A glitch is the unintended behavior of a game, usually a result of a programming mistake, or by overlooking a specific (usually esoteric) sequence of events that players can, but weren't expected to perform during normal gameplay. A glitch is usually detrimental to the player's experience, and can be so minor that it easily goes unnoticed. Sometimes, however, it can be severe enough to freeze the game, cause the playable character to die for no apparent reason, or even corrupt the entire save file and force the player to restart from the beginning. In certain cases though, glitches can be helpful to players. Glitching a game, however, refers to a player intentionally triggering the unintended behavior.
In Kirby games
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