Summary: I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend, and he absolutely loves it. It was one of his favorite childhood games, so he was very happy to see it. Also, the person I ordered it from left some laffy taffy in the package, which was a nice surprise!
Summary: I can't believe that I'd never played this particular Kirby game. I wasn't originally a huge fan of stylus-only-oriented playing, so I didn't buy this game when it first released. I recently read some fantastic review on the game, so I had to give it a try... and loved it.
Summary: My 9-year-old son loves all Kirby games, and he stumbled on this one while watching YouTube videos of other people playing it. A very creative game play, where you draw/paint various lines on the screen, and the lines form bridges and other structures that then allow you to walk along them.
Summary: This is a truly excellent game. The gameplay is creative, unique, and fun. I also love the paint style of graphics. The music is also very nice (and also has the entire Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland soundtrack as well). The medal swap feature gives you reason reason to keep playing after the main game. A LOT of reason. There is just a huge number of unlockables and collectibles that keeps the game fun for a long time.
Summary: This game is the first Kirby game to be fully touch-screen based. It's interesting. Kirby gets turned into a ball and is forced to get himself back to normal because of a witch. This is one of the most challenging Kirby games I have ever played. It took some very serious time and concentration to get 100% of the game completed. A lot of fun. By the way, my hand never really got hurt playing this game. I was just joking...poorly... Anyway, pick up this title. It's great.
Summary: The game came in the mail within a week. It did not have a plastic cover at all. I purchased it used and the envelope literally had the cartridge wrapped in paper. This kind of stunk because it was part of a birthday gift. We justed emptied out an old case and wrapped it for her. SHe didn't even seem to notice. No problems witht he game so far...have had it for 17 days.
Summary: This game is fairly hard to find, but it is soooo worth the search! If you love Kirby, this game is a must. You control him with the stylus and by drawing rainbow lines on which for him to roll. Kind of hard to explain how great it is without sounding confusing, but this game is one of my favorites.
Graphic Novel / Manga Reader "ownstoomanybooks", Amazon
30 March 2007
Summary: I am an adult gamer...I haven't really played the previous Kirby games on the GBA but I am familiar with Kirby in general so I got myself Kirby Canvas Curse and was skeptical. Boy was I wrong! It's an excellent game! You really do use the stylus ALLL the time! I love it! It took me about 3 weeks to beat the game...almost. I've beat it 99.7 percent.
Summary: If you like to play games, and you like to draw, this is the game for you. You guide kirby around and protect him using your stylus (the little pen in the back of the nintendo ds). Draw circles around him to protect him, draw bridges for him to roll over, and attack enimies by tapping on them! Hours of fun in this little game. I love it! You can never get board with kirby!
Summary: All kirby games on different systems have different gameplay styles. on the ds one, the game lets out the gamer's artistic as kirby was turned into a ball by a witches curse. You use your stylus to draw lines for kirby to follow throughout i think 7 exciting worlds. This game always has awsome, fast pace action. There are also fun little sub games you can play when you get bored of the main game. There are three sub games. Art Attack, Cart run, and block bounce.