After eating a tomato belonging to the evil sorcerer Yin-Yarn, Kirby is banished into Patch Land, a world completely made of fabric, which turns him into yarn and makes his abilities to copy enemies by swallowing them and flying useless.[According to Wikipedia]
So begins a thrilling game of Kirby’s Epic Yarn. However, focusing on the awesome graphics and animation will give you more of a feel of why Kirby’s Epic Yarn has a 4.5 rating on Amazon and has sold 1.45 million since 2011.
Even if you don’t like sewing, knitting, and soft elevator music, you can’t help but love the stitch design for the backgrounds of Kirby including zippers he must unzip with a twirl and loops of his whip, he can twirl apart buttons, turn into a string of yarn, and there is even water that looks like blue yarn but runs like a blue river.
Kirby’s enemies can be destroyed by “yoking” them up with his whip-like weapon and her mercilessly unravels them. The cool, serene music will kind of put you to sleep but it keeps up when you have to fight the big bosses. Cloth, textiles, zippers, buttons, yarn and superb knitting, and the amazing ability to copy enemies makes this Kirby unique and fun for all ages.
The dance Kirby and Prince Fluff does at the end of every level will make your day, guaranteed.