New handcrafted Yoshi and Kirby games launching in March

Donna Miller
January 10, 2019

The game has a handcrafted look, as well, as the world is crafted from everyday items, like paper cups and boxes, according to the press release. You can find out more about Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn here.

The platform game developed by Good-Feel, the team behind two other creative games starring Nintendo characters - Yoshi's Wooly World and Kirby's Epic Yarn, will be released on March 29th. On the flip side, stages can be played backward, providing new perspectives to explore and the challenge to find Poochy-Pups that are hiding around the course. U Deluxe set to release at the end of the week for Nintendo Switch, allowing players to experience the classic Wii U game on the move for the first time. For more information about the Yoshi's Crafted World game for the Nintendo Switch system, visit https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/yoshis-crafted-world-switch.

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One particular tidbit which is always of interest for those who prefer to purchase their Switch games digitally is the file size, and we now know that Yoshi's Crafted World will take up 5.6GB space on your console or SD card. For one thing, there are new minigames featuring everybody's favorite anti-heroes Meta Knight and King Dedede, as well as new furniture to deck out Kirby's Pad with a unique "Devilish" mode that adds challenge to each stage. Per Nintendo, a few examples include "a giant yarn ball used to attack enemies, a wire sword that can slice through anything, and the Nylon ability, which can generate wind for jumping higher and collecting beads". Based on the Wii game of the same name, this handheld version features all sorts of stringy fun, as well as full Amiibo functionality with Kirby-based Amiibos.

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