KÄbÄ« SÅ«pÄreinbÅ?) and in PAL regions as Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush, is a 2015 platforming video game in the Kirby series, developed by HAL Laboratory for Wii U. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse carries on the style of gameplay from Canvas Curse, presenting the game with a unique modelling clay look. Elline, a paintbrush fairy from the land of Seventopia, goes through the portal in order to escape an evil force and uses her powers to bring color back to Kirby and Waddle Dee. The Wii U game's polymer clay art style was chosen to create a more three-dimensional version of the DS game's painterly style, while the framerate of the animations was kept low so the game would look like it was made in claymation. The game is filled with a surprisingly diverse load of gimmicks so it excites in many ways. He disliked that Kirby could not steal enemies' abilities like in Canvas Curse, and thought that the vehicles Kirby could turn into made certain levels "even more stripped-down." While he found the controls functional, the repetitive boss fights were frustrating due to the stylus' lack of precision.
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