Nothing nicer than this game is possible to create according to the classical laws of physics! From the first frames you play as a knitted dragon, when he jumps up, he says peepeepeeu! And there is also an amiibo for the game and they are not made of plastic, but also knitted! Okay, not counting the cuteness, there are a lot of curious mechanics in the game and each level adds something new, and there are 43 levels, so you'll get tired of listing, but the main thing: you untie the enemies, which are made of yarn, into balls, and then from these balls you tie up ladders/ platforms / pipes to pass through. Bosses are lamp bosses of a healthy person: and not annoying impenetrable but you will need to find your own approach to everyone. And of course the achievements! The creators have stuffed every level with them from the bottom of their hearts! Somewhere you need to crumple the fabric of the level wall in order to move it and go to a secret location (you remember that everything is knitted in the game), somewhere to dive under water, although the main line of passage is on the surface, somewhere above the clouds to collect achievements behind the upper edge of the screen (even the camera does not move there).
In short, my recommendation is: give birth to a son and go through this game with him, at least because when playing together, you can also untie a friend and throw his clew wherever you want! :-)
I was not expecting much when I picked this game up for 20 dollars and the mainstream reviews but There’s collectibles like the original yoshi island and the music art and gameplay is very enjoyable. A good amount of levels and secret levels. co-op is also alot of fun. It seems the people know how good this game is on here.
Yoshi’s Woolly World doesn’t do much that we haven’t seen before in Nintendo’s long history of these sorts of games, and its exceptional cuteness factor helps overcome some of its slightly derivative design. But in a season so focused on doing vicious harm in virtual worlds, its lovely to take a whimsical stroll with this delightful dinosaur daredevil.
Yoshi's Woolly World is a platformer that you'll want to cuddle. Its graphics and design are simply awesome, turning it in one of the best looking Wii U games. The bad game design of the special levels can sometimes spoils the experience, but if you like this kind of game and you have a Wii U, you should give Yoshi's Woolly World a try.
While Wooly World is mostly Yoshi's Island in a fuzzier package, that's not necessarily a bad thing. Its arts and crafts makeover may be mostly superficial, but by working with the parts of one of the world's greatest platformers, developer Good-Feel makes their recycling worthwhile.
The fact that Yoshi's Woolly World hasn't been ported to the Switch is a crime. It is such a beautiful game, and it's always a good time in co-op. It's fun in solo too, but it's always better to get a friend along. If you're on the fence about getting this game, just get it, especially if you're planning to get it digitally because of the whole e-shop thing
Un juego bastante entrenido y con esa originalidad de crear un mundo de estambre, el cual es muy bien ligado con el mundo de Yoshi, lo unico malo de este juego es su muy corto modos de juego y su historia muy probre, que al llegar a la final diras ¿Eso es todo?
I've figured I'd reword my previous review, to give a better, more sophisticated viewpoint on it.
To sum it all up first and foremost, I actually stopped playing it very early on, and often found myself skipping stages with the skip badge just to get to the fun parts of the game, which were the fortresses and castles. I would certainly love to continue this game, but sadly, it never really clicked with me, which is why I stopped.
The graphics and soundtrack are great, I'll give Good-Feel that. It's very charming, and it really makes you feel happy inside. In fact, that's a big part of why I'm not rating this lower. Unfortunately, the visuals and soundtrack don't even make up for the uneventful, boring gameplay I've experienced from this I'm about to tell you.
A lot of stages felt like a boring slog, where I was just running around trying to find the solution to a puzzle, or just simply getting to the goal, all of that with nothing really eventful or noteworthy in-game. This really killed the fun I could've had from this game, and that's why I'm giving this a negative review.
Overall, I wouldn't really recommend this game at all if you have a low tolerance for running around aimlessly trying to find the solution or where there's not really much happening. If you're a general Yoshi fan and don't mind all that, be my guest. If you find a "thread" of truth in this game, I'm glad you enjoy it then. lol (Sorry, I couldn't think of a better joke. : ) )
I don't know why Nintendo insists on ruining good game franchises. They did it with Star Fox and to a lesser extent Legend of Zelda and Metroid.
Nintendo fans get excited by a specific game franchise because of certain expectations they have from a name brand.
Yoshi's Wolly World isn't a bad game by any means, but I was constantly just thinking about how I would have really just liked a new Yoshi's Island.
SummaryTake Yoshi on an adventure to remember in Yoshi Land for Nintendo Wii U. Enjoy dual-screen control thanks to the Wii U Touchscreen GamePad, while you'll also be able to experience full integration with Nintendo's MiiVerse service.