Kirby: Canvas Curse

Kirby: Canvas Curse, known in Europe as Kirby: Power Paintbrush and in Japan as Touch! Kirby (タッチ!カービィ, Tacchi! Kābī?), is a 2005 platforming video game developed by HAL Laboratory and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. It was first released in Japan on March 24, 2005, and was then later released in North America on June 14, 2005, in Europe on November 25, 2005, and in Australia on April 6, 2006.

While Kirby: Canvas Curse is a platformer, it does not play like a traditional Kirby video game, as it uses the stylus exclusively.

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Kirby: Canvas Curse - Reception
6.5 of 10 Awards GameSpy Editors' Choice IGN Editors' Choice Award Kirby Canvas Curse has received positive critical acclaim since its release, with many reviews ... a welcome reinvention of gaming's most overplayed genre" and later concluded that Canvas Curse is "the DS's first great game" ... it "a satisfying part of the gameplay." Kirby Canvas Curse was the third best-selling game in Japan during its week of release at 75,365 units sold ...

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