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Even with it's many faults, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror does something very few games do: Take nonlinear game design to it's absolute limit. The result is a massive set of 9 worlds you are set to explore at your own pace.
The game is deeply flawed in several ways but the unique structure of the game makes it worth playing. And these maps should help.
I liked it, but didn't "love it". It's unique...an experimental Kirby game that tries its hand at the Metroidvania formula that does succeed, but it was also, at times, very frustrating. I did enjoy it and I believe that it's worth a playthrough.
I remember trying this on the 3DS, it looks interesting but having four of Kirby in single player felt like being on the playground when no one's around. I know some people think this game is okay in single player, but without multiplayer it doesn't feel worth it to me.