Kirby: Canvas Curse Nintendo DS Video Game Review
Witches are bad! Especially when they pop through a portal, turn your world into a painting and turn Kirby into a tiny pink ball. Yikes! The dude needs some serious help to save the day in this Nintendo DS video game. Think you can help him? Well, here's the 411 on the Kirby: Canvas Curse game and how you can save the day with nothing but the Nintendo DS pen.
Witches, Wands, Kirby and More!
It's time to save the day using nothing but the Nintendo DS pen! No control pad, no buttons, nothing else. Well, ok, the Start button still pauses the game, but whatever. It's all about the pen. With it you can stun bad guys, break blocks, activate Kirby's stolen powers and more. The biggest thing though is the rainbow lines, you can draw 'em with the DS pen and the Kirbster will treat 'em like solid ground.
Coolness in Kirby's New Adventures
There's a whole lot of cool when the pink puffball gets involved. This time though, it's the rainbow lines. You can use 'em to create ramps for Kirby to jump from, barriers to block attacks, bridges across pits and more. There's even an "Ink Bar" and when it runs out, you can't draw any more rainbow lines until you let it recharge.
Kirby: Canvas Curse Video Game Problems
The biggest problem with this game is tryin' to play it on a bumpy bus or car ride. Forget it! If you can't keep your pen steady, Kirby will end up rolling into a pit or an enemy in no time.
Kirby vs. the Wicked Witch - Game Lowdown
Kirby is 'da bomb! He has the moves and the 'tude to make this video game a blast. It's fun, fast and funny for players of all shapes and sizes. Give the rainbow lines a try and you'll be hooked in no time.
Kirby: Canvas Curse Thumbs Up:
- The rainbow lines are awesome!
- Lots of powers for Kirby to absorb and use.
- Cool boss battles.
- Replay levels for bonus medals.
Kirby: Canvas Curse Thumbs Down:
- Playing on a bumpy bus or car sucks.
- No multiplayer games.