Yoshi's Woolly World | Wii-U | Out Now | Reviews P.5

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by Squinty » Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:12 pm

I enjoyed playing this as well. Probably the closest we'll get to a Yoshi's Island game.

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by Pedz » Thu Oct 08, 2015 3:03 pm

Played more of this today, have now got all the Yoshis and flowers in world's 1-3 and all Bar the unlock able level in world 4. I really am enjoying it. Looks lovely too.

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by Pedz » Sun Oct 11, 2015 7:23 pm

Finished this yesterday, but me and the missus went and grabbed all the flowers and yarns. We now have all 66 Yoshis, all bar one flower, as we missed one on the last unlockable level, we also have about 20 stamps to get overall the levels. Though I can't see us bothering. Very fun and enjoyable game.

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by Qikz » Tue Sep 06, 2016 10:19 pm

Been playing this again recently on my new TV and damn is this game beautiful. I'm missing one flower in world 3, but have all the yoshis and flowers otherwise so far. Just did world 4-1 when my gamepad battery charge drained.

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by Qikz » Thu Sep 15, 2016 6:21 pm

Holy gooseberry fool the ice world was adorable as all hell.

On the final world now and even this is a step up. The first level was amazing!

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PostRe: Yoshi's Woolly World | Wii-U | Out Now | Reviews P.5
by Lime » Thu Sep 15, 2016 6:22 pm

This game is on my huge Wii U backlog pile - I think I got as far as world 2.

Looking forward to getting back to it!

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PostRe: Yoshi's Woolly World | Wii-U | Out Now | Reviews P.5
by Qikz » Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:23 am

So I finished this today (yeah I left it 5 months before picking up the last world >_>)

Final world was really fun. Not 100% as I'm missing a few flowers, a few woolen yoshis and some stamps, but for an (I'd say 80%) clear I had a blast with this.

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by Squinty » Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:43 pm

I keep meaning to go back to this and 100% it. I can imagine that's where the challenge comes from.

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by Errkal » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:40 pm

Just started this, love the wool style really cool. playing it in what ever the easy mode was called because I pretty much suck at games and am more interested in fun and things that having a tough time, at least in these type games anyway

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by Pedz » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:41 pm

Thia game is piss easy on the normal mode. I didn't even know there was an easy mode, what does it do remove all the enemies?

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by Errkal » Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:55 pm

makes the ball shooting more relaxed to give you more time and I think let's you skip levels if you lack any skills. My sort of mode :P

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by Errkal » Sun Mar 19, 2017 3:54 pm

Started the second world, it's just a nice fun happy game. Works great as a tv on play on the gamepad game (that said I've been playing Zelda mainly on gamepad)

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by SerialCeler » Sun May 12, 2019 3:52 pm

I couldn’t justify buying Crafted World without completing this first. I’ve finished it and am now just going back trying to get 100% on each level.

It’s a very clever platformer - although sometimes I think it’s a bit clever for its own good, there’s quite a few levels where you have to stand around waiting for something to happen.

I actually found some of it quite challenging. Not to actually finish the levels, but chasing all the items. And those special levels are evil :dread:

For those who’ve played Crafted World, what’s your comparison?

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PostRe: Yoshi's Woolly World | Wii-U | Out Now | Reviews P.5
by Pedz » Sun May 12, 2019 5:41 pm

SerialCeler wrote:I couldn’t justify buying Crafted World without completing this first. I’ve finished it and am now just going back trying to get 100% on each level.

It’s a very clever platformer - although sometimes I think it’s a bit clever for its own good, there’s quite a few levels where you have to stand around waiting for something to happen.

I actually found some of it quite challenging. Not to actually finish the levels, but chasing all the items. And those special levels are evil :dread:

For those who’ve played Crafted World, what’s your comparison?

100% on Crafted. and 99.99999% on Woolly. Think I decided not to bother getting the last flower I was missing. I only wanted the yarn tbh.

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