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KRTDL Mike.png
Artwork of Mike Kirby from Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
First game Kirby's Adventure
Latest game Kirby Star Allies
Other game(s) Kirby Super Star
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
Kirby Air Ride
Kirby Super Star Ultra
Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Kirby: Planet Robobot
Type(s) Limited Use (3 uses)
Obtained from Walky, Mr. Tick-Tock, Paint Roller's microphone
Power(s) Kirby performs a destructive yell in a microphone that clears all enemies off the screen.
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The Mike is a copy ability that Kirby can obtain. When it is equipped, he is able to sing three times, defeating all enemies on-screen, each time. In more recent games, the Mike defeats enemies in its range, but nowhere else. The first two attacks strike in a relatively straight line, while the third attacks all enemies, as it originally did. This ability can be obtained by swallowing a Walky and Mr. Tick-Tock.

In Kirby's Dream Land, the microphone is an item that Kirby can inhale. When he spits the mike out, however, the microphone's projectile will defeat all enemies it comes in contact with.

Mike moveset in Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra
Skill Button Execution
Desk Mike
Microphone (on stand)
*Noise defeats foes. 3 uses.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U trophy description[edit]

"Curious what Kirby's singing voice sounds like? Then track down and inhale Mr. Tick-Tock or a Walky! Kirby can copy the Mike ability and then use a mike or megaphone to really let 'er rip. Sometimes he sounds as cute as he looks, but he can also hit those low notes when he wants to rock."

In Kirby: Right Back at Ya![edit]

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Kirby obtains this ability in Fitness Fiend and Abusement Park. Just like in the games, he inhales a Walky. This time, Kirby tries to sing an actual song, which is Kihon wa Maru (the Japanese Kirby: Right Back at Ya! ending theme) the first time he uses it. This also shows that Kirby is tone deaf, which makes his singing bad (the Night Mare Enterprises Salesman even states that "his eardrums couldn't take" the song in Abusement Park) and causes chaos.


  • In Kirby Super Star, the scream Kirby makes with the Stand Microphone was voiced by Masahiro Sakurai, which according to him in an interview of said game, it sounds like "Chesto!"
  • When Kirby sings his reprise of Kihon wa Maru in Abusement Park, it is possible to hear a sad horn. He even warps the wormhole as he travels through it.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マイク
Chinese 麦克风 (chs)
麥克風 (cht)
mài kè fēng
Dutch Microfoon Microphone
French Micro Mike
German Popstar Popstar
Italian Urla Scream
Korean 마이크
Russian Микрофон
Spanish Micro Mike