- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 23rd Jul 2007 (USA), 800 points
- 29th Jun 2007 (UK/EU), 800 points
- 24th Apr 2007 (JPN), 800 points
Wii U eShop
- 8th May 2013 (JPN), ¥800
- 23rd May 2013 (UK/EU), £5.49
- 23rd May 2013 (USA), $7.99
- 9th Jun 2016 (UK/EU), £7.19
- 28th Jul 2016 (USA), $7.99
- 21st Sep 1994 (JPN)
- 1st Feb 1995 (USA)
- 24th Aug 1995 (UK/EU)
- Controller Support
- Classic, Gamecube
New 3DS / SNES
Kirby's Krazy Golf
Super NES title Kirby's Dream Course has made it to the New Nintendo 3DS, and we had to see how this non-conventional Kirby title has held up since its initial release in 1994. Kirby's Dream Course is effectively crazy golf with our little pink pal acting as the ball. Kirby has three lives with four attempts each, and unless...
Wii U eShop / SNES
Augusta this 'ain't
Kirby, being a lovable if slightly non-descript pink ball, can lend his hands — or flappy arms, whatever — to lots of things. Being shaped like a ball and all, he's indulged in pinball, for example, and when participating in his named spin-offs generally performs as the ball, rather than going all Mario and playing the sports...
Wii Virtual Console / Super Nintendo
A new spin on crazy golf
Kirby much like our friend Mario has never been afraid to offer his own take on another genre. In this case the world renowned sport of mini golf. Unlike other pitch and putt games like EA’s Zany Golf on the Megadrive Kirby has a few tricks up his sleeve. To destroy enemies in your path you roll into them rather than...
About The Game
Kirby's Dream Course puts a new spin on the sport of golf, with Kirby as the ball and his enemies as obstacles! There are eight different courses to conquer, each containing eight levels packed with obstacles like water, spikes, conveyor belts and trampolines.
In each level, take out all the enemies by rolling Kirby into them, and then head for the hole that appears. You can adjust the angle of Kirby's movement, add spin and power, and also copy the powers of enemies; such as using a parasol to float, ice to freeze water or fire to burn bad guys to a crisp!
As well as the challenging single-player mode, Kirby's Dream Course also features a two-player mode in which you can compete against a friend.