However, if you're jonesing for Nintendo's next original platformer, one that's built exclusively for the Switch, you won't have to wait much longer - the big N has announced that Yoshi's Crafted World will arrive on the handheld/home console hybrid on March 29, 2019.
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No additional details were provided about Crafted World, but Extra Epic Yarn will have Kirby-series Amiibo support for easy unlock of abilities and hats. You can find out more about Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn here.
Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn, on the other hand, is an enhanced 3DS version of the 2010 Wii game Kirby's Epic Yarn.
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In the game, you play as an adorable Yoshi exploring a big world crafted from household items like boxes and paper cups, journeying through each themed stage to solve puzzles and find hidden treasures. A new game mode called Devilish (which adds "extra layer of challenge to each stage") a little cosmetic extras, new in-game furniture, are also going to be in this new version.
Lead Yoshi on a brand new Nintendo Switch adventure that will turn everything you've come to expect from side-scrolling games upside down! Nintendo said in today's announcement that stages in Yoshi's Crafted World can be played backward, which is an interesting slant for sure.
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