100% completion

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100% completion is a term referring to the act of completing every objective in a game or activity, whether they be required for normal (any%) completion, or optional side-objectives. This designation may be formal or informal, and in the former case, may not actually require performing every task the game offers (an example being playing the Sub-Games in certain Kirby titles). Aiming for 100% completion is often regarded as more difficult than completing with a lower percentage, though the process can also result in collecting bonus items such as Vitality hearts which make the game easier.

Most titles in the main Kirby series have some sort of indicator of the player's progress toward 100% completion, which may be a percentage in of itself, and may also bestow an honorary title or emblem onto the player's save file depending on this percentage. Titles that track percentage also typically give the player a reward of some sort should the 100% mark be reached.

Kirby's Adventure[edit]

A 100% completed save file in Kirby's Adventure (3D Classics version).

To reach 100% in this game, the player must complete the main game and press all of the Big Switches. Doing so will unlock the Extra Game. Completing the Extra Game does not affect the save file percentage, but the player's rank title will change and the Sound Test will be unlocked.

The following is a list of each rank title the player is given, and at what percentage:

  • 1% - 9% -> Water Drop
  • 10% - 19% -> Son of Wind
  • 20% - 29% -> Li'l Traveller
  • 30% - 39% -> Swift Hunter
  • 40% - 49% -> Star Herald
  • 50% - 59% -> Dream Hunter
  • 60% - 69% -> Dream Warrior
  • 70% - 79% -> Star General
  • 80% - 89% -> Great Ace
  • 90% - 99% -> Final Star
  • 100% -> Hero of Lore
  • 100% + Extra Game cleared -> Super Star

Kirby's Dream Course[edit]

There is no in-game tracker of completion in Kirby's Dream Course. However, an informal 100% could involve collecting gold medals on all single player courses in both the Main Game and Extra Game.

Kirby's Dream Land 2[edit]

A 100% completed save file in Kirby's Dream Land 2.

To reach 99% in this game, every Rainbow Drop must be collected, and every Bonus Chance must be completed before finishing the main game.

The last Percent is awarded when Kirby rescues Girl blob/Chao in one of the Animal Friend bags (1 in 8 chance of appearing instead of Gooey).

Upon reaching 100%, the player is awarded with some extra game options on their file. The Sound Test and Boss Endurance modes are unlocked. In addition, all of the Bonus Chances can be played in sequence.

The following are the percentage gains toward 100% Completion for each task in Kirby's Dream Land 2:

Kirby's Dream Land 2 percentage gains  
Task Requirement Percentage
Complete stages 2% per stage (31 in total) 62%
Defeat Bosses 2% per Boss (7 in total) 14%
Collect Rainbow Drops 2% per Rainbow Drop (7 in total) 14%
Defeat Dark Matter Kirby can only fight Dark Matter after collecting all Rainbow Drops 3%
Achieve perfect in Bonus Chance 1% per Bonus Chance (6 in total) 6%
Rescue Girl blob (E) / Chao (J) 1 in 8 chance of appearing instead of Gooey 1%

Kirby Super Star[edit]

A 100% completed save file in Kirby Super Star.

To reach 100% completion in Kirby Super Star, all the main games must be completed, with both secret areas unlocked in Dyna Blade (Kirby does not need to visit either of the Trial Rooms or Stage E), all 60 Treasures collected in The Great Cave Offensive, and all 19 Copy Essence Deluxe pedestals collected in Milky Way Wishes. From there, The Arena must also be completed.

Completing the Arena grants access to the Sound Test.

Kirby's Star Stacker (Game Boy)[edit]

Alternate title screen.

There is no formal percentage gauge for Kirby's Star Stacker for Game Boy, but if all difficulties of Round Clear are completed and Insane difficulty is unlocked in the Challenge and Time Attack modes, Kirby will be given a crown and Star Rod on the title screen.

Kirby's Star Stacker (SNES)[edit]

Alternate title screen.

As with the Game Boy version, Kirby's Star Stacker for Super Famicom is marked as "complete" when Kirby gains a crown on the starting screen. The requirements to make this happen are as follows:

  • Defeat Gryll in the Story Mode.
  • Complete Round Clear on "Insane" difficulty.
  • Stack 2000 or more stars in the Challenge mode on any difficulty.
  • Stack 200 stars or more in a Time Attack round on any difficulty.
  • Win 30 VS rounds in total. (unlock/begin "Insane" difficulty)

Kirby's Dream Land 3[edit]

A 100% completed save file in Kirby's Dream Land 3.

The Sound Test is unlocked after defeating King Dedede, regardless of which ending is obtained.

To reach 97% completion, all Heart Stars must be collected, and the game completed with them, which in turn unlocks MG-5.

To reach 99%, MG-5, which is a rush with all 5 Minigames, and Boss Butch have to be completed as well.

The final 1% is awarded after finishing a game of Jumping (unlocked after beating MG-5) with a score of 10 or above. Doing so will unlock a ? option in the OPTION menu, which lets the player watch all cut-scenes in the game, either separately or one after another.

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards[edit]

A 100% completed save file in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.

In Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, defeating Miracle Matter, regardless of which ending is obtained, will unlock the Sound Check.

To make the save file display 100% completion, every Crystal Shard must be collected, and the game completed. This unlocks the Boss Battles mode and the option to view all the scenes from the game one after another on the Theater.

While every difficulty of 100-Yard Hop, Bumper Crop Bump and Checkerboard Chase can be unlocked and beaten, all of the Enemy Info Cards can be collected, and the Boss Battles mode can be beaten, none of these feats have any influence on the 100% meter.

Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble[edit]

The screen shown after obtaining 100% completion in Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble.

To reach 100% completion, the game must be completed after collecting all 32 Red Stars in both the normal mode and the Extra Stage. Doing this will change the background color of the title screen to pink.

Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land[edit]

The 100% completion screen for the Normal Game in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
The 100% completion screen for the Extra Game in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.

To reach 100% completion, both the Main Game and Extra Game must be completed with every Big Switch pressed. Meta Knightmare does not have to be completed, but can be considered an informal goal after clearing the game.

Kirby Air Ride[edit]

To reach 100% completion, the Checklist for all three modes must be completely filled in. Use of purple checkbox fillers is allowed, but not using them can be considered an informal 100%.

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror[edit]

The 100% completion image from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.

To reach 100% completion, every room in every world must be explored, every Big Switch must be pressed, and every Treasure Chest must be opened, in addition to defeating the final boss. Playing the Goal Games is not required.

Reaching 100% completion rewards the player with a prompt from the game featuring an illustration of all four Kirbys in celebration. It also unlocks the Boss Endurance mode.

Kirby: Canvas Curse[edit]

Merger of the screens presented upon 100% Completion of Kirby: Canvas Curse.

To reach 100% in Kirby: Canvas Curse, all 250 Medals must be collected. To accomplish this, the following tasks must be performed:

Kirby: Squeak Squad[edit]

The screen that appears after obtaining 100% completion.

To reach 100% completion, all 120 Treasure Chests must be obtained in the Main Game, and the game completed. While not required, after achieving 100% completion, the Extra Mode and Boss Endurance subgame are unlocked, and could be considered an informal 200%.

Kirby Super Star Ultra[edit]

The screen that appears under the Kirby Master video.

To reach 100% completion in Kirby Super Star Ultra, all the main games must be completed, with both secret areas unlocked in Dyna Blade, all 60 Treasures collected in The Great Cave Offensive, and all 19 Copy Essence Deluxe pedestals collected in Milky Way Wishes. From there, The Arena and The True Arena must also be completed. Helper to Hero only needs to be completed once.

Reaching 100% will reward the player with the Kirby Master video in the theater, and beating The True Arena regardless of clear percent will reward the player with the Special Edition Blooper Reel video. Completing Helper to Hero with all Helpers is not necessary for 100% completion, but doing so will reward the player with a special acknowledgement and unlock the cutscenes from the original Kirby Super Star in the theater.

Kirby Super Star Ultra percentage gains  
Mode Tasks Percentage
Spring Breeze 9%
Dyna Blade 13%
Gourmet Race 5%
The Great Cave Offensive 22%
Revenge of Meta Knight
  • Clear Chapter 1: 1%
  • Clear Chapter 2: 2%
  • Clear Chapter 3: 2%
  • Clear Chapter 4: 2%
  • Clear Chapter 5: 2%
  • Clear Chapter 6: 2%
  • Clear Chapter 7: 3%
  • Clear Chapter 8: 4%
18%
Milky Way Wishes 23%
The Arena
  • Clear the mode.
2%
Revenge of the King
  • Clear the mode.
2%
Meta Knightmare Ultra
  • Clear the mode.
2%
Helper to Hero
  • Clear the mode.
2%
The True Arena
  • Clear the mode.
2%

Kirby's Epic Yarn / Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn[edit]

Main article: Patch Plaza

To earn 100%, each stage must be completed with a Medal of any rank, with all Treasures found. In addition, Kirby must fully upgrade Quilty Court, complete all of the neighbors' games, and obtain all the extra Furniture, Music, and Fabric. Decorating Kirby's Pad is not required.

In Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, additional requirements to the ones listed above include collecting all 55 extra pieces of furniture by saving all 250 Life Pieces in Devilish Mode and completing all 36 Fuse Bead Mats by playing Dedede Gogogo & Slash & Bead.

Kirby Mass Attack[edit]

The "100% Cleared!" screen

To earn 100% completion, all 186 Medals must be collected, and the Checklist must be filled in. Doing so will reward a congratulatory screen labelled "100% Cleared!" in the Game Album.

After 100%ing the game, a star can be seen next to the save file, to mark the player's achievement.

While not required for the game's acknowledgement of the 100% completion, other self-imposed conditions can include completing all of the Sub-Games.

Kirby's Return to Dream Land[edit]

100%[edit]

A 100% save file.
A crowned save file.

To reach full completion (100% in both Main and Extra), all 120 Energy Spheres must be collected in both the Main Mode and Extra Mode, all levels must be unlocked in the Sub-Games, all Challenge Stages must be completed in both modes, and both Main Mode and Extra Mode completed.

Kirby's Return to Dream Land percentage gains in Main/Extra  
Task Requirement Percentage
Collect Energy Spheres 0.35% each piece (120 in total) 42%
Clear levels 6% each level (for the first six levels) 36%
Defeat the final boss 15%
Clear Challenge Stages (at least ranked Bronze) 1% each stage (7 in total) 7%
Extra Mode is unlocked after clearing Main Mode and reaching at least 70% completion.

Crown%[edit]

If 100% is achieved and both The Arena and The True Arena are cleared, the save file's Kirby icon will be crowned and the Kirby Master video will be unlocked in the Theater.

Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition[edit]

Kirby gets the King Trophy in the New Challenge Stages Sub-Game.

To reach 100% completion in the New Challenge Stages Sub-Game, every stage must be completed with a Platinum rank, and the total score must be enough to earn a King Trophy.

Beating the Magolor Races with every ability could be considered an informal 100%, but it is not required to get the trophy.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

The 100% completion screen in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.

To reach 100% completion, Story Mode must be completed with all Sun Stones and Keychains collected, Dededetour! must be completed, all stages must be completed in Dedede's Drum Dash (including Distant Traveler), all Copy Abilities must be used to complete a run in Kirby Fighters, and The Arena and The True Arena must be completed.

The title screen goes through subtle changes depending on the player's progress through the game. After completing Story Mode, the flowers on the Dreamstalk bloom; after completing Dededetour!, King Dedede appears flying in the background; after reaching 100% completion, Kirby appears in Hypernova form. Reaching 100% completion also rewards the player with a short Kirby Master video.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe percentage gains  
Mode (Total) Task Percentage
Story Mode (71%) Start Story Mode 1%
Collect Sun Stones 0.2% per Sun Stone (20% total)
Collect all Sun Stones in a level 1% per level (6% total)
Collect Grand Sun Stones 5% per Grand Sun Stone (25% total)
Defeat Queen Sectonia 6%
Defeat Flowered Sectonia 10%
Collect all 100 Sun Stones 1%
Collect all 256 Keychains 2%
Dededetour! (15%) Clear first five levels 2% per level (10% total)
Clear final level 5%
Dedede's Drum Dash (4%) Clear every stage (including Distant Traveler) 1% per stage (4% total)
Kirby Fighters (6%) Clear single-player for the first time 0.5%
Clear single-player with an ability 0.5% per ability (5% total)
Clear single-player with all abilities 0.5%
The Arena (2%) Clear The Arena 2%
The True Arena (2%) Clear The True Arena 2%

Kirby Fighters Deluxe[edit]

"You finished Very Hard mode using every Copy Ability! You are a Kirby Fighters master!"

To reach 100% completion, all of the Rare Outfits must be unlocked. Additionally, the game needs to be cleared on Very Hard at least once, with any ability, to unlock Shadow Kirby as a color change. Doing both of these will affect the title screen: the Copy Abilities will change to their rare variations, and Shadow Kirby will appear alongside the others.

Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe[edit]

Pictured is Dedede holding up the two Platinum Trophies earned from earning a Platinum medal on each stage in Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe.

To complete this game 100%, all 7 stages (and all 7 EX versions) must be cleared with a Platinum rank. Like with Kirby: Triple Deluxe, the title screen varies depending on the player's progress through the game, with different skits of King Dedede, Kirby, and Taranza hand puppets being shown. After reaching 100% completion, King Dedede will show off the two Platinum Trophies on the title screen, signifying the player's achievement.

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse[edit]

A 100% save file in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.

To complete this title 100%, the player must complete the Story Mode, clear every stage with a Gold Medal, collect every Treasure, collect all the pieces of the Secret Diary, and complete Challenge Mode with gold medals. All the Figurines will be unlocked in the process of doing the former steps.

After 100%ing the game, a Crown will appear on the Kirby icon for the respective save file.

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

The 100% completion screen in Kirby: Planet Robobot.

To reach 100% completion, all 100 Code Cubes must be collected, the Main Game completed, all stickers collected, Meta Knightmare Returns completed, all encounters won in Team Kirby Clash, all stages complete in Kirby 3D Rumble, and The Arena and The True Arena completed.

Like its predecessor, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, the title screen goes through subtle changes depending on the player's progress through the game. The Battleship Halberd will appear after clearing Story Mode, Meta Knight will appear after clearing Meta Knightmare Returns and reaching 100% changes the Halberd's look to that of the Robobot Armor's Halberd Mode.

Reaching 100% completion rewards the player with the "Exclusive Performance Video" in the Theater, which is a full performance of The Noble Haltmann. Additionally, the UFO will also appear in the Copy Ability Testing Area, allowing Kirby to use the UFO ability without the need of scanning a Kirby amiibo.

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe[edit]

"All Missions Completed!" prompt in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe.

To reach 100% completion, Team Kirby must reach level 50, all Heroic Missions must be completed, and all encounters must be completed with a Platinum rank.

Buying 3000 Gem Apples may also be considered a requirement, but only if the player wishes to spend the money.

Kirby's Blowout Blast[edit]

The screen awarded for Platinum on all stages.

To reach 100% completion, a Platinum trophy must be earned on all stages and the Secret Path. Doing so presents the player with a completion fanfare screen.

Kirby Battle Royale[edit]

A completed Medal collection.
You collected all medals! Congratulations!
— The congratulatory message recieved for collecting every medal in Kirby Battle Royale

To earn 100% completion in this title, all 60 Medals must be attained. This does not require the downloadable Copy Abilities, amiibo or multiplayer (online or otherwise).

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

100%[edit]

The 100% Clear screen for Kirby Star Allies.

To obtain 100% completion in this title, the following must be performed:

Doing the above rewards the player with a completion fanfare image, as shown on the right.

Completion of Heroes in Another Dimension and The Ultimate Choice's 'Soul Melter EX' difficulty are not required, but rewards are still offered for their separate completion.

The following are the percentage gains toward 100% Completion for each task in Kirby Star Allies:

Story Mode  
Task Requirement Percentage
Opening
  • Watch the opening movie
  • 1%
Level 1: World of Peace - Dream Land
  • 5%
  • 1%
Level 2: World of Miracles - Planet Popstar
  • 5%
  • 1%
  • 1%
Level 3: Fortress of Shadows - Jambastion
  • 6%
  • 1%
  • 1%
  • 1%
Level 4: Far-Flung Starlight Heroes
  • 14%
  • 1%
  • 1%
  • 1%
  • 1%
Level 5: Kirby Star Allies
  • 12%
Activate Big Switches
  • 0.4% per switch (13 in total)
  • 0.8% when all Big Switches are pushed
  • 6%
Collect Rare Picture Pieces
  • 0.4% per piece (40 in total)
  • 16%
Total: 75%
The Ultimate Choice  
Task Percentage
Clear any difficulty between 1-5 1%
Clear any difficulty between 6-7 1%
Clear Secret difficulty: Soul Melter 2%
Total: 4%
Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go!  
Task Percentage
Clear Level 1 2%
Clear Level 2 2%
Clear Level 3 2%
Clear Level 4 2%
Clear Level 5 7%
Total: 15%
Chop Champs  
Task Requirement Percentage
Chop Amateur Completion is required to unlock Chop Chief and Chop Champion None
Chop Chief None None
Chop Champion Ranked 3rd or higher 3%
Total: 3%
Star Slam Heroes  
Task Requirement Percentage
Town Crisis Completion is required to unlock Country Crisis and World Crisis None
Country Crisis None None
World Crisis Ranked 3rd or higher 3%
Total: 3%

Crown%[edit]

A crowned save file in Kirby Star Allies.

To make the save file's Kirby icon crowned (Version 4.0.0 is required), the following must be performed:

Super Kirby Clash[edit]

"Completed all missions!" prompt in Super Kirby Clash.

To reach 100% completion, Team Kirby must reach level 100, all 900 Heroic Missions must be completed, and all Quests must be completed with a Platinum rank.

An informal 100% includes growing the Gem Apple tree to its maximum size.

Kirby Fighters 2[edit]

The 100% cleared screen for Kirby Fighters 2.

In order to reach 100%, the player must beat the Final Chapter of Story Mode: The Destined Rivals, as well as all four difficulty levels of Single-Handed Mode at least once each. Additionally, the player must beat Chapter 4 or above in Story Mode as every character, and must do the same for Single-Handed Mode at Hard level or above. Lastly, the player must achieve Fighters Rank 100.

Achieving 100% completion gives the player a completion fanfare screen.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land[edit]

Spoilers! Notice: Stop right there, stubby little pink thing!
Spoilers abound! If you do not wish to read them, skip ahead to the next heading or find a different article.
The splash screen shown for attaining 100% completion in Kirby and the Forgotten Land.

In order to attain 100% completion for Kirby and the Forgotten Land, the following tasks must be accomplished: