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Copy AbilityNone
Points Given140
CategoryRegular enemy

Bounder is an enemy in the Kirby series, debuting in Kirby's Adventure. It yields no Copy Ability when inhaled.

Physical Appearance

Bounder resembles a small child with two large eyes and a black body.


Kirby's Adventure

Bounder makes its first appearance in this game. It clings to walls and sometimes jumps from them in an effort to hit Kirby. They are also capable of throwing small stars.

While Bounder made an appearance in this game, it did not appear in its remake, Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land and was replaced by another enemy, Gip, in it. The only difference between Bounder and Gip is in appearance- their attacks are the same. The reasons for this change are not known.

Kirby Super Star

Bounder reappears in this title, behaving similarly to how it did in Kirby's Adventure. However, Bounder is again replaced by Gip in this game's remake, Kirby Super Star Ultra, for unknown reasons.

Other Games

Bounders also make appearances in Kirby's Pinball Land and Kirby's Block Ball. In these games, they are far more rare - there are only two of them in the top stage of Whispy Woods Land. They also behave slightly differently - they are passive and will only continue to climb their territory. In addition, Bounder makes a cameo in both versions of Megaton Punch.


  • Rolling Turtle, Capsule J, Togezo, and Bounder are currently the only enemies to have been replaced by other enemies in their respective game's remake.




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