Dreamland 3 was the last Kirby game on SNES (unless you
include the japansese title No Kirra). It became a game
fans either liked, or didn't like. It featured the new
graphical look of the crayon or "scribbly" feel. The
graphics alone brought people in or turned them away from
playing the game.
his "unique" abilities, and traded them for the basic
fire, stone, cutter, etc. While his attacks are limited,
the introduction of 3 new friends plus 3 old ones, when
Kirby has an ability and then teams up with a friend, a
new power is born. Chu Chu and fire make the hot
airballoon for example, while Pitch has some great
of mini games, extra options, two-player mode and more,
this game is a blessing to anyone looking for an action
packed game full of puzzles and fun characters. The bosses
are bright and colorful... and somewhat challenging. Like
all Kirby games, you haven't really beat the game unless
you have 100% or haven't done that little extra something.
Which means people will be playing this for a long time.