Nintendo just added more Kirby icons to Switch Online – Destructoid

They are available until September 6 at 6:00 PM PT

After Kirby icons are now live for Nintendo’s Switch Online rewards system, with a new suite of Kirby’s Dream Buffet.

As you remember, Dream Buffet quietly dropped a few weeks ago for $15 on the eShop. Given the relatively short time between its announcement and launch, many people weren’t sure what the game was and/or if it was free. Much to the delight of many, it ended up being a fully premium game with no microtransactions and a slew of unlocks. If online functionality is enhanced, it could become even more attractive as a longer-term party game.

Anyway, the Dream Buffet the sub-series is in full swing, and these Switch icons prove it. Although primarily related to Kirby (the character), they also feature several iterations of the Puffball, similar to all of the alternate versions of Yoshi in games like Mario RPG Where Yoshi’s Island/Super Mario World. In addition to that, you can pick up Dream Buffetversion of a block of articles (As mario party), as well as an icon for Elfilin from Kirby and the Forgotten Land. You can grab them from now until September 6 at 6 PM PT.

As a reminder, if you want physical rewards, you can find our complete guide to platinum points here, which has been updated with weekly mission details: bookmark it when you need fast points for a reward. A Fistful of Points is incredibly easy to get, as it only takes 15 minutes with Super Mario Run, or a quick connection to the 3DS or Wii U 3Shop. Also remember that all shipments are consolidated, so you can pay one flat rate for multiple items instead of paying it each time. Just be aware that items are frequently out of stock on My Nintendo and some are never restocked.

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