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A long, long time ago... This is a story about baby Mario and Yoshi. A stork hurries across the dusky, pre-dawn sky. In his bill, he supports a pair of twins. Suddenly, a shadow appears in a gap between the clouds and races towards the stork with blinding speed.
Stork: "SCRREEEECH!!!"
WOW!!! Snatching only one baby, the creature vanishes into the darkness from whence it came. The second baby falls undetected towards the open sea... OH NOO... Meanwhile, here is Yoshi's Island, home to all Yoshies. It's a lovely day, and Yoshi is taking a walk. HUH?!? Suddenly, a baby drops in onto his back. The baby seems to be fine. This is very fortunate! Wha-? Something else fell with the baby... Let's take a peek... It looks like a map. Maybe the stork was using it? But Yoshi can't figure it out. Yoshi decides to talk to his friends.
Kamek, the evil Magikoopa, and kidnapper of the baby, quickly dispatches his toadies, when he discovers that he missed the other baby! Yoshi heads leisurely back to the other Yoshies, unaware of the danger at hand. Kamek's forces are actively searching the island. Will these two children ever reach their parents safely? This paradise is Yoshi's Island, where all the Yoshies live. They are all in an uproar over the baby that fell from the sky. Wait! The baby seems to know where he wants to go... The bond between the twins informs each of them where the other one is. The Yoshies decide to carry the baby to his destination via a relay system. Now begins a new adventure for the Yoshies and baby Mario.
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island is a 2D platform game, for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, developed by Nintendo EAD. It is the prequel to Super Mario World, and it stars Yoshi and the Yoshi clan who, while carrying Baby Mario, travel across Yoshi's Island to rescue Baby Luigi from Baby Bowser and his Magikoopa minion/caretaker, Kamek. Instead of relying on jumping and a power-up system for combat as in the traditional Mario platformers, Yoshis use their tongue and eggs to overcome obstacles, as well as the introduction of many other different mechanics. Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island has spawned a new series of platform games from the Yoshi series, although it is the fourth entry overall. The game has received a remake on the Game Boy Advance, Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3, which was released on Virtual Console for Nintendo 3DS, with owners applicable for the Nintendo 3DS ambassador program being able to download the game for free, and Wii U, though the original Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island was never released on Virtual Console on any system.

Giant Egg anywhere:By going into any level with a Fat Guy and carrying a Giant Yoshi Egg to the end of a level, the player must go to the edge of the screen past the exit and throw the egg up, then use Yoshi's tongue to push it slightly into the edge of the screen. By finishing the level like this, the next Yoshi will collect the egg as it appears to take Baby Mario, allowing the player to take a Giant Yoshi Egg into any level in the game.

Constantly full mouth: By jumping through a Middle Ring and spitting out an enemy at the same time, Yoshi constantly appears to have a full mouth, despite still being able to stick his tongue out and not being able to spit anything out.

Eating Baby Mario: This glitch can only be done if the player has a 10-Point Star or 20-Point Star item. In levels that feature enemies near a Morph Bubble, the player must get hit and wait until the counter reaches zero. While the Toadies are taking Baby Mario away, the player should quickly hit him with Yoshi's tongue and touch the Morph Bubble. Once Yoshi has already transformed, the Toadies will try to take Baby Mario again. When they pop Baby Mario's bubble, the player must open their inventory and use the 10-Point Star or 20-Point Star. When the Toadies are gone, the player must wait until Yoshi transforms back to normal. The player is able to eat Mario if Yoshi licks him, and can also turn him into an egg. By doing this, the level is rendered impossible to complete. This glitch can be fixed while Baby Mario is in Yoshi's mouth by hitting a Message Block; Baby Mario returns to being on Yoshi's back, though his graphics are glitched. This can also be fixed by using another Morph Bubble.

Fuzzy map screen: In Touch Fuzzy, Get Dizzy, the player must touch a Fuzzy, then immediately return to the map screen. If done correctly, the entire screen will appear pixelated. The glitch is fixed as soon as the player completes another level.

World 0-1 warps: At various points throughout several levels and through various methods, the player can warp to the top-left corner of the Welcome To Yoshi's Island stage. This is caused by Yoshi's position during the transition between portions of a stage; if Yoshi is not positioned where intended during the transition, the game instead warps him to the top corner of the World 0-1 map. Additionally, by fluttering to a point where the level will load rather than Yoshi falling into a "bottomless pit" and beating the level, this counts as beating the level the player warped from. In the bonus room before the locked door in Burt the Bashful's Fort, the player must aim an egg and walk into the first Piro Dangle. The player must then walk back over to the exit and jump and flutter through, regaining Baby Mario at the same time. If done correctly, the warp will work. In Visit Koopa And Para-Koopa, by jumping off the Warp Pipe just before the Middle Ring on the same frame as entering it, the player will be warped to World 0-1. In Welcome to Monkey World!, near the Middle Ring, the player must jump off of a Grinder carrying a Super Green Watermelon and flutter near and over the screen exit leading to the bonus room, then land on it. If done properly, the warp works. In Ride Like The Wind, the player must hold left while going up to the bonus room off the second spring to trigger the warp. In Sluggy the Unshaven's Fort, The player must take a Shy Guy to the first Warp Pipe leading to a bonus room. First, the player must use eggs to destroy the spiked floor under the area where a Winged Cloud will spawn a pathway. The player must then spit out the Shy Guy and, jumping off of it, fall into the hole, then flutter under the Warp Pipe. If done correctly, the Warp Pipe's exit will be activated, and the player will be warped.

Zombie Yoshi: This glitch must be done in King Bowser's Castle, in the Door 1. The Player must go to an area where a ! Switch near a long lava pit can be found. The player would normally have to hit the switch in order to get across the lava, activating the Dotted Line Blocks. If the player jumps in the lava, in the direction of the switch, Yoshi will perform a last jump, since he burned himself. If done right, Yoshi will hit the switch, and will not lose a life. The music stops, and the player controls Yoshi normally, even though he was supposed to lose a life. If the player loses a life with 0 lives remaining after doing this, Yoshi will instantly get 999 lives.


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