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Mr. Frosty
SKC Mr Frosty artwork.png
In-game artwork of Mr. Frosty from Super Kirby Clash.
Debut game Kirby's Adventure (1993)
Latest game Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe (2023, reference)
Other game(s) Kirby's Pinball Land
Kirby's Dream Land 2
Kirby's Block Ball
Kirby's Toy Box
Kirby Super Star
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Kirby: Canvas Curse (reference)
Kirby: Squeak Squad
Kirby Super Star Ultra
Kirby Mass Attack (Kirby Quest)
Kirby: Triple Deluxe
Kirby: Planet Robobot
Team Kirby Clash Deluxe
Kirby Battle Royale (reference)
Kirby Star Allies
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (as a Spirit)
Super Kirby Clash
Kirby and the Forgotten Land (as Wild Frosty)
Kirby's Dream Buffet (reference)
Copy Ability Freeze, Ice
Relative(s) Mr. Floaty, Wild Frosty
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Mr. Frosty is a recurring Mid-Boss in the Kirby series. He appears in several games, starting with Kirby's Adventure. In Kirby's Adventure and its remake, inhaling him grants Kirby the Freeze ability; in other games, however, he instead grants the Ice ability.

Mr. Frosty is bipedal and walrus-like, wearing overalls with a noticeable patch or opening on the rump. His main method of attack is to toss blocks of ice at Kirby or try to body slam him. Other attacks may include trying to chase after Kirby and eat him, or using acrobatics to jump at him.

Physical appearance[edit]

Mr. Frosty is a white walrus-like creature, who wears black overalls with blue buttons (blue overalls with purple stripes in Kirby: Triple Deluxe) and icy blue shoes. He is occasionally recolored red or green. In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Mr. Frosty gets a deluxe form, known as Mr. Frosty DX. In this form, he is more of a vanilla color, with green feet, red overalls with yellow stripes, and a black lip instead of a blue one.

Other variants of Mr. Frosty include his bright swimsuit-wearing cousin Mr. Floaty from Super Kirby Clash, and the disheveled feral Beast Pack version from Kirby and the Forgotten Land called Wild Frosty.

Game appearances[edit]

Mr. Frosty's video game appearances  
Game Role Notes
Kirby series
Kirby's Adventure Mid-Boss
Kirby's Pinball Land Enemy
Kirby's Dream Land 2 Mid-Boss Inhaling one of his ice blocks will also grant Ice as well, and not just the mid-boss himself. This also marks the very first time Mr. Frosty grants the said ability.
Kirby's Block Ball Enemy and Boss Appears as an enemy in one area and a boss in another.
Kirby's Toy Box Bumper Bumper in Pinball. Also appears throughout the background in Arrange Ball.
Kirby Super Star Mid-Boss
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble Enemy Unlike most enemies in the game, Mr. Frosty cannot hurt Kirby.
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land Mid-Boss As this is the remake of Kirby's Adventure, his role doesn't change.
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror Mid-Boss
Kirby: Canvas Curse Reference Appears as one of the drawings in Paint Panic.
Kirby: Squeak Squad Mid-Boss
Kirby Super Star Ultra Mid-Boss As this is the remake of Kirby Super Star, his role doesn't change.
Kirby Mass Attack Enemy Enemy in the Kirby Quest Sub-Game.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe Mid-Boss
Kirby: Planet Robobot Boss Boss in the Team Kirby Clash Sub-Game.
Team Kirby Clash Deluxe Boss
Kirby Battle Royale Reference One of the pieces of Headgear for Ice Kirby is based on him.
Kirby Star Allies Mid-Boss
Super Kirby Clash Boss
Kirby and the Forgotten Land Mid-Boss Appears as Wild Frosty.
Kirby's Dream Buffet Reference Appears on a Character Treat.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe Reference His likeness appears as a Dress-Up Mask.
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Cameo Appears as a Spirit.

Kirby's Adventure / Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land[edit]

Battling Mr. Frosty in Kirby's Adventure.

KA Mr Frosty sprite.png In Kirby's Adventure and its remake, Mr. Frosty appears as one of the first Mid-Bosses. Here is where his familiar battle style was established; namely, his ability to kick block of ice around and attack Kirby with it. He is first seen in Vegetable Valley - Stage 4.


In Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, Mr. Frosty can be found in the following levels and stages:

Mr. Frosty locations in Kirby's Adventure & Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land  
Stage Vegetable Valley Ice Cream Island Butter Building Grape Garden Yogurt Yard Orange Ocean Rainbow Resort
Stage 1 No No No No No No No
Stage 2 No No No No No No Yes
Stage 3 No No No No No No No
Stage 4 Yes No No No No No No
Stage 5 N/A No No No No No No
Stage 6 N/A N/A No No No Yes No

Mr. Frosty also appears in the Arena in Ice Cream Island.

Kirby's Pinball Land[edit]

In Kirby's Pinball Land, Mr. Frosty appears in the lowermost board of Poppy Brothers' Land. Kirby can bump into him to earn 480 points and make his overalls slip for a moment. After being bumped 6 times, Mr. Frosty will change his pose, and should Kirby run into him again, the overalls-wearing walrus will grab him. From there, the player can time a release with the A button to make Mr. Frosty release Kirby in one of four directions.

Kirby's Dream Land 2[edit]

KDL2 Mr Frosty sprite.png Acting exactly the same as in Kirby's Adventure (save for giving Ice instead of Freeze), Mr. Frosty reappears in Kirby's Dream Land 2.


Mr. Frosty appears in the following levels and stages:

Mr. Frosty locations in Kirby's Dream Land 2  
Stage Grass Land Big Forest Ripple Field Iceberg Red Canyon Cloudy Park Dark Castle
Stage 1 No No No No No No No
Stage 2 No No No No No No No
Stage 3 No No No Yes No No Yes
Stage 4 N/A N/A N/A No No No No
Stage 5 N/A N/A N/A N/A No No No
Stage 6 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A No No
Stage 7 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A No

Kirby's Block Ball[edit]

KBBa Mini Mr Frosty sprite.png KBBa Mr Frosty sprite.png In Kirby's Block Ball, Mr. Frosty appears as both a regular enemy and as a Boss in Stage 6. As a regular enemy, he takes 4 hits to defeat and is worth 5000 points. As a boss, he has 12 hit points and attacks by rolling around, worth 50000 points when defeated.

Kirby's Toy Box[edit]

Mr. Frosty makes two notable appearances in this collection of mini-games, one being the Arrange Ball where nine of them highlight occupied holes and one large lies in the background, and the other in Pinball where he serves as one of the better targets on the board.

Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra[edit]

KSS Mr Frosty.png KSSU Mr Frosty Sprite.png Mr. Frosty is a Mid-Boss once again in Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra. He attacks the same way as previous games and is first fought at Float Islands. For the first time in the series, he is weak to fire-based attacks and resists ice-based attacks.


In Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra, Mr. Frosty can be found in the following stages:

Mr. Frosty locations in Kirby Super Star & Kirby Super Star Ultra  
Stage Appearance? Stage Appearance?
Green Greens No RoMK Chapter 4 No
Float Islands Yes RoMK Chapter 5 Yes
Bubbly Clouds No RoMK Chapter 6 No
Mt. Dedede No RoMK Chapter 7 No
Peanut Plains No Floria No
Mallow Castle No Aquarius No
Cocoa Cave No Skyhigh No
Candy Mountain Yes Hotbeat No
Trial Room 1 No Cavius Yes
Trial Room 2 No Mekkai Yes
Sub-Tree No Halfmoon No
Crystal No ??? No
Old Tower No Purple Plants No
Garden No Illusion Islands No
RoMK Chapter 1 No Crash Clouds No
RoMK Chapter 2 No The Revenge No
RoMK Chapter 3 No

Mr. Frosty also appears as an opponent in The Arena and Helper to Hero, as part of "Mid-Boss All-Stars 2". He is not faced in The True Arena.

Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble[edit]

KTnT Mr Frosty.png Mr. Frosty makes a somewhat strange appearance in Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble. Here, he is not a mid-boss, nor can he actually harm Kirby. Instead, he appears in Lvl 3-1 riding a surfboard and carrying a Red Star. When Kirby gets close, Mr. Frosty will try to ride away from Kirby, taking the Red Star with him. If Kirby collides directly with Mr. Frosty, he will be bounced away similar to a bumper. Kirby will need to grab the Red Star from Mr. Frosty before the walrus gets away with it.

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror[edit]

Mr. Flosty,[sic] as he was named in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.

Mr. Frosty is a mid-boss in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, now named Mr. Flosty in English. He is identical to his appearance in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, save for being able to now throw ice blocks in two different sizes.


Kirby battles Mr. Flosty in Olive Ocean. His misspelled name is visible in the lower-right corner.

Mr. Frosty can be found in the following rooms:

Kirby: Canvas Curse[edit]

In Kirby: Canvas Curse, Mr. Frosty appears as one of the drawings in the Paint Panic boss game.

Kirby: Squeak Squad[edit]

Mr. Frosty is a mid-boss in Kirby: Squeak Squad, and has the same appearance and attacks as in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.


In Kirby: Squeak Squad, Mr. Frosty can be found in the following stages:

Kirby Mass Attack[edit]

KMA KQ Mr Frosty sprite.png Mr. Frosty appears in the Kirby Mass Attack Sub-Game Kirby Quest as one of Kirby's opponents. He appears in Stage 26 alongside two Oohroo and in Stage 38 with two Fuufuu. He has 480 HP.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

Mr. Frosty returns as a mid-boss and makes his first 3D appearance in Kirby: Triple Deluxe with slightly different coloration. Like the other bosses, he also has a DX form. He has a new attack, where he flies around the screen in a cyclone of snow.


In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Mr. Frosty can be found in the following levels and stages:

Mr. Frosty locations in Kirby: Triple Deluxe  
Stage Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6 EX Stage 7 EX Stage 8 EX
Fine Fields No Yes No No N/A No N/A N/A
Lollipop Land No No No No N/A No N/A N/A
Old Odyssey No No No No No N/A Yes N/A
Wild World No No No No No N/A No N/A
Endless Explosions Yes No No No Yes N/A No N/A
Royal Road No No No No Yes N/A No No

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

From Team Kirby Clash
Tame the wild Ice Beast who stalks the moonlit lake!
— Quest description from Team Kirby Clash

Mr. Frosty is one of the opponents that must be faced in the Sub-Game Team Kirby Clash. Here, he is much larger and with greater health. He also can throw more than one ice block at a time, in an effort to hit multiple Kirbys.

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe[edit]

The very ground quakes as the ice beast rampages--this time in the Ruins!
— Tough Quest flavor text from Team Kirby Clash Deluxe

Mr. Frosty returns in the expanded Sub-Game, appearing on three separate occasions to battle Team Kirby. New moves include elaborate acrobatics and quick icy spins.

Kirby Battle Royale[edit]

The Mr. Frosty Hat in Kirby Battle Royale
This headgear has the cutest eyes. Great for looking innocent.
— Mr. Frosty Hat description from Kirby Battle Royale

In Kirby Battle Royale, there is an unlockable type of headgear for Ice Kirby based on Mr. Frosty, complete with his rump on the back. It is called the Mr. Frosty Hat, and it costs 750 Battle Coins.

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

Mr. Frosty appears in Kirby Star Allies, with a slightly different design from his previous appearances, and is the first among the many mid-bosses that Kirby and his friends will face in the game. He is somewhat larger than he has been in other main series titles, and has obtained new overalls which no longer have a hole in the rump (though it is still hard to miss). He also has a harder variation much like all the other mid-bosses with some new attacks and upgrades to his already-existing attacks. Curiously, unlike the other Mid-Bosses in this title, Mr. Frosty cannot be recruited directly as an ally, instead being replaced by Chilly if a Friend Heart is tossed at him once he's down.

The following is a list of attacks Mr. Frosty can perform as a mid-boss in Kirby Star Allies. Italics denote variations done by his harder variation only.

Mr. Frosty’s attacks as a mid-boss in Kirby Star Allies  
Attack Description Variants
Jump Mr. Frosty hops in place once, twice or three times. He may spin around while jumping in place three times.
Charge Mr. Frosty hops back and then runs forward before belly-sliding past a targeted character. He can also be dazed if he runs into a wall. His harder version turns around before belly-sliding. In phase 1, he turns around once. In phase 2, he turns around twice.
Snowball/Snowman Mr. Frosty pulls out a snowball, throws it high in the air and then pushes it forward, either bouncing it along with his butt or pushing it forward with his arms. He might sometimes throw out two snowballs which form a snowman before launching it. The snowman makes higher bounces compared to the snowballs. His regular variation's snowballs and snowmen are small and the snowballs lightly bounce along the ground. His harder variation's snowballs and snowmen are bigger and the snowballs roll on the ground.
Bellyflop Mr. Frosty jumps high in the air and then bellyflops onto a chosen target. The targeted character is flattened temporarily if the attack connects. He can do two small hops before bellyflopping or proceed straight to the bellyflop. When his harder variation lands from a bellyflop, a small ice shard appears in front of Mr. Frosty for a few seconds. His harder variation, should he immediately start bellyflopping, does this three times in a row in the second phase, with the last bellyflop producing the ice shard.
Swallow Charge Mr. Frosty opens his mouth wide and proceeds to dash forward. He will eventually belly-slide if he passes a targeted character that's above him. He can also be dazed if he runs into a wall. If a character gets caught on ground-level, they are quickly eaten and will take rapid damage. Rapidly moving the Control Stick will cause the trapped character to escape faster. The dash maneuver is done a little bit faster for his harder variation's battle.

Attack order[edit]

There are many different attack orders that Mr. Frosty uses for his various fights. Click "Expand" on the right to see the lists.

Mr. Frosty's regular variation begins with these two attacks:

  • Jump
  • Charge

After that, he then attacks in a fixed order on loop as follows:

  1. Snowball
  2. Charge
  3. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  4. Jump x2
  5. Snowman
  6. Jump x3
  7. Charge
  8. Jump
  9. Jump x3
  10. Snowman
  11. Jump x2
  12. Charge
  13. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  14. Jump x2
  15. Snowball
  16. Charge
  17. Jump
  18. Jump x3
  19. Snowman
  20. Jump x2
  21. Charge
  22. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  23. Jump x2
  24. Snowman
  25. Jump x3
  26. Charge
  27. Jump
  28. Jump x3

After losing enough health, Mr. Frosty will abruptly switch to this pattern:

  1. Swallow Charge
  2. Jump x2
  3. Snowball x4
  4. Jump x3
  5. Charge
  6. Swallow Charge
  7. Snowball x3 + Snowman
  8. Jump x3
  9. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  10. Swallow Charge
  11. Snowball
  12. Bellyflop [one total jump]
  13. Swallow Charge
  14. Snowballs x4
  15. Jump x3
  16. Charge
  17. Swallow Charge
  18. Snowballs x3 + Snowman
  19. Jump x3
  20. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  21. Swallow Charge
  22. Snowball
  23. Bellyflop [one total jump]
  24. Swallow Charge
  25. Snowballs x3
  26. Jump x3
  27. Charge
  28. Swallow Charge
  29. Snowballs x3 + Snowman
  30. Jump x3
  31. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  32. Swallow Charge
  33. Snowball
  34. Bellyflop [one total jump]

His harder variation begins with this attack:

  • Jump

He then proceeds to attack in a fixed order on loop as follows:

  1. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  2. Jump x2
  3. Snowball
  4. Jump x2
  5. Charge
  6. Jump x2
  7. Bellyflop [one total jump]
  8. Jump x2
  9. Snowballs x4
  10. Jump x2
  11. Swallow Charge
  12. Jump x2
  13. Bellyflop [three total jumps]
  14. Jump x2
  15. Snowball
  16. Jump x2
  17. Charge
  18. Jump x2
  19. Bellyflop [one total jump]
  20. Jump x2
  21. Giant Snowman
  22. Jump x2
  23. Jump x2
  24. Swallow Charge
  25. Jump x2

After losing enough health, Mr. Frosty abruptly switches to this fixed order on loop:

  1. Bellyflop x3
  2. Jump x2
  3. Giant Snowman
  4. Jump x3
  5. Charge
  6. Bellyflop x3
  7. Jump x2
  8. Giant Snowman
  9. Jump x3
  10. Swallow Charge
  11. Bellyflop x3
  12. Jump x2
  13. Snowballs x4
  14. Jump x2
  15. Charge
  16. Bellyflop x3
  17. Jump x2
  18. Giant Snowman
  19. Jump x2
  20. Swallow Charge
  21. Bellyflop x3
  22. Jump x2
  23. Giant Snowman
  24. Jump x2
  25. Charge
  26. Bellyflop x3
  27. Jump x2
  28. Snowballs x4
  29. Jump x2
  30. Swallow Charge

Twin Frosty is fought in some stages and on Soul Melter of The Ultimate Choice and comes in two varieties. It can consist of one regular and one hard variation or two hard variations, both of which attack in a different order from each other.


In Kirby Star Allies, Mr. Frosty can be found in the following levels and stages:

Mr. Frosty locations in Kirby Star Allies  
Stage Appearance? Stage Appearance?
Green Gardens Yes Falluna Moon No
Donut Dome No Planet Misteen No
Honey Hill No Mareen Moon No
Fruity Forest No Planet Caverna Yes
Clash at Castle Dedede No Grott Moon No
Extra Eclair No Planet Frostak No
Friendly Field No Blizzno Moon No
Reef Resort No Planet Towara Yes
Echo's Edge Yes Gabbel Moon No
Nature's Navel No Star Lavadom No
Sacred Square No Sizzlai Moon No
Inside Islands Yes Jambandra Base No
Duplex Dream No The Divine Terminus No
Gatehouse Road No Extra Planet α No
Eastern Wall No Extra Planet β No
Longview Corridor No Extra Planet γ No
Western Outer Wall No Extra Planet δ No
Inner Sanctum No Ability Planet Yes
Heavenly Hall No Dimension I No
Sector A Yes Dimension II No
Sector B No Dimension III No
Sector C No Dimension IV Yes
Planet Earthfall No

Super Kirby Clash[edit]

Enter the ice beast! Stamp out this nuisance before he freezes up the Dunes!
— Flavor text from Super Kirby Clash
Mr. Frosty in Super Kirby Clash.

Mr. Frosty returns as an enemy encounter in Super Kirby Clash, serving largely the same role he did in its predecessor, although incorporating the patch over his rump from Kirby Star Allies. Out of the four Quests he's fought in, he's fought solo in two of them, while paired with other enemies in the other two. He appears with King Doo in Team First Contact and with his similar cohort Mr. Floaty in Team Shimmy.


The boiling lava covers the ground like a bright-red blizzard. Watch out for his Icy Tackle!
— Tougher Quest flavor text from Super Kirby Clash

The following are all of Mr. Frosty's attacks in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Super Kirby Clash. Note that some attack names are sourced from Japanese strategy guides relating to Mr. Frosty's appearances in other games, while others are conjectural:

Mr. Frosty's attacks in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Super Kirby Clash  
Attack Description Variants
Mr. Frosty starts running, and falls on his face after a while. He may stop and gobble up a Kirby he runs into. He may also perform a much quicker run which travels further, but this leaves him dazed afterward.
Ice Tackle
Mr. Frosty conjures a field of ice around himself and starts running. He turns around twice in fixed intervals to charge again each time before running into a wall at the end and becoming dazed.
Ice Block Throw[conjectural title] Mr. Frosty pulls out blocks of ice, tosses them upward, then hits them forward as they fall back down. These blocks can be broken using an attack. In later quests, he may attempt to throw several at once.
Triple Body Press
Mr. Frosty pulls back, and then performs a series of quick and long jumps. He finishes with a heavy body slam which can flatten Kirbys underneath. In later quests, these jumps become quicker and more numerous.
Ice Mouthful
Mr. Frosty charges forward with his mouth open. If he catches a Kirby, then Mr. Frosty eats him and damages him by chewing on him repeatedly. Mashing directions on the Control Stick can help the given Kirby escape faster, and if done successfully, Mr. Frosty will be stunned for a short time.
Spinning Blizzard
Mr. Frosty starts hovering as he spins and breathes a cone of frost.
3D Spinning Blizzard[conjectural title] A stronger version of Spinning Blizzard, Mr. Frosty spins around and breathes a cone of frost while weaving in and out of the background.
Aerial Spinning Blizzard[conjectural title] Mr. Frosty starts hovering toward the middle of the arena as he spins and breathes a cone of frost. While spinning, he throws out blocks of ice in semi-random trajectories.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land[edit]

Main article: Wild Frosty
The mysterious vortex brought Mr. Frosty to the new world too! He arrived shortly before Kirby and immediately joined the Beast Pack. (The change in wardrobe must have made it an easy choice.) It's tough to be the new guy, but his fellow beasts love working with him.
— Figure description

In Kirby and the Forgotten Land, a variant of Mr. Frosty called Wild Frosty appears as a Mid-Boss. His figure description reveals him to be Mr. Frosty after joining the Beast Pack.

Kirby's Dream Buffet[edit]

In Kirby's Dream Buffet, Mr. Frosty appears on a Character Treat, which depicts his sprite from Kirby's Dream Land 2.

Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe[edit]

In Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe, there is a Dress-Up Mask based on Mr. Frosty, unlocked by completing Stamp Rally card #27.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Mr. Frosty appears as Support Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. He is ranked ★ Novice, Defense-type and when equipped gives the player a Freezie at the start of battles. In the Spirit Board battle, he is portrayed by the Ice Climbers.

In Kirby: Right Back at Ya![edit]

Mr. Frosty makes a tiny cameo appearance as a monster in the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! episode Cowardly Creature. He is shown briefly training as part of the "Young Monsters of the Future" program run by monster clowns, attempting to balance on a unicycle.

In the Kirby novel series[edit]

In the Kirby novel series, Mr. Frosty appears in Kirby: Big Race in Pupupu Land! as one of the race's many contestants. He is a resident of Dream Land who can attack by hurling ice cubes. He gives Kirby the Ice ability when inhaled.

In Kirby: Big Race in Pupupu Land!, Mr. Frosty's vehicle of choice is the light and freely-moving Slick Star, which is a great fit for him. He is first seen after everyone chooses their vehicles, where he catches up to King Dedede, who had been far in the lead. The two of them get into a fight, and go off-track. After being so focused on fighting, they remember the race, and head to the spicy food-eating challenge. As everyone reacts to the food's painful spiciness, Kirby inhales Mr. Frosty to soothe the pain. The other contestants soothe their pain by eating the ice that Kirby breathes out, but Mr. Frosty cannot because he is inside Kirby. When Kirby releases Mr. Frosty, he runs off to find a lake to quench his thirst. After he finally finds one, Mr. Frosty angrily attacks Kirby for inhaling him. He damages Kirby's Warp Star, and knocks out his Mike ability, freeing Walky. Walky and Mr. Frosty head back to the race, leaving Kirby behind. On the way back, Walky and Mr. Frosty hear a growling sound coming from a nearby forest. They investigate the forest, only to encounter a big, scary monster. The other contestants eventually arrive to help them.


  • While Mr. Frosty is preparing ice to throw at Kirby, the player gets a good view of his rump, a characteristic of him that is shown in many Kirby games. From Kirby Star Allies onward, a sewn-on patch that covers his buttocks has been added to his overalls.
  • Mr. Frosty was going to appear in Kirby's Air Ride for the Nintendo 64, an unreleased precursor to Kirby Air Ride for the Nintendo GameCube. He was seen riding an orange Warp Star. Mr. Frosty did not appear in the GameCube version of the game.






Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミスター・フロスティ
Misutā Furosuti
Mister Frosty
Chinese 冰霜先生[1]
Bīngshuāng Xiānshēng
Mr. Frost
Dutch Mr. Frosty -
French Frigor Efik Pun on frigorifique, refrigerated
German Dr. Eisbert
Dr. Eisbart
Dr. Icebert; pun on Eisberg, iceberg
Dr. Icebeard; used exclusively in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Italian Dadopagos
Korean 미스터 프로스티
Miseuteo Peuroseuti
Mr. Frosty
Portuguese Sr. Congelão Mr. Big Frosty
Spanish Sr. Mórsez Mr. Walrusez, from "morsa" (walrus) and the spanish surname termination -ez