Kirby’s Dream Land – Gameboy Game

(136 customer reviews)


  • Condition: Refurbished |
  • Stock: in stock
View cart



The game is fully tested & guaranteed to work. It’s the cartridge / disc only unless otherwise specified.
Kirby’s Dream Land Game Boy Game Cartridge Cleaned, Tested, and Guaranteed to Work!

Genre:Action & Adventure
Platform:Game Boy
Region:Region Free

———This game is fully cleaned, tested & working. Includes the Disc/Cartridge Only. May have some minor scratches/scuffs.This description was last updated on October 28th, 2020.

  • 100% Free Shipping! No Minimums. Expedited and Two-Day Shipping Available. We ship worldwide!
  • No Sales Tax! As a small company, we don’t have to charge sales tax outside of Pennsylvania.
  • 121 Day Warranty on all Products! If you have any issues, we’re here to help. Extended 1-Year Warranty Available.
  • Flexible Payment Options! We accept payments via Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Google Pay, Apple Pay and Paypal. Plus, you can use affirm to pay in 4 biweekly payments – no cost/interest to you at all.
  • Personalized Customer Service! Our dedicated team is at your service for fast response times and world class service.

We have a 121-day warranty period for all of our products. If you are experiencing any issues or aren’t satisfied with your item within 121 days, contact us and get your issue resolved. It’s that simple! View our full Return policy page here.

Every order is eligible for free shipping (5-7 business days) to any address in the United States. Orders to Canada are available for free shipping (9-12 business days) over $60! Expedited Shipping of 3-5 Business days is available in checkout. We ship worldwide! Shipping is via UPS, USPS or Fedex. We ship from Allentown, PA.

136 reviews for Kirby’s Dream Land – Gameboy Game

Your rating

Reviewed by 0 customer(s)

Sort by

  • Andre B.

    Fast shipping, good condition on the package, game works perfect, even came with à protective case, Nice shop thanks.

    September 27, 2022
  • Ryan Sil. (Gamer & PC/Android indie dev)

    I was actually trying to go and get this earlier, but I used up my retrolio money for other games and stuff. And now that it’s 3DS e-Shop re-release is available on Club Nintendo for only 100 coins (If you don’t know about Club Nintendo, I suggest you join and see what it’s about. It’s a great service), I was able to go and nab this classic at ease.So, Kirby is known as a pink blob that sucks things up and copies enemy abilities, right? Well, here, since it IS the first Kirby game, you don’t get to obtain enemy powers whatsoever. You’ll be happy to know, however, that it doesn’t affect the platforming experience badly at all. In fact, Kirby’s Dream Land as a whole is spectacular.The graphics are some of the best I’ve ever seen on a Game Boy game, and the music is very upbeat and fun to listen to. To top it all off, the gameplay is thrilling. It’s unlike what you’ve dealt with in other Nintendo classics like Mario. Not only do you run and jump, but you can eat enemies, and spit them out at others! Oh, and you can fly! There are also some cool gimmicks, like shooting fire after collecting SuperSpicey Curry for a short period of time, and being able to fly and shoot out puff clouds during one of the bosses, in a similar fashion to shooters like Gradius.The only issue with this game is that it is pretty short. There are only 5 levels, with the 5th level being composed of bosses that you’ve previously fought, as well as King Dedede, the final boss. But just because a game is short d.

    September 26, 2022
  • Chris

    Takes me back to being a kid. If you never got to play it you will love it as well. Simple gaming at its best.

    September 25, 2022
  • DelfinaHegmann

    This is a classic game. Good for anyone into playing older games. Does require older system to llay on but it is fu to use.

    September 25, 2022
  • Andrew and nick

    As ordered, came early and plays great, granddaughter loves it

    September 24, 2022
  • BX Lounger

    Kirby made his short and sweet debut on the Game Boy in 1992 with Kirby’s Dream Land. At the same time, a new Nintendo franchise was born. Before he was a cute, pink puff ball he was just a plain old white ghost looking ball who had to rescue his homeland from the clutches of his nemesis, King Dedede. While the Kirby games were better efforts, the first one proved there was something about him and his platform game that was simple and fun.Kirby’s Dream Land lets you control Kirby through 5 stages filled with enemies, pitfalls and spikes. Kirby can inhale his enemies and either swallow them or spit them out at other enemies. He can also pick up health power ups and 1-ups to help stay in the game. At the end of each stage, you face off against a boss and use a simple pattern strategy to beat it.The PROS: A platform game that didn’t star Mario would normally mean it wasn’t going to be good. This isn’t the case with Kirby’s Dream Land. From the bright and crisp graphics to the pleasant music and solid controls, this game pleased anyone who managed to play it from beginning to end. Nintendo knew they had a hit by keeping things simple for the time being and for that, it’s a game that is fun to play.The CONS: With only 5 stages, it’s over before you know it. And while you had to beat it in one shot (no passwords, save system or continues here), it wasn’t a hard game at all.It was short and sweet but fun at the same time. Millions of copies were sold and only prompted Nintendo to ma.

    September 23, 2022

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.