Kirby: Canvas Curse – Silver Submarine Piano Sheet Music

Kirby: Canvas Curse was released in 2005 for the Nintendo DS. Kirby is able to use the stylus to draw paths for Kirby to follow, allowing Kirby to go where he has never gone before. Kirby makes his way through 6 worlds and fights 3 bosses, with an alternate final boss if Kirby collects all of the treasure chests in each world. Kirby’s friends Rick the Hamster, Kine the Fish, and Coo the Owl help Kirby find his way through the underwater stages. Kirby: Canvas Curse – Silver Submarine Piano Sheet Music is available for print on 8notes.com!

The Silver Submarine is one of Kirby’s many new forms in Kirby: Canvas Curse. Kirby is able to turn into this submarine whenever he enters water for the first time in each world, but Kirby can only use the Silver Submarine when Kirby has at least one power heart left. Kirby must collect 3 power hearts before Kirby can attack enemies with torpedoes instead of stars. The Silver Submarine starts out with a single torpedo that Kirby fires at enemies, but Kirby can upgrade his torpedoes when Kirby rescues King Dedede from the Creepers in White Wafers. Kirby is able to choose between 3 different sets of torpedoes when he rescues King Dedede after collecting every chest in the world Kirby is in. Kirby: Canvas Curse – Silver Submarine Piano Sheet Music is only available for print on 8notes.com! Kirby: Canvas Curse – Silver Submarine Piano Sheet Music can be found below after 5 paragraphs of background information about Kirby: Canvas Curse.

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