One of the biggest Nintendo titles coming for the Wii U this year is Yoshi’s Woolly World. Nintendo Insider has shared three new gameplay videos of Yoshi’s Woolly World, showcasing the title screen, the opening cutscene, as well as some gameplay.
You can view the videos below:
Yoshi's Wooly World will feature a Classic as well as a Mellow Mode
The Classic mode will let players enjoy the game normally, while Mellow mode, gives Yoshi wings, and the two modes are interchangeable during a course.
Set off with a friend* through a wild, woolly world in this grand Yoshi™ adventure! A treasure trove of clever handicraft stages are ready for you to explore. Unravel their secrets and color your world with a spectrum of yarn balls to knit new paths and get every last collectible.
Knitting yarn, patchwork, and other handicraft materials combine into a whimsical and crafty backdrop for our knit Yoshi to explore. Instead of eggs, this time Yoshi tosses yarn balls that he can use to clear blocked paths, tangle-up enemies, or even knit together platforms and warp pipes. Yoshi can also tug at stray yarn to unravel walls and reveal hard-to-reach areas filled with hidden collectibles. Tackle challenges in local 2-Player co-op by partnering up with a friend. Gobble 'em up and spit 'em out to reach new heights or take out craftwork creepers like paratroopas, piranha plants and shy guys! It's time to get crafty.
- Toss yarn balls to knit together background elements or tie-up enemies
- Unravel puzzles and walls to discover hidden areas and collectables
- Explore each crafty stage to discover new surprises—there's no time limit
- Discover and explore new areas in 2-player cooperative multiplayer (additional accessories required for multiplayer mode; sold separately)
- Mellow Mode gives Yoshi™ wings so everyone can enjoy
Yoshi's Woolly World, will be released in North America in the Fall of 2015 alongside the new Yoshi Amiibos.
We will bring you any new information about Yoshi's Woolly World as well as other Nintendo news as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime be sure to check out our previous Nintendo coverage, here and here.