Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie

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Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie
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Developer(s) National Human Electronics
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Super Famicom
Release date Japan 1994
Genre Puzzle
Rating(s)
Mode(s) 1-2 players
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Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie (ヨッシーのクッキー クルッポンオーブンでクッキー Yosshī no Kukkī: Kuruppon Ōbun de Kukkī) is a Japan-only edition of Yoshi's Cookie, exclusively for the Super Famicom. It was developed by National Human Electronics and released in 1994[1] to promote their new Kuruppon oven. Only 500 copies of the game were produced, and are now very expensive collector's items[2].

While an identical copy of the SNES version of Yoshi's Cookie is included, an additional mode is available in which Yoshi moves around on a map similar to Super Mario World's, navigating a small, unknown island. By surveying around and selecting areas, Yoshi is able to cross bridges, hop over blocks, and swim river streams. Along his tour, Yoshi teaches recipe tutorials in the local buildings that players can use to bake real versions of the cookies featured in the game such as Checkerboard Cookies, Heart Cookies, and Flower Cookies.

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Audio.svg The Cookie Factory
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Audio.svg World Map
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Audio.svg Let's Bake!
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Audio.svg Prepare the Oven
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Audio.svg Types of Cookies
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Audio.svg Measuring
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References[edit]

  1. ^ The Mushroom Kingdom Retrieved November 21, 2010
  2. ^ The 12 Most Expensive Videogames in Tokyo Retrieved November 21, 2010