The kids are both really in to their Nintendo DS games. Every time we travel, the DS comes along with us. When we received the new Kirby: Mass Attack game for the Nintendo DS, my 6 year old son was excited to give it a try. He does very well with games and I love watching him play. I, personally, think that letting him play games on the Nintendo DS help him with his hand – eye coordination and his entire thought process.
A New Twist on a Pink Hero. 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.
A New Twist on a Pink Hero
Everyone’s favorite, flexible pink hero is back in a whole new adventure for Nintendo DS with a unique gameplay twist, entirely new to the Kirby franchise. In Kirby: Mass Attack, an evildoer with a magic cane appears and amazingly splits Kirby into ten pieces, but resilient as ever, Kirby is not only able to keep all ten parts of himself in close proximity, but to also control each of these simultaneously. Kirby then sets off on a journey to find a way to return to his original form, but there will be challenges and puzzles to face in this, all of which will require your help if Kirby is to become whole again.
Players use the stylus on the touch screen to control a swarm of up to ten Kirby characters at once. Together multiple Kirbys 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. And 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 their stylus on the touch screen. For example, single Kirby characters 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. As with previous Kirby games, success is rewarded with in-game medals — gold, silver and bronze — which are handed out according to how you succeeded. By collecting medals hidden throughout the various stages, players can unlock a wide variety of additional mini-games, each with its own distinctive challenges.
Key Game Features
- An all-new gameplay mechanic in which you control multiple Kirbys simultaneously using your stylus and touch screen controls
- Multiple ways to control Kirbys, including moving each individually or controlling/directing all to a single point
- Unique challenges that require specific numbers of Kirbys and actions
- An new Kirby adventure filled with challenges, puzzles and familiar faces
- A unique mixture of Side-Scrolling Platforming and Real-time Strategy action for Nintendo DS
- An updated medal system that rewards players for their measure of success and reveals additional mini-games as a result
Tucker was able to get through the first few stages pretty fast. As rewards in our home, he is allowed to tackle on the DS with each good school day that he has. Watching him conquer those levels is so much fun, even for me! Overall, we love this game! For more information on Kirby Mass Attack, be sure to visit http://kirby.nintendo.com/massattack/.
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