Sucked into a world made of cloth by the evil sorcerer Yin-Yarn, Kirby discovered he'd been turned into yarn! Kirby's Epic Yarn (known in Japan as ??????? - Keito no Kabii, meaning Yarn Kirby) is a platformer Kirby game for the Nintendo Wii that was originally released in Japan on October 14, 2010, but was then released on October 17, 2010 in North America, on February 24, 2011 in Australia, on February 25, 2011 in Europe and on September 1, 2011 in South Korea.
Kirby's Epic Yarn was the first non-Virtual Console Kirby game to be released for the Nintendo Wii. One other significant change from Kirby's previous appearances is that he has lost the ability to inhale, and all the abilities that go with it (including the ability to puff up and float), as air goes right through his new body. The multiplayer feature allows a second player to control Prince Fluff, the prince of Patch Land, who is similar in appearance to Kirby.[6] The entirety of the game's content can be accessed by playing with one or two players. Notably, this is the first game since Kirby's Avalanche, which is dubiously canon, to feature Kirby speaking during cutscenes, making it the first game in the main series, and possibly the first canonical game, to do so.
Yin-Yarn the sorcerer runs amok in Dream Land, turning everything, citizens included, into yarn. Kirby finds himself in a strange land, where everything is made of yarn - and due to the sorcerer's magic, himself as well. Interlude: Eventually Kirby's stomach starts growling, so he searches for food in a tree, but cannot seem to find any.
After defeating Hot Wings in Hot Land, Kirby and Prince Fluff find the magic yarn that stitches Hot Land and Treat Land together. Meanwhile, back in Dream Land, a group of Waddle Dees are working for King Dedede inside the castle.
After defeating Squashini, Kirby and Fluff find the magic yarn that stitches Treat Land to Water Land.
Back in Dream Land, Yin-Yarn's Waddle Dee impostors capture the real Waddle Dees and corner Dedede. Once again, back in Dream Land, while roaming the skies on Battleship Halberd, Meta Knight notices some changes in Dream Land's landscape. Kirby, Prince Fluff, Meta Knight, and King Dedede use the sock to transport to Yin-Yarn and confront him; upon their arrival at Dream Land, they find that Yin-Yarn has discarded his sock and Dream Land is covered with yarn and fabric, with Castle Dedede now floating ominously overhead.
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In this form, Kirby couldn't inhale or use Copy Abilities, but he gained new powers and could change his shape in amazing ways.


First uncovered at E3 on June 15, 2010, it was also the first Kirby platformer to be released a home console since Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards for the Nintendo 64. In its place, Kirby gains the use of the yarn whip, which is his main means of interaction with the game world. Kirby defeats the monster by using his weight form and obtains a piece of yarn that stitches Quilty Square to Grass Land. King Dedede notices that one of the Waddle Dees, being made out of yarn, "looks a little strange", but he ignores this. Kirby and Prince Fluff eventually track down Yin-Yarn and defeat him; however, his knitting needles come to life and use the magic yarn to give a new spin on him as Mega Yin-Yarn.
Brutal Mario is well known for its large amount of bosses, most of which come from different games. With the help of Prince Fluff, the heroic prince of Patch Land, Kirby set out to defeat Yin-Yarn.
It can be used to unravel or wrap up enemies to be thrown, latch onto buttons, and pull on zippers, or otherwise manipulate the stage to remove walls or close gaps. Thinking it to be a Maxim Tomato, he starts to inhale to eat it just as Yin-Yarn appears and starts to introduce himself. As a dismayed Prince Fluff explains, Yin-Yarn split Patch Land into seven parts, and he still has five missing pieces to find. It's actually Prince Fluff shaking the tree and he says this is the way to get food in Patch Land, and proceeds to shake several apples and Kirby out of the tree.
Yin-Yarn, hiding behind some boxes, continues to sew more yarn Waddle Dees with his needles.
Yin-Yarn comes out and uses his sock to suck Dedede away into Patch Land and transform him into yarn. When Kirby and Prince Fluff find him guarding Space Land's magic yarn, his eyes flash between yellow and purple, as he is under Yin-Yarn's possession. Thinking fast, Meta Knight flies over and drops a Tankbot Metamortex, and Kirby powers up and decimates Mega Yin-Yarn. In addition, Carol has plans to remake the Wendy, Iggy, Doom Wall, Larry and Big Bad Kirby battles. All of the surfaces as well as Kirby and Prince Fluff's bodies are physics-enabled to great tactile effect; surfaces deform dynamically when trodden on, yarn outlines of characters and the yarn whip behave realistically, and movements and transformations are lively and fluid. Also, Kirby can now transform into several forms at will, and can access the Super Transformations via the use of a Metamortex.


Yin-Yarn gets angry at Kirby eating the tomato, and sucks him into a sock tied with a string around his neck. Unsure of what to do, but still wanting to help, Kirby transforms into a car and drives off with the yarn boy. Being his helpful self, Kirby promises his help to make Patch Land a peaceful place once again, and the two set off on their adventure. Yin-Yarn cackles, saying that Dream Land will be his soon enough, although he confesses that he is not sure what to do with it.
While he wanders Snow Land, he sees Kirby and starts to run over, but a puppeteer's device comes in from out of nowhere and knocks him unconscious, then takes control of his body.
Once Kirby defeats him, he is freed, and promptly disappears into his cape, while Kirby and Fluff get the last piece of magic yarn, which stitches Patch Land fully back together. His knitting needles are banished to the far reaches of Patch Land, and the yarn spell soon wears off, with Kirby and Dream Land returning to normal.
It turns out that Yin-Yarn's tomato was a Metamato, and from eating it, Kirby can now transform into different things at will. When he is defeated by Kirby, he returns to normal and the magic yarn from the puppeteer's device is relinquished, and stitches Snow Land to Space Land. They head back to Patch Castle to celebrate, but are interrupted when an unconscious Meta Knight wakes up. Prince Fluff says farewell to Kirby and leaves that magical sock for Kirby to come visit whenever he wants. The boy introduces himself as Prince Fluff, and offers Kirby to go over to Patch Castle, which teaches Kirby the basics of Patch Land.
He apologizes for attacking them and blames the yarn, and explains what is happening in Dream Land. After the credits roll, Kirby is shown sleeping in a field with the sock in his hands, dreaming of his new friends in Patch Land. Kirby is upset that Yin-Yarn is taking over, but Prince Fluff pulls out another magical sock. It turns out that Yin-Yarn had only stolen one of the pair, and now that Patch Land is restored, the sock should regain its normal magic.



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