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Box artwork for Kirby's Epic Yarn.
Box artwork for Kirby's Epic Yarn.
Kirby's Epic Yarn
Developer(s)Good-Feel, HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Year released2010
System(s)Wii, Wii U
SeriesKirby
Genre(s)Platform
ModesSingle player, Co-op
Rating(s)CERO All agesESRB EveryonePEGI Ages 3+
Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn
Developer(s)Good-Feel, HAL Laboratory
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Year released2019
System(s)Nintendo 3DS
LinksKirby's Epic Yarn ChannelSearchSearch

Kirby's Epic Yarn is a 2D platformer spin-off Kirby game developed by Good-Feel and Hal Laboratory and published by Nintendo on October 14, 2010. It has an arts-and-crafts aesthetic, similarly to its spiritual sequel Yoshi's Woolly World.

Story[edit | edit source]

Kirby encounters a yarn magician named Yin-Yarn and gets turned into yarn himself and sent to Patch Land. Here he meets Prince Fluff, who explains that Yin-Yarn tore apart the continents of Patch Land, so the two set off on an adventure to restore Patch Land and save Dream Land from the clutches of the yarn wizard.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Kirby and Prince Fluff can use a yarn whip and different small and large (Metamortex) yarn transformations to progress through levels, the design of which is diverse and based around the transformations. Most foes are not hostile, and there is no life or damage system, instead having a bead collection system as the main currency.

The game reintroduces the hub level system from Kirby's Adventure and Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land. Kirby also now owns a pad, located at apartment 101 in Quilty Court, where he can put furniture and other stuff. This game's sub-games are played through Kirby's neighbors, such as Zeke and Beadrix. Neighbors move in when Kirby puts correct furniture in their apartments.

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