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Nintendo NES
Nintendo of America
HAL Laboratory
UPC: 45496630720

Released: 5-01-93
Players: 1
Country Origin: US

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3rd-Person Perspective, Platform, Side-Scrolling

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Kirby's Adventure Box Description

What would Dream Land be without dreams? A nightmare! The Dream Spring, source of all dreams, has dried up, taking with it all the blissful dreams of Dream Land. It's up to Kirby, the bombastic blimp, To return happy naps to the inhabitants of Dream Land! Kirby's appetite for adventure is as big as ever as he eats his way through a feast of all-new enemies! In this adventure, he can also steal the abilities of the bad guys he scarfs down! With this new power, Kirby can perform 20 new tricks that will help him make his way through the nightmare infested Dream Land! Kirby's Adventure features brand new worlds to explore with the same fun action-packed feel that made Kirby's Dream Land for Gameboy a hit!

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Kirby's Adventure Review by: pollution_skunk - 10/10

The true kickstarter of the Kirby franchise
As I said before in my Recca review, the NES' last years (1989-1994) were an amazing time for the console and it's owners.
The ugly grey toaster that somehow saved the then-young videogame industry from the Great Crash of 1983 was pretty old at the time, but Nintendo enginereed it so that it could live forever in the minds of videogamers and developers alike! When such achievment is successfully obtained in the virtual entertainment industry (which it was in the NES' case), it's common for dedicated developers to keep making software for it even when better equipment exists out there, and this (seemingly) insane dedication often leads into dev teams "mastering" the hardware they work on - i.e., being able to squeeze every single bit of processing power the console/handheld has to offer.

One of those teams that managed to do so with the NES was Nintendo themselves... Well, not exactly. I'm actually talking about HAL Laboratory (ex-HALken), the Big N second-party/subdivision responsible for Kirby, Super Smash Brothers, EarthBound (partially) and many other classic franchises exclusive to the japanese developer's devices. What few people know is that before being directly combined with Big N in the late 90's/early 00's, HAL was a developer free to work in any hardware they wished to! In fact, their first creation was the Eggerland/Adventures Of Lolo series of cutesy-but-though-with-a-few-quirks sliding-puzzle games, with the first in the series, the eponymous Eggerland Mystery! (yes, it has that exclamation mark at the end), being released in Japan and Europe for MSX1 computers in 1985, three years before they struck a deal with Nintendo. After re-creating and remixing the previously-released Eggerland games for Nintendo's 80's console, their first "original" creation for the nipponic gargantuar was a tech demo showcasing the then-upcoming Game Boy's capabilities. The project presented was a simple platformer with a smiley face nicknamed "PoPoPo" as the player's (in this case, a young Masahiro Sakurai) avatar. Liking the character and the concepts presented in the demonstration, He, the great Shigeru Myiamoto, demanded that it had to be made into a full game with his assistance. PoPoPo was developed into a round hyperactive little... thing... with arms and feet and a voracious appetite, and thus Kirby's Dreamland was born.

It was a massive hit (as all Nintendo games were at the time), spawning a number of small cash-in/spinoff titles that used the original game's assets to build virtual pinball tables, a Breakout/Arkanoid clone (thus being a sequel to HAL's earlier GB title Alleyway) and a competitive match-three puzzle game. They were all released exclusively to the Game Boy in the short span of time between 4/27/1992 and 3/26/1993, when Kirby finally got a brand-new game for the aging NES in the form of Kirby's Adventure. Not only it's one of the 8-bit console's finest platformers and a huge technical achievment for such a lovingly dated device, it's also the game that set up all now-well-known Kirby traditions and really put the series on it's way to being one of Big N's best.


Right off the bat, you'll notice that Kirby is extremely versatile for an 8-bit platformer hero. Aside from the basic actions everyone can do, the pink fluffbal can dash, slide, fly (for an unlimited time!) and... use his mouth as a vacuum to store enemies whole in his tiny little body and spit them back at other mean critters. I know it's a pretty crazy gameplay mechanic, but someone who played Kirby's Dreamland before will be used to it. What probably threw off some early Kirby fans is the character's now-trademark Copy Abilities! Back in KD, special objects you found through the stages could be sucked in to give you special abilities like spitting fireballs and defeating all on-screen enemies with an ear-piercing noise, but Adventur makes them obtainable by sucking up enemies and... digesting... them. All of Dreamland's powers are back in improved forms (the Mike/Microphone ability lets you sing three times per enemy sucked now, as an example), and a wider variety of powers is now available, with most of them becoming Kirby trademarks. The controls themselves are very well-done, fluid and easy to learn, making the game one of the most (if not the most) newbie-friendly NES platformers out there.

I just think that more care would be put on the Copy Ability department. Multiple moves for each ability, achieved either by button combinations like in Kirby Super Star or by a partner system like the one in Kirby's Dreamland 2 and 3, would be a very neat addition, but I understand the series was walking in baby steps at the time. Nonethless, some abilities feel incomplete and/or are hard to control - a particular example being the Wheel power, that doesn't let you jump while transformed (a problem also fixed in later Kirby titles). So, because of these small problems, I give this game's gameplay a 9 out of 10.

DIFFICULTY AND DEPTH: 5/10 and 10/10

The "mainline" Kirby games are always designed to be easy enough for younger and/or casual gamers to beat, at the same time offering secrets and extra challenges for dedicated gamers to aim for, and Kirby's Adventure captures this perfectly. The difficulty curve is pretty soft and no stage is as hard as the ones from Mega Man, Castlevania or even Super Mario Bros. 3, so the game's challenge comes from having to fully explore each of the stages to find switches that open extra rooms in each world's hub. Finding and activating all of these switches is mandatory to clear KA with a 100% completeness rating, and the rooms you discover can offer either mini-games that reward you with extra lives when you do well or a quick-warp system to all of the game's colorful lands.

Kirby's Adventure also presents some pretty neat post-100% content for the hardcore gamer. Some stages have secret/alternate routes that greatly increases it's difficulty and offer big rewards (the easiest to find and most famous being the secret entrance to 7-2's miniboss tower), and getting 100% in the normal game opens up Extra Mode (a Kirby tradition), that challenges you to re-beat the game with half your lifebar... and in one go! Kirby's Adventure cartridge (and subsequently it's ROM) is equipped with a battery backup (a.k.a. saving) system, something very rare for an 8-bit platformer. Better yet, it autosaves with each stage beaten and each switch pressed! This makes progressing through the game very sweet and easy. Even if you don't find all the secrets when you defeat the final boss, the "V.S. BOSS!" (yet another Kirby tradition stabilished here) mode will open up in the menu, challenging you to beat all of the game's bosses without any ability (although you can absorb abilities from certain bosses' attacks) and with a single life!

STORY: 10/10

The story is simple and fully explained in the post-title screen intro, and it goes like this: One day, the inhabitants of Kirby's native Dream Land (including the puffball himself) stopped having peaceful dreams while they sleep. The brave little pink thing decides to investigate and finds out that Dream Land's self-proclaimed king, the fat penguin DeDeDe, broke the Star Rod (not the one from Paper Mario!) and is using the sanctuary it powered, the Fountain Of Dreams (better known as one of the best stages in Super Smash Bros. Melee) as his personal swimming pool (wait, what?). Now Kirby has to defeat all of 3D's henchmen guarding the pieces of the Rod (with some coming back from Kirby's Dreamland) and crush the crazy king!

While pretty normal at first, the plot has a small twist and a nightmarish true final boss after the battle against Triple D, setting yet another Kirby tradition in place. The care put on explaining the storyline in-game and the twist at the end makes it feel special and different than most other retro platformers, so I give it a full 10 out of 10.


Kirby's Adventure is the only official NES game to have the impressive (for the console) memory size of 4 Mega (512 Kilo), and it's graphics show it off. The game is, simply put, the most colorful and varied in Nintendo's beloved console's massive library, with small but well-animated and detailed sprites, artsy backgrounds that are reused in few levels and always with some added/changed part, and some truly amazing graphical effects.

Each room of every stage has it's unique pastel color pallete focusing on the color your current world is named after that also affects enemies, giving the illusion of lighting effects in an 8-bit console! Speaking of lighting, a few rooms are dark at first, making the black doors that help you advance through the game hard to see, but a rare ability can brighten up things so you can find the exit. It's all those neat graphical effects like the shine in the sword of the Sword (derp) ability, the auroras in the ice stages and the final boss' transparent body that makes Kirby's Adventure really stand out. I only think some backgrounds could use some parallax scrolling, but it would be just a tiny effect lost in an ocean of much better ones anyway.

SOUND: 10/10

Another example of Kirby's Adventure 4-Mega superiority lays on it's sound. The soundtrack is big and varied with multiple songs for each world, with the tunes you hear in each hub room being unique and my personal favorites along with the final boss' theme. Many stages use the same songs, but they are all catchy to the point of you never getting tired of them.

The sound technology used to produce the game's beats is also one of the best and most advanced in the NES, extensively using the console's PCM and PSG channels to produce an unique soundtrack, comparable only to HAL's own Adventures Of Lolo III. Paying the due respects, I give the sound department a 10 out of 10.


Kirby's Adventure isn't a game to be addicted to, but trying to find all switches and secret passageways and beating the secret modes can be quite a challenge, so it proves to have some content that you can re-visit later. Another cool thing to mess with are the abilities. Try playing a whole stage with only the Throw or Backdrop powers - it's a cool and crazy challenge.

OVERALL: 10/10

Kirby's Adventure is the best platformer on the NES and one of it's best games, but not one of the Kirby franchise's biggest gems. At the time, the series was just beggining and needed some improvements on some finer aspects, but the game is excellent anyway and a limit-breaking retro masterpiece. I actually prefer the original 8-bit version over the GBA remake (Kirby's Nightmare in Dream Land) because of the things it manages to do with the NES' hardware, and even if you already played the enchanced version, you should try the original someday... preferably right now.
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Depth 10   Story 10   Difficulty 5

Kirby's Adventure Game Description

The Dream Spring, the source of all dreams, has dried up, causing all the dreams of Dream Land to disappear. Now it's up to Kirby to rescue Dream Land! Kirby's Adventure is an action/adventure side scrolling platform game. As the pink puffball Kirby you will explore numerous, colorful lands with a variety of enemies to defeat. To help out on his journey, Kirby has the ability to eat enemies and spit them out as projectiles. With certain enemies Kirby can capture their abilities and e.g. gain a sword, shoot lasers, or even fly around the level. There are seven different stages, each broken up into multiple levels, and sometimes also containing a couple of bonus mini-games. The game cartridge features a battery backup allowing games to be saved without the need for passwords.

Kirby's Adventure Reviews

Overall 9.2    Graphics 8.6    Sound 8.6    Addictive 8.1    Story 7.1    Depth 7.9    Difficulty 4.9

Kirby Adventure (Kirby game Review)   tornadocam
Here we go we are going on a tornado adventure with me tornadocam. Only kidding we are going to be r...
      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 02-12-14     Updated: 11-19-14     Review Replies: 1

My Review on: Kirby's Adventure   accpikachu2
Hello everyone!  I beat Kirby's Adventure a while ago so I thought "why not do a review?"  ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 1   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4.4/5     Submitted: 07-03-13     Review Replies: 2

Kirby's Adventure Review by: TreasurePlanet23   TreasurePlanet23
Introduction: Kirby's Adventure is a side-scrolling platform game for the Nintendo Entertainment Sys...
  Graphics 5   Sound 4   Addictive 4   Story 3   Depth 4   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 06-13-13     Review Replies: 8

Kirby's Adventure Review   Marcmoney
Overall - 9.1 Kirby's Adventure is one of the greatest adventure games ever.  I played this ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 7   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 07-05-11     Review Replies: 0

The true kickstarter of the Kirby franchise   pollution_skunk
As I said before in my Recca review, the NES' last years (1989-1994) were an amazing time for the co...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 12-31-13     Review Replies: 0

One of the Last Games for the NES   luigi25
Kirby's Adventure was one of the last games released for the NES in the spring of 1993. It is the s...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 5   Depth 9   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 06-22-16     Updated: 12-17-18     Review Replies: 2

It's round! It's pink! It's Kirby!   MitsuriZX
Welcome citizens of Vizzed! This is MitsuriZX with a never-ending dose of cuteness as we review Kirb...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Story 7   Depth 6   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 03-19-13     Review Replies: 5

The amazing game. :) (Staff review #9)   Stevie 764
A Kirby game that not only showed kirby's real color of pink, but also had lots of technology at the...
  Graphics 8   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 7   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.7/5     Submitted: 11-24-12     Review Replies: 4

Part 4 of my kirby spree.   RedHotToddy
As you guys should know, I have so far reviewed 3 Kirby games in the franchise so far, Kirby's dream...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 7   Story 7   Depth 7   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.4/5     Submitted: 08-07-13     Review Replies: 1

Kirby's Adventure   Totts
With Kirby Nintendo finds another ‘star’ to compete, quite literally, with Mario, only ...
      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 02-20-12     Review Replies: 0

Kirby's (Awesome) Adventure   tyguy1141
Overall Good Game. I recommend it!...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 03-14-13     Review Replies: 0

Kirby's Adventure review!   G@mehe@d
INTRODUCTION: Kirby's adventure was released for the NES in 1993 and had 6 megabits of data. The gam...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 7   Depth 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.2/5     Submitted: 07-15-12     Review Replies: 0

Kirby's Adventure - Greatness in a Cartridge   mega man221
This is my review for the great game - Kirby's Adventure! This game is a total classic and deserves ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 2

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 07-17-14     Review Replies: 2

Kirby's Adventure NES   billythekidmons..
Kirby’s Adventure may not have been the first Kirby game in Nintendo’s long running fr...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 09-28-11     Review Replies: 6

Kirby!   VizzedGuy111
Kirby's Adventure Review    By: VizzedGuy111    Introduction    F...
  Graphics 6   Sound 5   Addictive 8   Story 6   Depth 7   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 01-26-15     Review Replies: 1

Kirby's Greatest "Adventure" Ever!   acam
This game is considered a major turning point in the Kirby Series. This is probabnly due to the many...
  Graphics 10   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 06-06-12     Review Replies: 2

Kirby's adventure   minorman4
Kirby's adventure is a fun and addicting game. I am most probably go back and try to get further in ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 2.8/5     Submitted: 06-04-11     Review Replies: 1

kirby's adventure review   kami2234
Hey hey hey it's kami2234 and am going to review Kirby's adventure so sit back and enjoy the re...
  Graphics 7   Sound 8   Addictive 7   Story 9   Depth 4   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 2.7/5     Submitted: 06-25-12     Review Replies: 1

kirby's adventure review   kami2234
Hey hey hey it's kami2234 and am going to review Kirby's adventure so sit back and enjoy the re...
  Graphics 7   Sound 8   Addictive 7   Story 9   Depth 4   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 2.7/5     Submitted: 06-25-12     Review Replies: 2

The pink puffballs beginning   kirbyluver4life
The graphics could have been better, but for nes Kirby's graphics were great, and like all other Kir...
  Graphics 5   Sound 8   Addictive 6   Story 4   Depth 7   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 2.6/5     Submitted: 12-10-11     Review Replies: 1

Kirby's Adventure (NES) Review Version   LukeHayesII
This is a very addictive game, since you're playing to what seems to me like a children's game, but ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Story 4   Depth 8   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 2.4/5     Submitted: 08-14-13     Review Replies: 6

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Kirby's Adventure Cheat Codes

Extra Mode: Find all switches hidden in normal stages and beat the final boss to unlock Extra Mode. Extra Mode challenges you to beat the whole game with half your lifebar and in a single run.
TIP: When you complete a stage, pay attention to it's door. If it's still orange, a switch is hidden somewhere there! Try to use different abilities on different walls, and look for black spots or other strange background elements to find them.

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theweapon2 03-04-17 - 05:34 AM
 Who doesn't love kirby?
Game08 01-05-16 - 04:43 AM
 I like the GBA Version, its better.
EmeraldCat 07-07-15 - 03:35 AM
 If you lose the infinite UFO you can always get another 1
EmeraldCat 07-07-15 - 03:31 AM
 How to get RED UFO : once you've got the infinite UFO glitch get hit by an enemy that spits fire and hold up (if you get hit) (and not after the hit) Note : If you press select and swallow the star it will give you nothing.
EmeraldCat 07-07-15 - 03:28 AM
 How to get infinite UFO : Beat a level that has an UFO in it When you've beated the level go back and swallow the UFO press START & SELECT at the same time and choose exit stage If you've done it correctly BAM INFINITE UFO!
Snodeca 04-15-15 - 04:58 AM
 Finally finished my playthrough of the game, (I guess), THIS GAME IS SO HARD ;-;
Snodeca 04-06-15 - 10:27 AM
 I like this game. I'm doing a blind playthrough of this game lol... I have to rate the difficulty as 8, this game is incredibly hard imo.
Lexatom 04-03-15 - 05:15 PM
 Dat box cover art tho.
awesomenoobdude 03-09-15 - 09:28 AM
 The sword fight against Meta Knight is hard.
gamr129 08-05-14 - 12:29 PM
 game is to easy. i can beat it in a few hours
sfr mm 567 05-27-14 - 07:18 PM
 just finished this game it was amazing
AWESOMEGUY123 04-13-14 - 05:10 PM
 this game is the game that got me "into" Kirby (I quote into because I had Kirby superstar ultra but it didn't quite make me a Kirby fan)
moomoowillie 04-13-14 - 05:05 PM
Jordanv78 02-27-14 - 11:20 AM
 It doesn't really matter since you can use the save-states with the emulator on this site and save at any point in the game.
as140 02-26-14 - 07:50 AM
 What are you all talking about. It has a saving function ( even automatically saving). I played it on my old Nes.
Aska1987 12-23-13 - 06:13 AM
 I nearly won this game on wii u, spinning ball boss before nightmare is really hard
Awesome-Kid 11-15-13 - 09:31 PM
 My favourite NES game!!
Lagslayer 11-06-13 - 09:19 PM
 This came out right at the end of the NES's life. It had all the best components and really showcased what the console could do, both graphically and otherwise.
duckman2003 08-18-13 - 05:30 PM
 really nice graphics! I mean REALLY nice graphics! I know because I made it all the way to 6-3!
Jordanv78 08-09-13 - 09:48 AM
 Save features weren't always built into games back then because of the cost involved to have a built in batter backup which is what those roms required to do so.
action man 3000 07-04-13 - 10:14 AM
 This game is very long like the Wii version but one question Nintendo. Why is there no save feature? Overall it's a good game.
draconiskitty 05-21-13 - 01:37 PM
 I got stuck really early on.... there was a guy throwing bombs and all i had was the normal ability...
wisekirby 03-17-13 - 12:23 PM
 i made it all the way to yougurt yard 0_-
sonic2436 03-01-13 - 05:08 PM
 -_- /
sonic2436 02-27-13 - 05:21 PM

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