Yoshi Topsy-Turvy

Yoshi Topsy-Turvy

released on Apr 22, 2004

Yoshi Topsy-Turvy

released on Apr 22, 2004

In Yoshi Topsy-Turvy, Yoshi Island has been turned into a picture book. Yoshi will not stand for this outlandish attempt at flattening his world, and he heads off on an adventure to return things back to their original state. To help in on his quest, a group of spirits who like to surprise people give Yoshi the ability to rotate the world to his liking. The big catch with Yoshi Topsy-Turvy is its use of a motion sensor, similar to the one set to be featured in the second Wario Ware GBA game. The game cartridge includes a built in motion sensor which detects how you move the GBA system. By turning the system, you make the world rotate. A meter on the upper right corner of the screen shows which way the system is being held at any time. Rotate the system to help Yoshi stay on the path and make it past perils and through the varied stages. Go full tilt! By tilting your Game Boy Advance, you'll tilt the environment around Yoshi, knocking over enemies, swinging pendulums, and letting Yoshi run up walls and leap huge pits! Will this ending be happy? All of Yoshi's Island is trapped in a storybook, and only by meeting the challenges of each chapter will you succeed. Collect coins, defeat enemies, or race for the finish to satisfy each course's conditions


Also in series

Yoshi's Egg Toss
Yoshi's Egg Toss
Yoshi's Island DS
Yoshi's Island DS
Yoshi Touch & Go
Yoshi Touch & Go
Yoshi's Island
Yoshi's Island
Yoshi's Story
Yoshi's Story

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well, it's a neat and novel game. probably more novel if I played with its original gyro controls, but I used a control hack on an emulator. it can be tedious to get gold medals, but it's too simplistic and unrewarding not to. the art style is a little garish to me.

Oh, hey, the first GBA game I ever owned! Not a great first impression, either. I was only 12 at the time, but even then, I could tell this was mediocre as all hell. The weird, janky physics combined with gimmicks that add nothing to the game... You can't even make eggs, for heck's sake. This is barely a Yoshi game, much less a good game.

queria ser do contra e gostar mais desse joguinho, mas infelizmente os gamers tão certos dessa vez.

pelo menos Topsy-Turvy tem esse spritezinho muito precioso do Yoshi.