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Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’S Island

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Yoshi can also pound the ground from mid-air to bury objects or break through soft earth. The dinosaur's long tongue grabs enemies at a distance.

The eggs also bounce off of surfaces in the environment. Up to six eggs can be stored this way, and will trail behind the character.

For instance, watermelons let Yoshi shoot seeds from his mouth like a machine gun, and fire enemies turn his mouth into a flamethrower. Other power-ups transform Yoshi into vehicles including cars, drills, helicopters, and submarines.

A star power-up makes Baby Mario invulnerable and extra fast. While Yoshi is "virtually invincible", if hit by an enemy, Baby Mario will float off his back in a bubble while a timer counts down to zero.

When the timer expires, Koopas arrive to take Baby Mario [2] and Yoshi loses a life. Shigeru Miyamoto in Next Generation , September After the release of Super Mario World , the character of Yoshi gained popularity and starred in puzzle game spin-offs such as Yoshi and Yoshi's Cookie.

Hino felt that they had already explored every possible avenue with 2D Mario platformers the 3D Super Mario 64 being in its preliminary stages at this point.

After brainstorming, he landed on the idea of using Yoshi as the main character of a platforming game, with the goal of being more accessible than previous games in the Mario series.

Newly-hired artist Hisashi Nogami conceived the game's unique marker-drawn artstyle. The graphics were achieved by drawing them by hand, digitally scanning them, and then approximating them pixel-by-pixel.

Donkey Kong Country released partway into development and resulted in the computer-generated artstyle becoming the norm for late-generation Super Nintendo games, but it was too late for the graphic designers to incorporate such a style into the game; instead, they pushed the hand-drawn artstyle even further as a way to "fight back".

According to Miyamoto, Yoshi's Island was in development for four years, which let the team add "lots of magic tricks". The visible area was also reduced to fit the handheld's smaller screen.

It did not receive a wider release. Yoshi's Island received "instant" and "universal acclaim", according to an IGN retrospective [24] and video game review aggregator Metacritic , respectively.

To wit, Nicholas Dean Des Barres said it was "one of the handful of truly perfect games ever produced", and lamented that the magazine had given Donkey Kong Country , which he felt was a lackluster game in comparison, the extra single point for a perfect score.

Delgrego credited Yoshi's Island with perfecting the genre, calling it "perhaps the greatest platformer of all time". Both contemporaneous and retrospective reviewers praised the art, [27] [25] [4] level design, and gameplay, [2] [27] [25] [6] [21] which became legacies of the game.

Edge praised the game's balance of challenge and accessibility. The magazine thought that the new power-ups of Yoshi's Island gave its gameplay and level design great range, and that the powers were significant additions to the series on par with the suits of Super Mario Bros.

Thomas wrote that the game's story was also interesting as the origin story for the Mario brothers.

He added that Yoshi's morphing abilities [2] and sound effects were designed well. Multiple retrospective critics declared Yoshi's Island a "masterpiece".

Thomas wrote that game marked where Yoshi "came into his own" and developed many of his definitive characteristics: the "signature" flutter jump, and ability to throw eggs and transform shape.

Delgrego continued that the game's countdown-based life was a "revolutionary" mechanic that would later become ubiquitous in games like the Halo series.

He said the game was "perhaps the most imaginative platformer" of its time. Yoshi's Island led to a strong year for Yoshi as a character.

Yoshi's Island graphics and characters were also incorporated into the Super Nintendo tile puzzle game Tetris Attack.

Following Yoshi's Island 's success, Nintendo developed Yoshi's Story , a platformer for the Nintendo 64 , which "disappointed" audiences and deflated "massive Yoshi had a similar move set to Yoshi's Island and added dash and float abilities, but was more passive a character compared to the babies on his back.

About seven years later, series producer Takashi Tezuka decided enough time had passed to make another direct sequel, Yoshi's New Island , Nintendo 3DS.

The game adds the ability to swallow big foes, which become big eggs that can destroy big obstacles. Yoshi's Island DS developer Arzest assisted in its development.

Wii , was released 14 years later. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yoshiaki Koizumi Hisashi Nogami. Super Mario Yoshi.

The more you play the game, the more surprises it will give you. As far as the quantity and quality of game ideas are concerned, Yoshi's Island is second to none.

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They act in the same fashion as them: they stop moving when looked at and follow a Yoshi when a Yoshi turns away from them.

They can be defeated only by looking away from them and bouncing an egg off a wall to hit them.

Cactus enemies that shoot Needlenoses at a Yoshi, indicated by a flashing crosshair. Throwing eggs at them or ground pounding nearby temporarily stuns them.

They can be defeated only with a blue watermelon. Balloons in the shape of Boos that wander around an area, attempting to attack a Yoshi.

Hitting them with an egg inflates them; three hits defeats them. Adhesive ghosts that stick to the floor or ceiling and jump up periodically.

Ghost enemies that stop moving when looked at and follow a Yoshi when facing away. Bouncing Bullet Bill. Bullet-like enemies that are emitted from a Turtle Cannon and travel in a straight line.

Rotund, circular enemies that attack in pairs by jumping on top of each other. When one is defeated, the other Burt jumps more quickly.

They can be defeated with an egg or ground pound. Stationary foes that can be moved only when shot by an egg. If they come in contact with anything while rolling, they explode.

Ghosts that appear from drainage grates. Hitting them with eggs shrinks them until they disappear momentarily, before regrowing to their large size.

Confined, dog-like enemies that are confined and lunge at a Yoshi within their range of attack. Very large, invincible enemies that give a Yoshi a chase until it chomps on a hard surface and breaks its teeth, defeating it.

Crabs covered in foam that uses its claws to attack a Yoshi. Three eggs or a ground pound can defeat them. Bandits that carry a Red Coin on their heads.

They run away if they see a Yoshi, but if a Yoshi collects a coin, they behave as normal Bandits: they attempt to take Baby Mario away.

It takes six eggs, three jumps, or a Ground Pound to defeat them. Very common enemies that behave as Shy-Guys; they wander around.

Unlike Shy-Guys, they can survive if spat out, unless they collide with another enemy or object.

Spear Guys that appear in groups and dance around. They can be defeated with eggs or eating them. Ghosts that swing back and forth while dangling from a ceiling.

They can be temporarily retracted if an egg is shot at them. Enemies that resemble the collectible flowers, but with an angry face.

When Yoshi approaches them, they collapse and roll towards Yoshi's direction. Stationary snowmen that appear on ski lifts and push Yoshi around.

They can be defeated by jumping on them. Flower-like enemies that can expel their petals in a straight direction. Yoshi can eat the petals or ground pound the Eggo-Dil to make it lose its petals.

Only use of a Chomp Rock can defeat them. Flightless Skeleton Goonie. After a certain time has passed, the Fly Guys that carry helpful items fly away.

Flying enemies that get enraged and go after a Yoshi if an egg is thrown at them or stepped on. They can be defeated by either getting eaten or by ground pounding them.

Frogs that can launch their long tongues and grab Baby Mario off a Yoshi's back. Jumping on them stuns them temporarily, but they can get defeated by eating them or throwing eggs at them.

Puffy enemies that drift along. If a Yoshi touches one or eats one, dizzy, disorienting effects occur, which wear off after a period of time.

Eggs can defeat them. Tall and large enemies that appear out of lava and block a Yoshi's path, also giving a chase to a Yoshi. Shooting an egg at it temporarily causes it to retreat into lava.

Slow moving enemies that cannot produce eggs when eaten. Jumping on them splatters them on walls, which eventually causes them to reform.

Small, weak enemies that walk back and forth. When jumped on, they are flattened, but can still move around and hurt a Yoshi.

They can be defeated by throwing an egg at them, ground pounding them, or eating them. Bird enemies that fly around and can be ridden on.

Some of them carry bombs and Shy-Guys. Spitting them out turns them into Flightless Goonies. Toadies that appear alone, which slowly chase Yoshi.

When Yoshi comes in contact with them, they steal Baby Mario. Monkeys that appear in jungle levels, where they can be seen jumping around and climbing vines.

Some Grinders carry green watermelons and spit the seeds at a Yoshi. They can snatch Baby Mario and run away with him. Enemies that wear spiked helmets.

If hit by an egg, they lose their helmets, causing them to frantically run around. Fast-moving, blue hedgehogs that curl up in a spiny, defensive position if a Yoshi approaches them.

They cannot be eaten when in the defensive position. Propelled Piranha Plants that patrol along a set path, often in pairs.

Throwing an egg at them temporarily stuns them. A red watermelon, blue watermelon, or Anywhere POW can defeat them. Submerged enemies that periodically spits lava, which defeats a Yoshi when touched.

They can be temporarily stunned with an egg, though Anywhere POWs can defeat them. Chomps that appear in the background and jump nearby to where a Yoshi is, smashing any ground below them.

Cannon foes that cannonballs, which explode after a few seconds. A Yoshi can ride on them by jumping on them.

Eggs or a ground pound can defeat them. One of the primary antagonists of the game that appears as an enemy in a few levels. He continuously flies around, swoops down, and attacks a Yoshi.

Turtle enemies that have hard shells that prevent them from being ingested and turned into eggs. Yoshis can spit out their shells, however.

When jumped on, they fly out of their shells and become Beach Koopas. Cloud riding turtle enemies that chase their opponents in the same manner that they did in Super Mario World , except they use cursors to throw Spiny Eggs; if a Yoshi touches one of these cursors, then the Lakitu throws an egg towards the Yoshi's spot.

Floating balls of lava that patrol either left and right or up and down. Goopy yellow gumdrops that are detached from Salvo the Slime when he is hit.

They also appear as enemies in Prince Froggy's Fort. Little Skull Mouser. A Little Mouser that jumps. Unlike Little Mousers, it does not steal eggs.

If hit by an egg, jump, or ground pound, the skull helmet crumbles and turns the enemy into a Little Mouser.

Passive enemies that appear only when a Yoshi has transformed into a submarine. When Yoshi hits them with a torpedo, they give chase.

It is defeated when hit three times by a torpedo. Large catfish that hide in the water, waiting for a Yoshi to approach. When a Yoshi gets close enough, they lunge out of the water, attempting to eat the Yoshi.

If they are successful, the Yoshi instantly loses a life. They can be momentarily stunned if an egg is thrown at them.

Enemies that march around in lines. When jumped on, they pop, knocking back any enemies nearby them. Balloons that inflate when a Yoshi approaches them.

If the Yoshi eats the balloon before it pops, a 1-Up is awarded. If the balloon pops, Yoshi gets damaged, while a Fly Guy flies away.

Shy-Guys that disguise themselves as flowers. When a Yoshi approaches, they stand up and walk after a Yoshi. Buds that appear in the Naval Piranha boss fight, where they attempt to strike the Blue Yoshi.

They cannot be defeated. Spiky, ball-like enemies often appear as projectiles in enemy attacks. They can be eaten and turned into eggs.

Yellow Needlenoses pop when they strike an object, while Green Needlenoses bounce around. Aquatic enemies that chase a Yoshi and pop up out of the water in a similar fashion to Gargantua Blarggs.

Shooting at egg at it temporarily causes it to retreat into the water. Free-flying, dandelion-like enemies that become Nipper Plants after they touch the ground.

Eating them does not produce eggs. Plant enemies that start small, but grow larger in size and chomp at a Yoshi's direction when a Yoshi approaches.

Throwing eggs or using an item can defeat them. Balls of fire that patrol a set path. They appear only in a secret room in Burt The Bashful's Fort, where they cannot be defeated.

Fish enemies that are obstacles to the submarine form Yoshi. Firing a torpedo at them defeats them.

Potted Spiked Fun Guy. Jellyfish enemies that are obstacles to the submarine form Yoshi; they move up and down.

Black, bird-like enemies that are found wandering on large floating rocks. A Yoshi cannot eat them, but they can be defeated by jumping on them or throwing eggs at them.

Small, black bird-like enemies that can climb on walls and ceilings. When eaten, they do not produce eggs.

Enemies that rise out of lava to hurt a Yoshi. Throwing eggs at them temporarily stuns them, though an Anywhere POW can defeat them permanently.

Mask-wearing enemies that are the ubiquitous enemy in the game. They wander about, come in different colors, and can be defeated in any manner.

Shy-Guys can spawn out of certain Warp Pipes until a Yoshi has the max number of eggs. Shy-Guys on tall stilts that cannot be eaten in the front; a Yoshi must eat them from behind.

If jumped on, they lose their stilts and turn into Shy-Guys. Skeletal Goonies that cannot be ridden on and instead turn into Flightless Skeleton Goonie if stepped on.

Some of them carry bombs to drop on a Yoshi. Enemies that are disguised as large, rectangular platforms, carrying keys, until a Yoshi touches them, which transforms them.

When hit by a seed or an egg, they turn smaller until they disappear. Enemies holding baseball bats that deflect projectiles such as eggs, watermelon seeds, or Chomp Rocks.

Slug-like enemies that attack a Yoshi by dropping off a ceiling. Shy-Guy-like enemies that can shoot projectiles in a straight line, and the projectile can go through walls.

Shy-Guys that cannot be jumped on, and their shield in the front protects them from attacks in that range.

A Yoshi can defeat them by eating them or throwing an egg at them when their back is turned. Spiked Fun Guy. Enemies that cannot be jumped on, but a Yoshi can either eat them or throw eggs at them to defeat them.

Enemies that wear a disguise as a ghost. A Yoshi can ride on a Spooky, but cannot defeat the Spooky with a jump.

If a Spooky lands on top of a Yoshi, it can steal Baby Mario. When a Yoshi attacks it, its disguise is revealed as a green Shy-Guy.

If Baby Mario is stolen, a Bandit is revealed. Fish enemies that appear out of water and spray a jet of water that pushes a Yoshi back.

They can be temporarily stunned if an egg is thrown at it. Tall, thin Shy-Guys that cannot be defeated by jumping on them. When jumped on, they spit out watermelon seeds.

Spiky enemies that are impervious to most attacks, but they can be pushed around and stunned if a Yoshi licks them or throws an egg at them.

Melon Bug balls, Chomp Rocks, red watermelons, and blue Watermelons can defeat them. A large, golden enemy, found on the third door of King Bowser's Castle.

Tap-Tap the Golden cannot be defeated and he chases Green Yoshi through a lava-filled, autoscrolling path, where Green Yoshi needs to outrun him and reach a Warp Pipe to escape.

Green Yoshi can toss eggs at Tap-Tap the Golden to push him back. A quartet of small Magikoopas that work for Kamek. They kidnap Baby Mario when the timer runs out.

Flashing Fly Guys that start off on the ground and slowly take off into the sky. If a Yoshi spits watermelon seeds at them, they drop coins.

When hit enough times, they award extra lives to the Yoshi. Wild Ptooie Piranha. Piranha Plants that spit Needlenoses at a Yoshi.

They take three egg hits to defeat, changing colors when they are hit, from green, to yellow, to red.

Enemies that attack a Yoshi by shooting balls of energy. If a Yoshi gets too close, they kick or punch that Yoshi.

Jumping on them or throwing eggs at them temporarily stuns them. They can be defeated with a red watermelon, blue watermelon, or Anywhere POW.

World 1. An enlarged Burt that Yellow Yoshi must defeat by throwing eggs at him. Burt attacks Yellow Yoshi by bouncing around.

Whenever Burt is hurt, his pants lower; he is defeated when his pants are entirely lowered with six hits.

An enlarged Slime where Blue Yoshi must defeat him by throwing eggs at him. Whenever Salvo takes a hit, he reduces in size and releases Lemon Drops.

Salvo additionally attacks by bouncing around, and the smaller he gets, the faster he moves around. He attempts to attack Yoshi by pushing him to the edge of the room, with lava as the obstacle.

World 2. When Yellow Yoshi looks at Bigger Boo, he turns invisible and therefore, cannot be hit. Every time Bigger Boo is hit, he grows in size; hitting him five times defeats him.

Roger the Potted Ghost. A large ghost growing from a pot that is a stationary target. In order to defeat Roger, Blue Yoshi needs to push the pot he is stationed at off a cliff, where other Shy-Guys resist Blue Yoshi's efforts from the other side.

Roger can also lunge and shoot fire at Blue Yoshi. World 3. The battle takes place in Prince Froggy's belly, where Yellow Yoshi needs to hit the uvula at the top of the belly with eggs.

The main hazards in this battle are the stomach acid and the Shy-Guys Prince Froggy eats. Its weakness is the bandaged bump where Blue Yoshi can throw eggs at.

Blue Yoshi can also defeat Naval Piranha in one hit before it even enlarges by throwing an egg at it before Blue Yoshi approaches the area.

World 4. A large Milde attacks by walking left and right, where she hurts Yellow Yoshi from the sides. To attack her, Yellow Yoshi needs to ground pound her from above, which causes her to split to two extra large Puchipuchi L.

Yellow Yoshi needs to ground pound on them again to turn them into common sized Puchipuchi L, and then again to turn them into regular Mildes.

Once all Mildes are defeated, the boss battle is won. An enlarged Koopa Troopa who attacks by lunging towards Blue Yoshi. Blue Yoshi needs to toss several eggs at Hookbill's head or arms to topple him over, where Blue Yoshi needs to ground pound on his belly to damage him.

After Hookbill has been damaged, he retreats into his shell and pounds the ground repeatedly. Once this attack is finished, he resumes his normal attack pattern.

Sluggy the Unshaven. World 5. An enlarged Sluggy where Yellow Yoshi needs to attack his heart in order to damage him. To reach his heart, Yellow Yoshi needs to throw eggs at his gelatinous skin, which exposes the heart with every hit.

Sluggy does not damage Yellow Yoshi, but he can push Yellow Yoshi over a pit if he advances far enough. An enlarged Raven where the battle takes place on the moon.

Blue Yoshi needs to pound on stakes on the opposite side as Raphael in order to damage him. Raphael attacks by chasing Blue Yoshi, as well as ground pounding to create shockwaves that circle the moon.

Every time Raphael is hit, he obtains a faster attack pattern; three hits defeats him. Tap-Tap the Red Nose. World 6. An invincible boss that attacks Yellow Yoshi by jumping onto the Yoshi.

To defeat the boss, Yellow Yoshi needs to destroy the blocks on the floor to create a gap that leads to the lava and then push Tap-Tap the Red Nose into the lava via throwing eggs at him.

One of the antagonists of the game that has two phases. The first phase involves Baby Bowser in his normal form, where he tries to ground pound the Green Yoshi to ride on him.

Green Yoshi can attack Baby Bowser by ground pounding the ground, using the shockwaves as an attack. Big Baby Bowser. He is defeated when Green Yoshi hits him seven times.

Allows a Yoshi to move quickly across land. The Yoshi can increase the height of its suspension, allowing it to avoid enemies and reach higher areas.

While in this state, Baby Mario can run around without needing to ride Yoshi, completely invincible.

Powerful Mario is also capable of running on walls, ceilings, and spikes, and can glide with his cape. Attained upon entering a house in certain snow levels, this causes a Yoshi to don ski equipment to traverse across hills and ramps.

The Yoshi stays in this form until the level is completed or he fails. If a Ski Yoshi hits an obstacle or fails the ramp jump, the Yoshi rolls over and becomes a snowball.

While in this form, the Yoshi is invincible, but the player cannot control the Yoshi and cannot jump. Switches that cause Dotted Line Blocks to transform into!

Circular lifts that travel in the direction it is pointing when a Yoshi stands on it. They stop spinning when a Yoshi stands on it, and they continue when a Yoshi jumps off of it.

A Yoshi can also eat these and spit them out to another area. If a Yoshi falls off to an area where the Yoshi cannot reach the Arrow Lift, it respawns in the location it started at.

There are two types of Arrow Lifts: the blue Arrow Lifts disappear if a Yoshi jumps off one and does not ride it again for a while, while the tan ones stay there until Yoshi leaves the room or goes at a far enough distance away from the tan Arrow Lift.

Rising platforms a Yoshi can ride on, for a limited period of time. Riding on them stops them from rising.

If a Yoshi rides on them too long, the balloons disappear. Plants that are spawned from Winged Clouds when they are hit. The beanstalk then grows into a tall, ladder-like platform, where Yoshis can use the leaves to traverse to upper elevations.

Bubbles that can carry various items, such as 1-Ups, though most bubbles take form as metamorphosis bubbles.

When a Yoshi is damaged by an enemy, Baby Mario gets encased in a bubble. Buckets that turn upside down and drop coins or occasionally enemies when hit by an egg.

In some levels, these buckets can be used as platforms to traverse water or lava. Rocks that can be pushed, which defeats any enemy in its path.

Yoshis can also stand on top of them as platforms and can roll them by walking on the preferred direction.

Gray Chomp Rocks revert to their original position if a Yoshi leaves the screen and brown variations do not. Objects that can be broken if ground pounded on.

They release coins, Stars or keys. They occasionally appear from Baron von Zeppelin, where a Yoshi can knock down the crate by throwing an egg at the object.

Blocks that, when struck from below, produce Yoshi Eggs. They stop making Yoshi Eggs when a Yoshi has the maximum amount. Some of them simply turn into eggs.

A block that resembles a pink Egg Block. When struck from below, it grows, allowing a Yoshi to reach higher platforms.

After a set amount of time, it reverts to its original size. Platforms that fall when a Yoshi stands on them. When they are about to fall, they start shaking.

These platforms can also crush a Yoshi, instantly defeating it. Platforms attached to a dotted line that travel across it until the end, indicated by a large red sphere.

These fall when the dotted lines do not have a large red sphere at the end of it. There are three varieties of Flatbed Ferry, and their color indicates their speed.

Green Flatbed Ferries are the slowest, yellow ones run at a faster speed, and red ones are the fastest Flatbed Ferries. Flowers that serve as collectibles.

Netting all five flowers earns Yoshi an Extra Life and fifty points toward the completion score. Getting all the flowers in each level is also necessary for Yoshi to get a perfect score.

Collecting at least one flower is also necessary to access a Bonus Challenge via the goal roulette, and the chance of playing a Bonus Challenge is increased by collecting more.

Giant Yoshi Eggs that can defeat all on-screen enemies merely from the shock-wave they give off when thrown. Roulettes that are found at the end of every level, except for castles and fortresses, and act as the goal point.

Shells that can be carried by Yoshi, but Yoshi cannot swallow them due to them being hard and inedible and they still can hurt Yoshi when they are sliding on the ground.

Blocks that serve as slippery obstacles and cannot be picked up, but can be melted by Yoshi's fire breath. Some Ice Blocks can hide items as well.

Keys that can be collected and carried like Yoshi Eggs, taking up one space of the player's maximum number of Eggs.

A balance that has a number labeled on it, with the number shown decreasing by one every time something moves on it.

When the number decreases to zero, the entire platform vanishes into dust. The highest number they can be is four.

A block that turns all nearby enemies turn into stars. They can be hit three times before they disappear. Coins that are hidden behind regular Gold Coins.

There are 20 of them in each level and grabbing one adds one point to Yoshi's score tally at the end of the level.

A snowball that becomes larger the more Yoshi pushes it in snow. It can also defeat enemies and can be used as a platform for Yoshi.

Pink logs that stay still for a while and then start spinning wildly, which can either help or hinder Yoshi. Balls that Yoshi can jump on top of, then jump again to be propelled high into the air with a boosted jump.

Yoshi can jump even further up if he times the jump right when the he contacts the spring ball. There are also larger variations, which propel Yoshi even higher.

Pinkish-orange blocks that move when pushed. When they hit a wall, they squish against the wall, growing taller and thinner.

When Ground Pounded on, the inverse happens. They can be used to safely cross over spikes. Giant floating red flowers that spit out eight Stars when an egg, shell, or a spit-up enemy enters them.

Yoshi Eggs that can be acquired if Yoshi throws a green Yoshi Egg that recoils once from the wall.

Eggs that can be used as projectiles and can be obtained from eating enemies or hitting an Egg Block.

Only six eggs can be carried at one time. Scratch and Match. Players flip over panels to earn special items and lives, but lose their rewards if Kamek is flipped over.

Players need to memorize pairs of panels and flip over the correct pairing to receive special items or lives. Players bet lives on a roulette, which randomly spins to generate an equation that increases or decreases lives depending on what was stopped on.

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Try Now. Der Titel dieses Artikels ist mehrdeutig. Baby Mario konnte von Kamek nicht geschnappt werden und fiel sanft auf die Insel der Yoshis.

Nachdem diese beschlossen hatten, den kleinen Jungen seinen Eltern zu übergeben, wird der Säugling in jedem Level von Yoshi zu Yoshi weitergegeben.

Doch Kameks Schergen sitzen ihnen im Nacken. Während Baby Mario Kamek unfreiwillig entkommen konnte, geriet der kleine Luigi in die Gefangenschaft des Magiekoopas und wurde neben dem Storch gelegt und gefesselt.

Er muss nun darauf warten, von den Yoshis und seinem Bruder befreit zu werden. Kamek hatte vorhergesehen, dass die Mario Bros.

Dies ging bekanntlich schief, weshalb er seine Untergebenen ausschickt, das verlorengegangene Kind zurückzuholen. Die Yoshis fanden Baby Mario auf ihrer Insel, woraufhin sie beschlossen, ihn seinen Eltern zurückzubringen.

Jeder Yoshi übernimmt nun in einer festgelegten Reihenfolge den kleinen Mario. Autoyoshi kann wesentlich schneller fahren als ein normaler Yoshi laufen kann.

Während seiner Fahrt werden sich ihm entgegenstellende Gegner einfach weggeschleudert und besiegt.

Darüberhinaus kann er seine Räder ausfahren, wodurch er auch wesentlich höher gelegene Orte erreichen kann.

Wenn sich Yoshi in Heliyoshi verwandelt, besitzt er die Fähigkeit in jede beliebige Richtung zu fliegen. Wird Yoshi von einem Gegner berührt, wird er ein kurzes tück zurückgeschleudert.

Im Gegensatz zu den anderen Verwandlungen kann sich Lokoyoshi nicht frei bewegen, sondern ist auf ein Schienennetz an der Wand angewiesen.

Lokoyoshi kann Gegner aus dem Weg rammen. U-Yoshi ist die einzige Verwandlung der Dinos, die man unterwasser ausführen kann.

Durch seine wesentlich schlankere Gestalt im Vergleich zu einem normalen Yoshi, kann Wühlyoshi, dessen Erscheinung augenscheinlich an einen Maulwurf angelehnt ist, auch durch dünne Spalten fahren.

Bestimmte Sorten von Erde schaufelt er problemlos beiseite. Abroxas sind Raben, die sich nur auf ihren eigenen kleinen Mond fortbewegen.

Aqua-Lakitu versteckt sich unterwasser und taucht auf um Yoshi anzugreifen. Er wirft dann mit Stachelkugeln und ist nur für die kurze Zeit verwundbar, in der er sich über der Wasseroberfläche befindet.

Bad Rat ist eine kleine diebische Maus, die in dunklen Gebieten lauert und versucht Yoshi zu rammen oder ihm Eier zu stehlen.

Ballon-Ups sind Fly Guys, die sich als Ballons ausgeben. Banditen sind Unterarten von Shy Guys und sind sehr begabt im Stibitzen.

Sie verfolgen Yoshi und versuchen ihn Baby Mario aus der Hand zu nehmen. Baron von Zeppelin ist ein schlimmer Gegner, der aus der Luft angreift.

Er trägt entweder ein hilfreiches Item oder ein schädigendes, wie zum Beispiel eine Bombe oder eine Spitz-Drossel. Birdies sind mövenähnliche Vögel.

Sie fliegen über Yoshis Eiland umher und versuchen Yoshi Schaden zuzufügen. Sie erscheinen meistens in Gruppen. Boden-Wummp ist ein Dschungel-Gegner, der einen Kaktus stark ähnelt.

Es wäre aber ratsam nicht auf ihn zu springen, den seine Stacheln sind sehr spitz. Buu Huus sind scheue Geister und machen sich unsichtbar, wenn man sie anschaut.

Sie können sich von hinten anschleichen, um Yoshi Schaden zugzufügen. Buu Guy ist ein untoter Shy Guy, der alles versucht, um die Yoshis zu besiegen, seien es Morgensterne oder gar Bomben.

Ohne irgendeiner Waffe verfolgen sie Yoshi, in der Hoffnung ihnen Schaden zuzufügen. Buu-Wolken sind Buu Huus, die wie Wolken aussehen und in der Luft vertikal und horizontal hin und her fliegen.

Sie erscheinen in Bereichen, in denen sich Yoshi in einen Helikopter verwandeln kann. Eggs or a ground pound can defeat them. One of the primary antagonists of the game that appears as an enemy in a few levels.

He continuously flies around, swoops down, and attacks a Yoshi. Turtle enemies that have hard shells that prevent them from being ingested and turned into eggs.

Yoshis can spit out their shells, however. When jumped on, they fly out of their shells and become Beach Koopas.

Cloud riding turtle enemies that chase their opponents in the same manner that they did in Super Mario World , except they use cursors to throw Spiny Eggs; if a Yoshi touches one of these cursors, then the Lakitu throws an egg towards the Yoshi's spot.

Floating balls of lava that patrol either left and right or up and down. Goopy yellow gumdrops that are detached from Salvo the Slime when he is hit.

They also appear as enemies in Prince Froggy's Fort. Little Skull Mouser. A Little Mouser that jumps. Unlike Little Mousers, it does not steal eggs.

If hit by an egg, jump, or ground pound, the skull helmet crumbles and turns the enemy into a Little Mouser.

Passive enemies that appear only when a Yoshi has transformed into a submarine. When Yoshi hits them with a torpedo, they give chase.

It is defeated when hit three times by a torpedo. Large catfish that hide in the water, waiting for a Yoshi to approach.

When a Yoshi gets close enough, they lunge out of the water, attempting to eat the Yoshi. If they are successful, the Yoshi instantly loses a life.

They can be momentarily stunned if an egg is thrown at them. Enemies that march around in lines. When jumped on, they pop, knocking back any enemies nearby them.

Balloons that inflate when a Yoshi approaches them. If the Yoshi eats the balloon before it pops, a 1-Up is awarded. If the balloon pops, Yoshi gets damaged, while a Fly Guy flies away.

Shy-Guys that disguise themselves as flowers. When a Yoshi approaches, they stand up and walk after a Yoshi. Buds that appear in the Naval Piranha boss fight, where they attempt to strike the Blue Yoshi.

They cannot be defeated. Spiky, ball-like enemies often appear as projectiles in enemy attacks. They can be eaten and turned into eggs.

Yellow Needlenoses pop when they strike an object, while Green Needlenoses bounce around. Aquatic enemies that chase a Yoshi and pop up out of the water in a similar fashion to Gargantua Blarggs.

Shooting at egg at it temporarily causes it to retreat into the water. Free-flying, dandelion-like enemies that become Nipper Plants after they touch the ground.

Eating them does not produce eggs. Plant enemies that start small, but grow larger in size and chomp at a Yoshi's direction when a Yoshi approaches.

Throwing eggs or using an item can defeat them. Balls of fire that patrol a set path. They appear only in a secret room in Burt The Bashful's Fort, where they cannot be defeated.

Fish enemies that are obstacles to the submarine form Yoshi. Firing a torpedo at them defeats them.

Potted Spiked Fun Guy. Jellyfish enemies that are obstacles to the submarine form Yoshi; they move up and down. Black, bird-like enemies that are found wandering on large floating rocks.

A Yoshi cannot eat them, but they can be defeated by jumping on them or throwing eggs at them. Small, black bird-like enemies that can climb on walls and ceilings.

When eaten, they do not produce eggs. Enemies that rise out of lava to hurt a Yoshi. Throwing eggs at them temporarily stuns them, though an Anywhere POW can defeat them permanently.

Mask-wearing enemies that are the ubiquitous enemy in the game. They wander about, come in different colors, and can be defeated in any manner.

Shy-Guys can spawn out of certain Warp Pipes until a Yoshi has the max number of eggs. Shy-Guys on tall stilts that cannot be eaten in the front; a Yoshi must eat them from behind.

If jumped on, they lose their stilts and turn into Shy-Guys. Skeletal Goonies that cannot be ridden on and instead turn into Flightless Skeleton Goonie if stepped on.

Some of them carry bombs to drop on a Yoshi. Enemies that are disguised as large, rectangular platforms, carrying keys, until a Yoshi touches them, which transforms them.

When hit by a seed or an egg, they turn smaller until they disappear. Enemies holding baseball bats that deflect projectiles such as eggs, watermelon seeds, or Chomp Rocks.

Slug-like enemies that attack a Yoshi by dropping off a ceiling. Shy-Guy-like enemies that can shoot projectiles in a straight line, and the projectile can go through walls.

Shy-Guys that cannot be jumped on, and their shield in the front protects them from attacks in that range.

A Yoshi can defeat them by eating them or throwing an egg at them when their back is turned. Spiked Fun Guy. Enemies that cannot be jumped on, but a Yoshi can either eat them or throw eggs at them to defeat them.

Enemies that wear a disguise as a ghost. A Yoshi can ride on a Spooky, but cannot defeat the Spooky with a jump.

If a Spooky lands on top of a Yoshi, it can steal Baby Mario. When a Yoshi attacks it, its disguise is revealed as a green Shy-Guy.

If Baby Mario is stolen, a Bandit is revealed. Fish enemies that appear out of water and spray a jet of water that pushes a Yoshi back.

They can be temporarily stunned if an egg is thrown at it. Tall, thin Shy-Guys that cannot be defeated by jumping on them.

When jumped on, they spit out watermelon seeds. Spiky enemies that are impervious to most attacks, but they can be pushed around and stunned if a Yoshi licks them or throws an egg at them.

Melon Bug balls, Chomp Rocks, red watermelons, and blue Watermelons can defeat them. A large, golden enemy, found on the third door of King Bowser's Castle.

Tap-Tap the Golden cannot be defeated and he chases Green Yoshi through a lava-filled, autoscrolling path, where Green Yoshi needs to outrun him and reach a Warp Pipe to escape.

Green Yoshi can toss eggs at Tap-Tap the Golden to push him back. A quartet of small Magikoopas that work for Kamek. They kidnap Baby Mario when the timer runs out.

Flashing Fly Guys that start off on the ground and slowly take off into the sky. If a Yoshi spits watermelon seeds at them, they drop coins.

When hit enough times, they award extra lives to the Yoshi. Wild Ptooie Piranha. Piranha Plants that spit Needlenoses at a Yoshi.

They take three egg hits to defeat, changing colors when they are hit, from green, to yellow, to red.

Enemies that attack a Yoshi by shooting balls of energy. If a Yoshi gets too close, they kick or punch that Yoshi.

Jumping on them or throwing eggs at them temporarily stuns them. They can be defeated with a red watermelon, blue watermelon, or Anywhere POW.

World 1. An enlarged Burt that Yellow Yoshi must defeat by throwing eggs at him. Burt attacks Yellow Yoshi by bouncing around. Whenever Burt is hurt, his pants lower; he is defeated when his pants are entirely lowered with six hits.

An enlarged Slime where Blue Yoshi must defeat him by throwing eggs at him. Whenever Salvo takes a hit, he reduces in size and releases Lemon Drops.

Salvo additionally attacks by bouncing around, and the smaller he gets, the faster he moves around. He attempts to attack Yoshi by pushing him to the edge of the room, with lava as the obstacle.

World 2. When Yellow Yoshi looks at Bigger Boo, he turns invisible and therefore, cannot be hit.

Every time Bigger Boo is hit, he grows in size; hitting him five times defeats him. Roger the Potted Ghost.

A large ghost growing from a pot that is a stationary target. In order to defeat Roger, Blue Yoshi needs to push the pot he is stationed at off a cliff, where other Shy-Guys resist Blue Yoshi's efforts from the other side.

Roger can also lunge and shoot fire at Blue Yoshi. World 3. The battle takes place in Prince Froggy's belly, where Yellow Yoshi needs to hit the uvula at the top of the belly with eggs.

The main hazards in this battle are the stomach acid and the Shy-Guys Prince Froggy eats. Its weakness is the bandaged bump where Blue Yoshi can throw eggs at.

Blue Yoshi can also defeat Naval Piranha in one hit before it even enlarges by throwing an egg at it before Blue Yoshi approaches the area.

World 4. A large Milde attacks by walking left and right, where she hurts Yellow Yoshi from the sides.

To attack her, Yellow Yoshi needs to ground pound her from above, which causes her to split to two extra large Puchipuchi L. Yellow Yoshi needs to ground pound on them again to turn them into common sized Puchipuchi L, and then again to turn them into regular Mildes.

Once all Mildes are defeated, the boss battle is won. An enlarged Koopa Troopa who attacks by lunging towards Blue Yoshi.

Blue Yoshi needs to toss several eggs at Hookbill's head or arms to topple him over, where Blue Yoshi needs to ground pound on his belly to damage him.

After Hookbill has been damaged, he retreats into his shell and pounds the ground repeatedly. Once this attack is finished, he resumes his normal attack pattern.

Sluggy the Unshaven. World 5. An enlarged Sluggy where Yellow Yoshi needs to attack his heart in order to damage him. To reach his heart, Yellow Yoshi needs to throw eggs at his gelatinous skin, which exposes the heart with every hit.

Sluggy does not damage Yellow Yoshi, but he can push Yellow Yoshi over a pit if he advances far enough. An enlarged Raven where the battle takes place on the moon.

Blue Yoshi needs to pound on stakes on the opposite side as Raphael in order to damage him. Raphael attacks by chasing Blue Yoshi, as well as ground pounding to create shockwaves that circle the moon.

Every time Raphael is hit, he obtains a faster attack pattern; three hits defeats him. Tap-Tap the Red Nose.

World 6. An invincible boss that attacks Yellow Yoshi by jumping onto the Yoshi. To defeat the boss, Yellow Yoshi needs to destroy the blocks on the floor to create a gap that leads to the lava and then push Tap-Tap the Red Nose into the lava via throwing eggs at him.

One of the antagonists of the game that has two phases. The first phase involves Baby Bowser in his normal form, where he tries to ground pound the Green Yoshi to ride on him.

Green Yoshi can attack Baby Bowser by ground pounding the ground, using the shockwaves as an attack. Big Baby Bowser.

He is defeated when Green Yoshi hits him seven times. Allows a Yoshi to move quickly across land. The Yoshi can increase the height of its suspension, allowing it to avoid enemies and reach higher areas.

While in this state, Baby Mario can run around without needing to ride Yoshi, completely invincible. Powerful Mario is also capable of running on walls, ceilings, and spikes, and can glide with his cape.

Attained upon entering a house in certain snow levels, this causes a Yoshi to don ski equipment to traverse across hills and ramps.

The Yoshi stays in this form until the level is completed or he fails. If a Ski Yoshi hits an obstacle or fails the ramp jump, the Yoshi rolls over and becomes a snowball.

While in this form, the Yoshi is invincible, but the player cannot control the Yoshi and cannot jump.

Switches that cause Dotted Line Blocks to transform into! Circular lifts that travel in the direction it is pointing when a Yoshi stands on it.

They stop spinning when a Yoshi stands on it, and they continue when a Yoshi jumps off of it. A Yoshi can also eat these and spit them out to another area.

If a Yoshi falls off to an area where the Yoshi cannot reach the Arrow Lift, it respawns in the location it started at.

There are two types of Arrow Lifts: the blue Arrow Lifts disappear if a Yoshi jumps off one and does not ride it again for a while, while the tan ones stay there until Yoshi leaves the room or goes at a far enough distance away from the tan Arrow Lift.

Rising platforms a Yoshi can ride on, for a limited period of time. Riding on them stops them from rising. If a Yoshi rides on them too long, the balloons disappear.

Plants that are spawned from Winged Clouds when they are hit. The beanstalk then grows into a tall, ladder-like platform, where Yoshis can use the leaves to traverse to upper elevations.

Bubbles that can carry various items, such as 1-Ups, though most bubbles take form as metamorphosis bubbles.

When a Yoshi is damaged by an enemy, Baby Mario gets encased in a bubble. Buckets that turn upside down and drop coins or occasionally enemies when hit by an egg.

In some levels, these buckets can be used as platforms to traverse water or lava. Rocks that can be pushed, which defeats any enemy in its path.

Yoshis can also stand on top of them as platforms and can roll them by walking on the preferred direction.

Gray Chomp Rocks revert to their original position if a Yoshi leaves the screen and brown variations do not. Objects that can be broken if ground pounded on.

They release coins, Stars or keys. They occasionally appear from Baron von Zeppelin, where a Yoshi can knock down the crate by throwing an egg at the object.

Blocks that, when struck from below, produce Yoshi Eggs. They stop making Yoshi Eggs when a Yoshi has the maximum amount.

Some of them simply turn into eggs. A block that resembles a pink Egg Block. When struck from below, it grows, allowing a Yoshi to reach higher platforms.

After a set amount of time, it reverts to its original size. Platforms that fall when a Yoshi stands on them.

When they are about to fall, they start shaking. These platforms can also crush a Yoshi, instantly defeating it.

Platforms attached to a dotted line that travel across it until the end, indicated by a large red sphere. These fall when the dotted lines do not have a large red sphere at the end of it.

There are three varieties of Flatbed Ferry, and their color indicates their speed. Green Flatbed Ferries are the slowest, yellow ones run at a faster speed, and red ones are the fastest Flatbed Ferries.

Flowers that serve as collectibles. Netting all five flowers earns Yoshi an Extra Life and fifty points toward the completion score.

Getting all the flowers in each level is also necessary for Yoshi to get a perfect score. Collecting at least one flower is also necessary to access a Bonus Challenge via the goal roulette, and the chance of playing a Bonus Challenge is increased by collecting more.

Giant Yoshi Eggs that can defeat all on-screen enemies merely from the shock-wave they give off when thrown. Roulettes that are found at the end of every level, except for castles and fortresses, and act as the goal point.

Shells that can be carried by Yoshi, but Yoshi cannot swallow them due to them being hard and inedible and they still can hurt Yoshi when they are sliding on the ground.

Blocks that serve as slippery obstacles and cannot be picked up, but can be melted by Yoshi's fire breath.

Some Ice Blocks can hide items as well. Keys that can be collected and carried like Yoshi Eggs, taking up one space of the player's maximum number of Eggs.

A balance that has a number labeled on it, with the number shown decreasing by one every time something moves on it. When the number decreases to zero, the entire platform vanishes into dust.

The highest number they can be is four. Sharing the spotlight, Mario can be controlled, too -- but only if he gets the star power-up that affords him invincibility for a brief period.

Otherwise, it's just a matter of keeping Mario on Yoshi's back. One hit knocks off Yoshi's pint-sized rider, who then floats around the screen in a bubble, crying his little plumber's eyes out.

If not retrieved in short order, he's whisked away by Koopas, and Yoshi loses a life. Using the FX2 chip, this entry has a new look with lots of graphical variety.

Some areas are set in the jungle, some underground, and a few look like they were drawn with crayon. Although the graphics of our dinosaur hero are simple, the game is loaded with dynamite visuals like gigantic lava monsters, spitting fish, and huge bosses that take up almost the entire screen -- just to name a few.

There are also cleverly animated elements, such as enemies walking on stilts and dressed up like savage headhunters.

The game has tunes similar to Super Mario World. Cutesy, kiddie music guides Yoshi, but it never goes overboard or gets overbearing.

The sound effects are also similar to the other Marios, with the most arresting being Mario's haunting infant cries for help when he is forcibly dismounted from his dinosaur friend.

Yoshi's Island is big: Six worlds with eight areas in each are waiting to be plumbed. One of the best elements of the Mario games has always been the abundance of hidden items and concealed rooms.

Yoshi follows suit. Each stage has a certain number of coins and other items to collect -- most of which are tucked away in hidden rooms.

If you find all the hidden items in a world, you can enter one extra bonus area. At the end of each area, a counter reveals how many items you found and missed.

The bonus games range from testing reflexes to challenging your memory skills. Fanatic Mario followers will probably make it a moral imperative to finish the game in one sitting.

But that doesn't necessarily mean they'll find all the hidden items along the way. While the game is challenging, anyone who played the earlier entries will master Yoshi in no time.

Yoshi doesn't rely on flashy graphics or jazzy effects to cover up an empty game. This is one of the last of a dying breed: a bit game that shows real heart and creativity.

The main character of the game is Mario. Two days later the game was released in Europe as well. Soon after the original release a port for Game Boy Advance was released.

The player controls Yoshi, whose target is to end each level with Baby Mario safe on his back. Unlike the other games, in this one the player does not take full control of Mario, but of other creatures.

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