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- The people of Dream Land are gettng restless -- they can't dream anymore, and chaos has erupted! Kirby learns that Kind Dedele is responsible, and he sets off to find him.
- Use Kirby's unique and seemingly harmless abilities to rescue the Star Rod from Dedele and bring the people of Dream Land their powers back
- Wacth as Kirby transforms into 24 funny, weird shapes and uses his abilities against by eating their attacks
- Platform adventure like you've always wanted as Kirby floats over objects, shapeshifts and adapts to the various strange environments
- Multiplayer action with tons of fun Kirby mini-games, too!
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He's pink, he's tough and he's about to take on the evil King Dedede in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. The residents of Dream Land have lost the power to dream. It's up to you to spring into action and recover the stolen Star Rod. The source of power for the Fountain of Dreams has been stolen by the evil King Dedede. It's been broken up and its pieces have been given to his underlings.
Kirby, that pink puffy resident hero of Dream Land, embarks on another adventure to save his neighbors from King Dedede, who has interrupted everyone's peaceful dreams. Kirby must collect the scattered pieces of the Star Rod and restore the Fountain of Dreams. How's he going to do this? By copying the bad guys' best moves and eating--yes, eating--them and their weapons. One copy of the game supports up to four players (via the separately sold Game Link Cable) with special mini games, but if there's a copy of the game in Game Boy Advance, players can play cooperatively through the game.
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The visuals are super cutesy and that's a good thing. You can't not love Kirby, and his enemies.