CalvinDanielsonFeb 22, 2007Only 5 ability combinations, little creativity, and a less than half a day completion (100%) left me sadly disappointed and short $30. You would have more fun with amazing mirror than with squeak squad, cause at least that uses creativity. I would recommend renting it, but not buying.
Sep 12, 2011A simply generaric platformer. The story is non-existant, so lets not talk about it. The gameplay is bland but you can steal enemy's powers, which is only needed for boss fights and to get chests (about 3 per level). Chests are very easy to get and if you get all of them the first time around (which, again, isn't tough, nor are they hidden), the replayability does not exist. The level design nothing out of the extreme ordinary with little variety, the only special things you find in levels are areas to dig and cannons (ripped out of DKC). The "New" thing this time around is the ability to combine powerups that you have stored on the bottom screen (You can really only store 2 if you are getting chests, which is a bad thing). However, the combinations do not make brand new powerups, only other powerups that don't relate to what you combine. That was supposed to be the hook of the game, too bad it sucks. There are also minigames, which are short but sweet, but they don't really fit with kirby, and if they did would still feel tacked on. This game is also very very short, I beat it in a day, which obviously isn't a good thing. I feel the only good thing is the music, very catchy and overall good. But there are very few tracks and they are repeated often. If you're looking for a good game, skip it. If you're looking for a game for your kids or a short platformer for your DS, consider it.… Expand