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Want to celebrate the pink puffball of pop star in a manner akin to receiving a dozen keys to the city? This Kirby 30th Anniversary Deluxe Collection – Key Motif Set (try saying that five times fast) contains dazzling key-shaped charms styled after each mainline Kirby game, with the key biting in the shape of the year each game came out. The included designs are:


  • Kirby’s Dream Land – Kirby riding a warp star in classic Game Boy pixels
  • Kirby’s Adventure – Kirby wielding the star rod against Nightmare (orb)
  • Kirby’s Dream Land 2 – Kirby with Rick, Kine, and Coo
  • Kirby Super Star – the first featuring non-pixelated art, with Beam Kirby front and center
  • Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Kirby with his pal Gooey
  • Kirby 64 – Kirby holding eponymous Crystal shards as Ripple Star hovers in the background
  • Kirby and the Amazing Mirror – Kirby holding a cell phone in front of the titular mirror
  • Kirby Squeak Squad – Kirby holding a treasure chest right next to Daroach
  • Kirby’s Return to Dreamland – Kirby riding the Lor Starcutter
  • Kirby Triple Deluxe – Kirby next to a large flower/beanstalk
  • Kirby Planet Robobot – Kirby wearing goggles inside a medal-like design
  • Kirby Star Allies – Kirby holding a heart before a sparkly milky way
  • Kirby and the Forgotten Land – Kirby in a pose similar to the game’s cover, with Elfilin present



That’s a lot of Kirby! Though die-hards may be disappointed to see a lack of Air Ride, Mass Attack, or any other of the creative spinoffs over the years. Only so many keys you can put into a case, it seems. The box is available for pre-order in Japan until September 22nd for ¥12,000 total (about $85). Get it while you can! Assuming you have the capability.


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Written by Amelia Fruzzetti

A writer and Nintendo fan based in Seattle, Washington. When not working for NinWire, she can be found eating pasta, writing stories, and wondering about when Mother 3 is finally going to get an official localization.