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- You can guide Kirby through a vibrant claymation world!
- Team up with 3 friends to explore and grab collectibles!
- You’ve never clayed a Kirby game like this before.
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You can guide Kirby through a vibrant claymation world!
You can guide Kirby through a vibrant claymation world by drawing Rainbow Ropes for him to roll along in this all-new adventure! You can even mold your clay self into a Tank, Submarine, or Rocket to wreak havoc. Up to 3 friends can join in to explore levels with you.*
You can use the stylus creatively and tactically when drawing Rainbow Ropes to help Kirby navigate obstacles and defeat bosses. Make loops, launch Kirby into the air or stop up waterfalls that get in his way. If a stage gets too challenging for any one Kirby to handle, call in some Waddle Dee allies for backup. Players can easily drop in and out of the main game at any time. So when things get tricky, one of the Waddle Dee players can carry Kirby to the goal while the other players collect items and stars. Need even more firepower? Tap the Kirby, King Dedede, or Meta Knight amiibo to the Wii U GamePad daily to give Kirby fantastic power-ups.
*Additional accessories required for multiplayer mode; sold separately.
Creative levels filled with hidden items and collectibles
Transform Kirby into a variety of clay objects: a Tank, a Submarine, or a Rocket!
Up to 3 other players* can easily drop in and out of the main game at any time
The Kirby, King Dedede, and Meta Knight amiibo can give Kirby fantastic power-ups.
Features: Take control of Kirby, and his transformations, with the stroke of a stylus Gamepad controls Kirby's forms in unique ways, draw lines on Gamepad to guide Kirby Kirby comes to life in a world of clay!
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Personally I think it's tons of fun once you get use to it. For completionist like myself the game will offer plenty of playtime as there is lots to collect and lots of challenges to complete. Collect stars and treasure chest in each level to unlock trophies, music and secret challenge levels which are really fun and addicting to play and add a new set of difficulty to the game. For people who don't care about collecting stuff and earning gold medals and would rather just get to the credits the game can be finished fairly quickly and perhaps a rental would be more suitable in that case.
This game fits the typical Nintendo concept of fairly easy to learn, yet difficult to master. As an experienced gamer, I was able to grasp the concept after the first level, but it wasn't until I had played the game for a few days that I felt like I was doing really well. Even then, each world brought about new challenges that I really enjoyed. There are a few points in the game where you are "painted" as a cute little Kirby submarine or tank. These forms of Kirby move differently and grant unique abilities that play into the touch pad's controls surprisingly well.
One thing I really liked about this game is that there are collectible treasure chests in each level. They usually require some quick thinking or teamwork (more on that in the next paragraph) to acquire them, especially on the first play through. The chests add different music tracks and figurines to your collection, as well as challenge events that you can do in challenge mode. Each challenge is a series of 15 second events, in which you have to solve a unique puzzle, then grab the chest before time runs out. Some of these are relatively easy but the majority of them will take multiple tries and are generally easier to complete with the help of a friend.
The thing that really made me purchase this game was the fact that you can play the story mode with two players. When playing with a second person, player two uses Waddledee with a sideways wiimote and standard movement controls, like walking side to side, jumping and attacking. I was looking for a game that my girlfriend could play with me and would enjoy. Some of the other reviews on here convinced me it was worth trying. As it turns out, she loves it! We've spent countless nights playing this and we both still really enjoy it. We've beaten the main story but still play it in order to collect all the chests and complete the challenges.
In summary, if you're a Kirby purist, I would highly recommend watching gameplay videos first to make sure you're interested in this game, as it's not your classic Kirby. However, I think it's a fantastic, underrated game that many people will enjoy. If you're looking for a fun, two player game that just about anyone can pick up and play, I would highly recommend this.
This game is excruciatingly difficult, and frustrating.
The charm of the artwork and sound effects are all on point. Kirby & his world are adorable with clay characters, that look very well animated and designed.
The controls however, are downright frustrating, and by World 6, you will find yourself skipping over some levels.
Having 18 lives, then reducing that # to just 9 after attempting the same loop over and over is downright frustrating for an adult - can you imagine how your kids would be?
I am only finishing this game for our kiddo, otherwise, I would have stashed it away 3 worlds ago.
This game, in all honesty, will frustrate some people, because it is a completely non-traditional Kirby game. It's played completely using the gamepad and stylus (no buttons) and can take a bit to get used to, but once you do, it becomes very fun and challenging at times, which is something you don't typically see in Kirby games.
I would definitely recommend it to anyone who loves Kirby, because it is incredibly cute and one of the more interesting iterations of the series.