Nintendo always seems experiment with the pink ball that is Kirby more then they do with any of there older characters, and they always seem to feel really new and inventive. That's no different with Kirby Mass Attack. The pink little ball pulls it off again but this time there's ten of him and that just makes it all the better. You control the entire game with the touch screen and your stylus. The game is at its best when you have all ten of your Kirbys. Although at some points controlling them all can get a little hectic and frustrating on some of the more difficult levels with forced scrolling, but none the less I didn't mind losing all of my Kirbys and trying again because i felt like i learned something every time i died and that I could get some of the stuff i missed and not die the second time around. The game also has collectible coins each in each of the levels which can very anywhere from just three in one level to six or seven and the things that you unlock with these coins are actually really fun little side games staring Kirby. As spares as this game might seem from the outside there really is a lot of stuff in Kirby Mass Attack and it's all worth seeing at least once and probably more as this game sucks you in with the collectibles and just over all delightfulness of each level.