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- This article is about the first stage in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. For the music by the same name that plays in this stage, see Forest/Nature Area.
The Labyrinth Entrance Stage is the very first area in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, serving as the game's tutorial.
This area consists of three rooms that lead to the Central Circle. The first room is a one-way path, while the second and third are interconnected. After the third room, a cutscene of Dark Meta Knight and Meta Knight plays and Kirby and his cohorts won't be able to return to any of the three rooms.
Labyrinth Entrance Stage consists of three rooms which show the basics of the game. In the first room, there are some enemies and a tall wall Kirby must hover above to continue. After that there is a platform next to some Star Blocks that Kirby must either inhale or slide to progress.
In the next room, Kirby must hit a switch to open a gate in front of him. Kirby can do this simply by walking forward. Right after that, a timed switch presents itself and Kirby will need to call his friends with his cell phone and have them step on the switch to have a Kirby reach a Bomb Block to allow all of the Kirbys move on. Right after that, Kirby will encounter a Heave-Ho Block block which he will need to super inhale to progress. At the end of the second room, there will be another Heave-Ho Block which can be moved for some food and a battery. Moving the second Heave-Ho Block is not needed to progress to the next room, however.
In the third and final room, Kirby will encounter a Sword Knight and a Cupie. He will be able to get his first copy ability of the game here. The rest of the room contains enemies and star blocks for Kirby to test his new tools on while his clones can get a chance to get a copy ability. The end of the room contains a big chest which gives the Kirbys the world map. This allows them to see all of the areas of the Mirror World and open the way to the Central Circle.
Ripped composite map of the three rooms.