The latest Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe video shows us Merry Magoland, the theme park where players may enjoy various minigames and attractions. Up to four players can compete against each other in various Subgames to obtain unique rewards.
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe is a remaster of a Wii game, although it will have new content, such as Kirby’s Sand Copy ability, in addition to HD aesthetics. Merry Magoland, a new theme park outside of the narrative mode, was presented in a clip on the official Nintendo YouTube account.
Merry Magoland is a location where players may participate in various Subgames and explore the park in quest of Hidden Magolor stickers. Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe will have at least 10 Subgames, many of which will be familiar from previous Kirby games. There are also a few new Subgames, such as Egg Catcher, in which players must eat eggs while avoiding obstacles, and Booming Blasters, in which players use bazookas to blast up foes. As part of a Magoland Tour, these minigames can be played in groups of four, with points accruing between rounds.
There are more prizes than simply bragging rights for completing the Subgames, as a Stamp Card is filled if players win matches or locate Hidden Magolor Stickers. These stamps will grant the players access to additional goods, such as masks for their characters in the Subgames.
Kirby’s Dream Buffet, which places Kirby in a Fall Guys-style racing game, has proven more popular among fans of the Kirby franchise’s multiplayer activities on the Nintendo Switch. These modes may appear to be filler on the surface, but they are excellent for prolonging the duration of Kirby games, as their single-player missions, although enjoyable, are frequently brief and easy. This content addition will assist Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe because the original game can be played in six or seven hours, thus an increase in multiplayer will help keep players interested after the credits have rolled.