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Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble 2 would have been the sequel to Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble had it seen release. It was first announced at Nintendo Spaceworld 2001. It would use the GBA as a controller, using a special GBA cart with motion sensors. In 2002, the development of Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble 2 was changed. Nintendo removed Kirby from the game, and it became Roll-o-Rama. It was essentially the same project, but without Kirby. After some years of development, Roll-o-Rama vanished and the project was quietly cancelled.
The game would use the GBA as a controller, using a special GBA cart with motion sensors. This would work by the player tilting the GBA to guide Kirby throughout the stages. Similar to its predecessor, Kirby would defeat the enemies in each level by jumping rather than inhaling them. The player would also collect miniature yellow stars and would travel through each stage with the objective of reaching the goal.