Please remember that WiKirby contains spoilers, which you read at your own risk! See our general disclaimer for details.

Kirby's History

From WiKirby, your independent source of Kirby knowledge.
Jump to navigationJump to search
This article is about the menu in Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition. For an overview of Kirby's history on WiKirby, see Kirby.
A portion of Kirby's History, represented as a long hallway that Kirby runs up and down.
Let's celebrate Kirby's anniversary by looking back at the history of the Kirby series!
— Main menu description of "Kirby's History".

Kirby's History is one of the three main modes selectable from the main menu in Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition. In this game mode, Kirby walks through a long and lavishly-decorated hallway to look at all of the games in the Kirby series that had been released up to that point (2012), as well as a few extra items. Each game or item comes with a description, along with a view of the box art and some demo snippets of the game or media in question. Additionally, a collection of real-world events are mentioned as trivia points to give additional context to each year represented in the hallway.

The hall itself has a stop for each year between 1992 (the release of Kirby's Dream Land) and 2012 (the release of Kirby's Dream Collection), with an additional stop for years prior to 1992. Most of the tall pillars in the hallway are topped with golden statues of Kirby, but statues of Rick, Kine, Coo and a Waddle Dee also appear on the pillars; these are randomly placed every time the mode is loaded.

Overview and controls[edit]

In the "Kirby's History" hallway, the player has control of Kirby, but only to a limited capacity. Pressing right or up on the + Control Pad or Control Stick will make Kirby walk down the hallway towards later years, and pressing left or down will make him walk back up toward earlier ones. With a tap, Kirby will automatically move to the next item and then stop, but holding down the direction makes him run past items until the direction is released or he reaches an end of the hall. When Kirby is stopped next to an item, the player can make him attempt to inhale it by pressing A. Doing this next to highlighted media will activate the sub-menu for the item(s) (Kirby will "copy" the media), but attempting to inhale a statue will just cause Kirby to get tired.

While in the hallway, Kirby has a number of unique idle animations when he is not moving or inhaling. By default, he looks toward the player with a closed smile, but if left alone for a moment, he will perform one of the following actions at random:

  • Wave at the player with an open smile.
  • Look toward the item he is standing next to and admire it with an open smile.
  • Get tired and fall asleep for a moment before waking up with a startle.

The music that plays in this hallway is a re-orchestrated medley of the Castle Lololo theme and the Cloudy Park theme from Kirby's Dream Land 2. When selecting an item in the hall, the music that plays in that item's sub-menu will persist after returning to the hall until another item is chosen.


Listed below are the years with associated stops in the Kirby's History hallway, ranging from pre-1992 to 2012. This list focuses on the North American version of Kirby's Dream Collection. The real-world events for each year, as well as the order of the games in the hallway, are different in the Japanese version; more specific regional differences are noted individually for each entry. Additionally, links to more information for each real-world event mentioned are included where appropriate.


In-game blurb

Before 1992...

1991 and prior

  • 1983年「ファミリーコンピュータ」発売
    The Family Computer is released in 1983
  • 1989年「ゲームボーイ」発売
    The Game Boy is released in 1989
  • 1990年「スーパーファミコン」発売
    The Super Famicom is released in 1990

~1991 refers to the years before the release of the first Kirby game, Kirby's Dream Land, in 1992. This stop displays a golden statue of Kirby.


In-game blurb

In 1992...

Events of 1992

  • 「星のカービィ」誕生
    Kirby of the Stars is born
  • バルセロナオリンピック女子水泳で岩崎恭子が14歳で金メダル
    At the age of 14, Kyoko Iwasaki wins a gold medal in women's swimming at the Barcelona Olympics
  • 宇宙飛行士の毛利衛がスペースシャトル「エンデバー」で宇宙へ
    Astronaut Mamoru Mohri joins the crew of Space Shuttle Endeavour into space
Kirby's Dream Land
KDL NA Box.jpg Select description: Kirby's first game! With simple mechanics and friendly worlds, it was a perfect starting point for action-game beginners.
Video description: The simplicity of Kirby's inhale/spit attack and Kirby's ability to fly over obstacles made this a perfect game for beginners. It introduced many of the enemies and power-ups that are now so familiar to Kirby's fans. It also introduced a character who would often be Kirby's star opponent: King Dedede!
Theme music Welcome to Dream Land
Regional differences In the Japanese version, this stop includes the first volume of an official Kirby manga series which released that year, Kirby of the Stars by Yoshiko Sakuma. The player can preview the cover of the manga as well as its first five pages.


In-game blurb

In 1993...

Events of 1993

  • 日本プロサッカーリーグ「Jリーグ」開幕
    The Japan Professional Soccer League ("J.League") plays its first season
  • レインボーブリッジが開通
    The Rainbow Bridge opens
  • 「NEWファミコン」発売
    The New Famicom is released
Kirby's Adventure
KA Box.jpg Select description: This was the first game in the Kirby series to include Copy Abilities and minigames.
Video description: In this game, players were introduced to Kirby's famous Copy Abilities. Kirby could get 24 different Copy Abilities in this game, including Sword, Cutter, Hammer, Spark, Stone, and Parasol. This gave players a wide range of new moves to play with and made it possible to play each stage in many ways. Kirby's Adventure was also the first game in the Kirby series to include minigames!
Theme music Vegetable Valley
Kirby's Pinball Land
KPL Box.png Select description: A game in which ball-shaped Kirby had to reach, and then beat, bosses waiting at the top of exciting pinball stages.
Video description: In this game, the first to veer from Kirby's traditional platforming roots, players helped Kirby explore three challenging pinball worlds by flipping Kirby's bouncy, ball-shaped body. Exciting traps, bonus games, and enemies filled each world. To beat the game, players had to help Kirby defeat several bosses and then win a battle against King Dedede!
Theme music Kracko Land
In-game blurb

In 1994...

Events of 1994


The North American version showcases a golden statue of Lololo & Lalala at the 1994 display, while the Japanese version features Kirby's Dream Course and another manga volume: Kirby of the Stars: The Story of Dedede Who Lives in Pupupu. The player can preview the cover of this volume as well as the first 21 pages.


In-game blurb

In 1995...

Events of 1995

  • PHSサービス開始
    Personal Handy-phone System service begins
  • 「サテラビュー」発売、衛星放送受信サービスが開始
    The Satellaview is released and satellite broadcast reception service begins
  • 「バーチャルボーイ」発売
    The Virtual Boy is released
Kirby's Dream Course
KDC Cover.jpg Select description: In this golf-inspired game, ball-shaped Kirby defeated enemies in stages filled with hazards and challenges.
Video description: This golf-inspired game pitted one to two players against eight outlandish courses. To complete a hole, players had to defeat every enemy on the field and drop ball-shaped Kirby into the cup. Fewer shots meant a higher score. On top of planning each shot's power and trajectory, players had to make smart use of Kirby's 10 Copy Abilities.
Theme music Mountain Stage
Regional differences In the Japanese version, Kirby's Dream Course is shown at the 1994 stop due to the game releasing that year in Japan.
Kirby's Avalanche
KAv Box 2.jpg Select description: In this fast-paced puzzle game, Kirby blasted his opponents by strategically stacking color-coded Blobs.
Video description: In this puzzle game, Kirby stacked colorful falling Blobs. By strategically rotating and moving Blobs before they hit the pile, Kirby could destroy them and set off chain reactions. This game included two-player bouts and matches against many familiar faces from the Kirby universe. It's the only Kirby game that wasn't released in Japan.
Theme music Butter Building
Regional differences Kirby's Avalanche is not present in the Japanese version of Kirby's Dream Collection due to it never having released in Japan.
Kirby's Dream Land 2
KDL2 Box.png Select description: This game introduced new Copy Abilities and Kirby's pals Rick, Kine and Coo to the Kirby universe.
Video description: Rick the hamster, Kine the fish, and Coo the owl debuted in this game. These friends not only helped out by carrying Kirby. They also interacted with Copy Abilities in different ways, adding to Kirby's arsenal.
Theme music Dark Castle


In-game blurb

In 1996...

Events of 1996

  • 野茂英雄、大リーグで日本人初のノーヒットノーラン
    Hideo Nomo becomes the first Japanese player to pitch a no-hitter in Major League Baseball
  • 将棋棋士の羽生善治、史上初の七冠
    Yoshiharu Habu becomes the first professional shogi player to hold seven major titles simultaneously
  • 「ニンテンドウ64」発売
    The Nintendo 64 is released
Kirby's Block Ball
KBBa Box.jpg Select description: Once again, Kirby returned to ball form. This time, Kirby had to bounce off paddles and bash his way through blocks.
Video description: Ball-shaped Kirby leapt back into action again! Time time, players bounced Kirby around stages to destroy blocks and defeat enemies. A good sense of timing was essential to getting a high score. Items, power-ups, and Copy Abilities also helped players rack up points.
Theme music Kirby's Block Ball Stage 1 theme
Regional differences In the Japanese version, Kirby's Block Ball is instead displayed at the 1995 stop due to the game releasing that year in Japan.
Kirby Super Star
KSS Box NA.jpg Select description: Kirby Super Star featured eight games and introduced two-player cooperative/competitive play to the Kirby universe.
Video description: Eight games in one? That sounds like fun! This title introduced Copy Ability hats, which changed Kirby's appearance based on which power he was wielding. This game also gave Kirby the ability to transform an equipped Copy Ability into a Helper, which added a new kind of cooperation play to the mix. A Helper could be either controlled by the game's AI or controlled by a second player, and each type of Helper had its own moves.
Theme music Gourmet Race


In-game blurb

In 1997...

Events of 1997

  • 消費税が3%から5%に引き上げ
    Consumption tax increases from 3% to 5%
  • 長野〜東京間で北陸新幹線(長野新幹線)が開通
    The Hokuriku Shinkansen train line (originally the Nagano Shinkansen) opens between Nagano and Tokyo
  • タイガー・ウッズが米マスターズで史上最年少となる初優勝
    Tiger Woods becomes the youngest golf player to win the Masters Tournament
Kirby's Star Stacker
KSSGB Box.jpg Select description: In this playful puzzler, Kirby and his friends stacked falling stars. With a Game Link cable, two friends could play together.
Video description: Kirby reunited with Rick, Kine, and Coo to unleash their puzzling power! As blocks fell from the sky, Kirby sandwiched stars between his pals and stacked sets together. Much as in Kirby's Avalanche, the key to high scores was chain reactions.
Theme music Normal
Kirby's Dream Land 3
KDL3 Box.jpg Select description: This game introduced new Copy Abilities and the friends ChuChu, Pitch, and Nago. It also gave Player 2 Gooey to control.
Video description: This game, the last that Nintendo published in the USA for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, introduced Kirby's friends ChuChu, Pitch, and Nago. Helped by these new allies, Kirby set out to battle an old foe. A second player could control Kirby's pal Gooey and join in the action.
Theme music Ripple Field
Regional differences In the Japanese version, Kirby's Dream Land 3 is shown at the 1998 stop due to the game releasing that year in Japan.


In-game blurb

In 1998...

Events of 1998

  • 世界人口が60億人を突破
    The world population exceeds six billion
  • 「スーパーファミコンJr.」と「星のカービィ3」が同日発売
    The Super Famicom Jr. and Kirby's Dream Land 3 are released on the same day
  • 「ゲームボーイカラー」発売
    The Game Boy Color is released

The 1998 stop features a golden statue of a Waddle Dee in place of any official Kirby media. In the Japanese version, Kirby's Dream Land 3 is displayed at this stop.


In-game blurb

In 1999...

  • The first nonstop trip around the world via hot-air balloon occurred.
  • The world's population reached six billion.
  • Kirby appeared in the first Super Smash Bros. fighting game.

Events of 1999

  • 各自治体で地域振興券が発行
    Regional promotion coupons are issued by each local government of Japan
  • 国内のインターネット利用者数が2000万人を突破
    Number of Internet users in Japan exceeds 20 million
  • 携帯電話、PHSの番号が11ケタになる
    Japanese mobile phone and Personal Handy-phone System numbers are extended to 11 digits

A second statue is found at the 1999 stop, this time of King Dedede wielding his trusty hammer. In the Japanese version of Kirby's Dream Collection, the Super Famicom version of Kirby's Star Stacker can be found at this stop; this game would not be released outside of Japan until well after 2012.


In-game blurb

In 2000...

Events of 2000

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
K64 The Crystal Shards box art.png Select description: This game introduced Power Combos to Kirby's arsenal. By combining two Copy Abilities, Kirby could do incredible things.
Video description: This adventure took Kirby to exciting new planets and gave Kirby the ability to mix Copy Abilities together to create impressive Power Combos! Twenty-eight different Power Combos were possible. Each had its own special moves and powers. This is the only Kirby game to allow Kirby to use the inhale ability underwater without Kine's help.
Theme music Training


In-game blurb

In 2001...

Events of 2001

  • イチロー、アメリカンリーグでMVPと新人王をW受賞
    Ichiro wins the American League MVP and Rookie of the Year awards
  • 「ゲームボーイアドバンス」発売
    The Game Boy Advance is released
  • 「ニンテンドーゲームキューブ」発売
    The Nintendo GameCube is released
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble
KTnT Box.png Select description: This game featured innovative controls that let players move Kirby by tilting and shaking their Game Boy Color systems.
Video description: This was the first game in the Kirby series to make use of motion controls. These controls were because the game pak itself contained a tiny motion-sensing device! This enabled a player to move like Kirby by tilting his or her Game Boy Color system. Five minigames that also made use of these motion controls accompanied the main game.
Theme music Simple Stage
Regional differences In the Japanese version, Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble is shown at the 2000 stop due to the game releasing that year in Japan.


In-game blurb

In 2002...

Events of 2002

  • 欧州にて「ユーロ」流通開始
    The Euro enters circulation in Europe
  • ワールドカップ日韓大会で日本が初の決勝トーナメント進出
    In Korea Japan 2002, Japan hosts the World Cup finals for the first time
  • 北米でTVアニメ「Kirby: Right Back at Ya!」が放映
    The TV anime Kirby: Right Back at Ya! airs in North America
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
KNiDL box artwork.jpg Select description: In this colorful remake of Kirby's Adventure, up to four friends could play cooperatively of face off in multiplayer minigames.
Video description: This remake of Kirby's Adventure included many new features, including the ability to play with up to three friends! Each player controlled his or her own Kirby, and each Kirby could grab his own separate Copy Abilities.
Theme music The Fountain of Dreams
Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
Kirby's Dream Collection KRBAY Poster.jpg Select description: This 100-episode animated TV series was first broadcast in the USA in 2002. It's been released in many other countries as well.
Video description: N/A
Theme music Kirby: Right Back at Ya! theme
Regional differences In the Japanese version, Kirby: Right Back at Ya! is shown at the 2001 stop due to the anime premiering its first episode that year in Japan. The episodes included in both versions are the same, but the North American version uses their respective English dubbed versions, and naturally include the differences made when dubbing those episodes. Moreover, in the Japanese version, the Stadium: Kirby Melee theme from Kirby Air Ride plays on the sub-menu rather than the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! theme.


In-game blurb

In 2003...

Events of 2003

  • 地上デジタルテレビ放送開始
    Digital terrestrial television broadcasting begins in Japan
  • Jリーグ公式「任天堂カービィスペシャルデー」開催
    The J.League's official "Nintendo Kirby Special Day" is held
  • 「ゲームボーイアドバンスSP」発売
    The Game Boy Advance SP is released
Kirby Air Ride
Kirby Air Ride boxart.png Select description: The first Kirby racing game! The Air Ride machines' controls may have been simple, but mastering them took skill and practice.
Video description: Kirby Air Ride included many different high-speed racing modes. The controls for this game may have been simple, but becoming a top-scoring Air Ride racer took lots of practice and strategy. Players who were good at handling their Air Ride machines and Kirby's Copy Abilities could look forward to unlocking special characters.
Theme music The Legendary Air Ride Machine


In-game blurb

In 2004...

Events of 2004

  • アテネオリンピックで日本柔道陣が8階級で金メダル
    At the Athens Olympics, Japan's judo team wins gold medals in eight weight classes
  • 日本銀行、20年ぶりに新デザインの紙幣を発行
    The Bank of Japan issues banknotes with a new design for the first time in 20 years
  • 「ニンテンドーDS」発売
    The Nintendo DS is released
Kirby and the Amazing Mirror
KatAM cover art.jpg Select description: In this game, Kirby was split into four differently colored Kirbys. Luckily, he could call them for help with his trusty cell phone.
Video description: In this game, players didn't have to defeat stages in a specific, preset order. Instead, they were able to freely explore the game's vast new world and choose their own paths to victory. Along the way, Kirby could call his yellow, red, and green Kirby buddies for help by using his trusty cell phone. Kirby could also use new powers. One of them, Smash, was an incredible combat ability that let Kirby unleash his Super Smash Bros. moves.
Theme music Forest/Nature Area


In-game blurb

In 2005...

Events of 2005

Kirby: Canvas Curse
Kirby Canvas Curse box art.png Select description: Kirby returned to ball form, this time to roll along a rainbow line drawn by the player's stylus in a brand-new adventure game.
Video description: In this unique adventure, Kirby followed the rainbow line that the player drew on the Touch Screen with his or her stylus. The rainbow line could also be used to shield Kirby from attacks, but Kirby wasn't the only star of this game. Other familiar characters made appearances as playable characters too!
Theme music Paint Panic


In-game blurb

In 2006...

Events of 2006

Kirby: Squeak Squad
USCover KSqS.jpg Select description: "This game introduced the Copy Palette, which allowed items and Copy Abilities to be saved and mixed together."
Video description: In this game, Kirby chased down a gang of mice who'd stolen a precious, delicious treasure. Along the way, Kirby found many other treasures, including star seals and ability scrolls. Using the Copy Palette, Kirby could save items and Copy Abilities and mix them together. This new feature introduced players to a whole new level of strategy.
Theme music Squeak Squad Appears!
Regional differences In the Japanese version, the 2006 stop includes yet another volume of an official Kirby manga series: Kirby of the Stars! Moretsu Pupupu Hour!. The player is able to preview the cover as well as the first 17 pages.


In-game blurb

In 2007...

  • The final Harry Potter volume became the fastest-selling book in history.
  • A record-breaking 10-ton ice-cream float was made.
  • Nintendo unveiled Wii Fit and the Wii Balance Board.

Events of 2007

  • 第1回東京国際マラソン開催
    The first Tokyo Marathon is held
  • 石川遼、アマチュアとしてプロゴルフツアーで最年少優勝
    As an amateur, Ryo Ishikawa becomes the youngest person to win the Japan Golf Tour
  • 郵政事業の民営化が行われる
    Plans begin to privatize Japan's postal service

A golden statue of Meta Knight is shown at the 2007 stop in place of any official Kirby media. In the Japanese version of Kirby's Dream Collection, the 2007 stop includes an entry detailing Kirby arcade games.


In-game blurb

In 2008...

Events of 2008

  • 北京オリンピック女子ソフトボールで日本が初の金メダル
    Japan wins its first gold medal in women's softball at the Beijing Olympics
  • 国内のインターネット利用者数が9000万人を突破
    Number of Internet users in Japan exceeds 90 million
  • 「ニンテンドーDSi」発売
    The Nintendo DSi is released
Kirby Super Star Ultra
KSS Ultra box art.png Select description: This remake of Kirby Super Star included a new story, seven new minigames, multiplayer support, and updated graphics.
Video description: This remake of the beloved Kirby title Kirby Super Star included the original games with updated graphics, a new storyline, and several new minigames. Among these new games were stylus-controlled minigames. Many of this title's games allowed several players to play together. Beating certain games unlocked special bonus content, including a hilarious blooper reel!
Theme music Masked Dedede's Theme


In-game blurb

In 2009...

  • The presence of water on the moon was confirmed.
  • For the first time, annual global-energy use dropped.
  • The 21st century's longest total solar eclipse occurred.

Events of 2009

  • 裁判員制度が開始
    Japan's lay judge system takes effect
  • ワールド・ベースボール・クラシック(WBC)で日本が2連覇
    Japan wins its second consecutive World Baseball Classic (WBC)
  • 「ニンテンドーDSi LL」発売
    The Nintendo DSi LL is released

The 2009 stop features a golden statue of Magolor in place of any official Kirby media. In the Japanese version of Kirby's Dream Collection, an entry detailing Kirby 3D can be found at this stop.


In-game blurb

In 2010...

Events of 2010

Kirby's Epic Yarn
KEY NA box art.png Select description: This game sent Kirby to a world made of fabric, where he was transformed into yarn and gained amazing new powers.
Video description: Sucked into a world made of cloth by the evil sorcerer Yin-Yarn, Kirby discovered he'd been turned into yarn! In this form, Kirby couldn't inhale or use Copy Abilities, but he gained new powers and could change his shape in amazing ways. With the help of Prince Fluff, the heroic prince of Patch Land, Kirby set out to defeat Yin-Yarn. Along the way, he helped the residents of Patch Land as a friendly neighbor in Apartment 101 of Dom Woole's apartment building!
Theme music Dream Land


In-game blurb

In 2011...

  • The world's population reached seven billion.
  • Nintendo unveiled Wii U.
  • Nintendo released Nintendo 3DS.

Events of 2011

  • 世界人口が70億人を突破
    The world population exceeds seven billion
  • 女子ワールドカップドイツ大会でなでしこJAPANが初優勝
    In Germany, Nadeshiko Japan wins the Women's World Cup for the first time
  • 「ニンテンドー3DS」発売
    The Nintendo 3DS is released
Kirby Mass Attack
Kirby Mass Attack cover.png Select description: This game really embraced the concept 'the more the merrier.' Using the stylus, up to 10 Kirbys could be controlled at once.
Video description: In this game, poor Kirby was split into 10 weaker copies of himself by the villainous Necrodeus. Using the stylus, players guided these mini Kirbys on an amazing adventure to restore Kirby to his former self. If Kirbys were lost along the way, collecting fruit restored them. On top of this main game, seven minigames added to the action.
Theme music Kirby Collecting
Kirby's Return to Dream Land
KRtDL Boxart L.jpg Select description: This game introduced incredible Super Abilities and cooperative multiplayer that other players could join and leave at will.
Video description: When a mysterious traveler crash-landed on Planet Popstar, Kirby and his friends rushed to his aid, and an amazing adventure began! This game featured extra-powerful Copy Abilities called Super Abilities, which gave Kirby incredible new attacks. Kirby's inhale ability also got powered up in this game. Additional players could join and leave the game at will. Moves like Piggyback and Team Attack let players help each other through tough spots. This game also included minigames that could be unlocked as the story progressed.
Theme music Bring On the Super Ability


In-game blurb

In 2012...

Events of 2012

Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition
Kirby's Dream Collection box art.png Select description: A celebration of all the fun we've had over Kirby's first two decades. Here's to many more!
Video description: N/A
Theme music New Challenge Stages
Regional differences Exclusive to the North American version is the performance video for "Gourmet Race to Green Greens ~ Chamber Music", which plays for around three and a half minutes.


  • Since the release of Kirby's Dream Collection, many of the world records mentioned have been broken:
    • The record for largest lollipop, mentioned at the 1994 stop, was broken exactly one day before the game's release in Japan (July 18th, 2012), with the new and current record weighing in at 7,003 pounds (3176.5 kilograms). Notably, the record is mislabeled on Guinness as 3176.5 metric tons.[1]
    • The record for youngest person to climb Mt. Everest, mentioned at the 2001 stop, now belongs to Jordan Romero, who achieved the feat at 13 years old in 2010.[2]
    • Cal Ripken Jr.'s record, mentioned at the 1995 stop, now stands at 2,632 games and is still unbeaten.[3]
    • The world population stands at eight billion as of 2022.
    • The Japanese version mentions a record-breaking heat wave in 2010, which has since been followed by further record-breaking heat waves in 2018 and 2022.
  • The English and Japanese versions disagree on which year the world's population reached six billion, which reflects similar disagreement in official statistics. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) initially publicized 1999 as the year six billion was reached (which is reflected in the English version of the game), while later estimates by the UNFPA place 1998 as the year in question (which is reflected in the Japanese version).[4]
  • Some of the information included in the game descriptions is misleading:
    • The demo caption for Kirby's Dream Course implies that the eight main courses can be played with one or two players when, in fact, said courses are single-player only, while the 2P game has four distinct courses to itself.
    • Despite what the select description for Kirby's Dream Land 2 implies, no new standard Copy Abilities were added in this game. Instead, several ability combos and the Rainbow Sword were introduced.
    • The Power Combo count mentioned in the demo caption for Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards does not include Ribbon's Crystal.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 星のカービィ ヒストリー
Hoshi no Kābyi Hisutorī
Kirby of the Stars History