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Kirby: Mass Attack by Nintendo of America

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Kirby: Mass Attack is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 30.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Nintendo of America
  • Developer: Nintendo of America
  • Category: Strategy

Product Details:

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.

  • Players use the stylus on the touch screen to control a swarm of up to 10 Kirby characters at once. They can help players defeat enemies and find treasure. The number of Kirby characters under a player's control is important, as some challenges require a specific number of Kirby characters in order to be solved. When the number of Kirby characters is increased, players can gain the upper hand.
  • Players can control each Kirby character in a variety of ways using a stylus on the touch screen. For example, a Kirby character can be launched into the air with a flick of the stylus, or players can make a swarm of Kirby characters dash to a given point by tapping on that spot on the touch screen multiple times.
  • By collecting medals hidden throughout the various stages, players can unlock a wide variety of additional mini-games, each with its own distinctive challenges.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best when you're taking breaks from other games. This was the second Kirby game I played on the Nintendo DS. It was great to play through for both exploration and strategy. The only thing I don't really like is the lost of the copy ability, but makes up in terms of a variety of mini games and level design.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good game, but not a Kirby Platformer Kirby Mass Attack makes good use of the DS touch screen to control a mob of Kirbys around the game. It is not, however, a Kirby platformer like the Dream Land games, which is what I was expecting it to be like. Mass Attack can be frustrating at times, as despite having 10 Kirbys, there are places where your entire group can nearly be one-hit killed if you aren't careful. The game is a solid length and difficulty level, and there are plenty of secrets to explore before unlocking everything. The only serious detriment to the game is that the number of Kirbys you control opens the path forward, so after difficult levels you sometimes find yourself having to go back to replay an easier level to restock your group.
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun for everyone I have so much fun playing this with 10 kirbys all attacking one big monster is so much fun to experience i recommend this game very much
Date published: 2013-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from KIRBY.........S.......S...S!!!! Kirby Mass Attack is a blend of cuteness and cloning fun. The gameplay is very fun and the bosses can be kinda tricky. These bosses includes of course Meta Knight and King Dedede. The graphics are acceptable and the game doesn't really show a great deal on the storyline, but its still a fun and good game for all ages. I recommend it to all of the cloning......Kirbys fans. YEHA!!
Date published: 2013-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth the Money. I had been waiting for a new Kirby game to come out for the DS since Kirby Super Star Ultra. But Kirby was restrained to the Wii. But then Kirby Mass Attack came along. This game has incredible gameplay, an pretty good storyline, and is just filled with the stuff that makes Kirby awesome. One day, while out in a different planet, Kirby is confronted by a evil Skull thing. He then is split into 10 different copies of himself. And since all the Kirbys only had a 10th of the original Kirby's power, they were easy to defeat. And so Kirby travels across worlds, eventually getting lots of coins. He is confronted by new and old enemies. The controls are easy to understand, and by the time you have all of the Rainbow Coins, you won't be able to put the game down. Overall, this game is worth the money, and lots more money. This game is something I never want to forget playing.
Date published: 2012-10-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kirby Mass Attack is a Massive Success Kirby Mass Attack is another non-traditional Kirby game whose gameplay is controlled entirely with the stylus. While some people may get turned off by this, it works really well (after all, it worked with Phantom Hourglass and Spirit Tracks). The graphics are nice and colorful, as is common for a Kirby game. The sound is also nice and there are many remixed music tracks from the game Kirby Air Ride for the Gamecube. In every level (excluding the bosses), there are anywhere from 3-5 gold medals that will take skill and quick thinking in order to get. By acquiring these medals, silly but fun minigames are unlocked and can be played at any time. On top of that, you will get a bronze, silver or gold ranking based on how many Kirbys survive throughout each stage. Rest assured, there's a a strong amount of replay value in this game as it will take even experienced gamers a while to acquire all the medals and achieve a gold star ranking for each stage. The only downside is that the Kirbys can sometimes be a little unresponsive and may not move or act in the way you want them to. Despite that tiny flaw, this is a fun game that all Kirby fans should check out. It doesn't follow the classic Kirby formula, but it's a fun and addicting game nonetheless.
Date published: 2012-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had Doubts About Its Overall Idea, But I Was Wrong Beginning: To start out, I did have doubts about this game. I saw the cover with nothing on it except Kirby: Mass Attack. It sounded like a cool title but I decided to wait. When the official cover came out I had doubts. It had you using the stylus the whole time and I don't usually play those kind of games. I also thought the idea of it wasn't a good idea. They were coming out with Kirby: Return to Dreamland, and I was going to reserve it, but then I asked a guy at GameStop which game he thought was better. Kirby: Return to Dreamland, or The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. He said Return to Dreamland would be epic, but Skyward Sword would be legendary. I liked the legendary feeling better and changed my mind. Yeah. But what about Mass Attack? Didn't want any part in the game and didn't think about it. Then for Christmas, I got Kirby: Mass Attack. I was disappointed, but I said "Lets give it a try." I tried the game and found out my assumptions were wrong and it was an amazing game. Let me explain my experience. Game-play: The gameplay overall was very fun. You had 10 Kirby's and you controlled all of them. You flicked, and attacked. Those were Kirby's main attacks. I liked the idea of using fruit to get more Kirbys. My problem with it was that sometimes not all the Kirby's were alert, and attacking took too long. If you had 10 Kirby's it was quick, but the attacking was sort of a waste of time. I did understand for boss battles though. The whole plot was fresh also. Graphics: Would've loved it in 3-D, but for this kind of game, side-scrolling is the way to go. They make their graphics like old Kirby games, but there's something that seems different about it. Its revised, new enemies and bosses, and more fun! Sound: The beginning theme is the most addicting DS theme that I've ever heard! If you listened to it, you'd think the same thing. They returned fun, classic enemy music making it better. Lasting Appeal: One of the longest games I've ever played on a DS, or should I say the longest! It took me 4 months to get through the game. Challenging. Yes. Levels took like 10 minutes or more to complete. The game does sound easy if you count 4 worlds times 10 stages equals 4 worlds times 10 levels equals 40 levels, then you add 5 stages in world 5 equaling 45 stages which comes out to a total of 450 minutes. Sounds short, but once you complete world 4, you'll see why it took me so long. Conclusion: Overall, great game and my doubts were wrong. Buy this game because all of the above makes paying $35 for the game worth it!
Date published: 2012-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good. The game was realy good, I think its adventures and has awsome sounds, it'll last you a while befor you get bored. The only thing I wish the game could do is let you play without the pin. Over all, its a good game.
Date published: 2012-01-22
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