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Kirby no Omochabako

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Kirby no Omochabako
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Developer(s): HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s): Nintendo, St. GIGA
Platform: Super Famicom (Satellaview)
Release dates
Japan: February 8, 1996
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Kirby no Omochabako, meaning Kirby's Toy Box is a Kirby series side series of ten minigames, originally distributed via the Satellaview service hosted by Nintendo/St. GIGA. Although they are no longer officially available to download, an individual game can still be played a limited number of times for users who downloaded it on to an 8M Memory Pack.


The ten minigames include Baseball, Hoshi Kuzuri (translation: "Star Breaker"), Arrange Ball, Guru Guru Ball (translation: "(going around and around) Ball"), Pachinko, Pinball, Ball Rally, Cannonball as well as a demos of the Samurai Kirby and Megaton Punch sub-games from Kirby Super Star.

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