Kirby Air Ride is a Kirby racing game developed by Nintendo EAD and released for the Nintendo GameCube on July 24, 2003. The game was first announced as a Kirby racing spinoff of the Kirby series at Nintendo’s pre-E3 2003 press conference.
In Kirby Air Ride , Kirby, King Dedede, and Meta Knight all race in customized Kirby series machines, called Air Ride Machines. Each Kirby racer’s machine possesses a special ability that was previously found in Kirby titles, such as Kirby’s trademark Inhale and the Wheelie Scooter from Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
The goal is to win all ten of the available machines from different manufacturers, which are City Kirby, Dyna Blade Kirby, Dragoon Kirby, Hydra Kirby, Jet Kirby, Monster Kirby, Wheelie Kirby and the default Warp Star Kirby.
Kirby Air Ride – Flying Meteor Piano Sheet Music
Chr. Hansen’s pianistic take on the “Flying Meteor” theme from Kirby Air Ride for Nintendo GameCube! **** Kirby Air Ride – Flying Meteor Piano Sheet Music *
Kirby is a small, pink puffball who lives in Dream Land on the Planet Popstar. Kirby has the unique ability to absorb his enemies’ powers and copy their abilities with his signature catchphrase: “Poyo”. Kirby uses these copy abilities to help him fight against the many antagonists of Kirby’s Dream Land, but Kirby also takes on jobs as an aircraft pilot for the many races Kirby has come across. Kirby Air Ride is considered to be a racing game, but Kirby can use his copy abilities to give him a small boost in speed and take out opponents with ease. Kirby Air Ride was developed by HAL Laboratory and released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2003. Kirby Air Ride was one of the few Kirby games that allowed up to four players to play together, but, unfortunately Kirby Air Ride has not been re-released since its original release date.