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Spray Paints are collectible items found in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror and Kirby: Squeak Squad. They can be used to paint Kirby different colors. They are found in Treasure Chests during the game and are then stored in the Collection Room, where they can freely be used by the player at any time when selecting a file.

In Kirby & The Amazing Mirror, a total of fourteen Spray Paints are found scattered throughout the mirror world. Kirby: Squeak Squad adds 5 more colors to the list, bringing the total to nineteen Spray Paints that can be collected throughout the game.


List of Spray Paints in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror

List of Spray Paints in Kirby: Squeak Squad

  • KirbyK&tAMSpraypaintpinkKSQSQ Pink: Kirby starts with this spray paint.
  • KatAM Yellow Kirby spriteSpraypaintyellowKSQSQ Yellow: Located in Jam Jungle. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • KatAM Red Kirby spriteSpraypaintredKSQSQ Red: Located in Vocal Volcano. Found in the second treasure chest in stage 4.
  • KatAM Green Kirby spriteSpraypaintgreenKSQSQ Green: Located in Prism Plains. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 4.
  • White kirbySpraypaintsnowKSQSQ Snow: Located in Ice Island. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • SprayPaint CarbownSpraypaintcarbonKSQSQ Carbon: Located in Gamble Galaxy. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 3.
  • BlueMahnSpraypaintoceanKSQSQ Ocean: Located in Secret Sea. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 4.
  • DarkerBlueKirbySpraypaintsapphireKSQSQ Sapphire: Located in Secret Sea. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • KSqSq Grape Kirby spriteSpraypaintgrapeKSQSQ Grape: Located in Cushy Cloud. Found in the second treasure chest in stage 1.
  • EmeraldSpraypaintemeraldKSQSQ Emerald: Located in Gamble Galaxy. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • KatAM Orange Kirby spriteSpraypaintorangeKSQSQ Orange: Located in Cushy Cloud. Found in the first treasure chest in the extra stage.
  • Chocolate KirbySpraypaintchocolateKSQSQ Chocolate: Located in Secret Sea. Found in the only treasure chest in stage 5.
  • SprayPaint CherriesSpraypaintcherryKSQSQ Cherry: Located in Ice Island. Found in the first treasure chest in the extra stage.
  • Chalk kirbySpraypaintchalkKSQSQ Chalk: Located in Ice Island. Found in the second treasure chest in stage 4.
  • KatAM Shadow Kirby spriteSpraypaintshadowKSQSQ Shadow: Dark gray body and black feet. Located in Jam Jungle. Found in the second treasure chest in stage 1.
  • Ivory kirbySpraypaintivoryKSQSQ Ivory: White body and orange feet. Located in Vocal Volcano. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • CitrusSpraypaintcitrusKSQSQ Citrus: Green body and feet. Located in Nature Notch. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • White kirbySpraypaintwhiteKSQSQ White: White body and feet. Located in Secret Sea. Found in the second treasure chest in stage 1.
  • KSqSq Lavender Kirby spriteSpraypaintlavenderKSQSQ Lavender: Purple body and feet. Located in Cushy Cloud. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 4.

Trivia

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Beta palette select screen in Kirby Mass Attack, displaying the Emerald Spray Paint color.

  • One of the unused elements in Kirby Mass Attack is a palette selection screen where the player would have been able to change the colors of the Kirbys. Thirteen color palettes would have been available, most of which correspond to a Spray Paint color in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror. Curiously, one of the selectable colors made him look like Batamon from Kirby's Dream Land 3.
  • In Kirby: Squeak Squad, when Kirby has the Chalk Spray Paint on (which looks like his black-and-white coloration from early Game Boy games), the Copy Ability hats, objects he holds, and his attacks become the chalk color as well.
  • When Kirby has the Shadow coloration on, he resembles Shadow Kirby. When he has Sapphire on, he resembles Meta Knight. The color of the damaged, blue Kirbys in Kirby Mass Attack also resembles the Ocean coloration.