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Warp Star
KPR Warp Star artwork.png
Artwork of Kirby riding a Warp Star from Kirby: Triple Deluxe & Kirby: Planet Robobot
Details
Type Device
Function Carries Kirby and other characters to new locations
Found Out in the open in stages, on World Maps and level hubs, etc.
Game(s) (click to navigate)
Similar to 3D Warp Star, Warp Star (Kirby Air Ride)
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This article is about the star-shaped transportation objects. For the Air Ride Machine, see Warp Star (Kirby Air Ride).
Hey, what's that up there? In the sky, falling fast! Oh! It looks like... Yes, it is!
— Bandana Waddle Dee talking about the Warp Star in Kirby Battle Royale

A Warp Star, sometimes spelled Warpstar, is a broad yellow five-pointed star-shaped object which can travel at high speed through the air, and acts as Kirby's primary means of transportation in the Kirby series. First appearing in Kirby's Dream Land, the Warp Star is a mainstay in the series, appearing in some form in nearly every game. During gameplay, Warp Stars are used to carry Kirby and/or other characters from one section of a stage to another, or provide transport in-between stages or levels. Warp Stars can also appear in cutscenes, and are often paired with Kirby in promotional material and merchandise.

Warp Stars can vary greatly in their depiction, including details regarding their shape, size, color, and the sound they produce when being ridden. How Kirby mounts a Warp Star can also vary. Typically he will grab onto the top or side of it as it is kept upright, but Kirby can also often be seen sitting or standing atop the star as it lays flat, where he then rides it like a surfboard. Despite being ubiquitous to the series, it is still not entirely clear what a Warp Star is, where it comes from, and why it typically appears for Kirby to utilize. At least some Warp Stars can be said to have some form of sentience, since Kirby can clearly be seen motioning to his star to change course during a dangerous situation in the opening scene for Kirby and the Forgotten Land.

As in-game objects[edit]

Kirby and his friends riding atop the Warp Star in Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe
This familiar sound effect plays when Kirby hops on a Warp Star (Kirby's Return to Dream Land version).

When encountered inside a stage in a typical main-series game, a Warp Star is typically seen floating off the ground, or occasionally high up in the air. It will either spin in place or wobble back and forth while glowing and occasionally shedding energy particles which resemble smaller stars. It waits until Kirby or another playable character hops onto the star, upon which it will fly off in a pre-determined direction in a cutscene, often haphazardly, and almost always with the iconic warbling twinkling sound. When a Warp Star reaches its destination, it will crash down to the ground and shatter or otherwise dissipate, usually sending its rider flying a short distance.

While functionally no different from a door in how it transports a playable character from one area to another, the Warp Star is meant to be a more flashy way of doing so, often involving entirely separate areas that only serve as a back-drop for the Warp Star transportation scenes. Warp Stars are also often used in World Maps and level hubs as a visual indicator of how Kirby is being transported from one area to the next.

In stages, Warp Stars can be made to appear in the same manner as other objects, often triggered by defeating enemies, pressing switches, or simply waiting. Most of the time, however, they do not need to be triggered to appear.

Game appearances[edit]

Warp Star video game appearances  
Game Appears as Notes
Kirby series
Kirby's Dream Land Device
Kirby's Adventure Device Also seen during the ending cutscene.
Kirby's Pinball Land Device Also used for stage selection.
Kirby's Dream Course Level/stage selection Kirby enters and exits most stages using the Warp Star. Not a device during gameplay.
Kirby's Avalanche Special Seen in the opening cutscene. Not seen during gameplay.
Kirby's Dream Land 2 Level selection
Kirby's Block Ball Device Also used for level and Sub-Game selection.
Kirby Super Star Device Also used in stage selection and seen in cutscenes.
Kirby's Star Stacker (Game Boy) Special Used for Kirby's entrance in game modes and also seen in the opening cutscene.
Kirby's Dream Land 3 Level selection
Kirby's Star Stacker (Super Famicom) Special Used for Kirby's entrance in Round Clear mode.
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards Special Seen in a cutscene near the end of the game.
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble Device
Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land Device Also used for level selection.
Kirby Air Ride Device One of the game's Air Ride Machines (see Warp Star (Kirby Air Ride) for details).
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror Device Can also be called upon using the Cell Phone.
Kirby: Canvas Curse Reference Appears as one of the objects in Paint Panic.
Kirby: Squeak Squad Device Also seen in cutscenes.
Kirby Super Star Ultra Device Also used in stage selection and seen in cutscenes.
Kirby Mass Attack Level selection Also seen in cutscenes.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land Device Also used in World Map navigation.
Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition Level selection
Kirby: Triple Deluxe Device Also appears as a keychain.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Special Seen in the ending cutscene and credits.
Kirby: Planet Robobot Device
Kirby's Blowout Blast Level/stage selection
Kirby Battle Royale Special Appears in the opening of Story Mode to take Kirby and Bandana Waddle Dee to King Dedede's tournament. No role in gameplay.
Kirby Star Allies Special Used on the World Map and in cutscenes.
Super Kirby Clash Reference Appears on some stickers.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land Device Also seen on the World Map and in cutscenes.
Kirby's Dream Buffet Reference Appears on a few Character Treats.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe Device Same role as Kirby’s Return to Dream Land
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. Special Used for Kirby's entrance animation.
Super Smash Bros. Melee Item Also appears as a trophy.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl Item Also appears as a trophy.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U Item Also appears as a trophy.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Item Also appears as a spirit.

Kirby's Dream Land[edit]

Kirby riding the first Warp Star in Green Greens, in Kirby's Dream Land

Warp Stars made their first appearance in Kirby's first game Kirby's Dream Land. They are mainly used to take Kirby from one section to another. Each stage in the game features at least one Warp Star, even if (in the case of Mt. Dedede) it is only used for the opening cutscene.

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

In Kirby's Adventure and its remake, Warp Stars are used in Warp Star Stations to transport Kirby to distant levels, such as from Vegetable Valley to Orange Ocean. They are also found inside stages, where they transport Kirby to another part of the stage.

Kirby's Pinball Land[edit]

In Kirby's Pinball Land, Warp Stars are used to transport Kirby from one board to another. Whenever Kirby finds himself in the main warp room, he can use Warp Stars to travel to any of the main Pinball Lands. Once within those lands, Warp Stars can be found which behave in a consistent way based on which floor they are found on, as follows:

  • Lower floor - takes Kirby back to the Warp hub
  • Middle floor - takes Kirby to the bonus game of that land
  • Upper floor - takes Kirby to the boss area

In addition, a Warp Star will appear in the gutter of the main boss encounters (with the exception of King Dedede's fight) which will take Kirby back to the top floor of the main board, or back to the hub once the boss is defeated.

Kirby's Dream Course[edit]

Kirby using a Warp Star to select a course in Kirby's Dream Course

In Kirby's Dream Course, whenever Kirby or Keeby goes into a hole, they come out riding a Warp Star to go to the next hole. If the hole is the end of the course, the Warp Star is replaced by a Warp Star-shaped rocket ship. In addition, a Warp Star is used on the course select screen to travel between courses.

Kirby's Dream Land 2[edit]

In Kirby's Dream Land 2, Kirby and his Animal Friends use the Warp Star to travel between the Rainbow Islands. In effect, it acts as a level select for the player. Warp Stars do not appear as objects in stages themselves.

Kirby's Block Ball[edit]

In Kirby's Block Ball, the Warp Star can be found by breaking blocks on certain stage rounds. In any of the rounds prior to round 4, if Kirby collides with a Warp Star, he will be taken to the central circuit of the world map where one of the four Sub-Games can be chosen to play. In Round 4 of each stage (Round 6 in Stage 11), Kirby can proceed to the boss round when he collides with the Warp Star. Colliding with the Warp Star awards 400 points.

Kirby Super Star / Kirby Super Star Ultra[edit]

Kirby riding a Warp Star on its side in the opening scene for Kirby Super Star

In Kirby Super Star and its remake Kirby Super Star Ultra, the Warp Star serves a number of different purposes. In regular gameplay, Kirby can find a Warp Star in some stages in order to travel to new areas in a more flashy manner than entering a door. In The Great Cave Offensive, a Warp Star is used by Kirby to escape the underground after defeating Wham Bam Rock; after then, it appears at the start of the Sub-Tree area. In Revenge of Meta Knight, Kirby uses a Warp Star to approach and then attempt to board the Halberd, but is repulsed, needing to ride Dyna Blade instead. In Milky Way Wishes, Kirby uses the Warp Star to travel between worlds, and combines it with the other wishing stars to summon Galactic Nova and form the Starship. In the remake-exclusive Revenge of the King, Kirby's Warp Star is shot down by Kabula as he approaches Mt. Dedede, forcing him to mount the Starship instead.

Perhaps most notably, Kirby's Warp Star appears in the opening cutscene for the game prior to the title screen. This particular scene features the first instance of Kirby riding his Warp Star by sitting atop it as it is tilted laterally, rather than clinging onto it in upright position as he normally does.

Kirby's Dream Land 3[edit]

Much like in Kirby's Dream Land 2, Kirby and his allies use the Warp Star in Kirby's Dream Land 3 exclusively to travel between the main areas of Pop Star.

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards[edit]

The Warp Star as it appears in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. Note its unusually large size.

While Warp Stars do not appear within the main levels of Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, if Miracle Matter is defeated while Kirby is in possession of all Crystal Shards, Kirby can be seen using a special phone to call a giant Warp Star. Kirby, King Dedede, Waddle Dee, Adeleine, and Ribbon all use this Warp Star to reach Dark Star.

Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble[edit]

In Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble, Kirby rides a Warp Star to get to and from each stage. Warp Stars can also be found in other parts of the stage, taking Kirby to secret areas. If a Blue Star is collected and Kirby completes the stage with it, he will ride on a blue Warp Star instead, taking him to a menu known as the Bonus Star[1] where he can play any of the five Sub-Games.

Kirby Air Ride[edit]

Artwork of a Warp Star from Kirby Air Ride
Main article: Warp Star (Kirby Air Ride)

The Warp Star appears as one of the standard Air Ride Machines in Kirby Air Ride. It is the first machine encountered in the Air Ride mode, and serves as an introductory machine to new riders, as it boasts mainly average stats in all areas. Unlike Warp Stars in the main series, the machine is not able to fly indefinitely, and is ridden by laying it flat and sitting atop it, rather than holding onto it while upright.

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror[edit]

In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, Warp Stars can be called by Kirby using the Cell Phone in order to take him back to the Central Circle in Rainbow Route or to one of the other Kirbys (if that Kirby is being controlled by a human player). Additionally, Warp Stars can be found in areas which will take Kirby and his clones to new lands. Rooms that contain Warp Stars are marked on the level maps with stars. When Kirby hops on one of these stars, it will wait several moments before taking him away, in order to give time for any other Kirbys present to hop on as well if they so choose. The destination of these stars is almost always in another area entirely (the only exception being the one in Candy Constellation).

Warp Stars are also used in the Goal Game, where Kirby can steer it towards items like 1-Ups and Food while dodging obstacles along the way. They are also used in the final phase against Dark Mind, to shoot star projectiles back at the evil eye.

Kirby: Squeak Squad[edit]

In Kirby: Squeak Squad, the Warp Star can occasionally be found in stages, and acts much the same as in previous main series titles. The Warp Star also makes an appearance in a few of the game's cutscenes.

Kirby Mass Attack[edit]

In Kirby Mass Attack, the Warp Star is used to transport the Mini-Kirbys between the Popopo Islands, and also features in a few cutscenes.

Warp Stars also appear as gameplay elements in the Kirby Brawlball Sub-Game, where touching one will take Kirby to a bonus area.

Kirby's Return to Dream Land / Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe[edit]

A Warp Star in Kirby's Return to Dream Land

Warp Stars serve as the primary means of transportation between levels in the World Maps of Kirby's Return to Dream Land. Additionally, they occasionally appear in the stages themselves to take Kirby and his friends to a new location, much like they did in the older games.

Kirby's Dream Collection Special Edition[edit]

In the introductory title movie, Kirby inhales a Warp Star to update him and his friends to their then modern appearances. Additionally, in the New Challenge Stages Sub-Game, Warp Stars with numbers painted on them take Kirby to the various levels of the game. Warp Stars also feature in the classic games, as outlined above, and in the episodes Kirby Comes to Cappy Town and Waddle While You Work from Kirby: Right Back at Ya! as contained within the game's extra features.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe[edit]

Kirby waving to the player while riding a Warp Star in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.

In Kirby: Triple Deluxe, Warp Stars occasionally appear to take Kirby, or King Dedede to new locations, like previous games. A variant known as a 3D Warp Star appears as well, which transports Kirby between the foreground and background in stages.

A "Warpstar" also appears as one of the game's keychains, depicted in sprite form with Kirby riding on it from Kirby's Dream Land.

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse[edit]

In Kirby and the Rainbow Curse's epilogue, Elline and Claycia create a Warp Star to help take Kirby back home, which also appears in the credits.

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

In Kirby: Planet Robobot, Warp Stars and 3D Warp Stars occasionally appear to take Kirby or Meta Knight to new locations in stages much like in Kirby: Triple Deluxe. They also are used to travel between levels in the World Map.

Kirby's Blowout Blast[edit]

Kirby in the level select lobby in Kirby's Blowout Blast, where many Warp Stars are visible (some of which are locked)

In Kirby's Blowout Blast, Warp Stars are used to take Kirby to the various stages of the game. The Warp Stars which take Kirby to extra stages are blue, and the one that takes him to the Secret Path is purple.

Kirby Battle Royale[edit]

In the intro to Dedede's Cake Royale in Kirby Battle Royale, a Warp Star appears after Kirby and Bandana Waddle Dee defeat a Blue Kirby in the woods. The Warp Star takes both to the Cake Royale stadium.

Kirby Star Allies[edit]

Kirby and his allies riding away on a Warp Star after redeeming The Three Mage-Sisters in Heroes in Another Dimension.

In Kirby Star Allies, while Warp Stars do not appear in any capacity in the stages themselves, they do appear in the level hubs, and in the world maps for World of Miracles - Planet Popstar and Far-Flung Starlight Heroes as the means of selection of stages. A Warp Star also appears in the ending cutscene to take Kirby and his friends home after defeating the final boss of Story Mode, as well as serving the same purpose after defeating the final boss of Heroes in Another Dimension.

The Friend Star is similar in some respects to a Warp Star, but is fully controllable and allows Kirby and his allies to fire projectiles.

Super Kirby Clash[edit]

While not formally appearing in Super Kirby Clash, Warp Stars are depicted on three of the collectible stickers in the game.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land[edit]

A "Retry" Warp Star from Kirby and the Forgotten Land.

Warp Stars return in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, serving the same purpose as usual. The 3D space allows them to take more elaborate flight paths than before.

In addition to normal yellow Warp Stars, there are also two new colors. Red Warp Stars reappear after being ridden, much like round-trip doors, and can take Kirby to side areas and back. Blue Warp Stars come with a text prompt that says "Retry", and can be used to head back to previous areas to try a particular section again, typically a Mouthful Mode section.

A Warp Star also appears as one of the game's collectible figures, within Vol. 1. Its figure lacks a description.

Kirby's Dream Buffet[edit]

The Warp Star does not appear directly in Kirby's Dream Buffet, but it is depicted on a handful of Character Treats.

Super Smash Bros. series[edit]

King Dedede riding a Warp Star in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Sends you shooting up, then back down for a devastating attack. Aim your landing with left or right and adjust the timing with up or down.
— In-game description for the Warp Star from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

In the Super Smash Bros. series, the Warp Star is a usable item which a character can use to glide up in the sky, land on the ground shortly after, and create a large explosion to deal heavy damage to opponents. Its landing site can be moved slightly while in the sky by steering left or right, though this can result in going off-stage and self-destructing if the rider is not careful. The impact can be delayed or sped up by holding the shield or attack button, or holding up or down on the analog stick.

Warp Stars also feature heavily in many cinematic sequences that involve Kirby, and, in every game aside from Super Smash Bros. Melee, Kirby enters the battlefield by riding in on a Warp Star.

The Warp Star also appears as an Advanced-level support spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. When equipped, it allows the player's fighter to start the battle with a Super Launch Star in hand.

In Kirby: Right Back at Ya![edit]

Image of the Warp Star in Tiff's hand from the anime

The Warp Star serves a special purpose in the anime series. It specifically belongs to Kirby, and was originally kept inside a small case similar to a piece of jewelry; able to increase drastically in size when needed. However, due to Kirby's general negligence and the ease of such an item being stolen, it was placed inside Kabu's sanctuary for safekeeping until called upon by Tiff during times of need. When called, it will fly off toward Kirby, allowing him to mount it and gain an advantage from the air, returning to Kabu when it is no longer needed.

Meta Knight explains to Tiff that the Warp Star is the source of Kirby's power, and can rejuvenate him when he sees it. An early example of this happening is in the episode Kirby Comes to Cappy Town, where, upon seeing the Warp Star, Kirby regains his healthy pink hue after being injured by Octacon. The Warp Star will come whenever someone who truly cares for Kirby calls for it; with that specific person in the show being Tiff.

In Air-Ride-in-Style - Part I, it is shown that the Warp Star can take damage if hit hard enough. In this event, Kirby can take the Warp Star back to Kabu's sanctuary, where it can be slowly repaired if placed inside its pedestal. While it is damaged, it will flash green on a regular basis.

In Fright to the Finish, Kirby swallows his Warp Star in order to gain the Star Rod Copy Ability and defeat eNeMeE.

In the Kirby novel series[edit]

Kirby and friends riding the Warp Star in Kirby Star Allies: The Great Friend Adventure!

In the Kirby novel series, the Warp Star is a device that only comes to Kirby in times of crisis. It is usually sleeping somewhere nearby, but it will come to Kirby if he calls for it, allowing him to ride it at incredible speeds. The Warp Star is first introduced in Kirby Star Allies: The Great Friend Adventure!.

The Warp Star appears in Kirby: Uproar at the Kirby Café?! after Kirby calls it when he and King Dedede hurry for the cooking competition, and they fly back on it.

In both Kirby: Having a Blast at the Music Festival! and Kirby: The Dream Onsen is a Good Hot Spring♪, a basket is attached with a rope to the Warp Star, in order to carry more passengers by having them ride in the basket.

The Air Ride Machine version of the Warp Star also appears in Kirby: Big Race in Pupupu Land!, where it is portrayed differently.

Although the Warp Star never appears in Kirby and the Search for the Dreamy Gears!, Kirby's airplane is named after it.

Profiles[edit]

Kirby's Dream Land 2[edit]

  • Instruction manual bio (page 21): "Transports Kirby and his friends between levels."
  • 3DS Virtual Console manual bio (Progressing): "A warp star will appear in the stage-selection screen of an island you've already cleared. Touch the warp star to proceed to the island-selection screen."
  • 3DS Virtual Console manual bio (Items): "Your transportation from island to island."

Kirby Super Star[edit]

  • Wii U Virtual Console manual bio: "Ride the star to move to another area."

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror[edit]

  • Instruction manual bio (page 26): "Just touch the Warpstar to ride it. It will take Kirby away to specific destinations."

Kirby: Squeak Squad[edit]

  • Instruction manual bio (page 22): "All you have to do with a Warp Star is grab it and hang on. Warp Stars will automatically zip Kirby away to the next section of the current stage."

Kirby Super Star Ultra[edit]

  • Instruction manual bio (page 21): "Get on this star to ride it to another location."

Kirby: Planet Robobot[edit]

  • Instruction manual bio (page 15): "Ride these to travel to new areas."

Super Smash Bros. Melee trophy[edit]

Name Image Appears In Description
Warp Star Warp Star Melee Trophy.png Kirby's Dream Land (08/92) The Warp Star originated as Kirby's ride: it helped the ponderous puffball get around at high speed. Hop on the Warp Star in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and your character will rapidly launch up and off the screen. You'll return in a flash, causing an explosion as you hit the ground. Try holding a direction to alter your landing.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl trophy[edit]

Name Image Appears In American English description British English description
Warpstar WarpStarBrawlTrophy.jpg GB Kirby's Dream Land
GB Kirby's Dream Land 2
A warp-speed item. In the Kirby series, Warpstars are used to move between stages. In Smash Bros., they're ultrafast attack items that zoom up and down to devastate anyone they hit. You can shift your landing spot by moving the Control Stick left or right during your descent. Choose your target and hang on! Don't overshoot the mark and plummet off the stage, though. A warp-speed item. In the Kirby series, Warpstars are used to move between stages. In Smash Bros., they're ultra-fast attack items that zoom up and down to devastate anyone they hit. You can shift your landing spot by moving the Control Stick left or right during your descent. Choose your target and hang on! Don't overshoot the mark and plummet off the stage, though.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U trophy[edit]

Name 3DS Image Wii U Image Appears In American English description British English description
Warp Star
WarpStar3DSTrophy.png
WarpStarWiiUTrophy.png
GB Kirby's Dream Land (08/1992)
SNES Kirby Super Star (09/1996)
A magical transportation device that Kirby has used in the past to get around. Jumping on the Warp Star will send the character high into the sky and then crashing back down to the battlefield. Anyone caught in the path or landing spot will be sent flying, and the rider can aim a bit to the left or right in the air. In the Kirby games, Warp Stars carry Kirby from one spot in a stage to another. In this game, pick it up to shoot high into the air and then slam back down to bowl over your opponents. You can control where you land by shifting left or right while in the air, but it takes some practice!

Blue indicates exclusive to the Wii U version.

Trivia[edit]

The creator of the Warp Star sound effect, Jun Ishikawa, found that the original sound's use of a major chord gave rise in later games to uncomfortable dissonance.
  • The warbling sound effect behind the Warp Star is the work of longtime HAL Laboratory sound staff member Jun Ishikawa, and is created by rapidly arpeggiating a quartal chord (stacking perfect fourths, as in 're-sol-do') and displacing the chord in parallel harmony, upwards in pitch when the Warp Star takes off and downwards when the Warp Star comes in for a landing.
    • In early games like Kirby's Dream Land, the chord used was a major chord, including a standard major triad ('mi-sol-do'). However, Ishikawa found that as sound technology advanced and the Warp Star sound played simultaneously with more sound channels, this major chord and the parallel displacement of it (while stable in isolation) became dissonant with background music. Ishikawa became increasingly uncomfortable with the effect, and changed the sound to use stacked fourths starting with Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land to avoid such discordance.[2]
  • Prior to Kirby's Return to Dream Land, Meta Knight is never seen riding a Warp Star. In the Meta Knightmare and Meta Knightmare Ultra Sub-Games in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land and Kirby Super Star Ultra respectively, when Meta Knight touches a Warp Star, rather than riding it, he spreads his wings and flies off in a similar trajectory. Similarly, in Kirby Air Ride, Meta Knight does not ride an Air Ride Machine, opting to fly instead.
  • The Warp Star would have served as the main plot device and focus of the canceled Kirby for Nintendo GameCube game, where it would have been stolen by King Dedede and Kirby would have had to go after him to get it back.
  • The Warp Star is the namesake of Warpstar, Inc., a joint venture between Nintendo and HAL Laboratory to manage Kirby copyrights and intellectual property, starting with the Kirby: Right Back at Ya! series.

Gallery[edit]

Main article: Warp Star/gallery

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワープスター
Wāpu Sutā
Warp Star
Traditional Chinese 傳送之星[3]
Chuán sòng zhī xīng
Warp Star
Simplified Chinese 传送之星[3]
Chuán sòng zhī xīng
Dutch Warpster Warp star
French Étoile Warp Warp Star
German Warp-Stern Warp-Star
Italian Stella Warp Warp Star
Korean 워프스타
Wopeu Seuta
Warp Star
Brazilian Portuguese Estrela (Kirby: Right Back at Ya!)
Estrela Via (Kirby's Dream Buffet Character Treat)
Star
Star Way
European Portuguese Estrela Warp[4] Warp Star
Russian Гиперзвезда[5]
Giperzvezda
Hyperstar
Spanish Estrella remolque Towing star

References

  1. "Blue Stars are hidden only in certain courses. They allow you to go to the Bonus Star."Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble instruction manual (page 21)
  2. 2017 Keyboard Magazine Interview
  3. 3.0 3.1 From Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Not mentioned in Kirby Star Allies.
  4. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
  5. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate