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Kirbys dream courseThe game uses a side-view and employs a multi-directional attack method similar to many other arcade games of the run and gun genre, including Guerilla War, Ikari Warriors and Mercs.
Allowing up to two players to play simultaneously, once players create their own codename using up to three initials, they receive a quick mission briefing before the mission ensues. Players automatically begin the game with a machine gun containing unlimited ammo and a knife used exclusively for close quarters combat. The mission's levels are separated into "scenes" and usually consist of one or more players running through various terrain, attacking hordes of enemy soldiers, and reaching the end of the stage to battle a boss. Amidst all the action, players have the option to rescue various hostages scattered throughout the levels to obtain new weapons or items.
Dream Course is a golf video game which is viewed from an isometric perspective. Instead of using a ball, Kirby is used as the ball. The player must set the power, angle, and spin to connect with various enemies found throughout the levels. Once all but one enemy remains, that enemy will transform into the hole.
The game has eight courses, each with eight holes on each. There is a high score board for each level, with medals to be won on each of them. The player can unlock extra features by winning the medals. There are Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals to be won, which are awarded to Kirby at the end of the course.
Kirby loses one of his health points every time he makes a shot, and gains one every time he hits an enemy or lands in a hole. He loses one life when all his health points are gone. When Kirby run out of lives, the game will end. Afterwards, the player can either continue from the beginning of the course or exit it.