Review: Yoshi’s Crafted World explained to parents

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What parents need to know

Browse many levels, with Yoshi and his friends. Yoshi’s Crafted World’s levels are made up of many materials such as cardboard, paper, textiles, maché paper, aluminum… everything to inspire DIY in players.

Yoshi's Crafted World BoxartRelease date: 12 November 2020

Developed by: Nintendo
Published by: Nintendo
Available on: Nintendo Switch

Type of game: Dance game
Average game time: 15 minutes

Estimate of the total duration of the game:
Eight o’clock.
35 hours if you want to collect all the collectibles.

Topics: Dance, fun, party, flashy

Business model: Just need to buy the game once.

Number of players:
1 to 2 players local

Available in cartridge or digital format

To purchase Yoshi’s Crafted World in digital format, click here.

This supports Shared Screen. Thank you!

Possible configurations of the Nintendo Switch:

nintendo switch handheld modeNintendo Switch Tabletop modeNintendo Switch TV Mode
The game is very easy. The most experienced players will get bored. Experienced players can still guide children or neophytes through the 2-player mode.

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No particular difficulty for experienced players. The game is a good introduction for neophytes.

Violence, fear, nudity?
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No problem. There is only one enemy that can potentially frighten children:

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A wool clown with an aluminum axe.

Language level used
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Childish, no problem.

Positive message
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Cooperation, adventure together.

Minimum reading level required
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Menus with great icons.

Additional costs ?
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Minimum level of execution on the controller required
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Not very hard. We jump, we throw eggs and we move. If you miss a jump, you can do it multiple times.


A very good platform game to tackle and discover the video game with his children or people who are not used to playing. There are a lot of collectibles in the game, and unfortunately some levels after the end of the game require you to get all the items to access them.

More information about the game: Official page of the game on the Nintendo website

Dedicated website of the game


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Former video game programmer, columnist, teacher, competitor ... Marc has always been very familiar with the world and industry of video games. He decided to help neophytes about it, to discover new universes, worlds and fantastic creatures.

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