Monthly Archives: February 2017

Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World for Nintendo 3DS

We received this game as part of the Nintendo Kid Reviewer Program

One of my favorite games for the Nintendo Wii U is Yoshi’s Woolly World. My mom plays with me and my sister and helps us get the missing yarn, flowers, and red coins. These three things are important when you play Yoshi’s Woolly World. I love making fun new Yoshi’s, and the only way to do that is to collect all the yarn in each level. My favorite Yoshi is the Wii U Yoshi that is blue with a black shirt. We found him on a special level in World 1 of Yoshi’s Woolly World after we collected all the flowers from each level.

Now I get to play Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World for Nintendo 3DS and this one is a little different because it came with the Poochy amiibo. I use to always get Poochy as a special character after I collected enough coins on the Wii U, but with the amiibo I can always have Poochy by my side on the Nintendo 3DS. He comes with his little babies that act as my yarn balls so  they can help me find hidden things. They never run out and this is helpful in completing each level because you don’t need yarn balls. You also cannot get yarn balls if you use the Poochy Pups option.

My favorite part of the game is at the end of each level where I can see if I collected all 5 of the flowers. If I do, then I get a mini game! If I collect all of the yarn in each level, then I get another Yoshi.

If you have an amiibo, like Princess Peach or Mario, you can place it on your Nintendo 3DS and it will change your Yoshi into the colors of that character. I was never able to do this on my older 3DS, but I just received a new 3DS that is able to use the amiibo characters.

I love that I can bring Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World with me anywhere I go!

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Mario Party Star Rush for Nintendo 3Ds

I was super excited when my mom told me that Nintendo asked our family to be on the  Nintendo Kid Reviewer team. On the weekends and on snow days, we play Nintendo Wii U as a family, but my favorite thing is playing the Nintendo 3DS after my homework is done. We play Mario Party 10  on the Wii U all the time because it’s one of the only games my 4 1/2 year old sister can play with us too, but it’s nice to play a game by myself sometimes on my Nintendo 3Ds.

I just received Mario Party Star Rush for the Nintendo 3DS which I’m very excited about! When I play it i think it’s a really challenging  game and everyday I feel like I just need to get back to it. It’s all about getting  stars to win the game, you can even add Mario and his friends to your game. Mario Party Star Rush is like a board game and the person who finishes with the most stars is the winner. Waluigi is always the winner, I have no idea why.

There’s a lot of mini games like Star Balloons, which is my favorite. You can get a lot of stars by rolling the dice and landing on the star balloon. You trade in star balloons for stars!

There also Boss Battle where you try to defeat the boss. I’m really good at the one where you need to carry the apples to the cart and you need to be careful you don’t wake up the mushroom guys when you get the apples. There also a whack a mole type of game which I’m really good at and I can get a lot of points on.

I love playing Mario Party Star Rush because it’s exciting and fun!