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Kirby's Epic Yarn
Kirby's Epic Yarn
Publisher Nintendo
Genre Platformer
Release Date October 14, 2010
Episodes 1
Playlist Nintendo theories
Theorist Game Guide

Kirby's Epic Yarn is a game featured in Game Theory.

Game information Edit

Kirby's Epic Yarn is a 2010 platforming game published by Nintendo and the tenth game in the Kirby franchise. unique game feature is the entire world being made of yarn, similar to Yoshi's Woolly World. The unique graphic style is incorporated into the gameplay, with Kirby using a yarn whip to swing on buttons, activate zips and pulleys, and rolling enemies up into a ball of yarn and throw them. Because of this, Kirby is unable to inhale, copy, or fly. Kirby can glide with a parachute. Kirby can also transform, while dashing he can turn into a car, and while underwater he turns into a submarine, and other vehicles depending on the area. Instead of health or lives, Kirby loses beads when damaged. Beads can be used to buy customizable furniture and wallpaper for Kirby's apartment, and additional furniture can be found in hidden treasure chests in each level.

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