|“||From the top of the Butter Building, you can reach the huge Grape Garden in the clouds. High-flying action is the order of the day, as the enemies here are accustomed to aerial attacks from their lives in the pleasant, fluffy clouds.”|
|— A Whole New World! • Kirby's Adventure Instruction Booklet|
Kirby floats in the breeze while carrying three balloons. As the wind picks up he loses grip of one of the balloons and tries to grab it back. But by doing so he accidentally lets go of another one. Kirby's weight is too much for the one balloon, and the other two have already floated away. Kirby loses his grip once again and he crashes face-first down in the clouds below.
The intro is the same in both versions of the game, but in Kirby's Adventure, the balloons were all red-orange.
Grape Garden is a peaceful area located high above in Dream Land's skies. It is a fair-weathered area filled with puffy and billowy clouds. It is also made up of many fantastic castles and is often visited by large airships and blimps passing through the area. The wind here is generally peaceful, but the wind around the airships is very turbulent. Deep below Grape Garden is a dark forest. The boss of Grape Garden is Kracko.
Grape Garden has a total of six stages in addition to a Crane Fever room (replaced by a Bomb Rally room in the remake), and a Quick Draw room. It also has a Museum featuring Noddy and Bubbles, and an Arena featuring Bugzzy.
|1||After the room with UFOs, there are many Star Blocks. In a section of this room, the Star Blocks alternate in a checkered pattern. One of them is out of place. Destroy the Star Block and press up to go into a hidden door (Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land has a red marking where the hidden door is).||Crane Fever/Bomb Rally|
|3||In the airship section, navigate to the bottom right area of the room. There is a door on the last airship.||Museum (Sleep & Ball)|
Arena (Vs. Bugzzy)
|6||In the dark room, obtain Light. Use it, then backtrack. A door should be revealed. The door can still be entered without Light, but Light makes it easier.||Warp Star Station|
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In Other Languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||Officially romanized as Grape Garden.|
|German|| Glibberparadies |
| Translates to Slime Paradise. |
Translates to Sugar Clouds.
|French|| Vallée du Vent |
Jardins des Nuages
| Translates to Valley of the Wind. |
Translates to Cloud Gardens.
|Italian||Giardino delle Nubi||Translates to Garden of the Clouds.|
|Spanish||Jardín de las Uvas||Translates to Grape Garden.|
- A remix of Grape Garden's music is used for Contrast Cave in Kirby: Canvas Curse. A remix of the music also plays in Stage 3 of Nutty Noon and the rest area of The Arena in Kirby's Return to Dream Land. The music (which is the same as the version in Kirby's Return to Dream Land) can once again be heard in the extra stage of Old Odyssey in Kirby: Triple Deluxe. An arrangement of the music also plays during the staff roll of the Theater in Kirby: Planet Robobot.
- In the French version of Kirby's Adventure, the name for Grape Garden is "Vallee du Vent," which translates as "Valley of the Wind." This may be a reference to Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, a manga/animated film about a post-apocalyptic Earth; the main method of travel is by glider or powered aircraft.