Kirby's Epic Yarn
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Series Game Grumps
Console Wii
Episodes 30
Playlist Danny and Arin play the cutest game ever.
Run August 1, 2013 - August 4, 2013
August 23, 2013 - September 5, 2013
September 21, 2013 - September 29, 2013
November 29, 2013 - December 3rd, 2013
Status Complete

  Kirby's Epic Yarn is the tenth game played by Danny and Arin on Game Grumps.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Dan plays as Kirby, while Arin plays as Prince Fluff. The two play through the main story and complete the game.

Game Information[edit | edit source]

Kirby's Epic Yarn, known in Japan as Keito no Kirby (毛糸のカービィ Keito no Kābī, lit. "Yarn Kirby"), is a 2010 platform video game developed for the Wii video game console by Good-Feel and HAL Laboratory, and published by Nintendo. It is the tenth installment of the Kirby video game series and was released in October 2010 in Japan and North America and in February 2011 in Australia and Europe. It is the first entry in the Kirby series on a home console since 2003's Kirby Air Ride and its first home console platform game since 2000's Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.

After eating a tomato belonging to the evil sorcerer Yin-Yarn, Kirby is banished into Patch Land, a world completely made of fabric, which turns him into yarn and makes his abilities to copy enemies by swallowing them and flying useless. He must help Prince Fluff by collecting seven pieces of magic yarn that are used to stitch Patch Land together. Kirby can also transform into objects like a car, a dolphin and a parachute at certain parts of the game.

Before the game's release, Kirby's Epic Yarn won numerous awards at E3 2010 including Game of the Show from GameSpot. Upon its release, it was received with generally positive reviews, with a score of 88.67% on GameRankings and an 86/100 on MetaCritic. IGN gave the game an Editor's Choice award and ranked it as #95 in their "Top 100 Modern Games". As of April 2011, Kirby's Epic Yarn has sold 1.59 million copies worldwide.

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Episodes[edit | edit source]

  2. Happy Piano
  3. Rainbow Falls
  4. Surprisingly Sinister
  5. Some Like it Hot
  6. Drifting Apart
  7. Dot Fart
  8. Phoenix Write Me a Letter
  9. Too Close, All Comfort
  10. Happy Train
  11. Behind the Seams
  12. The Incredible Squashini
  13. Everything's Probably Okay
  14. Don't Even Care
  15. I'm a Skeleton?!?
  16. Whale of a Good Time
  17. Waddle Don't You Start
  18. Tight Knit
  19. Getting Inky
  20. Fluffy Snow
  21. Stay Frosty
  22. Dedede Duhduhduh
  23. Plenty of Space
  24. Electric Slide
  25. Popsicle Stick
  26. Knight Time
  27. The Twenties
  28. Drift Off to Sleep
  29. Stars and Magic and Blood
  30. Finale

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Gif of the Kirby growing in the thumbnail.

  • Kirby's Epic Yarn is one of the few games in the series that have at least 30 episodes.
  • After Episode 10, the Kirby on the thumbnails has been steadily increasing in size.
  • In reference to an episode, if you go to, it will redirect you to the Amazon purchase of the game.
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