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Candy Constellation is the ninth and final major area of the Mirror World, presumed to be the outer space above the world proper. Kirby travels to the area to obtain the final Mirror Shard from Master Hand and Crazy Hand. Despite being outer space-themed, Candy Constellation appears to have a basic mechanical structure and technological appearance to its layout. As expected, deadly drop-offs are a primary hazard of the area. Also notorious are electric currents, spikes, and lots of enemies in the area.
Kirby is able to obtain the Red and Carbon spray paints, a Vitality, one Sound File, the Sound Player, and the Area Map for the Collection Room. In addition to the many 1-Ups, Energy Drinks, batteries, food, and Maxim Tomatoes.
Enemies, Bosses, and Abilities in Candy Constellation
|Candy Constellation Area Map
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Much like Radish Ruins, Candy Constellation consists of two distinct areas; the lower area, which is circuitous, and the upper area, which is largely linear. Candy Constellation is, however, the only area which has a Warp room that links to another part of the same area. There are 20 normal rooms, one Hub, three Chest rooms (one of which contains the area map), two Goal rooms, and one Warp room. The boss of this area is Master Hand and Crazy Hand.
Candy Constellation is not directly connected to any other part of the Mirror World. The only way to reach it from outside is to take one of the three Warp Stars from Moonlight Mansion, Mustard Mountain, or Peppermint Palace. From there, Kirby can link the area back to the Central Circle by means of the one hub in the area.
Candy Constellation has two Goal rooms. Completing the Goal Game in each room will take Kirby and any friends with him back to the Central Circle of Rainbow Route.
For a full synopsis of what's in each room, click on any room on the map to head to the corresponding page.
Traversing the metal walkways
Passing through barricades
Busting barricades in open space