So it's basically like a strictly solo version of Epic Yarn, but with an EX Mode and Copy Abilities?
Also, I'm just curious. How do parts where you had to point the Wii remote at the TV like the train transformation work in the 3DS? Do you draw the tracks using the stylus or something?
Yeah so that's pretty much I mentioned so far. You can get free abilities in your room if you have that furniture from the devilish mode however it's random so if you don't like what you get, you can always go out and back in till you get what you want. The EX mode is called devilish mode so you have health, the devil enemy will appear in every stage including boss stages, and prince fluff point will recover your health and as I said before, after you recover from prince fluff, there's no ways in recovering back after you get hit and you'll get less rewards for that, and your 100% completion progress will slow down as well.
It's called ravel abilities so losing the ability applies the same as other Kirby games such as getting hit, falls, and squashed however you can obtain it back by using the yarn whip, but any falls, you will lose that ability you have. What I did mention on my last post explains them how they work and what's best effective and not effective on bosses.
Ok so basically what I did mention before about the controls for the forms being changed, The train transformation has a cursor on your screen so you'll have to use your control stick or D-Pad to control the cursor and then press and hold A to make tracks and then Press the B button to turn around. When playing devilish mode, you'll have to time your B button to dodge the attack. For the Fire truck, you'll have to use L and R buttons to change angles of the water spray and everything else remains unchanged so if you need to know, you can always go to the pause menu and check out the controls for each form.