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A simple block-ball-paddle game in Java. Know Kirby's Block Ball? Well, this ain't it.
This Kirby game actually plays like a Kirby game (other than the noticeable lack of Kirby, that is). It is a side-scrolling, enemy-eating, running, jumping, copying action-packed adventure that is not a single game, but rather multiple -- all playable right inside of your web browser! It features a cast of Dream Land characters playing the protagonist, such as Gooey, as well as some fan-thought-up creations.
(Requires Java, which pretty much every computer comes packaged with, anyway)
This a cross-platform HTML5/Canvas game you can play right in your browser. It aims to play just like an actual Kirby game. It is currently under development, but unlike its predecessor Kirbj, this one is a lot easier to contribute to.
Remember that mini-game from Kirby's Adventure where you ate the eggs Dedede threw at Kirby while dodging the bombs? Well... Kirby Egg Catcher is that game, but with much prettier graphics, and it's even customizable!
MouseKliks coulda went with sprites, what with being a mini-game that has already appeared in a real game and all, but nope! Smooth, vectory graphics that only Flash can produce with remarkably similar playability! Definitely worth your time to check-check out at least once.
Quite possibly the most violent game to be accepted to this site, use your crosshairs to "pop" the 8-bit Kirbies as they fly across the screen. Rather simplistic, but suprisingly entertaining. (This game really stretches the definition of fan game. :P)
Simple point-and-click interface. Tracks your stats like kills and accuracy percentage as you go.
A Java game you can play right in your browser! It is based on Super Mario Bros. (I think) but it has Dream Land characters instead! Well, their graphics at least. The bounding boxes are all off, but people seem to really like it.
|Last Updated - March 20th, 2016|
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