The former, as revealed a year ago, is an entirely new game for the Nintendo Switch, while the latter is a remake of Kirby's Epic Yarn, which launch on Wii way back in 2010. The game is set to arrive on March 29.More news: Congo braces for election results after commission meets overnight
The game can be played alone or co-op as players navigate through the stages, solving puzzles and finding treasures.
The platform game developed by Good-Feel, the team behind two other creative games starring Nintendo characters - Yoshi's Wooly World and Kirby's Epic Yarn, will be released on March 29th.More news: Theresa May suffers Brexit setback over no-deal scenario
Nintendo has also incorporated amiibo support in the form of "Kirby hats and abilities", so you'll have another reason to bust out your figures before sending them back to wherever it is they're stashed. You can enjoy it starting on March 8. Both games will be here just in time for spring, so if you anticipate needing an extra shot of happy at the end of winter, these two games will certainly be worth considering.
In this enhanced version of the acclaimed Kirby's Epic Yarn game that originally launched for the Wii system, Kirby is transported into a world made of cloth and yarn to unravel enemies, unzip secret passageways and transform into powerful vehicles.More news: Vic Fangio will be new head coach of the Denver Broncos
In addition, there are new "Ravel Abilities", which include things like a giant yarn ball used to attack enemies, a wire sword that can cut through enemies, and the "Nylon" ability that allows Kirby to generate wind for greater jumps - meaning that these appear to be variations on classic Kirby Copy Abilities.