Kid Kirby (cancelled SNES Kirby game; 1990s)


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Kid Kirby
Concept artwork for the game.
Concept artwork for the game.
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Kid Kirby was a cancelled Kirby game that would have been developed by Scottish developers DMA Design. Ltd. (now known as Rockstar North). The game was to feature an infant Kirby, sporting a pink curl. It also would have been controlled by the SNES mouse.

Not much else is known about the game in general, but it was likely cancelled due to the poor sales of the SNES mouse, and the game reportedly not functioning well with it.[1]. As a result, the game was cancelled and has not been dumped online in any way. Out of all the unfinished Kirby games, this one has the least information available, with only a few sprites from the game being available[2].

References

  1. Unseen 64 article
  2. Various sprites from the game

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Tannerlini

14 months ago
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In the flicr link what are the other pictures that appear? Are they also from Kid Kirby?
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Nscott144

10 months ago
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They are sprites from the supposed game kid Kirby
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People48

3 months ago
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Existence Unconfirmed?
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Anonymous user #1

3 months ago
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Are you serious?
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Happy Brian

1 months ago
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No, there is at least some evidence of the game existing as it was advertised in a Nintendo Power issue even if it never came out and not much information has surfaced on the game since. I'm sure about the sprites from the game being leaked shows that the game did have some development before being cancelled.
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MissManaphy

2 months ago
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Do we know anything about where the images in the flickr link came from?
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Anonymous user #2

17 hours 11 minutes ago
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The plot of the game (MY GUESS) : Infant Kirby tries to find a cupcake.
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