|Kirby: Visions in the Stars|
|Developer(s)||Blender Maximum and HAL Laboratory|
|Media Included|| 3DS Cartridge|
Kirby: Visions in the Stars is a video game co-developed by Blender Maximum and HAL Laboratory, Inc. The game is currently set for an early 2018/late 2017 release. The game is part of the Kirby series of video games and is the successor to 2016's Kirby: Planet Robobot. The game, like past titles, is primarily a 2.5D platformer.
Kirby: Pixel Perfect plays in a style identical to that of Kirby: Triple Deluxe and Kirby: Planet Robobot. Players control Kirby, who can inhale enemies and objects which he can either spit back out as stars or swallow. If Kirby swallows a specific enemy, he can gain one of many Copy Abilities. Each Copy Ability is unique and can do many different things by use of different button combinations. Kirby can discard his current Copy Ability in order to inhale another enemy or item. He is able to jump, float, and walk as well. Kirby also has a health bar which will go down when an enemy either touches or attacks him. This health bar can be restored by eating fruits or other food items. Kirby can occasionally swap between the background and foreground of a stage via a 3D Warpstar.
Stellar Team Clash
Perfect Gourmet Run
Arena of Allies
There are currently 36 Copy Abilities announced for the game; there will likely be more by the time construction on the game is finished. There are currently four new Copy Abilities (Cookie, Demolition, Frisbee, and Icecream).
- The game had many alternate titles before the final title became Kirby: Pixel Perfect. These titles include Kirby: Cosmic Carnival, Star Circus, Solar Circus, Stellar Circus, and Pixel Perfect. All of these titles were worked around a different concept.