|The King of All Cosmos|
|Price||N/A (see "How To Obtain")|
|Characteristics||Shoots rainbows that turn the hit object that color.|
|Update||Halloween Update (2016)|
The King of All Cosmos has grey skin, black hair and beard, a blue jacket and brownish pants with a gold belt. He also has a white collar and gold crown.
When moving, the sound of a record being scratched can be heard over the music. The King of All Cosmos can also send rainbow lines forward which turn any object in front of them rainbow-coloured. A bonus feature is that on the run start screen, he can be seen posing lazily on the grass. As with all the Katamari mascots, there is a mix of cars and cattle to avoid on the roads. Turning enough objects rainbow-coloured will unlock the Queen of All Cosmos.
How to ObtainEdit
The King of All Cosmos cannot be unlocked by the Prize Machine because it is a secret mascot. To unlock him, the player should follow these steps:
- Unlock and play as The Prince of All Cosmos.
- Collect items from the ground to make your Katamari Ball bigger.
- Eventually when you collect enough you will unlock The King of All Cosmos. You do not need to collect all the items in one round.
- The Katamari mascots are based on the characters of the third-person puzzle/action video game, Katamari Damacy.
- In Japanese, Katamari (塊) means "clump" or "clod" and Damashii is the rendaku form of tamashii (魂) which means "soul" or "spirit". Therefore, the phrase approximates to "clump soul".
- In the game, the Cosmos has been destroyed by the King of All Cosmos because of his binge-drinking. To rebuild the stars, constellations, and the Moon, the Prince of All Cosmos must collect objects by rolling them into an ever-increasing Katamari ball until they are large enough to become stars.
- In Katamari Damacy, the King of All Cosmos is very lazy and Crossy Road has captured this idea by having the King start each round lazing around on the grass before he starts each run.
- The graphic artist, Keita Takahashi, originally designed the characters with heads shaped like hammers, for a game called Action Drive. The hammer heads would stun humans and steering wheels would be attached to the humans’ heads. When production on Action Drive was discontinued, the characters were recycled for use in Katamari Damacy.