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Kirby Slide

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Kirby Slide
Kirby Slide gameplay.png
Gameplay of Kirby Slide.
Developer(s) 4Kids Entertainment
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) NA December 2003
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance e-Reader
Supported languages , American English
Game chronology
Kirby Air Ride Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
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This article is about an e-Reader game made by 4Kids Entertainment, and should not be confused with KIRBY-e.

Kirby Slide, also known as Kirby Puzzle,[1] is a simple, eight-block sliding puzzle that was released as an e-Reader title on Game Boy Advance. Its card was bundled with the December 2003 issues of Nintendo Power and Tips & Tricks, and given away at Toys "R" Us stores.[2] This game was made to promote Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, and the sliding puzzle is even based on Kirby's main artwork from the series.

After completing the puzzle, the game displays a simple congratulatory message, and then offers the player to either restart the puzzle or quit back into the e-Reader menu.



  1. e-Reader menu
  2. Kirby Slide - Release Summary - GameSpot