Wii U eShop / NES
Though Kirby made his debut a year prior on the Game Boy, it was 1993's Kirby's Adventure on the NES that cemented his appearance, his power-stealing ability, and his vast environments full of hidden secrets. Kirby's Adventure did a lot more than expand on the simple charm of Kirby's Dream Land; it earned him a place as one of...
Wii Virtual Console / NES
Kirby's first adventure
Kirby’s Adventure was released in 1993 when many gamers had packed up their NES in favour of the shiny new Sega Mega Drive / Genesis or a SNES. Those who stayed faithful to the mighty grey toaster and picked up this game at the time would have been in for a real treat. It really pushed the boundaries of the NES hardware,...
About The Game
Released in the later years of the NES, Kirby’s Adventure was a groundbreaking, graphically impressive platformer that famously introduced Kirby’s ability to copy the powers of his enemies.
In his one and only NES escapade, Kirby must reunite the shattered pieces of the Star Rod stolen by King Dedede, so that the residents of Dream Land can have a peaceful night’s sleep.
In his default form, Kirby is a near-powerless pink blob, but by sucking up enemies he can absorb their abilities; including a laser beam, fire blaster, boomerang and spikes. By gulping down two different kinds of enemy Kirby can also combine powers, sometimes with unexpected results.
With tons of bonus levels and minigames, plus more than 20 copy abilities to discover, Kirby’s Adventure is as full of surprises as Kirby himself!