Kirby's Dream Land
Game Boy - 1992
Description of Kirby's Dream Land Game Boy
With over twenty titles in his franchise—ranging from platformers, to pinball, to even golf—Kirby may be one of Nintendo's most recognizable characters after Mario. Kirby's Dreamland for Game Boy was the start of it all.
Like many of the earlier Game Boy games, Kirby's Dream Land is a rather short and small affair, however it boasted exceptional music, sprites and animation that helped it stand out. Gameplay is very simple, and Kirby's trademark ability to gain powers from the foes he's eaten had not yet been implemented in this first installment.
Many of the familiar foes who would become staples of the Kirby franchise are seen here for the first time, plus fans of HAL Laboratory’s earlier Adventures of Lolo puzzle games will be treated to a villainous cameo from that series protagonists.
Kirby fans who've recently gotten their hands on an SNES Classic may have played the Spring Breeze mini-game in Kirby Super Star; while the Spring Breeze 16 bit remake bears some resemblance to the original Dream Land, the Game Boy version is much less frenetic and a good bit longer (Castle Lololo and Kaboola’s aerial bossfight are both absent from Spring Breeze).
This is a nice one to relax and unwind to; just challenging enough to be genuinely rewarding but without the twitch-element of the remake or the grueling length of its sequels.
Review By Alexander P.
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