History VideoGame / KirbysDreamLand

14th Mar '17 12:55:19 PM Maetch
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* Bizarrchitecture: The windows of Dedede's castle are designed to elicit the image of an evil scowl, but they inexplicably turn to sad-looking "eyes" after Dedede gets blasted out through the roof.
14th Mar '17 12:52:31 PM Maetch
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* Bizarrchitecture: The windows of Dedede's castle are designed to elicit the image of an evil scowl, but they inexplicably turn to sad-looking "eyes" after Dedede gets blasted out through the roof.



** This scene is recreated in the ending of ''Super Star Ultra'''s "Revenge of the King", with the Waddle Dees consoling Dedede in place of Kirby.



* {{Oculothorax}}: Waddle Doos appear to have one single eye, aswell as Kracko, the boss of Bubbly Clouds.

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* {{Oculothorax}}: Waddle Doos appear to have one single eye, aswell as well as Kracko, the boss of Bubbly Clouds.
1st Mar '17 12:20:42 AM Rorosilky5
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* TheGoomba: Waddle Dee.

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* TheGoomba: Waddle Dee.Dees.



* {{Oculothorax}}: Kracko and Waddle Doo.

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* {{Oculothorax}}: Kracko and Waddle Doo.Doos appear to have one single eye, aswell as Kracko, the boss of Bubbly Clouds.
28th Feb '17 10:48:58 PM NoUsername
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* CulturalTranslation: In Japanese, one of the power ups Kirby can get is the Sweet Potato, which puffs him up and lets him "burp" out damaging dust clouds. The localization changed it to be a Mint Leaf instead, which lets Kirby defeat enemies with "minty-fresh breath".



* DubNameChange: Some of the items were renamed in the original localization: Mike became Microphone, Superspicy Curry became Spicy Food, Sweet Potato became Mint Leaf, and [[HyperactiveMetabolism Energy Drink]] became Pep Brew. The oddest has to be the [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Maxim Tomato]] which became a "Bag of Magic Food".

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* DubNameChange: Some of the items were renamed in the original localization: Mike became Microphone, Superspicy Curry became Spicy Food, Sweet Potato became Mint Leaf, and [[HyperactiveMetabolism Energy Drink]] became Pep Brew. The oddest has to be the [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Maxim Tomato]] which became a "Bag of Magic Food". While most of these renames didn't carry over to subsequent installments, the Mint Leaf did: when it reappeared in [[VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe Kirby Fighters]], it was given a unique model during localization.



* FriendlyEnemy: After clearing Extra Mode, a cutscene shows King Dedede sulking from his defeat. Kirby walks up to console him, then runs after him as he slinks away. This is the origin of Dedede's AntiVillain personality, which would be further established in ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure''.



* UnexpectedShmupLevel: The fight with the boss of Float Islands, Kaboola(later renamed Kabula in ''Ultra''), is this. These would later go on to become a staple of the series.

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* UnexpectedShmupLevel: The fight with the boss of Float Islands, Kaboola(later Kaboola (later renamed Kabula in ''Ultra''), is this. These would later go on to become a staple of the series.
29th Jan '17 7:47:44 PM Galacton
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* {{Acrofatic}}: Not only is King Dedede fat, he moves very fast.

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Not only is King Dedede fat, he moves very fast.surprisingly fast, for a fat penguin. Especially on Extra Mode.



* BubblyClouds: The second half of Float Islands and the name of the fourth level. Also the [[Main/TropeNamers Trope Namer]].
* CutscenePowerToTheMax: Kirby inflates himself in the ending to be bigger than Dedede's castle so he can carry it and return the food inside to the Dream Landers. However, this could be explained as him drawing from the power of the Sparkling Stars, since they go into him before he does so.

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* BubblyClouds: The second half of Float Islands and the name entirety of the fourth level. Also the [[Main/TropeNamers Trope Namer]].
* CutscenePowerToTheMax: Kirby inflates himself in the ending to be bigger than Dedede's castle so he can carry it and return the food inside to the Dream Landers. However, this could be is explained as him drawing from the power of the Sparkling Stars, since they go into him before he does so.so.
* DropTheHammer: King Dedede's WeaponOfChoice.



* DubNameChange: Some of the items were renamed in the original localization: Mike became Microphone, Superspicy Curry became Spicy Food, Sweet Potato became Mint Leaf, [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Maxim Tomato]] became Bag of Magic Food, and [[HyperactiveMetabolism Energy Drink]] became Pep Brew.

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* DubNameChange: Some of the items were renamed in the original localization: Mike became Microphone, Superspicy Curry became Spicy Food, Sweet Potato became Mint Leaf, [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Maxim Tomato]] became Bag of Magic Food, and [[HyperactiveMetabolism Energy Drink]] became Pep Brew.Brew. The oddest has to be the [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Maxim Tomato]] which became a "Bag of Magic Food".



** You can't copy abilities, dash, slide, or save progress after beating a stage. It's just simple suck-and-spit attacks. On top of that, Kirby doesn't fight a nightmarish EldritchAbomination at the end of this one; it's just him and Dedede.
** Western media also depicted Kirby as white just like the typical Game Boy screen, though Kirby was pink in Japan from day one.

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** You can't copy abilities, dash, slide, or save progress after beating a stage. It's just simple suck-and-spit attacks. On top of that, King Dedede is the BigBad in this game rather than simply possessed or fighting Kirby doesn't fight due to a nightmarish EldritchAbomination at the end of this one; it's just him and Dedede.
misunderstanding.
** Western media commercials and box art also depicted Kirby as white just like the typical Game Boy screen, though Kirby was pink in Japan from day one.



* FlunkyBoss: Kracko summons Waddle Doos during his boss fight against him.



* TheGoomba: Waddle Dee.



* {{Oculothorax}}: Kracko and Waddle Doo.



* ShockAndAwe: Kracko, a [[{{Oculothorax}} cycloptic]] thunder cloud boss. Also the Waddle Doos fire an electrical "Beam Whip" from their eye.



* UnexpectedShmupLevel: The fight with the boss of Float Islands, Kaboola(later renamed Kabula in ''Ultra''), is this.

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* UnexpectedShmupLevel: The fight with the boss of Float Islands, Kaboola(later renamed Kabula in ''Ultra''), is this. These would later go on to become a staple of the series.
15th Jan '17 5:42:37 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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** Mint Leaves were also another item that appeared in this game, allowing Kirby to temporarily infinitely shoot air pellets without deflating. Like the Superspicy Curry, they don't make a reappearance until ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'''s ''Kirby Fighters'' mode.

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** Mint Leaves (Sweet Potatoes in the original Japanese version) were also another item that appeared in this game, allowing Kirby to temporarily infinitely shoot air pellets without deflating. Like the Superspicy Curry, they don't make a reappearance until ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'''s ''Kirby Fighters'' mode.
6th Oct '16 12:23:40 AM Rorosilky5
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** TheBigBad: King Dedede

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** TheBigBad: BigBad: King Dedede



** TheEvilGenius: Lololo & Lalala

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** TheEvilGenius: EvilGenius: Lololo & Lalala



** TheDarkChick: Kabula

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** TheDarkChick: DarkChick: Kabula
8th Sep '16 6:45:32 AM Rorosilky5
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* UnexpectedShmupLevel: The fight with the boss of Float Islands, Kaboola, is this.

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* UnexpectedShmupLevel: The fight with the boss of Float Islands, Kaboola, Kaboola(later renamed Kabula in ''Ultra''), is this.
8th Aug '16 7:54:25 AM MissConception
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''Kirby's Dream Land'' (known as ''Hoshi no Kirby'' in Japan, meaning "Starry Kirby" or "Kirby of the Stars") is a 1992 video game developed by Creator/{{Nintendo}} subsidiary Creator/HALLaboratory that was released for the UsefulNotes/GameBoy. It is the first game of the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series. The story is simple: King Dedede and his minions have stolen all of Dream Land's food and the Sparkling Stars used to harvest it, so Kirby sets off to right these wrongdoings after hearing about it on his travels.

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''Kirby's Dream Land'' (known as ''Hoshi no Kirby'' in Japan, meaning "Starry Kirby" or "Kirby of the Stars") is a 1992 video UsefulNotes/GameBoy game developed by Creator/{{Nintendo}} subsidiary Creator/HALLaboratory that was released for the UsefulNotes/GameBoy.Creator/HALLaboratory. It is the first game of the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series. The story is simple: King Dedede and his minions have stolen all of Dream Land's food and the Sparkling Stars used to harvest it, so Kirby sets off to right these wrongdoings after hearing about it on his travels.
8th Aug '16 7:52:43 AM MissConception
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''Kirby's Dream Land'' (known as ''Hoshi no Kirby'' in Japan, meaning "Starry Kirby" or "Kirby of the Stars") is a 1992 video game developed by Nintendo subsidiary HAL Laboratories that was released for the UsefulNotes/GameBoy that was the introduction of Franchise/{{Kirby}}. The story is simple: King Dedede and his minions have stolen all of Dream Land's food and the Sparkling Stars that are used to harvest it. Hearing this plight while on his travels, Kirby sets off to reclaim the food and stars from King Dedede.

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''Kirby's Dream Land'' (known as ''Hoshi no Kirby'' in Japan, meaning "Starry Kirby" or "Kirby of the Stars") is a 1992 video game developed by Nintendo Creator/{{Nintendo}} subsidiary HAL Laboratories Creator/HALLaboratory that was released for the UsefulNotes/GameBoy that was UsefulNotes/GameBoy. It is the introduction first game of Franchise/{{Kirby}}. the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series. The story is simple: King Dedede and his minions have stolen all of Dream Land's food and the Sparkling Stars that are used to harvest it. Hearing this plight while on his travels, it, so Kirby sets off to reclaim the food and stars from King Dedede.
right these wrongdoings after hearing about it on his travels.



* DubNameChange: Some of the items were renamed in the original localization: Mike became Microphone, Superspicy Curry became Spicy Food, Sweet Potato became Mint Leaf, [[TrademarkFavoriteFood Maxim Tomato]] became Bag of Magic Food, and [[HyperactiveMetabolism Energy Drink]] became Pep Brew.



** Western media also depicted Kirby as white due to the Game Boy's screen, though in Japan, Kirby was pink from day one.

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** Western media also depicted Kirby as white due to just like the typical Game Boy's Boy screen, though in Japan, Kirby was pink in Japan from day one.



** Mint Leaves (called Sweet Potatoes in Japan) were also another item that appeared in this game, allowing Kirby to temporarily infinitely shoot air pellets without deflating. Like the Superspicy Curry, they don't make a reappearance until ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'''s ''Kirby Fighters'' mode.

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** Mint Leaves (called Sweet Potatoes in Japan) were also another item that appeared in this game, allowing Kirby to temporarily infinitely shoot air pellets without deflating. Like the Superspicy Curry, they don't make a reappearance until ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'''s ''Kirby Fighters'' mode.



* ThrowDownTheBomblet: Certain levels have bombs which, when spat out, send explosions forward that decimate all enemies in their way.

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* ThrowDownTheBomblet: Certain levels have bombs Bomb items which, when spat out, send explosions forward that decimate all enemies in their way.
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