It makes its debut in Yo-kai Watch Blasters: Moon Rabbit Crew.
Its appearance is similar to that of a Noko, but its tail is star-shaped, and it has a star with a pair of antennae on its head. It's blue with cream-colored spots on the lower part of its body.
Yo-kai Watch Blasters
To befriend Starry Noko the player must perform a VIP link with both versions of the game, then collect 5 Golden Balls and use them in the VIP Crank-a-kai.
1: Talk to Sergeant Slug until he gives you a Golden Ball.
2: After buying multiple items from Seaweed Sensei's shop he will give you a Golden Ball.
3: If you do a VIP Patrol and befriend Arachnevil a cutscene will play and he will give you a Golden Ball.
4: A Golden Ball can be collected as a random reward by using the VIP coins received by High Gnomey in the VIP Crank-a-kai.
Yo-kai Watch 3
Starry Noko appears in the VIP room of Wayfarer Manor in BBQ.
"Tsuchinoko Seijin" translates as "tsuchinoko alien".
His English name is a combination of starry and Noko.
His French name is a combination of Noko and O.V.N.I.
His Spanish name, Noko Estelar is translated as "Star Noko/ Stellar Noko", Estreniko combines "Estrella" (Star) with "Astronauta" (Astronaut) and "Tsuchinoko".
The Japanese name of Starry Noko's Soultimate is a reference to Michi to no Sōgū (Japanese: 未知との遭遇パワー "Encounter with the Unknown"), Japanese title for the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
In other languages
- Italian: Noko Stella/Nokonauta
- German: Kosmonoko (YWWW)/Sternenoko (YW3)
- French: Nokovni
- Spanish: Noko Estelar/Estreniko
- Japanese: ツチノコ星人Tsuchinoko Seijin
- Korean: 외계 스네이크 oegye seuneikeu