Make Eggs, Throw Eggs
Make Eggs, Throw Eggs is the first level of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and its remake, Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3. It serves as the main tutorial of the game, featuring multiple Message Blocks detailing many of Yoshi's abilities and other game mechanics. Ba-dum BUM!, the first level in Yoshi's Island DS, bears a strong resemblance to this level.
The level starts in a flat, flowery field with a nearby Message Block, telling the player how to make eggs. Slightly further along, there are a few Shy Guys, one on a suspended platform, and a Crazee Dayzee walking around. It is followed by a small rock with the first flower above it and a Wild Piranha in a small ditch next to it. After the rock, there is a Message Block explaining how to throw eggs, as well as a Winged Cloud in the air. Hitting the cloud with an egg will create a staircase leading to some coins, the first Red Coins, a Winged Cloud carried by a Fly Guy containing Stars, and a flower.
Back on the ground, two Wild Piranhas block access to a Warp Pipe, leading to an underground section. Within it is a Chomp Rock used to roll over a few Shy Guys and access a high ledge with the exit pipe, a few Fly Guys carrying Red Coins, and a Tulip.
The exit to the underground section is not far from its entrance, under two rocks, with the third flower being to the immediate left of it. The area to the right of it contains the fourth flower underneath a Wild Piranha, as well as a rotating platform. Moving forward, there is a pipe which spawns an infinite number of Shy Guys, with a Winged Cloud containing Stars above it. After going through a short tunnel, there is a Winged Cloud that must be hit, sprouting a beanstalk which allows access to the platforms above. Back to the left, past the edge of the upper platform, there is another Winged Cloud containing the final flower for the level. Over to the right, there is another spinning platform that allows access to an even higher ledge. Upon it is a Message Block explaining the purpose of Red Coins, as well as another Chomp Rock. The rock can be rolled down the hill past more Shy Guys and Wild Piranhas, leading to the goal roulette.
In-game help instructions (SNES version)
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