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Slippy,[1] called Sir Slippy in Kirby's Dream Land 2, is an enemy in the Kirby series, debuting in Kirby's Adventure. He is notable for not being hindered when on land or underwater

Physical Appearance

Slippy is a frog head with an orange top with a yellow belly. He has two small eyes and small, straight-positioned feet.

Slippy comes in other colors, such as magenta, green, red, or blue.

Games

Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land

Slippy debuted in 1993 video game Kirby's Adventure, he is first encountered early in the game during Vegetable Valley. He tends to hop toward Kirby when on land or swim toward him when underwater.

Kirby's Pinball Land

Slippy is found on the top stage of Whispy Woods Land. He mostly hops around on a small platform toward the top of the screen. Behind him is an item: an Apple, an Invincible Candy, or a Maxim Tomato. If Kirby defeats all the Cappies, a Warp Star will appear behind him instead. Kirby must hit the Warp Star quickly if he wants get to Whispy Woods, as the star will eventually disappear. Hitting Slippy will earn the player 3000 points.

Kirby's Dream Land 2

Sir Slippy appears with a slight redesign, but its behavior hasn't changed since Kirby's Adventure.

Kirby's Block Ball

Slippy appears in Stage 2. He swims back and forth and drops food when defeated.

Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra

Slippy appears in all of the sub-games except Gourmet Race and all sub-games dedicated to boss battles. He is mostly seen underwater, and when he's on land, he is usually near water.

Trivia

  • Slippy's name may be a reference to the character Slippy Toad from the Star Fox series, which also debuted in the same year and they are both frogs.
  • His artwork in Kirby's Adventure and Kirby's Block Ball depict it smiling, while his current artworks however depict him with a more frog-like expression.

Artwork

Gallery

Sprites

References

  1. Kirby's Pinball Land instruction booklet, page 9
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