The Kirby video game franchise is a series of action-platformer games created by Nintendo, featuring a pink, spherical character named Kirby as the main protagonist. The first game, Kirby’s Dream Land, was released for the Game Boy in 1992. Since then, numerous games in the series have been released for various Nintendo consoles.
The gameplay of Kirby games typically involves the player controlling Kirby as he journeys through various levels, defeating enemies and bosses by inhaling them and gaining their abilities. Kirby can also fly, slide, and use other special moves to navigate the levels and solve puzzles. The games are known for their bright and colorful graphics, catchy music, and simple but fun gameplay mechanics.
The Kirby franchise has been successful both critically and commercially, with many of the games receiving positive reviews and high sales numbers. The series has also spawned spin-off games and merchandise, including toys, clothing, and an anime series.
Kirby Franchise Stats:
Here are a few of the most interesting Kirby franchise stats and facts I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.