Kirby Fighters Deluxe

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English logo.
Developer(s) HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) North America August 29, 2014
Japan July 23, 2014
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Game Chronology
<-- Kirby: Triple Deluxe Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe -->
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Kirby Fighters Deluxe, known as カービィファイターズZ (Kābī Faitāzu Zetto) in Japan, is a game for the Nintendo 3DS. It is based off of the Kirby Fighters sub-game in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.

It was released on July 23, 2014 on the Japanese eShop, along with Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe. It was later released on August 29, 2014 internationally.

Differences from Kirby Fighters

New stages

Changes to single player mode

  • There are now battles in which Kirby fights with a partner.
  • The player fights Kracko as a boss.
  • The final battle, rather than being against Shadow Kirby, is instead a battle in which Kirby fights multiple small King Dededes, with the number varying depending on the difficulty chosen.





  • There are now Team Battles (2 vs 2 and 1 vs 3). A special item appears that allows Kirbys, provided that they are on the same team, to stack on top of each other to shoot a large beam of energy, which deals a large sum of damage. Larger amounts of Kirbys result in a more powerful beam.
  • Kirbys can heal teammates after they re-gain health.
  • Kirby can upgrade his abilities to become stronger, and he adopts a new costume.
  • Some levels have bosses that teams can defeat.


  • The part where Kirby fights against 64 tiny Dededes may be a reference to the Super Smash Bros. series' Multi-Man Melee/Brawl/Smash.
    • This is further referenced as in Melee's Adventure Mode, as the player must face many Kirbys with the Hats of all 26 playable characters.
  • The souped-up hammer that King Dedede uses in the final fight is officially known as the "Star Rod Hammer Dedede Custom".