Kirby Air Ride is a Kirby game released in 2003 in the Kirby series , being Kirby’s first GameCube appearance. Nebula Belt was composed by Jun Ishikawa and arranged by Shogo Sakai .
– The Kirby series is a video game series created by Masahiro Sakurai, developed by HAL Laboratory , published by Nintendo . Kirby is a pink, spherical character and the main protagonist of the Kirby series . Kirby’s appearance is largely unchanged since its debut in Kirby’s Dream Land (1992), but it has undergone multiple tweaks over the years, such as gaining white eyes in Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land (2002) and Kirby Super Star (1996), and visible teeth under his mouth in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (2000). Kirby has the ability to inhale and spit out things. Kirby’s signature technique is sucking in air to gain powers, which can be used for defeating enemies or solving puzzles. Kirby swallows his foe, transforms into a ball of light, and then crashes into them . Nebula Belt was featured in Kirby Air Ride , which Kirby can be suspended with certain vehicles . Kirby Air Ride is a racing video game in the Kirby series for the Nintendo GameCube, developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo. Kirby Air Ride was released in Japan on July 21, 2003. The game features nine different modes of play, twelve vehicle types with unique abilities, three difficulty levels, and seven Grand Prix cups. Kirby Air Ride features three basic game types: Top Ride, City Trial, and Air Ride. The top ride section of Kirby Air Ride challenges Kirby to race through different courses while collecting power-ups, which can be used later in the game .