Inhale this for ammo,
or if your lucky you might get Crash!
Grab this to become
invincible for a short period of time
Eating one of
these will restore Kirby's health.
Drinking one of these will
restore some of Kirby's health
one of these to warp somewhere else!
spit at or use an ability to destroy these one-hit blocks.
or use an ability to destroy these one-hit blocks that
usually destroy a lot more around them.
blocks require a stronger ability to destroy them. Try
missible, UFO's double star shot, or hammer.
Stone Star Block
These are heavier and require constant inhaling to move
Giant Stone Star Block
These monstrous Stone blocks
are too much to handle for Kirby, and can be moved if his
friends come and help him. If his friends don't do the
trick, sometimes Stone can work wonders...
Miscellaneous food times like cherries, drumsticks,
burgers and rice balls can restore a little bit of Kirby's
Cell Phone and Batteries
The cell phone is your key
to communicating with the rest of your friends. Your cell
phone is charged up to 3 units, which translates to 3
calls you can make. However, grab the cell batteries to
charge up your cell one unit!
These switches can only be pressed once for a short period
of time, and open up a stone door. Only problem is, the
time in which you have to enter the door varies. If you
are having trouble holding the switch down longer, call a
friend, use a long range ability (UFO, laser, cutter,
etc.) or set an unexploded bomb down on the switch!
These important large
switches can be hit to open up doorways back to Rainbow
Route. The more of these you can find, the easier
accessing the areas you need to get to!
Like the large switch, these
open up passages between areas. However, the only catch to
these, is that you must open it in both areas. For
instance, if you find one in Moonlight Mansion that links
to Carrot Castle, you must open it in both Moonlight
Mansion and also in Carrot Castle before the two areas can
be linked up.
Grabbing a map will unveil
that particular map level. These are vital to your quest,
unless you'd prefer a bigger challenge of wandering around
until you figure the level out yourself!
These chests may be small,
but they can contain 1UPs, Brews, and most importantly -
color sprays and musical scores!
These huge chests are not to
be left behind! They always contain something good,
whether it's a map, a heart star meter or CD player...
Total of 14 of these, access
what you have from the menu to paint your Kirby different
colors. If pink is not your color, just use the
combination you like the best!
These sheets of music are
pieces of the sound test you can access later from the
menu. However, you must have a CD player to play them!
Collect all the pieces to
unlock the entire musical score.
Collect all 8 of these to
open up that mysterious mirror in the middle of Rainbow
Heart Star Meter
Total of 4 to collect, these
will extend Kirby's vitality (health) meter permanently!
Finding this is vital to
playing the musical scores from the menu. Once you have
found it, you listen to any musical score you pick up!