Kirby's Super Star Stacker

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Game InfoBox
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Box art of Kirby's Super Star Stacker
Details
Developer(s) HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Japan June 25, 1999
Platform(s) Super Famicom (Japan only), Wii Virtual Console (Japan only), Wii U Virtual Console (Japan only)
Game Chronology
<-- Kirby's Dream Land 3 Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards -->
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Kirby's Super Star Stacker (known in Japan as カービィのきらきらキッズ (Kābī no Kirakira Kizzu), "Kirby's Sparkling Kids") is a puzzle game for the Super Famicom in the Kirby series. It is an enhanced port of Kirby's Star Stacker which only saw release in Japan.

Story

Mr. Star crashes onto Kirby's head at the start of the game.

One starry night, an alien creature named Mr. Star was zooming past Dream Land. King Dedede spots him in the air and blasts him with a cannon, causing Mr. Star to split into several pieces and fall to the ground. The principal piece of Mr. Star falls on Kirby's head, as he was out stargazing from a teepee. After learning of his predicament, Kirby and his Animal Friends help Mr. Star find his pieces again, each of which are kept by a different denizen of Dream Land.

One-by-one, Kirby and his friends trounce the baddies who were holding Mr. Star's pieces, culminating with King Dedede himself. Once Mr. Star is whole again, he returns back out into space. Shortly after, a witch named Gryll appears from where Mr. Star left to present the final challenge to Kirby.

Gameplay

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Enemies

Opponents in the main story mode are fought in the following order - each more difficult than the last:

After the main credits roll, one last match is fought against a new opponent - Gryll.

Trivia