Kirby: Canvas Curse

Strategy Guide/Walkthrough/FAQ

Corey Feldman Interview


Bonus characters

Have the Game Boy Advance game Kirby And The Amazing Mirror in the cartridge slot and load a saved game from it to unlock a bonus character. Alternately, successfully complete Kirby: Canvas Curse with the Game Boy Advance game Kirby's Nightmare In Dream Land in the cartridge slot.

Successfully complete the game to unlock Waddle Dee and also unlock King Dee Dee Dee for purchase (20 medals).

Buy King Dee Dee Dee to unlock Metaknight for purchase (25 medals).

Successfully complete the game with Kirby, Waddle Dee, King Dee Dee Dee, and Metaknight to unlock Waddle Doo.

Jump mini-game

Successfully complete the game with all five characters to unlock the Jump Game selection next to the "Options" button at the main menu.

Block Attack sub-game

Successfully complete level 2 of Block Attack in Boss Games to unlock the Block Attack sub-game.

Cart Run sub-game

Successfully complete level 2 of Cart Run in Boss Games to unlock the Cart Run sub-game.

Paint Panic sub-game

Successfully complete level 2 of Paint Panic in Boss Games to unlock the Paint Panic sub-game.

Kirby: Nightmare In Dreamland music

Have the Game Boy Advance game Kirby And The Amazing Mirror or Kirby's Nightmare In Dream Land in the cartridge slot. Alternately, get 200 medals to be able to buy the music from Kirby: Nightmare In Dreamland for 50 medals.

Alternate title screen

Achieve a 100% game completion to turn the title screen blue.

Final three medals

The last three medals can be obtained by earning an "A" rank in level 3 in each of the sub-games.

Easy lives

You can earn nine lives on the Dash! Jump! mini-game by landing in the small space at the end. Land between 3300 and 3400 to earn nine lives. It is easiest with Meta Knight.

Only get desired items at Medal Swap

Go to the Medal Swap and touch a plate until you have whatever is behind it; do not touch anything yet. If it is something you do not want or is useless, immediately turn off the game then turn it back on and you will still have all your medals. Note: This trick does not work if you exit the Medal Swap before you turn off the power.

Defeating the Drawcia Sorceress and Drawcia Soul

The final battle starts with you battling the Drawcia Sorceress. She mostly floats around the room during the battle. She is easy to defeat if you observe her attacks. One of her attacks is where she jumps across the arena in an attempt to squish you. If you are on the opposite side of the arena it will be easy to avoid. Roll to the other side of the arena immediately after she jumps. If you are on the same side of the arena as her, you must be quick. Roll away from her immediately when you see her lower to the ground to jump, then roll back as soon as you can. Another attack is where she launches herself high in the air then charges back down to smash you. This one might look very hard to avoid, but it is not. When you see her launch into the air, quickly roll to a corner in the part of the room opposite of where she flew. Finally, she will create enemies (and sometimes spikes and bombs) from paintings then fly away, just as she did before the Boss battles. When she draws enemies, just kill them to make her come back. For bombs, touch them until they are all gone. For the spikes, watch the ground. When you see dots of dirt flying up from a specific areas, it indicates where it will pop up. During the battle, she will shoot a big beam from her rear. Draw a line in front of the blast to deflect it back at her. This will stun her and cause her to fall to the ground. Dash at her to damage her. Do this numerous times until she is defeated. Note: It is easier if you constantly stay on the opposite side of the room as her. When you defeat the Drawcia Sorceress, she transforms into the Drawcia Soul, a big creepy looking glob of paint. She will stay in the background, attacking you from a distance for most of the battle. The Drawcia Soul has a lot more attacks than the Sorceress. The first attack is where she will bounce at you attempting to smash you. Just watch where she is rolling and roll away. In her second attack, she will shoot pods at you from a distance. If you do not touch them in time, they will turn into a fireball, iceball, or laser beam. If they turn into attacks, just roll away. Another attack is where she turns to pieces and falls down on you in the form of colorful meteors. Yet another attack is where she transports to where you are located and makes rainbow things come out of a little crack in the back of her which then surround her. You will see the crack when she is doing the attack. Just stay far away from her to avoid it. Draw lines to protect yourself. Finally, she will charge at you as a fireball. When the sky turns red, quickly move to the top screen to avoid it. To defeat her, when the pods open up and you see an eye, tap them with the stylus to launch them back at her. When she transports to where you are currently at, tap her to damage her. You can do this up to three times. Keep doing those two things while avoiding her attacks to defeat her.

Game references

In Paint Skate mode, you can see things such as the Triforce and the Super Smash Bros. symbol.

Medal Swap bonuses

Collect the indicated number of medals to unlock the indicated Medal Swap bonus:

    Bead Line: Six medals
    Course 1-8: Nine medals each
    King Dedede: Twenty medals
    Life Boost: Seven medals
    Life Boost: Twelve medals
    Life Boost: Fourteen medals
    Meta Knight: Twenty-five medals
    Song One: Three medals
    Song Three: Three medals
    Song Two: Three medals
    Tropic Line: Six medals
    Zebra Line: Six medals

Sound test bonus tracks

Successfully complete the World Of Drawcia level with Kirby to unlock the following tracks under the sound test:

    Track 24 (The World of Drawcia)
    Track 40 (Drawcia Demo)
    Track 41 (Dracia Sorceress)
    Track 42 (Drawcia Soul)
    Track 43 (Ending Cinema)
    Track 44 (Credits)
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