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When thieving mice called the Squeaks steal Kirby''s snack along with a ton of Dream Land treasures, the pink powerhouse sets out after them, copying new skills as he goes. Players can expect all the floating, jumping and battling of a classic Kirby game, but now they can even mix abilities and recovery items using the touch screen. With more than 25 upgradeable abilities, including new ones like Animal and Bubble, Kirby will have the tools he needs to defeat his toughest foes yet.
Kirby Squeak Squad for DS
pros: At length, a classic style Kirby game (mostly) with some solid gameplay.
cons: Short. Final boss fight is so anticlimactic it's almost funny.
At Last, the First Real Kirby Game In, Um...
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pros: Cute Graphics and Presentation, Huge List of Power-ups, Very Fun Gameplay
cons: Too Easy, Item Management on Lower Screen Can be a Hassle
Kirby Squeak Squad: - T'was A Case of Stolen Cheesecake
Earlier in it's life, the Nintendo DS saw the release of a Kirby game. Unfortunately for diehard fan... See Full Review
|ESRB Descriptor||Mild Cartoon Violence|
|ESRB Rating||E - (Everyone)|
|Online||LAN Gaming Support|
|Max. Number Of Players||4|
|Release Date||December, 2006|