...The true battle begins
Having recently seen a trailer for the new Kirby Game due for release later in the year, I was reminded of one of my favourite Kirby Titles 'Kirby 64'
As fun as the main game was, being (to my knowledge) the first Kirby game allowing you to combine two powers together with interesting and often bizarre results, the real fun of this title was in the Multiplayer Mini Games
Out of the three games, 'Bumper Crop Bump' was (and still is) my favourite. The objective is to catch falling fruit (or treasure) but if you at touching another player it is possible to switch places with them allowing for infinite opportunities to screw over your friends with tactical switches
also the music of that minigame was brilliant
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Kirby & Waddle Dee (c) Hal Laboratory & Nintendo
Art by Me