Set off with a friend* through a wild, woolly world in this grand Yoshi™ adventure exclusively for Wii U! A treasure trove of clever handicraft stages are ready for you to explore. Unravel their secrets and colour your world with a spectrum of yarn balls to knit new paths and get every last collectible.
Knitting yarn, patchwork, and other handicraft materials combine into a whimsical and crafty backdrop for our knit Yoshi to explore. Instead of eggs, this time Yoshi tosses yarn balls that he can use to clear blocked paths, tangle-up enemies, or even knit together platforms and warp pipes.
Yoshi can also tug at stray yarn to unravel walls and reveal hard-to-reach areas filled with hidden collectibles. Tackle challenges in local 2-Player co-op by partnering up with a friend. Gobble 'em up and spit 'em out to reach new heights or take out craftwork creepers like paratroopas, piranha plants and shy guys! It's time to get crafty.
Toss yarn balls to knit together background elements or tie-up enemies
Unravel puzzles and walls to discover hidden areas and collectables
Explore each crafty stage to discover new surprises—there's no time limit
Discover and explore new areas in 2-player cooperative multiplayer* Mellow Mode gives Yoshi™ wings so everyone can enjoy
Yoshi has never been more adorable than as a toy knit from yarn. His entire environment is made from materials like felt, yarn, cloth and cotton, creating a gorgeous HD world that looks good enough to touch. Instead of eggs, Yoshi tosses yarn balls at enemies. He can incapacitate a Piranha Plant by muzzling it with a piece of coloured string. Or he can even use the yarn to knit together background elements.
A new set of Yoshi amiibo figures, made out of a knitted material, will launch alongside Yoshi’s Woolly World. Among other uses, tapping one of these yarn amiibo to the Wii U GamePad while playing Yoshi’s Woolly World will make another Yoshi appear, allowing players to control Double Yoshi. The Yarn Yoshi amiibo will be available in three colours: green, pink and light blue.
So after great reception of Kirby Epic Yarn, we finally got a sequel, which is about Yoshi. For 3DS, there are no doubts that graphics are really, really good and pretty and art direction is great. Everything in this game really looks like wool. In this regard it's perfect 10/10. However, this game doesn't do it for me. It is good and all, but the music feels lifeless and boring, because of great lack of upbeat tunes like in Mario games. Stages are pretty big and easy, but as further the game goes it gets more challenging, so at least it is not as offensively easy as Kirby Epic Yarn, which was far from epic in that regard. Also, there is nice change of pace with Yoshi turning into different vehicles. If you liked Yoshi's Island, then there is no reason NOT to get this game, you will love every second of it, because it is fixed version of it, WITHOUT the baby, which was major flaw of it. If you're not a fan of YI, you should still try it, because it is nice little game with great graphics and not that bad platforming.
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