HomeNewsStand Alone Versions of Kirby Triple Deluxe Mini Games to be Made Zak Penrith July 11, 2014 News Today, it was announced that Nintendo will make stand-alone versions of the two mini games featured in Nintendo 3DS title Kirby Triple Deluxe. The two games are called Kirby Fighters Z and DeDeDe’s Drum Dash Z. They will be priced a 750 yen ($7.40/£4.30/€5.40) per game. Check out the trailers here! DeDeDe’s Drum Dash Z “Dance to the beat of Dedede’s Drum Dash, a rhythm action game that challenges you to jump in time to classic Kirby music while collecting plenty of coins!” Kirby Fighters Z “A 2D beat’em up that gives you the chance to test which Copy Ability delivers the most damage in battle.” In short, DeDeDe’s Drum Dash Z is a rhythm-based game where you play as King DeDeDe. You have to press buttons at certain times to be in sync with the music and collect all the coins. Kirby Fighters Z looks like a Smash Bros-style fighter, but instead of iconic Nintendo characters, you play as Kirby and all his abilities. There is no word on whether these stand alone releases will head to the North American or European eShop but only time will tell. Kirby Fighters Z and DeDeDe’s Drum Dash Z will come to the Japanese 3DS eShop on July 23. Do you want Kirby Fighters Z and DeDeDe’s Drum Dash Z in the North American or European eShop? Let us know by leaving a comment below! [Source: Nintendo , Amazon UK] Share this post: No related posts. 3DS eShopDeDeDe's Drum Dash ZKirbyKirby Fighters ZKirby: Triple DeluxeeShopOne Piece Unlimited World Red Review (Wii U)Suggestions for the Wii UAbout The AuthorZak PenrithNews Writer/Reviewer (UK)Zak is a gamer who has been playing Nintendo games since he could remember! His favorite franchises are Zelda & Animal Crossing, and his favorite games are The Legend Of Zelda: Majoras Mask and Super Mario 64. When he isn't playing video games, he's often outside playing sports while cramming for tests.