Though many of the subsequent games in the Kirby series have failed to evolve, the first game was one of the few NES platformers bold enough to change up the usual run and jump game play of the era. A few of the things that helped set it apart from the pack was the ability to fly/ float at will, and most famously Kirby's ability to "eat" his enemy's then either copy their powers or use their body as weapon by spiting them back out at other enemies. This combined with the charming and colorful graphics made Kirby's Adventure a unique, fun, and fresh game to play though. About the only thing this game could be faulted for is some will say that it's too easy, or can be beaten too fast. That how ever is an inaccurate accusation since the length of the game is just as large as many other NES games, and only feels short because of the save feature (a rarity of the time).
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