Kirby's Toy Box
Kirby no Omocha Bako (カービィのおもちゃ箱), literally Kirby's Toy Box, is a collection of 10 Kirby-themed mini-games that were broadcast on the Satellaview service of the Super Famicom in Japan, starting on February 8, 1996 (the two sub-games from Kirby Super Star starting on February 22, 1996).
The eight original games are ball-related, such as Baseball which involves a simple game of baseball, except that Kirby substituted for the ball. The demos of Samurai Kirby and Megaton Punch were to promote the to-be-released Kirby Super Star back then.
|Japanese title||English translation||Description|
|ベースボール||Baseball||A baseball game.|
|星くずし||Star Breaker||A Breakout-style game with stars as blocks instead.|
|ぐるぐるボール||Guru Guru Ball|
|パチンコ||Pachinko||Based on the eponymous arcade game in Japan.|
|ピンボール||Pinball||A pinball game.|
|刹那の見斬りお試し版||Samurai Kirby demo||A port of the eponymous sub-game from Kirby Super Star.|
|かちわりメガトンパンチお試し版||Megaton Punch demo||A port of the eponymous sub-game from Kirby Super Star.|
Splash screen upon launch of any Kirby's Toy Box game installment, which promotes Kirby Super Star. The text says "These (modes) are all games!", which was the selling point of Super Star back then.
- NOM - Nintendo of Japan
- 20th Anniversary Kirby Pupupu Encyclopedia, p. 59