Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
When Kirby is transformed into a tank for the first time, he can briefly be seen with the Rick the Hamster's color scheme.
Contributed by superNEScube
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The game's promotional art from E3 2014 shows an unused cyan-colored Waddle Dee, suggesting the game originally included a fifth player.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90
In the E3 2014 trailer for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, it was shown that Kirby is able to damage Whispy Woods by firing himself out of a cannon and hitting the tree's face. The cannon isn't present in the final game.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi
One music track exclusive to the stage Woodland Battle is titled Beware the Forest Fungus. This name may be a reference to the music track from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Beware the Forest's Mushrooms, but this may be a coincidence.
Contributed by Ophl
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When Kirby and the Rainbow Curse was shown at E3, the boss battle with Whispy Woods has a different level layout than the release version.
Contributed by Ophl
Near the end of the game Spoiler:where The Dark Crafter flees towards outer space, Elline and Claycia work together to turn Kirby into a rocket and chase after it. After Elline swipes Kirby once with the rocket picture she painted, Kirby will look almost exactly like Coo from Kirby's Dream Land 2 before Kirby is swiped again, turning him into a rocket.
Contributed by Liraxus
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The game was localized as Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush in Europe.
Contributed by Ophl
The game's frame-rate was purposely dropped by the developers to make the game have a more stop-motion feel.
Contributed by Boyobmas