Kirby and The Rainbow Curse is a game where you play as Kirby, a human who is a cursed being who has been cursed to have dreams of a rainbow.
The dream is that Kirby will defeat the curse and return to normal.
Unfortunately, the dream is not realistic and the game ends with Kirby having to face the curse again.
However, the curse is strong enough that Kirby can still defeat it and return home.
However Kirby has not been back to normal since he was banished.
Kirby is the first Kirby game to have a non-linear story mode.
This mode is the basis of the rest of the Kirby games in the Kirby series.
In the game, Kirby and his friends are sent to a new world called The Land of Dream Land.
They are tasked with destroying the dream-based portal and stopping the evil King Boo, a being who is obsessed with dreaming.
After defeating the portal, they find that the dream has been altered to be a portal to a far-off world.
Kirby is forced to fight the evil king and defeat him, before returning home.
As the title of the game implies, Kirby is a curse.
The curse prevents him from ever becoming a normal human again, and it causes him to be cursed with a special dream.
In order to fight it, Kirby must defeat all of the creatures and obstacles within his dream, but the Dream Maker is the key to this game’s gameplay.
The game features several new levels, which are not found in previous Kirby games.
Kirby’s Dream Land is divided into six zones, each with a different enemy and enemy type.
Kirby can switch between different zones to gain a certain amount of experience points.
The levels are also procedurally generated, which means that each time a new level is added to the game (and thus the player is forced into a new area), the level is changed.
In addition to the boss battles, the player will also be able to play as the new enemy Kirby.
Kirby plays the role of the hero of the Land of Dreams, as he is able to control and jump through a variety of objects and objects that can be used as platforms.
The player can also climb to certain areas of the level to gain an advantage.
Unlike the previous Kirby titles, this game has a new sound effect for every level.
The game’s music is very reminiscent of Kirby’s past games.
While Kirby’s Adventure has a more linear plot than most of the other Kirby games, Kirby’s Rainbow Curse has its own distinct storyline that begins with Kirby’s childhood.
This plotline also features a new enemy called the Crystal Beast.
The Crystal Beast is a living machine, and will attempt to eat Kirby and steal his dreams.
The protagonist must defeat this enemy to stop the Crystal beast.
Like all of Kirby games that have appeared in the series, Kirby will also appear in other Kirby-related titles, including Kirby’s Epic Yarn Adventure and Kirby: Planet Robobot.