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All 16 Present Codes in Kirby and the Forgotten Land

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Kirby and the Forgotten Land Waddle Dee-liveries Present Code guide all codes list

Every Present Code in Kirby and the Forgotten Land (as of Launch Day)

Kirby and the Forgotten Land is finally here, and with HAL Laboratory’s latest endeavor in the pink puff’s world comes the return of Present Codes! In Kirby and the Forgotten Land, players can input Present Codes for Star Coins, Rare Stones, and helpful gameplay items (such as Maximum Tomatoes and Speed Boosts) after unlocking the Waddle Dee-liveries service early on in Waddle Dee Town. In this guide, we will go over every current present code you can use anytime during your adventure in Kirby and the Forgotten Land–or even all at once if you want to lavish over every reward in a sitting!

Editor’s Note: In the previous Kirby games featuring present codes, HAL Laboratory had a tendency to release special celebration keys when the respective title would reach various sales and anniversary milestones. To keep up to date on whether more present codes arrive after the release of Kirby and the Forgotten Land (and we’re sure there will be), follow the official Japanese Kirby Twitter account or sites like Kirby Informer for the latest information! Without further ado, these are all 16 Present Codes you can use at the Waddle Dee-liveries counter…

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Waddle Dee-liveries Present Code guide all codes list

Demo Present Codes

If you played through Kirby and the Forgotten Land’s demo last month, chances are you probably passed over a special message screen that displayed after completing the teaser’s select three Natural Plains levels. This message contained two Present Codes usable in the full game. For these two codes, players do not need to have any form of demo save data on their Nintendo Switch to obtain them–they are completely free for all players to use as long as they can type them in properly and know what they are!

  1. CLEARDEMO – 300 Star Coins
  2. NEWADVENTURE – 300 Star Coins, Rare Stone

Retailer “Pre-Order” Present Codes

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Waddle Dee-liveries Present Code guide all codes list

For players who did not pick up Kirby and the Forgotten Land on the Nintendo eShop, there is a chance that you may have gotten the game from a store that was offering a Present Code–well, probably not, but there is still a chance! There are two secret pre-order bonus codes that are not region-specific or locked to actual purchases of the game.

  1. KIRBYGAMESTOPCAN – 150 Star Coins, Maxim Tomato
  2. ほおばりヘンケイでだいぼうけん – 100 Star Coins, Car-Mouth Cake

Interestingly enough, the second Japanese code is only available for a limited time. Players will have the opportunity to punch in the “Hoobari Henkei de Daibouken” code only until April 25th–once that date passes, it will be completely invalid. However, that is not the only Present Code that will be available for a limited time!

Official Kirby Website Present Codes

To promote the release of Kirby and the Forgotten Land, American My Nintendo users can hop on the game’s official North American website to play another one of the company’s webpage easter egg hunting games. By finding five hidden in-game items across the website, players will not only receive 100 Platinum Points on My Nintendo but they will also discover the following Kirby and the Forgotten Land Present Code that can be used until June 10th!

  1. KIRBYMICROSITE – 150 Star Coins, Attack Boost

While on the topic of My Nintendo, you may want to find the five items on the website and grab those Platinum Points even if you are a viewer who is just getting the code from this list. There could potentially be some physical Kirby rewards coming to the My Nintendo store page soon! A Mouthful Mode grocery bag has already been announced as an upcoming product users can purchase with Platinum Points and a Spring Sweepstakes is currently going on until the first week of April.

Additionally, the following three codes were made available across Nintendo, HAL Laboratory, and Kirby’s official social media pages and dedicated websites before the game was released. Like the My Nintendo website Present Code, these keys are set to expire sometime after April.

  1. GAMENEWS – Rare Stone
  2. KIRBYNEWSDESK – 10 Star Coins, Energy Drink
  3. MOUTHFULMODE – 100 Star Coins

The Actual In-Game Present Codes

In-game present codes can be found scattered across the hub world of Kirby and the Forgotten Land as the player slowly rebuilds Waddle Dee Town to its former glory. While the codes are not in plain sight, they can always be discovered when the “search” icon appears in a discrete location. From above the Waddle Dee Café to inside the small town’s big cinema, these are all six of the in-game Present Codes that players can discover throughout the home of the Waddle Dees.

  1. ADVENTUREGUIDE – Rare Stone
  2. BRAWLINGCOLOSSEUM – 500 Coins, Attack Boost
  3. FIRSTPASSWORD – 100 Star Coins
  4. KIRBYADVENTURECALI – 300 Star Coins, 4 Food Items
  5. KIRBYSTORY – 300 Star Coins
  6. KIRBYTHEGOURMET – Rare Stone, Car-Mouth Cake

On a side note, it is important to recognize that players can input all these codes as soon as the Waddle Dee-liveries service is made available–and the same goes for every other Present Code in the game. Players do not have to wait to open locations to input Present Codes.

The “Thank You” Post-Game Present Codes

Without showing any visual spoilers, there are two Present Codes that can be discovered in the post-game of Kirby and the Forgotten Land. While these are normally found on the completion statues players can obtain in Waddle Dee Town after meeting select requirements, the following two codes both worth a hefty reward can be inputted at the Waddle Dee-liveries service at any time.

  1. THANKYOUKIRBY – 1000 Star Coins, Rare Stone

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