Summary: While essentially a fun collection of variants of the same minigame, Yoshi fans are better off purchasing Yoshi's Island DS, Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's Story, or waiting for Yoshi's New Island on the 3DS.
Summary: The Best Thing About Yoshi Touch & Go (for the Nintendo DS) is There Are No Princesses to Rescue (Not Even Princess Peach) When Yoshi Guides Baby Mario to Safety and Away from Those Pesky Shyguys (from Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Nintendo Entertainment System) That the Bowser/Kamek Duo Loaned from Wart in SMB2.
Summary: Yoshi's Island was terrific on the Super Nintendo. It stroke back again on the Game Boy Advance. And now, we get....what seems like a minigame of the Yoshi games. Yoshi Touch & Go has a variety of game modes. The one I always play is Marathon. The graphics are great for the DS handheld. The sounds are superb too. As for the gameplay... In a normal game mode, Baby Mario would fall from the sky.
Despite my 9 year old's love of Yoshi, this game did not hit it out of the park
Vicki L. Bennett "luv2write4ever", Amazon
9 April 2010
Summary: My daughter loves Yoshi and her DS, so I thought this game would be perfect for her. She was very excited when she first began playing it, but soon became frustrated. The graphics and characters are no let down, but having to "pave" Yoshi's way with a trail of clouds for extended periods only to die when you fail and have to start over from the beginning (there are no extra lives) gets old fast to my daughter. It might be better for an older age group.