Advertising Blurbswww.nintendo.com - Wii Virtual Console:
Take one part puzzle game, combine with intuitive game play, add a pinch of multiplayer action, and top with a layer of everyone’s favorite dinosaur. Mix together and let set for roughly 100 stages worth of time. If that sounds like a winning recipe to you, then step into the kitchen and get ready for a batch of fast-paced puzzle action! Hunker down to move rows and columns of randomly placed cookies in an effort to align all the cookies of the same type. Successfully assemble a row or column to make the line disappear, and then move to a new one. If you’re good enough, you may even be able to make a Yoshi cookie appear! Feel like taking on a friend? Fire up the two-player mode, where you can attack your opponent while competing to match as many cookies as possible. Be careful, though—if your timing is off, you could end up attacking yourself! Who knew that dinosaurs had such a weakness for puzzle games and sweets?
Virtual Console™This classic game is part of the Virtual Console service, which brings you great games created for consoles such as NES™, Super NES™ and Game Boy™ Advance. See more Virtual Console games for Wii.
Contributed by Michael Cassidy (12940) on Jul 07, 2015.
- Play alone or challenge up to four players using the Four Player Adapter.*
- 10 rounds each with 10 stages.
- Choose to be Mario, Yoshi, the Princess or Bowser.
- Four Player fun requires four Game Boy systems and four game paks.
Cookie Chaos for Mario and Yoshi!Mario and Yoshi are filling in at the Cookie Factory, and they need your help! Fresh baked cookies roll out of the ovens. It’s up to Mario to sort and stack ‘em before they pile too high!
Line up a row of the same kind of cookies either vertically or horizontally, and they vanish! Clear the screen to move on to a new level of cookie chaos. Yoshi appears from time to time to stir things up. Play for high score, or head-to-head against a friend. The mouth-watering madness doesn’t let up!
Contributed by Jeanne (75500) on Nov 13, 2002.