Kirby: Planet Robobot is available now, and offers fans of the platforming series a new twist on the conventional action, as you can deal damage in a giant robot! The game comes with amiibo support, so let's break down what each of the figures do in the game.

Kirby: Planet Robobot amiibo

There are four amiibo that will release alongside Kirby: Planet Robobot, including Kirby, King Dedede, Waddle Dee and Meta Knight. Since these are custom made for the game (and sold separately), they provide some of the best power-ups.

For instance, with King Dedede, you'll gain access to his cap and hammer, then swing it at enemies. With Meta Knight, you'll don his mask and wield his sword to attack foes, and with Waddle Dee, you'll receive a blue headband and be able to use a blue-and-white parasol to your advantage, like hitting adversaries and floating from safe heights to the ground.

The Kirby amiibo, however, has the best ability in Planet Robobot, as you'll gain immediate access to the U.F.O. With this, you can fly around the screen and shoot laser beams. Otherwise, you can also get this power-up by beating the game at 100 percent.

Smash Bros. amiibo in Kirby: Planet Robobot

You can use all of the Super Smash Bros. amiibo in Kirby: Planet Robobot, but they provide different abilities than their counterparts. You'll still get the hammer with Dedede and the sword with Meta Knight, but not the cool caps. Kirby, meanwhile, will just have the same move set as his Smash Bros. character.

Here's the breakdown of the other power-ups that will appear for use in the game if you scan these particular amiibo in Kirby: Planet Robobot. Mix 'em up, depending what you have!

Mario: Fire power-up

Luigi: Fire power-up

Rosalina & Luma: Ice power-up

Peach: Parasol power-up

Bowser: Stone power-up

Yoshi: Whip power-up

Zero Suit Samus: Whip power-up

Bowser Jr.: Bomb power-up

Wario: Wheel power-up

Toon Link: Cutter power-up

Mr. Game & Watch: Circus power-up

Little Mac:  Fighter power-up (think Ryu!)

Robin: Spark power-up

Donkey Kong: Fighter power-up

Link: Sword power-up

Ganondorf: Poison power-up

Sheik: Ninja power-up

Zelda: Mirror power-up

Ike: Sword power-up

Marth: Sword power-up

Palutena: Mirror power-up

Pit: Archer power-up (makes sense, right?)

Ryu: Random power-up

Roy: Sword power-up

Mewtwo: ESP power-up

Lucas: ESP power-up

Mega Man: Random power-up

Sonic: Random power-up

Pac-Man: Random power-up

Lucina: Sword power-up

Dark Pit: Archer power-up

Dr. Mario: Doctor power-up

Wii Fit Trainer: Doctor power-up

Olimar: Leaf power-up

Captain Falcon: Wheel power-up

Villager: Leaf power-up

Ness: ESPN power-up

R.O.B.: Beam power-up

Fox: Jet power-up

Falcon: Jet power-up

Lucario: Fighter power-up

Charizard: Fire power-up

Pikachu: Spark power-up

Greninja: Ninja power-up

Duck Hunt: Archer power-up

Mii amiibo

Yes, you can also scan Mii amiibo figures in Kirby: Planet Robobot, getting the following abilities:

Mii Swordfighter: Fighter, Spark or Sword power-up (random)

Mii Brawler: Fighter, Spark or Sword power-up (random)

Mii Gunner:  Fighter, Spark or Sword power-up (random)

Last But Not Least…

There are other amiibo supported in Kirby: Planet Robobot, and while not as strong as the abilities provided by main Kirby characters, they're still great. The game will probably support upcoming ones as well, including Bayonetta.

Here's the rundown!

Wolf Link: Random power-up

Animal Crossing Amiibo (and cards): Leaf power-up

Yoshi's Woolly World Amiibo: Whip power-up

Chibi-Robo: Spark power-up

Shovel Knight: Random power-up

Splatoon Amiibo: Poison power-up

Toad: Leaf power-up

Good luck – and save the power-ups for when you really need them!

Check out our coverage of other Kirby games, including these Kirby and the Rainbow Curse tipsand this extensive look at Kirby's 20th Anniversary Collection.