The evil King Dedede has stolen all the food from the peaceful Dreamland inhabitants. Kirby must find his way to Castle Dedede and defeat him to save his people.
Did You Know?
The color of Kirby was somewhat controversial during the release of this game (which featured the character's debut). Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto suggested that the character be yellow, but Kirby's creator, Masahiro Sakurai, insisted that Kirby should be pink; the latter was soon declared Kirby's official color. The Japanese packaging for the game presented Kirby as pink, but further confusion led to Kirby being shown as white on the North American box art. (It should be noted that the Game Boy system display technology of the time presented games in four shades of a yellow-green color.) By the mid-1990s, however, Kirby's pink color became the worldwide standard in all packaging, concept art, and game sprites depicting the character. See more
At the very end of the game (normal mode), there is a code for you to access the "Extra Mode" for a different, harder game. See more
Followed by Kirby: Canvas Curse