|Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land|
|System(s)||Game Boy Advance, Wii U|
|Preceded by||Kirby's Dream Land|
|Followed by||Kirby's Dream Land 2|
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Kirby's Adventure was remade for the Game Boy Advance and released as Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land, known in Japan as Hoshi no Kirby: Yume no Izumi Deluxe (星のカービィ 夢の泉デラックス Hoshi no Kābī Yume no Izumi Derakkusu?, lit. "Kirby of the Stars: The Fountain of Dreams Deluxe). This remake was released in Japan on October 25, 2002, and in North America on December 2, 2002, and features updated graphics and sound, as well as some minor changes to the gameplay, new minigames, and a new sub-game in which Meta Knight makes his debut as a playable character.
After Kirby wakes up from his after-lunch nap without having any dreams, he goes to the Fountain of Dreams to investigate. In doing so, he discovers that King Dedede has stolen the Star Rod, the source of power to the Fountain of Dreams, and broken it into seven pieces, giving six fragments to his allies and keeping one himself. Without the Star Rod, all of the inhabitants of Dream Land are becoming restless and unable to dream. Kirby decides to track down the fragments of the Star Rod and bring them back to the Fountain of Dreams in order to restore everyones' dreams.
Table of Contents
Kirby's Dream Land · Kirby's Adventure (Nightmare in Dream Land) · Kirby's Dream Land 2 · Kirby Super Star (Ultra) · Kirby's Dream Land 3 · Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards · Kirby & the Amazing Mirror · Kirby: Squeak Squad · Kirby's Epic Yarn · Kirby's Return to Dream Land
Kirby's Pinball Land · Kirby's Avalanche · Kirby's Dream Course · Kirby's Block Ball · Kirby's Star Stacker · Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble · Kirby: Canvas Curse · Kirby Air Ride · Kirby Mass Attack · Kirby and the Rainbow Curse