Gimmie that cake back, Now!
The graphics are wonderful on the DS bright, crisp, refreshing.
The sound is catchy, traditional Kirby/Mario platform type stuff, not cheapo crazy annoying at all.
The game play is just straight up fun, the controls are extremely responsive, and in a lot of ways it plays like some of the Mega Man games, suck up a foe and capture his powers to make them your own.
There really is not a challenge at all to this game, so you probably wont ever be seeing the words game over, unless you try something crazy, like setting goals for your self to complete.
Regardless of the challenge thats not what this game is about, its about cutesy fun and a surprisingly large amount of freedom, freedom in how you choose to play, there are around 30 different Kirbys to become, 20 or so different colors you can change your Kirby and Tons of other unlockable or collectible things.
Ladies and Gentlemen... Some times, easy is fun. There couldn't be a better example than this great DS platformer.