One day, an evildoer with a magic cane appears and splits Kirby into 10 pieces. Kirby sets off on a journey to return to his original form. Players use the touch screen to control a mass of Kirby characters in a new and novel way. Swipe the touch screen to launch them in a mass attack against enemies, then tap the enemies into submission.
I like to think of the Kirby series as Nintendo's experimental franchise. The company frequently treads new water with Kirby, often trying out different concepts that turn out to be delightfully impressive. Last year, Kirby's Epic Yarn was Nintendo and HAL Laboratory's progressive new endeavor, and it provided gamers with a beautiful gameplay experience that just dripped of aesthetic charm and colorful bliss. Here we are not even a full year later, and Nintendo's pink hero is once again trying something new, this time on the Nintendo DS.Kirby Mass Attack begins with the titular character fallen victim to a wicked spell at the hands of Necrodius, an evil wizard and the latest villain in the series. The spell splits the rotund hero into 10 separate Kirbys, and the antagonist has no... Read Review