Kirby's Epic Yarn
KIRBYS EPIC FAIL
the game has okay graphics but no kirby vibe it feels like it should be for 3 year olds I love kirby I don't want it to end up being a stupid replica of barney in a tutu
great for all ages
Love this game - my whole family plays it. We have had our wii system for 2 + mos. and it continues to be a favorite. I happen to sew and I am so impressed with the creativity that is put into this game. You will love it!
Never Will Beat Mario
This game is fun but way to easy and short. Kirby will never beat Mario. The games multiplayer is pretty fun but this isn't really a amazing game. IF you like Mario you should buy this cause it's kind of like Super Mario Bros. Rating: 6.5
Fun Game! To easy.
This game is a fun game but it will never be as good as Super Mario. The game is to short and way to easy. If you like Mario you should buy this.
Great for 2 players, enjoyed it with my lil bro
great game first kirby game i played hoping to get to play other kirby games.me and my brother had a great time playing with it very funny.
EVERYONE stop hating this game is awesome!!! It trulely is amazing the fact kirby can suck enemies up and get thier abilities. The game is up to 4 players which include kirby,waddle dee, king dedede, and metaknight!!!
i loved it at first but once you finish it becomes lame.it isint kirbys best,not at all, cuz you have 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 lifes.it is good for kids.thats it.
Imaginative, simple fun for all ages
Kirby's Epic Yarn is obviously geared toward a younger audience, but older gamers will still find plenty to appreciate about it. It's a 2D side-scroller like the Kirby games of old...but instead of vacuuming in enemies to gain their powers, Kirby wields a whip-like string to unravel enemies and interact with objects. The creative art design is genius--everything is made out of yarn, wool, buttons, and various other arts-and-crafts store materials (in other words, everything oozes cuteness). The music and sound effects sound similar to a classic Disney cartoon at times--melodic, harmless stuff. There's no way to die: All getting hit and falling will do is make you lose beads, the collectable "coins" of the game. Another player can join in as Prince Fluff--a blue version of Kirby, essentially--and it's great fun to toss each other around. Also included is a fun decorating mini-game, where you can place furniture and acquired secret items inside your own apartment room (you can even take photos to show friends). Aside from collecting all of the secret items, there's not much challenge or longevity here...just some light platforming and puzzle solving. That makes this one a great choice for the younger kids; something to ween them on before you move them up to something harder, like Mario--or Call Of Duty, haha.
its ok (but great for ageges 4-9)
its fun until you complete it. it is not good for hardcore gamers. because you have unlimited lives.its fun for my little bro and his friend. it is defently not the best kirby game
I could understand why some people like or hate it
Well, I was really surprised when I saw this game on retail. I've played some Kirby games in the past and I was surprised on what hit the box art. I couldn't believe my eyes and actually saw that Nintendo was actually taking the risks of trying something new. When I bought the game, I was really impressed by the game. The gameplay is simple, being that Kirby isn't able to swallow anything but curl up enemies into a ball with yarn. And the two-player mode really adds to the fun gameplay and very beautiful environment. If you like Kirby games then this is for you. But I could understand why some would hate it. It may be very easy, and you can't die in the game, but I don't care about any of those details.