||Nintendo Entertainment System
||March 23, 1993 (Japan)|
May 1993 (North America)
September 12, 1993 (Europe)
Kirby's Adventure is a platforming game by HAL Laboratory released in 1993 for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
During any boss fight, land the final hit with the last use of the Mike copy ability. If Kirby is in the center of the screen, he will grab the Star Rod Piece before the Mike ability disappears. This will cause Kirby's mike ability to have its remaining uses set to 0 but not disappear, resulting in Kirby having 256 more uses of the Mike ability. The extra uses of the Mike ability also cause Kirby's sprite to bug out.
Grab-State Soft Lock
If Kirby is grabbed by a Mid-Boss such as the Fire Lion, and the Mid-Boss is defeated during the grab, Kirby will disappear and the only ways out are to exit the stage if possible or reset the game.
Undroppable Copy Ability/Splash Kirby
With any copy ability, press Start and Select at the exact same time, then exit the level. If Kirby's copy ability is one that gives him an orange tint such as Beam or a completely different color palette such as Ice will result in the status displaying as normal, but pressing the inhale button will result in the splashing animation playing and nothing happening. This state can only be brought back to normal by pressing Select or losing a life.
If Kirby's ability is Sword, Parasol, Hammer or UFO, which do not change Kirby's palette, The ability will be displayed as normal but Kirby will still have the copy ability, and UFO will not be lost after clearing a level.
Orange Ocean Stone Glitch
In Stage 1 of Orange Ocean, Go to the Mid-Boss room at the start of the level. Use the Stone ability on the block that Kirby enters on and a two-frame splashing effect will occur. Using the stone ability again can have a variety of effects, such as freezing the game, the game restarting, and random textures appearing on the screen.