|This article's title is derived from Japanese|
|...because it was never localized to English in official sources.|
|This article is about the Japan-exclusive arcade game. For the collectible item in games such as Kirby: Canvas Curse and Kirby Mass Attack, see Medal. For the medal used to obtain Ghost in Kirby: Squeak Squad, see Ghost Medal.|
|“||Filled with the spirit of the world seen in the Kirby games and animation, this large-scale arcade game machine can seat up to eight players. It was developed and marketed by Atlus. HAL Laboratory became involved from the planning stage onward, suggesting and providing a variety of ideas and designs to make the most of Kirby throughout the machine. This also included the slots that form the heart of play and the copy ability roulette, as well as the decorative elements of the outer chassis, all designed to create an exciting atmosphere. Far from simply supervising, HAL worked hand-in-hand with the maker to carry out development, resulting in a product jam-packed with Kirby-style fun and appeal.”|
|— Website description|
Kirby of the Stars: Magical Tower of Medal Land (星のカービィ メダルランドの魔法の塔 Hoshi no Kirby Medalland no Mahou no Tou) is an arcade game based on the Kirby series, released in December 2007.
Little is known about the title aside from it appearing in HAL Laboratory's gameography list on their website. Judging from close-up pictures, it appears to be a coin-pusher game, with a giant Kirby statue inside. It also notably features characters and designs from Kirby: Right Back at Ya! on the sides of the machine. There are seemingly unique components making the game play differently than other coin pushers, including what appears to be a tiny slot machine, but their exact functions are unknown.