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Yoshi's Cookie

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Yoshi's Cookie
Yoshi no Cookie
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Developer(s): Bulletproof Software
Publisher(s): Bulletproof Software, Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy, Game Boy (NP)
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Copyrights: ©1992, 1993 Nintendo
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Yoshi's Cookie is a puzzle game for Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy.

Summary[edit]

The puzzle game is based on cooking, with Yoshi as an assistant for Mario as the chef. The player must move grids of cookies to create lines of identical ones; clearing them from the board.

Variations[edit]

  • Hermetica — Hermetica was the unreleased, original version of this game featuring no Mario characters and shown at the 1992 Consumer Electronics Show.[1]
  • Yoshi no Cookie: Kuruppon Oven de Cookie — A special Japan-only version of Yoshi's Cookie released in association with National Human Electronics and the "Kuruppon" oven. Only 500 copies were released.
  • Hello Kitty no Beads Factory (Hello Kitty no Beads Koubou) (©1992 Nintendo, ©1999 Nintendo/Imagineer) — A licensed Japan-only version of Yoshi's Cookie for Game Boy featuring Sanrio characters instead, developed by Imagineer. It includes some unlockable pictures and scenes with Hello Kitty.

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