Kirby's Dream Land
Kirby's Dream Land
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In the Extra Game credits, Chuckie's name is erroneously switched with Hurly's.
Contributed by Ophl
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The game's title screen was changed significantly when localized internationally. The background was likely removed to accommodate the larger title text.
Contributed by Ophl
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The bosses Lololo & Lalala from the second level (Castle Lololo) are based on Lolo and Lala from the Eggerland series.
Contributed by G-Haven
The reason why Kirby is colored white in the American cover for Kirby's Dream Land is because Nintendo of Japan was having a debate on Kirby's color - which was pink or yellow. The game's creator Sakuri wanted pink, but Shigeru Miyamoto thought yellow would be better. Sakuri's eventually won the debate. However, Nintendo of America didn't know if Kirby was pink or yellow at the time of making the box art, so they decided to play it safe and make Kirby white like he appears in the game.
Contributed by GamerBen144
By waiting for 20 seconds on the pause screen, Kirby will dance. This only happens once for every time you pause the game, and can only be seen again by unpausing the game, pausing it again, and waiting another 20 seconds.
Contributed by game4brains
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Kirby's victory dance was going to have individual sprites that show Kirby dancing, but because there wasn't enough memory, the developers used a combination of Kirby's regular move-set to make it look like Kirby's dancing.
Contributed by kirbologist