Make Eggs, Throw Eggs
Make Eggs, Throw Eggs is the first stage Yoshi must pass in the events of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and its remake, Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3. Since it is the first level of the game, it serves pretty much as a tutorial of Yoshi's abilities and game play in general, in which the players learn how to play the game. For this reason, the level is considerably easy and short, even for the average gamer. Before this stage, Yoshi has to pass a very short level in which the game teaches the player the basics about Baby Mario; to always keep him on Yoshi's back, and to grab him by touching him if anything happens, like touching an enemy. Ba-dum BUM!, the first level in Yoshi's Island DS resembles this level.
As the level starts, Yoshi finds himself in a field. There is an Hint Box, that tells the player how to make eggs. Two Shy Guys and a Crazee Dayzee are walking a few steps forward, along with a platform with another one. Upon advancing a bit more, there will be a Flower with a Piranha Plant next to it, which Yoshi must jump and dodge. There is a Winged Cloud not far away from it. The player must hit it with an egg, which will make some small platforms appear. After the player climbs up, they can collect several coins, as well as another Flower and some stars.
Once the player is back down, they find two Piranha Plants blocking a Warp Pipe. The player must hit them both or just one of them and enter the pipe which leads to a cave. In this underground area, Yoshi has to use a Chomp Rock and collect the coins all over the place. After exiting the Warp Pipe and going forward for a while, there will be a Winged Cloud that if hit will cause a beanstalk to appear. After climbing it, the player may go left to find a Flower. After that, the player may jump down and fall on the ledge of the platform below for another Winged Cloud, which uncovers the last stars needed for the level. After that, the player must climb the beanstalk again and continue right where they will find the goal roulette.
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