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Yoshi's Survival Island

rated 2.67 / 5 stars
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Jul 3, 2012 | 12:46 PM EDT

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Yoshi has crashed onto a small island. It's only inhabitants are a Goomba named Goombob and a Reznor named Rhinzo. Yoshi will need to eat to survive and earn money by selling things you've dug up at the digsite!

Controls are explained in game. You must survive for ten days. Each day is 5 minutes so total gameplay is 50 Minutes. Please note that saving does not save what Item you have. When you load the game you will have full HP and Full Hunger. I personally recommend you beat this game in one sitting. I just like to have a save feature in all my games.

This is a little game I made just for fun. It was kind of a side project that was finished before the big project. It is highly inspired by Harvest Moon. The big project is a game I'm making with Muksmiduulit called "SaruWashiTako"

I made getting to Goombob easier. It was like impossible before.
Added a link to the guide

Anyway enjoy the game.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice to see your stuff is improving. Keep up the good work man!


Rated 0 / 5 stars

its dumb!


Rated 0 / 5 stars

im sorry but yoshi is meant for being there for mario or having his own story if u know what i mean. good graphics ill give u that. and u cant give a gba feel to a computer game.

cackletta responds:

Thank you. I figured that halfway through the project, and said "Pft! Whatever, this is failing at being GBA!" and started drawing things using the actual flash program. Everything was sprites ripped from spriters resource until halfway through! xD Next time, I'll just make the game big like a normal flash game. This game was more of just an experiment.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very fun and creative game! Hope you make a sequel to it! Favorited and 5/5 :)

cackletta responds:

Thank you. Glad you liked it.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Where is the mute button? Why is it so damn small??

cackletta responds:

If you mean the game, I made it the same dimensions as GBA game or at least near the dimensions. I wanted it to kind of sort of have the GBA feel to it. Hence the many "Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town" elements.