Kirby Squeak Squad
|Kirby Squeak Squad|
Also known as: Kirby Mouse Attack (EU), Hoshi no Kirby Sanjo! Dorocche Dan (JP)
This game has unused areas.
This game has a notes page
This game has a prototype article
Kirby Squeak Squad is Kirby chasing oversized rodents not to get back the treasure they've been stealing (although that's nice too), but because they stole his strawberry shortcake.
Only with Kirby, people.
| Debug Rooms|
Find a cheat code to stabilize Block.
There is one unused ability in the game, named Block. It seems to be an alternate/earlier version of Triple Star.
The only difference between Block and Triple Star is that Kirby wears a recolor of Beam's hat, with very similar colors to Mirror in Kirby Super Star. It appears to have been manually disabled, and Kirby will lose the ability as soon as he gets it. Why it was disabled is unknown, and its very existence alongside Triple Star evokes questions.
It does not seem to have the same entries in the game's main code files(arm9.bin and overlays) as all other abilities. The stats, paramaters and sprite files for this ability are expected to be similar to those of Triple Star, but they are indeed very different and result in an entirely broken Triple Star if replaced. If the ability could be used at all, it was not with the final version of the code.
Placeholder Pause Screen
This pause screen is associated with the Block ability. The kanji 仮 translates to "temporary" or "tentative".
There are about 300 unused rooms(many duplicates). Most of them are for testing enemies and have a similar tileset to that of Nightmare in Dreamland and Amazing Mirrors debug tileset. Those for testing environment typically have a normal tileset.
A few of those rooms are alternate/scrapped versions of regular rooms, and some are entirely seperate rooms that weren't used for whatever reason. These are usually found at the end of shorter stages(such as 2-4).
Present in the ARM9 binary at 0x161C5C is this text.
ﾘｻﾞﾙﾄ ﾀｲﾄﾙ 1 ﾀｲﾄﾙ 2 ﾀｲﾄﾙ 3 ﾌﾟﾛﾛｰｸﾞ ｻﾌﾞｹﾞｰﾑ ﾃﾞﾝｹﾞﾝON ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ｺｱ ｺﾞｰﾙｹﾞｰﾑ ﾒｲﾝｹﾞｰﾑｺｱ ｽﾃｰｼﾞ ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ｸﾘｱ ｹﾞｰﾑｵｰﾊﾞｰ ﾎﾞｽﾊﾞﾄﾙ ｺｱ ｽﾃｰｼﾞ ｾﾝﾀｸ ﾌﾟﾚｲﾃﾞﾓﾞ 1 ﾌﾟﾚｲﾃﾞﾓﾞ 2 ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ﾎﾞｽﾊﾞﾄﾙ ｸﾘｱ ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ﾘｻﾞﾙﾄ ｽﾃｰｼﾞ ｼｭｳﾘｮｳ ﾎﾞｽﾊﾞﾄﾙ ｼﾝｸﾞﾙﾓｰﾄﾞ ﾌﾟﾚｲﾃﾞﾓﾞ 1ｶｲｼ ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ｼｭｳﾘｮｳ ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ｺﾞｰﾙｹﾞｰﾑ ｴｸｽﾄﾗ GameOver ｼｬﾒｲ ﾛｺﾞ + ﾀｲﾄﾙ ﾒｲﾝｹﾞｰﾑ ｼｭｳﾘｮｳ ﾌﾟﾚｲﾃﾞﾓﾞ 2 ｶｲｼ ﾎﾞｽﾊﾞﾄﾙ GameOver ﾌﾟﾚｲﾃﾞﾓﾞ 1ｼｭｳﾘｮｳ ｴｸｽﾄﾗ ｽﾃｰｼﾞ ｾﾝﾀｸ ﾒｲﾝｹﾞｰﾑ ｸﾘｱｼｭｳﾘｮｳ ﾌﾟﾚｲﾃﾞﾓﾞ 2 ｼｭｳﾘｮｳ ﾎﾞｽﾊﾞﾄﾙ ｽﾃｰｼﾞ ｾﾝﾀｸ
Results Title 1 Title 2 Title 3 Prologue Sub Game POWER ON Extra Core Goal Game Main Game Core Stage Extra Clear Game Over Boss Battle Core Stage Selection Play Demo 1 Play Demo 2 Extra Boss Battle Clear Extra Results Stage End Boss Battle Single Mode Play Demo 1 Start Extra End Extra Goal Game Extra GameOver Company Names Logo + Title Main Game End Play Demo 2 Start Boss Battle GameOver Play Demo 1 End Extra Stage Selection Main Game Clear End Play Demo 2 End Boss Battle Stage Selection
Normally, there are 3 types of Squeakers, Yellow, Green, and Blue ones. However, a red one exists in game completely unseen, complete with it's own unique AI! The Squeaker's behaviour is similar to that of the green one, throwing small bombs, but moves over greater distances and can double jump. Via hacking, it can still be seen.
Unused Copy Palettes
Aside from the six copy palettes that can be obtained throughout the game, there exist four other copy palettes in the games files featuring some of the games bosses.
Wall-collision checks on the Japanese version were a bit buggy.
When walking and repeatedly crouching across a thin slope, you might get ejected behind the slope, into the out of bounds area. The second room in Level 8-3, shown in the image, seems to be the only such place where this bug can occur. This has been fixed in the international releases.
Out Of Bounds
On the international versions, the out of bounds area (that is, anything you shouldn't be able to reach) in all levels seems to be completely solid whereas on the Japanese version it is possible to interact with it as if it were part of the level.
The debug room's tileset is only in the Japanese version.
Some of the Level names were changed between the Japanese and the international versions. The reason for this is unknown.
|Japan||Nature Navel||Creamy Cloud||Voice Volcano||Island Ice|
|International||Nature Notch||Cushy Cloud||Vocal Volcano||Ice Island|
|The Kirby series|
|Game Boy (Color)||Kirby's Dream Land • Kirby's Pinball Land • Kirby's Dream Land 2 • Kirby's Block Ball • Kirby's Star Stacker • Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble|
|SNES||Kirby's Dream Land 3 • Kirby's Dream Course • Kirby's Avalanche • Kirby Super Star|
|Satellaview||Kirby no Omochabako Baseball • Kirby no Omochabako Pinball|
|Nintendo 64||Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards|
|GameCube||Kirby Air Ride|
|Game Boy Advance||Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land • Kirby and the Amazing Mirror (Prototype)|
|Nintendo DS||Kirby: Canvas Curse • Kirby Squeak Squad (Prototype) • Kirby Super Star Ultra • Kirby Mass Attack|
|Wii||Kirby's Epic Yarn • Kirby's Return to Dream Land • Kirby TV Channel • Kirby's Dream Collection: Special Edition|
|Nintendo 3DS||Kirby: Triple Deluxe • 3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure • Kirby Battle Royale|
|Wii U||Kirby and the Rainbow Curse|
|Nintendo Switch||Kirby: Star Allies|