Nintendo Spaceworld Official Guidebook
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The 2000 edition covered information about Densetsu no Starfy when it was under development for the Game Boy Color on page 37. Some prerelease artwork is shown. The page covered the story, introduced Starfy's signature Star Spin, Starfy, Moe (then known as Kyororon) and Old Man Lobber. The page included some prerelease screenshots, including screenshots of stages that look like Coral Reef, Sea of Ice and the Sunken Ship.
The 2001 edition covered information about Densetsu no Starfy for the Game Boy Advance on page 27. It reveals that at the time the information was published the game was about 60% complete. Like the artwork shown on page 37 of the 2000 edition, the artwork is not final. Moe's artwork appears to be unchanged from the Game Boy Color period of development.
- Game Boy Encyclopedia - A Game Boy encyclopedia. Its 2001 edition also covered information about Densetsu no Starfy for the Game Boy Color.
|Prerelease information and Unused content|
|List of prerelease information||Densetsu no Starfy • Densetsu no Starfy 2 • Densetsu no Starfy 3 • Densetsu no Starfy 4 • The Legendary Starfy|
|Lists of unused content||Densetsu no Starfy • Densetsu no Starfy 2 (test stage) • Densetsu no Starfy 3 (test stage) • Densetsu no Starfy 4 (unused models) • The Legendary Starfy (Helpful Stuff, Partially unused test stage)|
|Unreleased games||Unused balloon/bubble pushing games / Densetsu no Starfy (Game Boy/Color)|
|Events and TV shows||Nintendo Space World (2000, 2001) • World Hobby Fair (2002, 2006) • Oha Suta • E3 (2009)|
|Media with relevant information||Game Boy Encyclopedia • Gekkan Nintendo • Nintendo Dream • Nintendo Power • Nintendo Spaceworld Official Guidebooks • Websites|