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• Kirby comes to life in a world of clay, which creates a beautiful backdrop for Kirby’s adventure.
• You take control of Kirby with the stroke of a stylus and draw on the GamePad touch screen to guide Kirby through the world.
• Use the GamePad to control Kirby’s many transformations in unique new ways.
• The intuitive drawing mechanic is a spiritual successor to Kirby: Canvas Curse for Nintendo DS that builds on the game play and takes it in a new direction.
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