Nintendo has revealed release dates for two games developed by Good-Feel. Yoshi’s Crafted World releases on March 29, while Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn is slated for a March 8 release date.
A darn good time.
The trailer for Yoshi’s Crafted World, a spiritual sequel to Yoshi’s Woolly World, shows off the game’s story:
It all started when Kamek and Baby Bowser set out to steal a gem-set stone. Legend has it that this fabled artifact can grant the bearer their wildest dreams! But when the artifact’s gems are sent flying, it falls upon Yoshi and friends to find them. Luckily, saving the day can be cooperative and challenging. As Yoshi, you’ll leap up high, gulp down enemies, and set out on a treasure hunt to find all the different collectables. On the flip side, stages can be played backwards, providing new perspectives to explore and new ways to locate some of the more craftily hidden items! Available March 29, 2019 exclusively on Nintendo Switch.
Meanwhile, Kirby is getting a remaster of an older game. Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn for the Nintendo 3DS is a port/remaster of the 2010 Wii game Kirby’s Epic Yarn. The new version features some new mini-games, more decorations for Kirby’s Pad, and a new Devilish mode for players looking for a challenge. There’s also new Ravel Abilities in the game, including “a giant yarn ball used to attack enemies, a wire sword that can slice through anything, and the Nylon ability, which can generate wind for jumping higher and collecting beads”.
You can learn more about Yoshi’s Crafted World here.