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Enemies and Baddies
Familiar faces return as well as plenty of new. All, of course, are in that crazy outline style.
This lumbering mummy could be a massive Mumbies. Or, it could just be a rock. All it is seen doing is dropping like a brick as the floor vanishes beneath it.
This guy looks like he jumped straight out of a Tamagatchi toy, but he has a bandanna.
The classic fish returns to be the standard water foe that swims about.
The highly explosive holder of Crash is just as volitile as ever.
Another comeback, the buzzing bug flies through the skies as always.
A Waddle in a dinosaur-looking dune buggie. It appears when Kirby is racing around as a monster truck.
A little bug made mostly of a single button. It flutters about.
This large fellow seems to be less of a normal enemy and more of an obstacle as many of the large dinosaurs in the prehistoric stage seem to behave. Kirby can latch a leash to the button on its belly to hitch a ride.
A simple, floating jellyfish that drifts through the water. Sure, a name like "Jell" would probably work, but why not play off of Master Green?
A hanging ape who dangles from its tail. It sort of looks like Waddle Doo, but I don't know if they have anything in common. Good enough for a temporary name, however.
Spear Waddle Dee
Yes, Waddle Dees appear with spears in this game once more. When attacked with the yarn whip, the weapon can be taken away and thrown as a special object.
A greedy looking amphibean with a lulling tongue. It is stationed over a pit that funnels down into a tunnel. It looks like it may grab the player and swallow them down into this chute.
This magma dwelling menace surfaces to erupt out a sprace of bombs and other hurty things.
If you aren't familiar with this face by now, then where have you been?
This Waddle returns with its cousin. I'm sure he still shoots his beam, but I haven't seen this happen yet.
|Last Updated - June 19th, 2010|
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