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Yoshi's Crafted World is a solid 2.5D platformer that makes interesting use of its 3D environment. At its best, it'll remind you of the finest games in the genre, like Klonoa and Tomba, but the game can feel repetitive at times, especially going for 100% completion.
This is due to the needless padding each stage introduces, in which you have to throw an egg at every crafted object the game tells you to, which would be fine if it let you check them all off the list at once, rather than forcing you to go out of a level and then back in for the next one.
Other than that, it plays like a standard Yoshi game, in which you have to reach the goal taking as little damage as possible, with completion rewards given for all 20 red coins collected and every flower acquired in a stage. It's more laid back than other titles, making exploration a much more comfortable experience, but if you only want to breeze through each level, it's a ridiculously easy game that you'll finish in no time.
Overall, it's nowhere near as bad as its detractors will have you believe, especially if you don't rush through these games while skipping all the secrets and branching paths, but it does suffer from some repetition due to needless padding and other easily fixable problems. If you like what you see, then you'll enjoy the game, otherwise wait for a sale.
This is a highly enjoyable game and still is! Only problem was, when you get to one of the levels there are notes that you can view. It said 'If you see him run away...' we kept playing only to find a clown holding an axe that screams at you. If you get to close they run at you. You keep going and find that more and more keep appearing. Another note appears and says 'They come from behind...'. When you exit the note one comes from behind you and tries to hit you with its axe! Disappointed that they would include something like this in a childrens game. In our opinion inappropriate for kids.
One of my daughters is a bit obsessed with Yoshi, but they both enjoy the co-operative exploration of a world that's made out of cardboard, bottle tops, and other crafty bits and pieces. Lots of little surprises, quite challenging for completionists (which they both are) but you can also play it casually for a few minutes at a time. A bit too repetitive for me, but I didn't buy it for me. Charming and fun.
This a really enjoyable family friendly game. It has two difficulty modes, with one basically letting you repeatedly tap the jump button to fly. This makes the platforming much simpler for my kids.
There are multiple collectables within each level (yellow coins, red coins, flower heads) so it's a bit more involved than reaching the end of the level. I like this but my kids do ask for help to get extra flower heads so they can unlock later levels. After the story is completed some additional levels become available (if you have enough flower heads) and these offer a bit more challenge.
On the topic of 'help' this game allows two players to play on the same switch in co-op. This works OK but I do get frustrated when I get swallowed accidentally by the other player and lose the eggs I was carrying.
Also, while the environments look great I found the music to be irritating. I did really like the changing of aspects in the levels where you'd move to the front and back of the screen.
I've dropped a star for the music and the minor irritation of players stepping on each others toes in co-op. I also didn't care about the collectable outfit element.
In short - it's not challenging, but it's an enjoyable experience you can share with your kids.
Good quality Nintendo game. Great for younger siblings to play together, or for a parent and child. Good for single player / adults too if you like a fun and relaxed game with plenty of collectables to hunt down. The 'crafted world' is charming and inventive, and really feels like you're playing in hand-made environments.