Kirby & The Amazing Mirror is a Kirby platform video game released in 2004 for the Game Boy Advance. Unlike most Kirby games, King Dedede does not appear in this game.
Quite right, but there’s not much about it. The Amazing Mirror has been broken up into eight shards. A dark Meta-Knight is the culprit. Kirby must venture throughout Mirror Land, find and recover the fragments, and face the evil behind the Amazing Mirror. The storyline is a tad short of detail.
The game is fulfilled. It’s a lot of fun sucking up monsters and making their cool moves. That’s why this game is so great. If you don’t like the powers, you possess, hit yourself on some monster, and suck up another. The levels are also creative too, differing from one another, and the multiplayer is a lot of fun, but you’ll need to have three other people with their game boy advances, Kirby games, and link cables. Multiplayer is where the real action starts, but one player alone is good too.
The controls are simple and easy but may take a while to learn how to use Kirby to his fullest. The biggest problem I had was how to use the cell phone since half the times I used it to get the other Kirbys to join me, the star takes you back to the clouded lobby. I didn’t know how to suck monsters and imitate their moves until I beat the first boss. Well, that tells some of us to go read the instruction booklet first before even starting the game up. I’d recommend a quick look through it.