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Change Kirby to your favorite color.
— Collection Item • Kirby: Squeak Squad Instruction Booklet

Spray Paint is a collectible item found in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror and Kirby: Squeak Squad. It can be used to paint Kirby a different color. Spray Paints 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.

Games

Kirby & The Amazing Mirror

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: Ivory white body and beige feet. Located in Vocal Volcano. Found in the first treasure chest in stage 2.
  • CitrusSpraypaintcitrusKSQSQ Citrus: Lime body and green 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.

List of alternate colors

While not necessarily Spray Paint, the following is a list of other occurrences of major character color changes in the Kirby series:

Kirby's Dream Land and Kirby's Pinball Land

Kirby appears green (Game Boy), white (Game Boy Pocket/Light), or pink (Super Game Boy), along with the rest of the game due to monochromatic graphics. When played on a Game Boy Color, Kirby (and other foreground sprites) appears red.

Kirby's Adventure

When Kirby does not have a Copy Ability, he appears pink. When Kirby has a Copy Ability, he will usually appear a peach color. When Kirby has the Freeze or Ice Copy Ability, he appears white with blue feet.

Kirby's Dream Course

In 2-Player Mode, Player 1 plays as Pink Kirby, while Player 2 plays as a Yellow Kirby, dubbed Keeby.

Kirby's Dream Land 2 and Kirby's Block Ball

As with Kirby's Dream Land, Kirby's color is based on a monochromatic palette. As with before, he appears green on Game Boy and white on Game Boy Pocket/Light. When played on a Game Boy Color or Super Game Boy, certain rooms have individual palettes. In most occurrences, Kirby's color is based on the Level he is in.

On the Super Game Boy boarder, Kirby is pink.

Kirby Super Star and Kirby Super Star Ultra

Like Kirby's Adventure, Kirby's color sometimes changes based on what Copy Ability he has, although there is now greater variety.

Gourmet Race

Yellow Kirby also appears when playing multiplayer on Gourmet Race in Kirby Super Star Ultra. His body color is near-identical to Beam's, and his feet are a deeper red.

Sub-games

In Kirby Super Star Ultra’s touch controlled sub-games, Kirby's color is based on player.

Kirby's Dream Land 3 and Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

Like Kirby's Adventure, Kirby's color changed to blue when possessing Ice, however, this only occurs when Kirby is actively using it and is without an Animal Friend or Power Combo.

Mini-Games

In Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, if multiple players use the same character, the earliest instance will be the default, and additional instances will be a different color.

Kirby
King Dedede
  • Red: Player 1
  • Pink: Player 2
  • Orange: Player 3
  • Blue: Player 4
Adeleine
  • Green: Player 1
  • Pink: Player 2
  • Orange: Player 3
  • Blue: Player 4
Waddle Dee
  • Orange: Player 1
  • Pink: Player 2
  • Green: Player 3
  • Blue: Player 4

Super Smash Bros.

If multiple players pick the same character, subsequent pickings will receive a different color; players can also choose a specific color by pressing one of the C buttons. In team battles, characters also change color to represent their teams. For Kirby:

Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl

As with Super Smash Bros., multiple colors are available per character to prevent confusion when multiple players choose the same one. Red, blue, and green are also always available due to team battles.

Kirby

In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Green Kirby retains the Kusomochi Kirby appearance, and Gray Kirby appears with a white body, black feet, and gray eyes. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Green Kirby's now resembles his Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land appearance with orange feet, and Gray Kirby now appears more gray overall instead of having contrasting body and feet colors.

Meta Knight
SSBB logo

  • Blue
  • White
  • Red (Red Team)
  • Green (Green Team)
  • Blue (Blue Team)
  • Pink

King Dedede
SSBB logo

  • Red (Red Team)
  • Pink
  • Green (Green Team)
  • Purple
  • Blue (Blue Team)
  • Brown

Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land

Like Kirby Super Star, Kirby's color sometimes changes based on what Copy Ability he has.

Sub-games/Multiplayer

Kirby's color is based on player.

Yellow Kirby's colors are identical to Needle.

Kirby Air Ride

Multiple colors are available to prevent confusion among players. Four colors are unlockable. By default:

King Dedede

King Dedede is also affected by colors, but not in the same way as Kirby.

  • Pink: Red (default) King Dedede
  • Yellow: Yellow King Dedede
  • Blue: Blue King Dedede
  • Red: Green King Dedede
  • Green: Pink King Dedede
  • Purple: Purple King Dedede
  • Brown: Black King Dedede
  • White: White King Dedede

Meta Knight

Meta Knight is also affected by colors, but not in the same way as Kirby.

  • Pink: Indigo (default) Meta Knight
  • Yellow: Green Meta Knight
  • Blue: Blue Meta Knight
  • Red: Red Meta Knight
  • Green: Pink Meta Knight
  • Purple: Black Meta Knight
  • Brown: Brown Meta Knight
  • White: White Meta Knight

Kirby Mass Attack

By default, Kirby appears pink. A damaged Kirby, however, appears blue, and a KO'd Kirby appears white with gray feet and angel wings.

Color Change

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Color Change top screen in Kirby Mass Attack, displaying the Emerald Spray Paint color.

In Kirby Mass Attack, there is an unused element called Color Change, which would presumably change the color of the Kirbys; this may have gone unused due to Kirby's color change upon being damaged.[1][2] The possible colors were:

  • Sapphire
  • Ocean
  • Chalk
  • Light Pink
  • Pink
  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Emerald
  • Green
  • Grape
  • Shadow
  • Chocolate

Kirby's Return to Dream Land

In multiplayer, Kirby's color is based on player. Unlike in Kirby Air Ride, multiple players cannot be Meta Knight, King Dedede, or Bandana Waddle Dee; as such, they are independent of player position and only use their default colors.

In gameplay, a player's color affects Pop Flowers, Ninja Dojo ninja stars, and Scope Shot reticles. In these instances, Meta Knight is considered purple, King Dedede is considered red, and Bandana Waddle Dee is considered orange.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe and Kirby Fighters Deluxe

In the Kirby Fighters sub-game or the downloadable Kirby Fighters Deluxe, in multiplayer/training mode, multiple colors are available to prevent confusion among players.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Eight colors are available per character to prevent confusion when multiple players choose the same one.

Kirby

Meta Knight

  • Blue
  • White
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Pink
  • Purple
  • Gray (classified as Black internally)

King Dedede

  • Red
  • Pink
  • Green
  • Purple
  • Light Blue
  • Gray (classified as Black internally)
  • Blue
  • Black

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

While differently-colored Kirbys are not present, there are different colors of Bandana Waddle Dee based on player.

  • Red: Player 2
  • Green: Player 3
  • Yellow: Player 4

In artwork, there is an unused Blue Waddle Dee. It is possible this was going to be the color for a potential Player 5, but it went unused due to the lack of 5-player gameplay in the final release.

Kirby: Planet Robobot, Team Kirby Clash Deluxe, and Super Kirby Clash

In the Team Kirby Clash sub-game or the downloadable Team Kirby Clash Deluxe or Super Kirby Clash, Kirby's color is based on player.

Kirby Battle Royale

In multiplayer, multiple colors are available. Due to the game's client side visuals online, colors are usually for player preference.

Waddle Dee, Meta Knight, and King Dedede are also playable characters; unlike in Kirby Air Ride, all of their colors properly correspond to the color choice, although some are particularly notable.

Waddle Dee

  • Orange: Based on the default color.
  • Pink: Based on the EX color (Kirby's Blowout Blast).
  • Gray: Based on the Game Boy appearance.

Meta Knight

King Dedede

  • Orange: Based on the default color.
  • Pink: Based on his Revenge form.
  • Gray: Based on his Game Boy appearance.

Kirby Star Allies

Friends' colors are based on player.

  • Default: Player 1
  • Yellow: Player 2
  • Blue: Player 3
  • Green: Player 4

Dream Friends use their default color if only one of said Dream Friend is around in the main game; duplicate Dream Friend colors are based on player, as well as in The Ultimate Choice and Heroes in Another Dimension.

Sub-games

In Chop Champs and Star Slam Heroes, Kirby's color is based on player.

Related Quotes

Change your color
— Treasure description • Kirby: Squeak Squad

Trivia

  • One of the selectable colors in Kirby Mass Attack’s unused Color Change 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.

References

  1. The Cutting Room Floor: Kirby Mass Attack
  2. The Spriters Resource: Kirby Mass Attack
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