Mr. Star

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Mr. Star
KPR Mr Star Sticker.png
Sticker of Mr. Star from Kirby: Planet Robobot.
First appearance Kirby's Star Stacker (Game Boy) (1997)
Latest appearance Kirby: Planet Robobot (2016) (cameo)
Other appearance(s) Kirby's Star Stacker (SNES)
Theme music

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Quote1.png Alright then... we'll let a game decide who can keep it! Quote2.png
— Mr. Star in the SNES version of Kirby's Star Stacker (unofficial translation)

Mr. Star is a character who appears in both versions of Kirby's Star Stacker. He is a sentient five-pointed star with a sphere in each of his flanks, and is capable of flight and interstellar travel.

Game appearances[edit]

Kirby's Star Stacker (Game Boy)[edit]

Mr. Star's debut role in Kirby's Star Stacker for Game Boy is a fairly minor one. He appears in place of King Dedede's face in the Challenge Mode of the game, and does little else.

Kirby's Star Stacker (SNES)[edit]

Mr. Star has an expanded role in Kirby's Star Stacker for Super Famicom's story mode. While traveling through space, he passed Pop Star. Spotting him, King Dedede shot him down using a cannon, causing him to split into several pieces. After landing on Kirby, the pink puffball agreed to help him get back together again so he can fly once more, with Kirby's Animal Friends Rick, Kine and Coo joining in the search for the pieces. After trouncing every opponent who had grabbed a piece, including King Dedede at his castle, Mr. Star was able to return to his normal self, and flew back off into space.

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

Mr. Star makes a cameo as a sticker in Kirby: Planet Robobot.


  • Mr. Star looks somewhat like Starfy, from The Legendary Starfy series, which caused some initial confusion when his sticker was revealed in international releases of Kirby: Planet Robobot.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 星くん
Roughly "Mr. Star". -kun is an informal Japanese honorific; in this case it is used to describe a young person or male.
German Glitzerstern Glitter Star