Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

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Note: This article is about the game. For the location in Super Mario World, see Yoshi's Island.

Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island is the first game to star Yoshi, and the first game chronologically in the entire Mario series. The game was later re-released for the Game Boy Advance under the title Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island. A heavily-criticized sequel, Yoshi's Story, was released for the Nintendo 64, and a Nintendo DS sequel named Yoshi's Island DS was also released. Another Yoshi game is Yoshi Touch & Go. Yoshi's Island is the first game to feature Mario as a baby.

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Plot

One night, The Stork was carrying two babies across the sky. These two babies were Baby Mario and Baby Luigi, the future heroes of the Mushroom Kingdom. Suddenly, a strange figure, Kamek the Magikoopa, flew by on his broomstick and attack the stork. He managed to kidnapped baby, however, he are only able to kidnap Baby Luigi, and the other baby fell down towards the ocean. When Kamek discovered his mistake, he sent his Toadies to find and capture the missing baby.

Meanwhile, the other baby, Baby Mario, had fallen on Yoshi's Island on top of a Yoshi. Along with the baby fell a map, but the Yoshi could not make sense of it. He consulted his other Yoshi friends and told him what had happened. After some talking, the green Yoshi found out what the baby really wanted – he wanted to save his brother from Kamek. So the Yoshis decided to help the baby and they set out on an adventure to rescue Baby Luigi from Kamek and his Toadies.

Worlds

World 1

  • Make Eggs, Throw Eggs
  • Watch Out Below!
  • The Cave of Chomp Rock
  • Burt the Bashful's Fort
  • Hop! Hop! Donut Lifts
  • Shy Guys on Stilts
  • Touch Fuzzy Get Dizzy
  • Salvo the Slime's Castle
  • Extra: Poochy Ain't Stupid
  • Secret 1: Exercise in The Skies (GBA port only)

World 2

  • Visit Koopa and Para-Koopa
  • The Baseball Boys
  • What's Gusty Taste Like?
  • The Bigger Boo's Fort
  • Watch Out for Lakitu
  • The Cave of the Mystery Maze
  • Lakitu's Wall
  • The Potted Ghost's Castle
  • Extra: Hit That Switch!!
  • Secret 2: Mystery of The Castle? (GBA port only)

World 3

  • Welcome to Monkey World!
  • Jungle Rhythm...
  • Nep-Enut's Domain
  • Prince Froggy's Fort
  • Jammin' Through the Trees
  • The Cave of Harry Hedgehog
  • Monkeys' Favorite Lake
  • Naval Piranha's Castle
  • Extra: More Monkey Madness
  • Secret 3: Go! Go! Morphing! (GBA port only)

World 4

  • GO! GO! MARIO!!
  • The Cave of the Lakitus
  • Don't Look Back!
  • Marching Milde's Fort
  • Chomp Rock Zone
  • Lake Shore Paradise
  • Ride Like the Wind
  • Hookbill the Koopa's Castle
  • Extra: The Impossible? Maze
  • Secret 4: Fight Toadies /w Toadies (GBA port only)

World 5

  • BLIZZARD!!!
  • Ride the Ski Lifts
  • Danger - Icy Conditions Ahead
  • Sluggy the Unshaven's Fort
  • Goonie Rides!
  • Welcome to Cloud World
  • Shifting Platforms Ahead
  • Raphael the Raven's Castle
  • Extra: Kamek's Revenge
  • Secret 5: Item Are Fun! (GBA port only)

World 6

  • Scary Skeleton Goonies!
  • The Cave of the Bandits
  • Beware the Spinning Logs
  • Tap-Tap the Red Nose's Fort
  • The Very Loooooong Cave
  • The Deep, Underground Maze
  • KEEP MOVING!!!!
  • King Bowser's Castle
  • Extra: Castles - Masterpiece Set (know as Ultimate Castle Challenge in GBA port)
  • Secret 6: Endless Worlds of Yoshi (GBA port only)

Bosses

Each world features a midway fort and an end-world castle, both with their own boss. Every boss is just an enlarged version of a basic enemy that Kamek super-sizes with his magic. The only exception is Prince Froggy, who remains at his normal size while Yoshi and Mario are shrunk; he then eats them and the battle is located in his stomach.

World 1

  • Burt the Bashful (Fort)
  • Salvo the Slime (Castle)

World 2

  • Bigger Boo (Fort)
  • Roger the Potted Ghost (Castle)

World 3

  • Prince Froggy (Fort)
  • Naval Piranha (Castle)

World 4

  • Marching Milde (Fort)
  • Hookbill the Koopa (Castle)

World 5

  • Sluggy the Unshaven (Fort)
  • Raphael the Raven (Castle)

World 6

  • Tap-Tap the Red Nose (Fort)
  • Baby Bowser (Castle)

Hacking

Hacking the levels of Yoshi's Island is possible with Eggvine and Golden Egg. Eggvine is the older editor created by Squash Monster and his team. It does not have graphics-support, but instead shows colorful blocks, which represent objects and sprites. It also tends to crash and has some defective functions. Furthermore, you are limited to use the space, which is used by the original levels, because Eggvine cannot relocate the levels to free space. The newest version is v0.81+ and is unlikely to ever get another update. Golden Egg was created by Romi and has graphic-support for Layer 1 tiles and the Background-Gradient and a much better labelling of header settings. However, it's still in its beta-version and has a chance of corrupting some levels, so it's not recommended to use it for larger hacking projects. The editor uses an external wiki, the "Yoshi's Island hacking wiki" is a wiki dedicated to Hacking Yoshi's Island and contains all the elements on how to hack Yoshi's Island there, It was created by xxxzzz1.

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