Power Spheras are high-tech robots carrying powers unimaginable. Coverted by many, these robots fled and hid themselves in various parts of the galaxy. One by one, Power Spheras have been hunted down and captured by those with ill intent. And now, their powers are used to wreak havoc and destruction throughout the universe. This is the tale of Earth's superhero, BoBoiBoy and his quest to save the Power Spheras and defend our galaxy.

Cici Ko, BoBoiBoy Galaxy

Power Spheres (Sfera Kuasa/Power Sphera) are robots that contain powers and protectors of the galaxy.


Extracted from the Prologue in BoBoiBoy: The Movie Comic Book Adaptation, Planet Ata Ta Tiga was invaded by evil aliens, the Kubulus created the Floating Island out of their enemies' sight. In that island, the Kubulus created Klamkabot, the first generation of Power Spheres. The evil aliens tried to destroy it but failed. Klamkabot defeated them and a new era of peace emerged from Planet Ata Ta Tiga.

Since then, the Power Spheres began to live with the Kubulus and they created more generations of Power Spheres. However, with the abilities of Power Spheres, the Kubulus became power-hungry. They reprogramed some Power Spheres into ruthless, mindless robot destroyers. With these robot destroyers, the Kubulus conquered many planets across the galaxy and formed a new empire.

Klamkabot did not accept the evil ways of Kubulus because Power Spheres were supposed to be protectors of the galaxy. He and other Power Spheres proceeded to attack them, but the Kubulus were well-prepared for their rebellion. They managed to destroy many of the Power Spheres who rebelled them.

In order to save the remaining Power Spheres, Klamkabot teleported all of them across the galaxy, scattering them. He also teleported himself and the Floating Island away. Before he ran away, he vowed that he would prevent any of the Power Spheres to fall into their hands.

Ever since, the Kubulus were commanded to hunt down and captured all of the Power Spheres until now.


As shown in the movie and its comic book adaptation, all Power Spheres, including Klamkabot and Ochobot, are created in the Floating Island. The island used to belong to the Kubulus, but now it was guarded by Klamkabot and the Power Sphere Lab Guard.

Known Power Spheres

  • Klamkabot - the 1st generation of Power Sphere
  • BellBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • HookaBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • CardBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • FireBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • InviBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • BalloonBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • CementBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • MelonBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • GigiBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • TargetBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • TrophyBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • NoseBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • LoopBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • DashBot - the * generation of Power Sphere
  • MekaBot - the 6th generation of Power Sphere
  • MotoBot - the 8th generation of Power Sphere
  • Ochobot - the 9th generation of Power Sphere
  • MegaBot
  • OmniBot
  • AlphaBot


Each Power Sphere has its own powers. For example:

Power Spheres also have the ability to fly or levitate. They can scan anyone and anything. They can display images and videos in screen form or holographic form. They can hack into certain machines as shown by Ochobot in Season 3, Episode 1. They can transfer their energies to one another. They are revealed to have self-healing properties as explained in the fan mails section in the official BoBoiBoy magazine.

Some Power Spheres have weapons. For example, Klamkabot has cannons that shoot laser beams.

Powers given by Power Spheres

Power Spheres have the ability to give powers to anyone. The powers given out by them usually come in a form of a watch called Power Band. However, not all the power sphere can gave the users a power via a Power Band. For instance, Captain Separo is using HookaBot as his hook-hand, BellBot becomes Cattus bell-necklace, and MotoBot is able to summon various vehicle for each user. As revealed by Ying in BoBoiBoy Galaxy Episode 12, there are some Power Spheres that are proximity type, which means anyone within the proximity of the power field emitted by this type of Power Sphere can use the given power. One notable proximity type Power Sphere is InviBot.

As stated in Season 1, Episode 1 and Season 1, Episode 3, Power Spheres are programmed to give their owners a power. Ochobot, despite being found by Adu Du and was activated using Tok Aba's Cocoa, mistook BoBoiBoy as his owner because he saw him first. Hence, Ochobot followed BoBoiBoy and ended up giving him power.

Besides their owners, Power Spheres can also give powers to other people or other Power Spheres if they feel that they should have the powers. This was proven in:

On the other hand, Power Spheres can refuse to give powers to people who they feel that they should not have. For example, Ochobot refused to give power to Adu Du in Season 2, Episode 8, while Klamkabot refused to give his Teleportation Power to Bora Ra.

Despite so, their powers can be extracted by force, as seen when Yoyo Oo used a machine to try to forcefully extract the Teleportation Power from Klamkabot, and when Bora Ra forcefully extracted the Teleportation Power from Ochobot using his Black Hole Power. However, extraction of power by force can weaken and damage Power Spheres severely.

The power data in Power Spheres can sometimes be scrambled, hence, they may forget and give wrong information about the given powers. After BoBoiBoy kicked Ochobot to save him from Adu Du, his power data was scrambled. This caused Ochobot to mistake Yaya's powers to be super strength and flight, while Ying's power to be super speed. He also forgot what Gopal's power was.

If the bearer cannot control the power given, Power Spheres can take a portion of the power's full potential away. This is shown when Ochobot took away a portion of the full potential of the Shadow Manipulation because Fang was unable to control the Shadow Dragon. Though, doing this so can cause some damages to the Power Sphere. Ochobot fainted after doing that to Fang. He also suffered some memory loss and fainted every time he saw Fang as seen in the earlier episodes of Season 2. This damage can be repaired once the Power Sphere recovers the memory that has been lost as seen in the ending of Season 2, Episode 8 when Ochobot recovered the memory on how he gave Fang the Shadow Manipulation power. As revealed in Season 2 Finale, Power Spheres can also restore the full potential of a given power. This was shown when Ochobot gave Fang his full potential of his power so he could summon the Shadow Dragon to destroy PETAI.

Power Spheres cannot create and give new powers once they used up their given powers as revealed in Season 3, Episode 25 as Ochobot only has five powers that time. However, they can give out their energies to upgrade the powers given in Power Bands as shown in the movie.

As Cici Ko state in episode 1 in BoBoiBoy Galaxy, the power of Power Sphere must not use so frivolously since the power can be very dangerous and able to make a havoc and destruction throughout the universe. According to Captain Kaizo in season 3, episode 25, only the chosen one who deserves to get a power from power sphere.

List of Powers given by Power Spheres


  • The alternate name for Power Sphere is "Ball of Power" (Bola Kuasa).
  • Since Power Spheres have an abundance of energy, they can be used as an energy source as seen in Season 1 Finale when Adu Du and Probe used Ochobot as alternate source of energy for Mukalakus.
  • The Tengkotak Gang is one of the most dangerous Power Sphere hunters.
  • As revealed in Season 3 Finale, Captain Kaizo's mission is to collect as many Power Spheres and their given Power Bands as possible to prevent them from falling into the wrong hands.
  • As revealed in BoBoiBoy Magazine #55, Ochobot is the last generation of Power Spheres.


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Original characters: BoBoiBoy | Yaya Yah | Ying | Gopal Kumar | Fang | Ochobot | Tok Aba | Adu Du | Probe | Computer | Papa Zola | Bago Go | Ejo Jo | BoBoiBoy Lightning | BoBoiBoy Wind | BoBoiBoy Earth | BoBoiBoy Fire | BoBoiBoy Water | BoBoiBoy Thunderstorm | BoBoiBoy Cyclone | BoBoiBoy Earthquake | Mr. Kumar | Azroy | Bago Go's Son | Big Cocoa | BoBoiBot | Canteen Lady | Captain Munch | Detective Conon | Five Scammer Commanders | Ibu Bu | Jaja Bear | Mama Zila | Megabot Scambot | Mr.Alebi | Mukalakus | Old Lady | Onion Monster | Pak Senin Koboi | PETAI | Postman | Ravi J. Jambul | Robolabolabolabolabot Super King | SampahBot | Sasha | Shield Monster | Sleeping Monster | Tauke | Teacher Timi | The Emperor | Wahid | Wak Baga Ga | Bagi Gi | Bagu Gu | Tom | BoBoiBoy's Father | Captain Kaizo | Lahap | BoBoiBoy's Gang | Team Kaizo
Movie characters: Bora Ra | Cici Ko | Gaga Naz | Kiki Ta | Klamkabot | Yoyo Oo | Tengkotak | Jero-Jero | BoBoiBoy Blaze | BoBoiBoy Ice | BoBoiBoy Solar | BoBoiBoy Thorn | Power Spheres
BoBoiBoy Galaxy characters: MotoBot | TAPOPS | Space Pirates | Cattus | BellBot | Captain Separo | HookaBot | Jokertu | CardBot | Waibi | BoBoiBoy Leaf | BoBoiBoy Light | Tarung | FireBot | Sai | Shielda | BalloonBot | CementBot | MelonBot | GigiBot | InviBot | Panto | Jugglenaut | Bad Dudes | TargetBot | NoseBot | TrophyBot | LoopBot | Mrs. Wawa | Aunty Yang | The Bikembars | Roktaroka


Season One: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Extended Finale
Season Two: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13
Season Three: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 | Episode 17 | Episode 18 | Episode 19 | Episode 20 | Episode 21 | Episode 22 | Episode 23 | Episode 24 | Episode 25 | Episode 26
BoBoiBoy Galaxy: Episode 1 | Episode 2 | Episode 3 | Episode 4 | Episode 5 | Episode 6 | Episode 7 | Episode 8 | Episode 9 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 | Episode 17


Rintis Island | Tok Aba and BoBoiBoy's Cocoa Shop | Tok Aba's House | Rintis Island Primary School | Adu Du's Hiding Box | The Haunted House | Pak Senin Koboi's Alley | Rintis Railway Station | Ata Ta Tiga | Yah's House | Ying's House | Kumar's House | Rintis Island Police Station | Rintis Island Park | Rintis Island Post Office | Toy Shop | Grocery Shop | The Floating Island | Gurunda | Dargha'ya | Volcania | Planet Circus


BoBoiBoy Our Superhero | Hang on Tight | BoBoiBoy International Trailer | Mister Boss and Probe | Suasana Di Hari Raya | BuBaDiBaKo | Jagalah Bumi | Bangkit Anak Muda! | Masih Di Sini | Di Bawah Langit Yang Sama | Dunia Baru | TAPOPS Theme Song

Games and Apps

BoBoiBoy: Adu Du Attacks! | BoBoiBoy: Photosticker | BoBoiBoy Super Kick | BoBoiBoy: Puzzle Clash | BoBoiBoy: Ejo Jo Attacks | BoBoiBoy: Bounce & Blast | BoBoiBoy: Power Spheres | BoBoiBoy Galactic Heroes

See Also

Animonsta Studios | Movie Animation Park Studios