Kirby and the Forgotten Land is a classic Nintendo game that has brought smiles to the faces of gamers all over the world. The game tells the story of Kirby, a pink puffball from Dream Land, who is tasked with restoring harmony to the land by collecting all of the copy abilities and blueprints scattered across a forgotten world. As Kirby embarks on his adventure, he will come across many different enemies, obstacles, and puzzles that will test his limits. While some players may find completing these tasks difficult, understanding what each copy ability and blueprint is used for can help make progress in the game much smoother.
Kirby has many different copy abilities at his disposal that can help him on his quest. These abilities grant Kirby special powers such as shooting fireballs, flying through the sky, or creating blocks of ice. Each ability has its own specific qualities and uses which can be seen in action while playing Kirby and The Forgotten Land. Some of these abilities include Cutter, Sword, Fireball, Hi-Jump and Stone. All of these abilities have their own unique evolutions that can be found throughout the game.
A list of Kirby’s copy abilities along with their respective evolutions can be found in-game when progressing through levels or by looking up guides online. Each evolution offers new features or upgrades to each copy ability making it more powerful than before. For example, by finding an evolution for Fireball Kirby can gain access to more powerful fireballs that create wider explosions when hitting an enemy or object. Other evolutions offered include Ice Beam which increases range of ice attacks and YoYo which gives Kirby improved accuracy with throwing stars.
In addition to all the different copy abilities