Yoshi Touch & Go Ad Blurbs (Nintendo DS)
Advertising BlurbsBack of Case - DS (UK):
Ready, set... touch & go! In the air or on the ground, lead Yoshi through his latest adventure! Help Yoshi carry Baby Mario, using the stylus to throw eggs and draw cloud paths! Encircle enemies and guide Baby Mario safely through the skies. Aim for high scores in 4 different play modes, or take on a friend in wireless Vs. Battle Mode!
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on May 09, 2007.
You've Got the Touch!
As a stork delivers baby Mario and Luigi to a lucky family, Kamek the Magikoopa attacks, knocking Baby Mario out of the stork's beak and sends him plummeting to Yoshi's Island!
Toadies, Shy Guys, and other baddies threaten Baby Mario's path. Can you help him safely reach the island? Get him on solid ground and Yoshi will baby-sit him through treacherous side-scrolling levels!
Contributed by Evil Ryu (60745) on Aug 12, 2005.
READY, SET...TOUCH & GO!
With countless perils waiting in the air and on the land, it'll take a golden touch to lead Yoshi through his latest and greatest adventure!
As Yoshi carries Baby Mario across Yoshi's Island, use the stylus to throw eggs at enemies, lead him to egg-replenishing fruit, and make him jump over danger!
Encircle enemies, throw coins, and guide Baby Mario through the dangerous skies.
Tackle the endless Marathon mode, play for high scores in Score Attack, or take on a friend in wireless Vs. mode!
Contributed by Alrightya (312) on Jun 11, 2005.
Yoshi and Baby Mario. They go together like, um, a DS and stylus?
Yoshi and Baby Mario are about to embark on another wild adventure, this time on the Nintendo DS!
Using the Nintendo DS system's two screens and touch-screen capability, you'll have to help Yoshi guard Baby Mario and guide him to safety. On vertical-action levels, players must use the stylus to draw clouds on the touch screen to protect Baby Mario from enemies and lead him to Yoshi. On horizontal side-scrolling levels, players must use the stylus to look out for Yoshi as he gallops across the countryside. On top of all that, Yoshi Touch & Go (temporary title) also features two-player wireless play.
Yoshi Touch & Go is a great example of the innovative gameplay available with the Nintendo DS. Creating lines of clouds with the stylus is fun and intuitive, and despite the simple control interface the game can actually become quite challenging. There is something distinctly satisfying about drawing clouds on the bottom screen, then watching them scroll up and affect the game on the upper screen. We can't wait to test drive a complete version of this promising title.
Stay tuned to nintendo.com for more information.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (60745) on Apr 26, 2005.