Yoshi's Wooly World | WiiU
Yoshi's Wooly World release date for WiiU:
26 June 2015 | Worldwide
26 June 2015 | Europe PAL
16 October 2015 | USA NTSC
Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet, players: 1-2
0 Game score 9.1 / 10 calculated out of 72 players' votes.
Expectations before the premiere: 9.8 / 10 calculated out of 30 players' votes.
Yoshi's Wooly World | 3DS
Yoshi's Wooly World release date for 3DS:
03 February 2017 | Worldwide
03 February 2017 | Europe PAL
03 February 2017 | USA NTSC
Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: local network / Internet, players: 1-2
Expectations: 10 / 10 calculated out of 3 players' votes.
Yoshi’s Wooly World for Nintendo Wii U is a three-dimensional, family friendly platformer set in a world made of yarn. It has been announced in 2014 for Wii U during E3 2014 by Nintendo and debuted a year later, with its 3DS port being revealed at Nintendo direct event in September. In Yoshi’s Wooly World, we play as titular, green dinosaur Yoshi, one of the best known mascots of the Japanese company, appearing in countless titles of the producer and even in a few games of his own. In case of 3DS version, creators prepared new levels that were not present in original Wii U release. They introduce players to a new hero, a dog named Poochy.
Yoshi’s Wooly World expands on concept first seen in Kirby’s Epic Yarn, which debuted on Wii U in 2010. Many of its features are based on Yoshi’s Island series, with the game being a classic 2.5D platformer. The main hero is followed by eggs, which can be thrown at chosen targets or surrounding objects. Thanks to the whole world being made of yarn, we can rip some parts of it to uncover new paths and secrets. The title offers cooperation mode for two players, offering more ways of playing it.
Each location in Yoshi’s Wooly World for Nintendo Wii U has been created with virtual yarn, with characters resembling handcrafted puppets filled with cotton. With the new 3D engine and visuals filled with details, the image of knitted world is truly mesmerizing.