Kirby's Dream Land

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Kirby's Dream Land
Developer(s)HAL Laboratory
Director(s)Masahiro Sakurai
Producer(s)Makoto Kanai
Programmer(s)Satoru Iwata
Composer(s)Jun Ishikawa
Platform(s)Game Boy
  • JP: April 27, 1992
  • NA: August 1, 1992
  • PAL: August 3, 1992
Genre(s)Action, Platformer

Kirby's Dream Land, called Hoshi no Kirby (星のカービィ, Hoshi no Kābī, lit. "Kirby of the Stars") in Japan, is a platform video game made by HAL Laboratory, Inc. and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy.[1]

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King Dedede steals all the food from Dream Land. Now, Kirby has to get it back from him.

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  1. "First Kirby Game Was Created With a Trackball, No Keyboard". PCMAG. Retrieved 2021-06-20.