orb3000 · Feb 16, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Game – Kirby’s Run for Windows Mobile

XDA member zarpy presents another simple game for your WVGA resolution Windows Mobile device. In Kirby’s Run, you need to collect the coins to make your weapon fire, you have two choices: Gray Kirby who will gets fireball power and pink Kirby who will get sword power when he collects the coins. The developer gives some tips for the game:

1) For beginners the pink kirby might be better because the sword weapon stays with you until it collides with enemy.
2) For the most part dont aim for king dede becuase he will probaly jump over your sword and fireball attacks.
3) Each coin you collect is worth 1,000 points plus reloads your attack. After you use attack you need to collect another coin before you can attac again.

If you like it please leave some comments.

Originally posted by zarpy
Kirby’s Adv. Run WVGA (run game) for windows mobile

Ok welcome to kirbys run , with 2 types of kirbys. Collect the coin to fire your weapon , after you fire your weapon you need to collect another coin to fire again.

Start Game

Mouse click on the Kirby you want to play you have 2 choices.
Gray kirby gets fireball power when he collects coins.
Pink Kirby get sword power when he collects coins.
Collect coin to use power once collect another to use power again.

Controls

Kirby runs automatically.
lower left corner= jump
lower right corner= fire weapon.
The game gets faster as you progress.
Feel free to post this game if you like it to any site!!!

You can find more information in the game thread.


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