BIONICLE: Quest for the Toa
BIONICLE Quest for the Toa
Video Game Information
Developer(s) Saffire Corporation
Publisher(s) Lego Software
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
Release dates October 2, 2001
Genre Adventure
Rating ESRB - E
Media Game Boy Advance ROM cartridge

BIONICLE: Quest for the Toa was the first BIONICLE game released for the Game Boy Advance on October 1, 2001 for North America and on November 2, 2001 for U.K. and the PAL Regions. It told the tale of the Chronicler Takua, as he searched for the Toa Stones to bring the Toa to Mata Nui. Its name was originally Tales of the Tohunga, but it was changed due to legal issues with the Maori. It was developed by Saffire Corporation.


The story starts out on the beaches of Mata Nui. Takua, after hearing he is needed in Onu-Koro, traveled there. After arriving, he found that the village's Turaga, Whenua, was missing. He ventured into the Onu-Wahi tunnels to find him. After defeating a Vatuka, Takua freed the Turaga. While in Onu-Koro, he found Onua's Toa Stone, as well as saving the village's Vuata Maca Tree.

Takua did the same thing in each village: Ga-Koro, Po-Koro, Le-Koro, Ko-Koro, and Ta-Koro, respectively. After finding Tahu's Toa Stone, he traveled through the lava river for a while, until he burst out of the Mangai Volcano and landed at Kini-Nui, where the six Turaga are waiting. Takua put the stones into their spots around the Amaja-Nui, activating a bright energy beam. In doing so, Takua accidentally catapults himself to Ta-Wahi beach, causing him to lose his memory. The energy beam was a signal, summoning the Toa to the island. When Takua wakes up, he finds footprints near an open canister in the sand...





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  • Its set number was 5782 and its GBA number was 2201287 for the North America version.


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