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KSS Bio Spark This article's title is derived from Japanese (Edit | Similar)
... because it was never localized to English in official sources.
Item
KPR Remote Controller
Kirby: Planet Robobot screenshot
Remote Controller
Name (JP) リモコン (Rimokon)
- Meaning Remote Controller
In Games
KPRLogo
TypeCarry item
PropertiesControls a robotic replica of Kirby

The Remote Controller is an item in the Kirby series, debuting in Kirby: Planet Robobot.

Physical Appearance

The Remote Controller is a gray controller with four buttons, a +Control Pad, dark gray lines across the back, a green screen on the front, and a yellow antenna on the top.

The robotic Kirby seen in the background looks very similar to the Robobot Armor's cockpit, though it is a whole sphere with an antenna on top. It has clamp-like hands attached to rods, which attach to the main body. It also has red feet with metal soles on them, as if it were wearing shoes.

Games

Kirby: Planet Robobot

When Kirby or Meta Knight finds a Remote Controller and picks it up, he takes control of a robotic Kirby in the background. The robot copies all of the holder's movements, including jumping, crouching, walking, running, and sliding. The robotic Kirby's only means of attack is the slide attack which can be used to break blocks and hit enemies. It can also do actions when the character holding the Remote Controller isn't doing that action, such as being able to jump from the ground when either Kirby or Meta Knight is already in the air.

The Remote Controller is used to solve puzzles. The robot and the item break if the robot Kirby falls into a pit or takes too much damage, and the robotic Kirby deactivates temporarily if the item is put down.

Trivia

  • This item looks like a Game Boy, the second handheld game console released by Nintendo and the platform of several Kirby games.
  • The robotic Kirby copies Kirby's idle animation, even though Kirby can't do his idle animation while holding the Remote Controller.

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