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Kirby and the Forgotten Land Concrete Isles Mission Guide

Kirby and the Forgotten Land, the latest entry in the iconic action platformer series, was released for the Nintendo Switch on March 25, 2022.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land, the latest entry in the iconic action platformer series, was released for the Nintendo Switch on March 25, 2022. / Image courtesy of Nintendo

Concrete Isles is the second stage of the Everbay Coast area in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, coming with its own set of Missions revolving around finding hidden Waddle Dees, sea birds and more.

Of course, completing this stage is not only essential for advancing in the game, but it also progresses players towards unlocking Wise Waddle Dee. With the highly-anticipated action-platformer game finally out now for Nintendo Switch, here's a breakdown of how to complete all of the Concrete Isles Missions in Kirby and the Forgotten Land.

How to Complete the Concrete Isles Stage

Ultimately, Concrete Isles has a total of five Missions that can easily be completed all at once in under 10 minutes:

  • Clear the Concrete Isles stage
  • Save the hidden Waddle Dees (3)
  • Greet 3 sea birds
  • Make landfall on the Isle of Treasure
  • Dig up a Maxim Tomato

Right when you spawn in, you'll want to greet the first sea bird, which is chilling in the water near the square platform to the northwest.

From there, swim northeast past the giant Balloon-Meister seal to find the first of five Green Star Bits for the first Hidden Waddle Dee on an elevated concrete platform. The second Star Bit is right on the other side of the conveyor platform. The third Star Bit is one level higher, while the fourth Star Bit is on the conveyor platform path heading northeast. The fifth and final Star Bit is on the other end of that conveyor platform path behind a giant seal.

After saving the first hidden Waddle Dee, feel free to loot, fight and work your way north, being sure to pick up the Drill power after clearing the bagel-shaped platform with moles on it. Shortly after the S-shaped island. you'll find another concrete walkway with an Orange Star Bit on it. Before going there, check to the right to find a Glunk and the second sea bird to greet.

Once you've defeated the nearby Digguh and collected the first Orange Star Bit, the second Star Bit will be in the sand on the square past the first cannon. Dodge the second cannon and dig on the elevated platform southwest to find the third Star Bit. Then, go northeast and maneuver with the conveyor platform over the Gordo Bar to dig on the elevated platform to find the fourth Star Bit. The fifth Star Bit is found north by using the scissor-lift to reach a small room where Kirby can dig.

After saving the second hidden Waddle Dee, skip the Warp Star for now and head northeast, where one of the powerline points has fallen. There, you'll be able to make landfall on the hidden Isle of Treasure and find the third Hidden Waddle Dee.

After using the Orange Warp Star to head back to the end of the area, the third sea bird will be in the water at the southeastern base of the Yellow Warp Star waiting to be greeted.

Once in the next section of the stage, the first Green Star Bit can be dug on the higher part of the moving concrete walkway. The second Star Bit can be found right after on some boxes in a corner guarded by a giant seal. The third Star Bit is similarly buried in the higher part of the second moving concrete walkway. Dig up the star-shaped patch to find an Orange Warp Star to access an area where Kirby can use the pipe to reach the fourth and fifth Star Bits.

After saving the third hidden Waddle Dee, dig under the fire of the lineup of cannons to dig up the Maxim Tomato in the u-bend of the concrete walkway before clearing the stage.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land was released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on March 25, 2022.

For more on Kirby and the Forgotten Land, feel free to check out our guide on how to unlock the Waddle Dee Café and the Colosseum.