In many ways, Beetley looks similar to Bronto Burt, but he bears a different color scheme, has more indented eyes, and a beetle's crest on his head. Despite having wings, Beetley does not typically fly, instead choosing to pace along the ground and try to impale any intruders he sees. Beetley, despite his carapace, is not the toughest enemy in the world.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Beetley debuts in Kirby: Triple Deluxe, granting the newly added Beetle ability.
In Kirby: Triple Deluxe Beetley can be found in the following levels and stages:
|Beetley locations in Kirby: Triple Deluxe|
|Stage||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5||Stage 6 EX||Stage 7 EX||Stage 8 EX|
Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe
Beetley returns in Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe, where he can be seen hovering over the drums in some stages, and will try to swipe at King Dedede when he comes near. As such, Dedede will need to move carefully to avoid crashing into Beetley and incurring a penalty.
Kirby: Planet Robobot
Kirby Star Allies
|“||“I’m the new king of insects!”
This young king wants to challenge the old one to see who’s truly mightier. But first…into the darkness! He braves any challenger with his horn!
— Guest Star Beetley Unbeatable Beetle Pause Screen description in Kirby Star Allies
In Kirby Star Allies Beetley can be found in the following levels and stages:
Kirby's Dream Buffet
- The Kirby Star Allies pause caption for Beetley refers to him as the 'new king of insects', who 'wants to challenge the old one'. This old king refers to Bugzzy, who also appears as a friend in Kirby Star Allies.
Background art for Guest Star Taranza: To Meet That Flower in Kirby Star Allies
Title screen for Guest Star Beetley: Unbeatable Beetle in Kirby Star Allies
Guest Star ???? Star Allies Go! credits picture from Kirby Star Allies, featuring a trio of Beetleys fighting Bugzzy
Character Treat from Kirby's Dream Buffet
Illustration from the Kirby JP Twitter featuring an allied Beetley
Names in other languages
dà jiǎo jiǎ chóng
dà jiǎo jiǎ chóng
|Italian||Scarabugghio||From "scarabeo" ("beetle" in Italian)|
|Portuguese||Escaravão||Derived from "Escaravelho" (Beetle's Portuguese name)|
|Spanish||Escarabí||From "escarabajo" ("beetle" in Spanish)|