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Bubble Head

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Bubble Head
KSqSq Bubble Head artwork.png
Artwork of Bubble Head from Kirby: Squeak Squad.
First game Kirby: Squeak Squad (2006)
Latest game Kirby: Triple Deluxe (2014, as a keychain)
Copy Ability Bubble
Similar entities Hot Head
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KSqS Bubble Head sprite.png Bubble Head is an enemy exclusive to Kirby: Squeak Squad, which provides the Bubble Copy Ability when swallowed. Aesthetically, it resembles Hot Head, and attacks in a similar manner, albeit using bubbles instead of flames. Unlike Kirby when using the ability, Bubble Head is not able to trap anything using its bubbles unless it is being controlled by Ghost Kirby.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby: Squeak Squad[edit]

Bubble Head appears only in Kirby: Squeak Squad. Although it is a relatively common enemy, it is not encountered until Nature Notch. Bubble Head is the only standard enemy which provides the Bubble Copy Ability, with other sources being either from bubble objects and combinations, from a Mix, or from the Mid-Boss, Buboo.


Bubble Head can be found in the following levels and stages:

Bubble Head locations in Kirby: Squeak Squad  
Stage Prism Plains Nature Notch Cushy Cloud Jam Jungle Vocal Volcano Ice Island Secret Sea Gamble Galaxy
Stage 1 No Yes No No No No No Yes
Stage 2 No No No No No No No No
Stage 3 No Yes No No No Yes No No
Stage 4 No No Yes No No Yes No N/A
Stage 5 No No No No N/A No No N/A
Stage EX No No No Yes No No No N/A

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

Keychain BubbleHead.png In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Bubble Head appears as a randomly-appearing keychain.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バブルヘッド
Baburu Heddo
Bubble Head
French Bubble Head -
German Blassenblubber Bubble Bubbler
Italian Bolliciotto From "bollicina" (li'l bubble) and the diminutive masculine suffix "-otto"
Korean 버블이
From "bubble" and the noun-deriving suffix "~이" (-i)
Spanish Burbus Derived from "burbuja" (bubble)