Mr. Tick Tock is a mini boss who grants the Mike ability. He resembles an alarm clock with four hands on his face. The upper hands serve as eyebrows and the lower hands serve as a mustache. He comes in assorted colors throughout the series. He attacks by jumping and launching music notes as well as making short-ranged sound waves.

Although usually a mini boss, Mr. Tick Tock also appears as a drawing in Paint Panic


Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land Edit

Mr. Tick Tock appears as a recurring mini boss in these games. He jumps around haphazardly in an attempt to crush Kirby. He can also create a force field of sound (in the form of an alarm) around his body by forcibly ringing the bells on his shoulders. The sound also creates musical notes at times which can be used to shoot back at him. If Kirby eats him after his defeat, he is awarded the powerful Mike ability.

Mr. Tick Tock (Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland)

Mr. Tick Tock in Kirby Nightmare in Dreamland

Kirby Super Star UltraEdit

Mr. Tick Tock appears alongside some of the other mini bosses from Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land in the new sub-game Revenge of the King. He is first found hidden in a secret area in Illusion Islands, where he can be fought optionally, and then shows up later in the final level of the sub-game; The Revenge. The second time Kirby encounters him he must be fought and defeated in order to move on. Mr. Tick Tock is also fought in The True Arena alongside the rest of the retro mini-bosses. In this game, his force field ring attack makes a sound similar to a phone. But otherwise he behaves the same as he did in past games. Once again, Kirby can get the Mike ability from him.

Mr. Tick Tock (Kirby Super Star Ultra)

Mr. Tick Tock in Kirby Super Star Ultra

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