Kirby's Star Stacker
|Kirby's Star Stacker|
Also known as: Kirby no Kirakira Kids (JP)
A Kirby puzzle game. It was an inevitability, really.
Check if there are any unused parts of the SNES version.
- 1 Leftover Super Game Boy SOUND
- 2 Regional Differences
Leftover Super Game Boy SOUND
A list of Super Game Boy SOUND commands that is directly taken from Kirby's Dream Land 2 are located at 0xBC00. The only used sounds are the wind blowing during the intro and the clapping crowd played when a massive combo is achieved. Game Genie code ??3-01B-E6A will play any of the unused sound commands when the mute flag is called. The names used are from the official Game Boy programming manual following whether it is used or unused in either Kirby's Dream Land 2 or Kirby's Star Stacker.
Sound Effect Stopper
Used to stop internal sound effects in both games.
Used for mounting Rick in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
Sound of Picture Floating Into View
Used when mounting Kine in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
Used when mounting Coo in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
Used as a sound effect for Level 1 stage selection in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
Used as a sound effect for Level 3 stage selection in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
Used when clearing a massive combo in Kirby's Star Stacker.
Used when selecting a level in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
"Hurricane". Used as the opening sound effect in Kirby's Star Stacker.
Used as a sound effect for Level 7 stage selection in Kirby's Dream Land 2.
There's a border around game dialogue in the Japanese version. These border tiles were eliminated to make room for the extended alphabet.
The stars in the clear screen are larger and flipped in the Japanese game.
Easy Mode Clear
Kirby's Star Stacker takes a stand against multiculturalism, Kirby's pose was changed, Rick's eyes were closed, butterflies were added to the picture, and some of the leaves on the trees were very slightly changed.
The Japanese game's challenge pictures look more like a photo reel. Again, the borders were removed to make space for new graphics.
Kirby's rapturous expression was toned down in the international versions. The background was changed as well, for some reason.
The usual border change. The Japanese text, "Explanation of rules", was replaced with an open book.
The boxes of text were expanded, and the odd shading by the difficulty icons was erased.