Kirby & the Amazing Mirror is the second Kirby game for the Game Boy Advance.
One for all and all four Kirby! The Mirror World has been invaded by an evil shadow, and Kirby's got to save the day! Fortunately, he won't have to do it alone! He's been split into four Kirbys of different colors, and with his trusty cell phone, he can call up his colorful clones to lend a hand! Call in Red, Yellow, and Green Kirby to help you solve puzzles, fight enemies, or take out the big baddies! Play solo, or link up with your friends and adventure together! Try out all-new Copy Abilities, from the arrow-shooting Cupid Kirby to the melee-master Smash Kirby, as well as all your favorites! Play lightning-fast sub-games like Crackity Hack and Kirby's Wave Ride single player, or grab up to three friends for some frenzied fun! Some multiplayer games require one Game Pak per player.
In Other Languages
|Japanese||星のカービィ 鏡の大迷宮||Kirby of the Stars: The Great Mirror Labyrinth|
|April 15, 2004||Original Japanese version|
|July 2, 2004||PAL version|
|October 18, 2004||U.S. version|
Like in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, the European version of Kirby & the Amazing Mirror also has lots of differences compared to the U.S. version.
Unlike today's consoles, this Game Boy Advance game allows you to choose a language on the title screen.
Many of the levels, abilities and enemies have names translated into different languages.
These facts were revealed on August 14, 2004, before the game was released in North America.
- http://www.nintendo.co.jp/n08/bk8j (February 2004–present)
- http://www.nintendo.com/gamemini?gameid=217c2f10-8438-47e3-b895-de70317417d1 (2004-2007)
- http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/TROz9RsKRnhTl-LiYX7w5plPad9nGttU (2014-present)