Kirby has been in a ton of best-selling games, but you don’t get to legendary status without a few stumbles (read: shitty attempts at game creations) along the way. The first of the aborted Kirby babies was Kirby Bowl 64, a snowboarding game, on the Nintendo 64 that never saw the light of day. Utilizing the motion sensor technology of the GameCube, Kirby’s Tilt ’n’ Tumble 2 was also supposed to be able to connect to the Game Boy Advance via the Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable. Dead. Developers also tried to tell Kirby’s origin story in an SNES game called Kirby, but the game was scheduled to use the SNES mouse. The same reason you just thought, “The SNES had a mouse?” is the reason the game never was made.