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- Each baby gives Yoshi access to unique powers while they cling to his back - Baby Mario gives Yoshi speed, Baby Wario gives him magnetism for picking up coins, and so on
- Scroll up and down on the DS dual screen setup to see what lives above and beneath
- Hurl eggs at objects on the top screen and tackle super-tall enemies that fill both screen
- Hidden in every level are flowers, stars, red coins, and character coins, so even after you finish the game, the terrific sense of surprise continues
- Enjoy the many minigames and bonus levels, too!
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Yoshi's Island is an all-new platformer starring Yoshi and his friends! A mysterious floating island has suddenly appeared over Yoshi's peaceful home. Soon after its arrival, a gaggle of kids vanishes from the island school. Thankfully, Baby Mario, Baby Peach, Baby Donkey Kong and Baby Wario manage to avoid being kidnapped. Now, Yoshi and the four young superstars must set out on a wild and colorful quest to rescue the kids and investigate the ominous island hovering overhead. Thanks to the power of Nintendo DS, all of the lush vistas and perilous paths of Yoshi's Island span two screens.
Top customer reviews
Yoshi takes baby Mario on an adventure. You have to make eggs hit clouds to restore your health if Mario falls off from hitting a bad guy. Your objective is to collect 5/5 flowers, 30/30 stars, and 20/20 red coins in each board to receive a 100% score.
I cannot tell you how many worlds there are total but I know there are 10 levels per world and I believe there has to be over 6-8 worlds total so a total of 60-80 boards/levels to play and perfect. Each board is replayable so you can play it over and over until you receive all the coins, flowers, and stars.
Like most Mario games, these games are challenging whether its the first time you play it or the 300th time you played it. That is what I love about these games. It doesn't matter how long you have it, it's still challenging to play no matter when you go back to it.
Gameplay takes a long time. I would say the first level, first board took me 3-4 minutes to complete and that was the easiest one. I played for about 45 minutes and only got to level 1-5. I'm not the best gamer in the world, but this wasn't my first rodeo either so that tells you how long it takes to complete the game.
I would recommend this game for children over 8. My seven year old could play it but didn't have the patience to read all the little tip boxes to find out what to do. Then again, he plays COD and Minecraft no problem. This just wasn't of any interest to him. My 12-year-old played it with no issue.
This was all about nostalgia to me. I bought it because I owned the Super Nintendo version and this did not disappoint! If you're a Mario lover because you love the challenge no matter how many times you play it, check this game out too! It's slightly different gameplay will give you something new and exciting.