Well, Kann's idea is a winner, in my opinion, but I still try to throw my non-existing hat into the ring as well.
Since the closing of Club Penguin, many of their loyal users and huge fanbase are left with a giant hole in their hearts. However, to fill the void of emptiness within them, we gotta replace it with something entirely else. Not with alcohol, not with drugs, and especially not with food. Get that dumb shit out of here. Here comes the one and only thing they'll need in their lives:
That's right. We're aiming to be in the mainstream with these babies. These babies will sell faster than hotcakes. I'm talking about the big bucks here. We're not only making them for a new platform; we're selling merchandise as well. Plushies, in fact, with separated accessories to your liking. And those Plushies have all sorts of uses for the average person, such as dressing them up, collecting them, giving them to the little ones for a good night's sleep, doing Pokemon-esque fights, having imaginary tea parties, or telling them your deepest and most disturbing thoughts in private. (Despite unknowingly having a microphone and a GPS tracker in them for customer and consumer research.)
Making these bad bois is super easy. I'll show you how down below. First, use the shape and give it a pose of your choice, then add the wished bug feature, use a color palette of your liking, and bingo bongo presto, it is done. A well-crafted masterpiece, if I do say so myself:
As you can see, the bug features combined with the simple ball shape give the Ku-Maruwu its uniqueness to stand out on its own with its design. The Ku-Maruwu comes in 6 different bug types:
and last but not least, the deadliest of them all, the
Now, you might ask yourself, "Papa, how did you come up with such a brilliant idea?" and you would be surprised how disappointed I am if you didn't already notice the resemblance from the first picture. I'm actually selling Kirby Personas (or Kirbsonas) to the unknowing crowd and getting in a massive copyright lawsuit just for fame and money.
Anyways, I hope you like my presentation, and maybe we will see each other next time when I try to sell the self-heating underwear to you. (Which is just underwear I put in the microwave while you were distracted by some rattle keys or something.)
That's about it. See ya.