MarioWiki:Featured articles/N1/Yoshi Touch & Go
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- Ray Trace (talk) The game had a surprising coverage gap when I first tackled it, as while it had gameplay essentials and Yoshi images for the table (added by me earlier back), not all enemies, items, and objects were documented. Researching the instruction manual helped fill in some of the missing features (such as the lack of mention of the POW Block). Sprite websites, especially the Spriter's Resource, don't even have the game's assets ripped (fortunately, MFGG does), so this in turn made me acquire a ROM of the game to play through and not only obtain the palettes for the two missing Yoshi color sprites with Tinke, but also upload higher quality rips of some of the sprites including characters who were not ripped for the game at all, such as Kamek, Baby Bowser, Wall Lakitus, Tap-Taps, Whirly Fly Guy and more. I also uploaded all media files I could, expanded and reformatted characters and enemies, expanded the reception and staff sections, and rewrote and reorganized the gameplay and intro sections. I can say that this article would look great on the front page, now that I'm sure I'm done giving it all information it needs!
- Doomhiker (talk) Another article brought up to an extremely high quality by Ray Trace. Goes into great detail, is complete with info about enemies, characters, etc. Can't believe I saw the day where Touch & Go was of FA quality.
- Glowsquid (talk) This is great work.
- TheFlameChomp (talk) Per all, this is another high quality article with a lot of work put into it.
- Archivist Toadette (talk) Per all.
- DarkNight (talk) Per all.
- Koopa con Carne (talk) Per all. Your recent track record is inspiring, but please leave some articles for
meothers to feature!
- Benjaminkirsc (talk) Per all, yes, it is fully detailed.