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Dried-up Sea (theme)

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Dried-up Sea
Various arrangements of "Dried-up Sea".
Debut appearance Kirby: Planet Robobot (2016)
Last appearance Kirby Fighters 2 (2020)
Composer(s) Jun Ishikawa[1]
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This article is about the theme that debuted in Kirby: Planet Robobot. For the Battle Stage with the same name, see Dried-up Sea.

"Dried-up Sea"[2] is a theme that first appeared in Kirby: Planet Robobot. It was composed by Jun Ishikawa.[1]

Game appearances[edit]

The dried-up sea in question.

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

The theme debuts in Kirby: Planet Robobot, where it plays in many Gigabyte Grounds stages, specifically Stage 1, Stage 2, and at the very beginning of Stage 4. It is an energetic track which uses desert-like instrumentation to fit the tone of the stages. It appears as Track 033 in the game's Jukebox.

Kirby Fighters 2[edit]

In Kirby Fighters 2, the original version of "Dried-up Sea" is reused for the Battle Stage with the same name.

Additionally, an arrangement of the theme can be unlocked as a Secret Song upon reaching Fighters Rank 84. Like many Secret Songs in this game, it features traditional Japanese instrumentation mixed with the original.

Other appearances[edit]

The original theme appears as Track 1-26 on the Kirby: Planet Robobot Original Soundtrack.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 枯渇こかつしたうみ[2]
Kokatsu Shita Umi
Dried-up Sea
Dutch Dried-up Sea
Verdroogde zee[3]
Dried-up sea
French Mer asséchée[4] Dried-up Sea
German Ausgetrocknetes Meer[5] Dried-up Sea
Italian Mare prosciugato[6] Dried-up sea
Portuguese Dried-up Sea -
Russian Высохшее море[7]
vysokhsheye more
Dried-up sea
Spanish Mar seco[8] Dry sea