Summary: This game was pretty solid. Being one of my earliest DS games, I appreciated the creative use of the touch screen and ingenuity in regards to the dual screen interface. I had not played a lot of Yoshi's Island before playing Touch & Go, but it's apparent that the gameplay is mostly derived from that title. If you can pick this game up for cheap it's definitely worth picking up.
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: 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.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun. It takes advantage of the touch screen very well. I have to admit this game is difficult, but the more you play it the better you get at it. Yoshi Touch and Go has 5 awesome modes which are all a blast. The modes are Score Attack, Marathon Mode (my favorite), Time Attack, VS. (multiplayer), and Challenge. It is so creative how you draw clouds and throw eggs, all using the touch screen.
Summary: I'm an autistic adult gamer and this is my review on Yoshi touch and go. It's good game cute too But I don't understand the game. All I know is I'm suppose to draw cloud's not really understanding this to well. Need help with game any info or comment's will be great. Thanks. Buy this game if you like little baby Mario and baby Luigi.
Summary: when I first started playing the game I thought what the heck why can't I save but then I relized that saving this game would well... suck! This game is perfect for a road trip or waiting for your food at a resteraunt.A fun easy to play game with great graphics and nice music to follow (this music easily gets stuck in your head if you play to much though.) If you like yoshi games this is a great game for you but you can't eat the enimies.
All it needs is a story... More levels would be nice, too.
Pebbles "Pebbles", Amazon
25 September 2006
Summary: Yoshi touch & go is a fun, addicting game, with 4 modes that span from going as far as possible without getting killed to scoring the highest amount of points in a short period. I recently bought this game (yesterday) and was pleased, but a little borred by the slow and sometimes annoying gameplay. Don't get me wrong, this is a great game, but the sky area is hard and difficult to get the hang of.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
25 September 2006
Summary: I love Yoshi! I remember playing Yoshi's Story quite a bit. The Yoshi Touch and Go is a great little game for quick playing - but it really is too short. There are two basic modes. In the first mode, Baby Mario is floating downwards through the sky. He floats down in the top screen - and you see what is beneath him in the lower screen.
Summary: I was nervous when I bought this game. Really, it's so unique, it will be a big hit or a horrable disaster. My worries were sort of at ease after I began the game. Instantly, I noticed some flaws. If your like me, you just touch a mode and assume they're going to explain the version to you, well they don't. Instead you have to look for a (fairly small) "Demo" button. What kind of button is Demo? I mean honestly!
Summary: I knew the DS was going to be a good system but I didn't know it was going to stop me from playing my Gamecube! If I had a choice of whether to play Gamecube or DS, it would be the DS. One of the reasons is because of Yoshi Touch and Go. I can't stop playing it. (8 score) Plotline: Continuing the story from Yoshi's Island but from a different view point. A stork is carrying 2 babies when Kamek attacks and the stork drops both babies.