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Blamboom

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Blamboom
Blamboom.png
In-game sprite of Blamboom from Kirby Mass Attack.
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First game Kirby Mass Attack (2011)
Similar entities Cannon tower, Waddle Dee Steel Fortress, Shotzo
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Be sure to take 10 Kirbys into the stage with all the Blamboom cannons. That's easier said than done. It's hard to maneuver near those Blambooms!
— Daroach, in Kirby Mass Attack

Blamboom is an enemy in Kirby Mass Attack. It is a mechanical set of rotating cannons which fire whenever the gun is facing left or right. On the back of each segment is a switch when, if pressed fully in, will destroy that segment. Defeating Blamboom will confer 400 points onto the player. Blamboom's shots can destroy metal blocks, which can be useful for uncovering certain items, such as Medals.

Locations[edit]

Blamboom can be found in the following levels and stages in Kirby Mass Attack:

Blamboom locations in Kirby Mass Attack  
Stage Green Grounds Sandy Canyon Dedede Resort Volcano Valley Necro Nebula
Stage 1 No No No No No
Stage 2 No No No No No
Stage 3 No No No No No
Stage 4 No No No No No
Stage 5 No No No No N/A
Stage 6 No No No No N/A
Stage 7 No No No No N/A
Stage 8 No Yes No No N/A
Stage 9 No Yes No No N/A
Stage 10 No No No No N/A
Stage 11 N/A No No Yes N/A
Boss Stage No No No No No

Miscellaneous flavor text[edit]

  • "Maybe cannonballs will go flying over your head? Those might do the trick. Though you may need to lower a Blamboom to fire cannonballs exactly at the level you need." --Daroach, in Kirby Mass Attack
  • "If you notice metal blocks anywhere near a Blamboom cannon, see if it will blast through them all." --Daroach, in Kirby Mass Attack

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モリッツォ
Morittso
Moritzo
(possibly related to the name "Shotzo")
German Kaplow Likely derived from "kapow"
Spanish Ñoñón -