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The Legendary Starfy - Nintendo DS

The fifth Starfy game is the first to make its way to the west on Nintendo DS and brings the relaxed underwater platforming, humor and colorful cut-scenes that fans should expect!
  • Release date: 2009
  • Genre: Platformer
  • Developer: Tose
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Rating: Everyone (E)
  • Players: 1-2 Players
  • Donated by: Sebastian from Aberdeen, Scotland, Felicity from Worcestershire, United Kingdom
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
  • Tags: Platform game, DS, Handheld
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a classic style platformer. loads of fun.

i would play this

The quirky Starfy looks like something straight out of a Kirby game but will be remembered for different things. He plays nothing like Kirby does. Starfy is mostly underwater and his main gimmick is spinning. It is an unusual and very Japanese-styled platformer that the U.S. hadn't been introduced to before this came out.

Squid Invasion
Fantastic action platformer that is just enjoyable and relaxing to play. You really can't go wrong if you decide to pick this up and you will certainly get an interesting experience playing through the Starfy series.


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