Friday, 20 May 2011

Kirby Kirby eep eep

It's just typical, isn't it? I get a nice, modern(ish) console with a bright colour screen and what do I do? Get completely hooked on a monochrome Game Boy game. To be precise, Kirby's Pinball Land, which I remember from days of old. It's not stunningly original or deviously complex, but it is incredibly addictive. I'm not that good at pinball (I've only just managed to reach the 500,000-point mark) but I still enjoy it hugely. It's a shame nobody wrote a native GP2X pinball game, actually.


  1. If you like kirby: Try the kirby games for the gba emulator gpsp, too. Their are just amazing.

  2. I haven't really had much of a look at gpsp yet, but it is on my to-do list, yeah. I've played the old NES Kirby's Adventure, and that was fun -- pretty impressive for the hardware, too. I'm not generally a huge fan of overly complex games, so maybe it's the simplicity of Kirby's design that appeals.