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Artwork of Bombzway from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
First game Kirby and the Rainbow Curse (2015)
Similar entities Soarar, Propeller, Foley
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Bombzways would rather carry stars than bombs, since stars are far less heavy than bombs. But orders are orders, and more often than not, Claycia's orders are "Go drop some bombs!" What's a Bombzway to do?
— Figurine description of Bombzway from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

Bombzway is a flying green bug-like enemy with two claw-like pincers which makes its first (and so far only) appearance in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. It can be seen during Kirby Tank stages flying in straight lines, usually carrying Point Stars or bombs, but it can also occasionally be seen carrying a Treasure Chest. It is prone to fly into the scene, briefly stop, then fly away again, or it may slowly fly at a constant rate without stopping. If it is carrying a bomb, it will try to drop the bomb on Kirby as it flies over him, but this bomb can be shot to detonate it early.

Bombzway takes two shots from the Kirby Tank or Waddle Dee's cannon to defeat. It turns red and adopts a wincing expression when hit once. When defeated, it confers 100 points and 3 Point Stars, in addition to whatever other item it was holding.


In Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Bombzway appears in the following locations:

Bombzway locations in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse  
Green Valley Yellow Dunes Indigo Ocean Blue Sky Palace Orange Woodland Red Volcano Purple Fortress


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラッカス
German Bompeller From "Bombe" and "Propeller"
Italian Bombanzara Combination of the words "bomba" (bomb) and "zanzara" (mosquito)