Summary: considering that this game came out very early for the DS, it'd a fun and addicting game. It may not have much content, but the content it has is worth it. Simple enough for any gamer and also has modes for gamers that want a little more challenge. Not really a game that you will play frequently and enjoy all of the time, with no real plot line or story, the game is purely for the enjoyment of the game play.
Summary: alright in some of these previous ones people said this game practically stinks!!!!!!!!!!! well i am realllly surprised because this game is awesome fun to play lasts long and over all has great potential considering this was like the SECOND ds game. it is over all awesome and i recomend it highly.
Summary: Yoshi touch and go is a amazing and I love the style of this game. I played it for 5 minutes and i was blown away, It is very creative how yoshi gets to hold mario and you get to shoot eggs, make pathways, eat coins and plenty more! there is something that i dont like about the game, Its that if you get hit once you die and if you didn't make it to the halfway point you have to start all over. thats pretty much it for complaints.
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.
Summary: I hope that Nintendo realizes more and more by the day how important it is to have excellent first-party input on their DS console. Their latest release for the silver, dual-screened console, Yoshi Touch & Go, is a good game that could have been great, had it not been for a few key flaws. Yoshi’s Touch & Go, a “sequel” or “side-story” from Yoshi’s Island, is a very unique title indeed.
Summary: I'm usually a very positive gamer. However, Touch and Go left me feeling disappointed... First off, Yoshi just keeps moving forward. You have no control over him. You can only scribble clouds so he doesn't fall to his doom, in which case, you have to start the single level again.Oh yes, you can touch the screen the to shoot and egg.Um-yay? Please, use the $30 you would use to buy this game for something better.
Summary: Yoshi Touch and Go is a great game for the Nintendo DS, which offers ' simple ' gameplay, that any kid can do. It sounds simple, but it isn't as easy as it seems. You take the roll of Yoshi and Baby mario, and guide them alone with a path of clouds, and shoot enemies and other stuff with Yoshi's eggs. There are 5 gameplay modes to play, all of which different in some way. This is a great game, but it just doesn't have depth.
Summary: Truthfully, Yoshi Touch and Go is a game that shows potential, but there are a few things that keep it from being great. It's a unique game, I'll say that much; and it definitely came out on the right system; however, I can't help but admit that this is just another game to show off the Nintendo DS's power. There's gameplay, but no story. First and foremost, Yoshi Touch and Go was first designed as a tech demo for the Nintendo DS.
Summary: `Yoshi Touch and Go' was developed from a DS technology demo and it hasn't strayed far from its roots. The fact is that YTG is a radical change from any game I've ever played and that's definitely a good thing. Forget any of the buttons; the entire game is controlled using the stylus. Even Yoshi himself is completely autonomous as he inexorably moves forward. The point of the game is to clear a safe path for our diminutive dinosaur protagonist.