
Armed more than cement
Fort Concrete[note 4]
Destroy all the targets before the time runs out!
FlagRussia.svg Russian ...И чашки, прибитые к столу.
Чайвдвоемск
Плюхни все ящики за отведенное время!
...I chashki, pribityye k stolu.
Chayvdvoyemsk
Plyukhni vse yashchiki za otvedennoye vremya!
FlagSpain.svg Spanish Lugar de ocio cambiante
Virapedrusco
Destruye todas las dianas a tiempo.
Movable entertainmet place
Weltboulder
Destroy all targets in time.

Translation notes

  1. Comes from "je draai vinden", a Dutch expression meaning "to get used to (doing) something".
  2. "Chanmé" is verlan (slang consisting of words turned around) for "méchant" (mean, bad).
  3. Comes from 'rotation' and "-beuren", a suffix found in certain German city and district names.
  4. "Calcespruzzo" is the combination of the words "calcestruzzo" (concrete) and "spruzzo" (splash).


Octo Expansion Stations
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Line B
Line C
Line D
Line E
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Line G
Line H
Line I
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