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Melody Town

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Melody Town
KEY Melody Town Preview screenshot.png
The preview screen for Melody Town.
Treasures -Toy Piano
-Clef Tree
-Melody Town Soundtrack
Patch Candy Patch
Devil(s) (Devilish Mode) Ye-Devil
Theme music
Stage order
Sweets Park Squashini
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Melody Town is the fourth stage of Treat Land in Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, unlocked by completing Sweets Park and using the Candy Patch. This stage has a heavy musical motif, which results in most of the objects on the path being instruments that Kirby can play by traversing them. Completing this stage yields the Air Pump Patch, which is used to unlock the battle with Squashini.

Patch animation[edit]

Once the patch is tossed, a giant chocolate-covered piano keyboard lands on top of the cake place before, and waves of musical notes start emerging from both sides. From there, the door opens.


The stage begins with a piano and several drums which Kirby can bounce across, which leads to a horn which Kirby can Snake into. From there, he is blasted out along a line of musical notes, which will yield a star bead if all of them are collected along the way. The next area has a series of cymbals which can be used to bounce higher, and harps which can be played by swinging across them using the Pendulum. The last area is a mash-up of every instrument seen so far, with a particular emphasis on pianos before reaching the goal.

Medal Bead scores[edit]

  • Bronze - 450 points
  • Silver - 900 points
  • Gold - 1350 points


Enemies Mid-Bosses

  • None


Item Description Note
KEY Furniture Toy Piano.png
Toy Piano
This piano may look like a toy, but it really has a solid tone.
KEY Furniture Clef Tree.png
Clef Tree
This tree plays a melody when you shake it. Just try not to overdo it, however. Required to invite Mara
KEY CD Soundtrack Item.png
Melody Town Soundtrack
This new music plays in Melody Town.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese メロディタウン
Melody town
Canadian French Village mélodie Melody town
European French Village mélodique Melodic town
German Dorf der Musik Village of Music
Italian Orchestropoli Mix of the words "Orchestra" and "Polis" (Latin for city)
Korean 멜로디 타운
mellodi taun
Melody town
Latin American Spanish Pueblo melodía Melody town
European Spanish Melodia Play on "Melodía" (melody) and the suffix "-odia" (used for locations)


Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Melody Town.