History VideoGame / YoshisIsland

11th Sep '17 12:20:13 PM WaxingName
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Aside from platformers, Yoshi has also starred in various other games ranging from puzzle games like ''Yoshi's Egg'' and ''Tetris Attack'' to the LightGunGame ''Yoshi's Safari''. Elements from the ''Yoshi'' series have also been incorporated into the extended ''Mario'' series, with Baby Mario and Luigi often appearing in the spinoffs.

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Aside from platformers, Yoshi has also starred in various other games ranging from puzzle games like ''Yoshi's Egg'' and ''Tetris Attack'' to the LightGunGame ''Yoshi's Safari''. Elements from the ''Yoshi'' series have also been incorporated into the extended ''Mario'' series, with Baby Mario and Luigi often appearing in the spinoffs.
spinoffs. Yoshi himself is a perennial playable character in the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, where he is considered to represent this franchise as opposed to the ''Mario'' franchise where he originates.
1st Sep '17 9:41:15 AM Drope
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* ''VideoGame/YoshisEgg''; known as ''Yoshi'' in America and ''Mario & Yoshi'' in Europe and Australia -- PuzzleGame, featuring the grown up Mario and Luigi; one of the early works of Creator/GameFreak.
* ''[[VideoGame/YoshisCookie Yoshi's Cookie]]'' -- A completely different puzzle game, featuring the grown-up Mario, Peach, and Bowser. Developed by Bulletproof Software.
* ''[[VideoGame/YoshisSafari Yoshi's Safari]]'' -- A light gun game. One of the few games for SNES's Super Scope. This game features the grown-up versions of Mario, "Peach"[[note]]This name specifically; it ended up being the first game to call her "Peach" in North America even though she was officially still called "Princess Toadstool" at the time. She officially became known as "Peach" in North America beginning with ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''[[/note]], and Bowser.
* ''VideoGame/TetrisAttack'' -- Yet another puzzle game, featuring the grown-up Bowser. Of course, it's really just a [[DolledUpInstallment sprite swapped-version]] of the Japanese game, ''VideoGame/PanelDePon''. Also [[InNameOnly has nothing to do]] with VideoGame/{{Tetris}}.[[note]]On the other hand, the Game Boy version and a UsefulNotes/{{Satellaview}} version were released in Japan with the Yoshi characters as "Yoshi no Panepon".[[/note]]
* ''[[VideoGame/YoshiTopsyTurvy Yoshi Topsy-Turvy]]''; known by the name ''Yoshi's Universal Gravitation'' outside the U.S. -- A very short platformer with a tilt gimmick and ''VideoGame/YoshisStory'' style graphics, as well as featuring the grown-up Bowser.

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* ''VideoGame/YoshisEgg''; known ''VideoGame/YoshisEgg'': Known as ''Yoshi'' in America and ''Mario & Yoshi'' in Europe and Australia -- PuzzleGame, featuring the grown up Mario and Luigi; one of the early works of Creator/GameFreak.
* ''[[VideoGame/YoshisCookie Yoshi's Cookie]]'' -- Cookie]]'': A completely different puzzle game, featuring the grown-up Mario, Peach, and Bowser. Developed by Bulletproof Software.
* ''[[VideoGame/YoshisSafari Yoshi's Safari]]'' -- Safari]]'': A light gun game. One of the few games for SNES's Super Scope. This game features the grown-up versions of Mario, "Peach"[[note]]This name specifically; it ended up being the first game to call her "Peach" in North America even though she was officially still called "Princess Toadstool" at the time. She officially became known as "Peach" in North America beginning with ''VideoGame/SuperMario64''[[/note]], and Bowser.
* ''VideoGame/TetrisAttack'' -- ''VideoGame/TetrisAttack'': Yet another puzzle game, featuring the grown-up Bowser. Of course, it's really just a [[DolledUpInstallment sprite swapped-version]] of the Japanese game, ''VideoGame/PanelDePon''. Also [[InNameOnly has nothing to do]] with VideoGame/{{Tetris}}.[[note]]On the other hand, the Game Boy version and a UsefulNotes/{{Satellaview}} version were released in Japan with the Yoshi characters as "Yoshi no Panepon".[[/note]]
* ''[[VideoGame/YoshiTopsyTurvy Yoshi Topsy-Turvy]]''; known Topsy-Turvy]]'': Known by the name ''Yoshi's Universal Gravitation'' outside the U.S. -- A very short platformer with a tilt gimmick and ''VideoGame/YoshisStory'' style graphics, as well as featuring the grown-up Bowser.
29th Jun '17 3:51:27 PM fruitstripegum
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* OminousFloatingCastle: Bowser's Castle in Yoshi's Island DS.



* OminousFloatingCastle: Bowser's Castle in Yoshi's Island DS.



* {{Prequel}}: All of the games take place before the main ''Mario'' series.



* {{Prequel}}: All of the games take place before the main ''Mario'' series.



* UniqueEnemy: Red Bullet Bills that home in on Yoshi appear in the Endless World of Yoshis level of ''Advance 3'', though they were technically DummiedOut enemies in the SNES game.



* UniqueEnemy: Red Bullet Bills that home in on Yoshi appear in the Endless World of Yoshis level of ''Advance 3'', though they were technically DummiedOut enemies in the SNES game.
13th Jun '17 1:19:49 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''Unnamed Yoshi game for UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch''
21st May '17 12:23:03 PM Emmz
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* SwampsAreEvil: "Prince Froggy's Fort" takes place in a swamp.

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* SwampsAreEvil: "Prince Froggy's Fort" takes place is located in a swamp.
21st May '17 12:22:38 PM Emmz
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* SwampsAreEvil: "Prince Froggy's Fort" takes place in a swamp.
11th Apr '17 9:26:34 AM WaxingName
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The ''Yoshi's Island'' series is a spinoff series of the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' franchise.

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The ''Yoshi's Island'' series is a spinoff series of the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' franchise.
8th Apr '17 3:32:01 PM WaxingName
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'''''[[PokemonSpeak Yoshi]]!'''''

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'''''[[PokemonSpeak Yoshi]]!'''''
[[caption-width-right:300:''[[PokemonSpeak Yoshi]]!'']]
1st Feb '17 12:41:46 PM ChilledXSocks
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* ChestMonster: Fooly Flowers. They have fangs and an evil smile, and when you get near them, they fall down, and roll along the ground trying to kill you.

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* ChestMonster: Fooly Flowers.Flowers[=/=]Dizzy Dandies. They have fangs and an evil smile, and when you get near them, they fall down, and roll along the ground trying to kill you.



** Several enemies will do this to YOU. These include the Pirahna Plants and Lungfish

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** Several Also inverted; several enemies will do this to YOU. These include the such as Pirahna Plants and LungfishLunge Fish, and even one boss, Prince Froggy, can do this to ''you''.
24th Oct '16 9:23:58 AM KoopaKid17
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* EarlyBirdBoss: If you're going for 100 points, Burt the Bashful from the first game can be this. Burt's weak spot shrinks after each hit so every timing your throws becomes much more difficult as he attacks you. One miss and you can kiss your perfect score goodbye. It doesn't help that the first castle boss, Salvo the Slime, is significantly easier.

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* EarlyBirdBoss: If you're going for 100 points, Burt the Bashful from the first game can be this. Burt's weak spot shrinks after each hit so every timing your throws becomes much more difficult as he attacks you. One miss and you can kiss your perfect score goodbye. It doesn't help that the first castle boss, Salvo the Slime, is significantly easier.
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