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Revision as of 15:36, 9 June 2019


Yoshi's Cookie
Yoshis Cookie.png
Mapper No. 4
Mapper Name Nintendo MMC3
PRG-ROM Pages 8 ‍×​ 16kB
CHR-ROM Pages 8 ‍×​ 8kB
Mirroring Horizontal
4-Screen Mirroring No
SRAM Enabled No
ROM map | RAM map | Text table | Notes | Tutorials

Miscellaneous

  • Yoshi's Cookie originally began development as a Super NES game called "Hermetica" produced by game designer David Nolte.
  • The soundtrack features a rendition of Csikós Post, written by German composer Hermann Necke.
  • The levels in the game's Puzzle mode were designed by Tetris creator Alexey Pajitnov.
  • Tetris DS features a Yoshi's Cookie backdrop for its Puzzle mode, and Mario Kart: Double Dash‼ features a battle stage, Cookie Land, with a Yoshi's Cookie theme.
  • The Washington Post in 1993 called the game "simple, but addictive, just like all puzzlers from the Big N. Give Yoshi's Cookie a taste test - but don't do it before bedtime. You might have nightmares about that NES coming back to life.

Known Dumps

  • Hash Cookie (Yoshi's Cookie Hack) [o1]
  • Hash Cookie (Yoshi's Cookie Hack)
  • Ma Li 12 (Yoshi no Cookie) [p1]
  • Ma Li 12 (Yoshi no Cookie) [p1][o1]
  • Yoshi no Cookie (J) [!]
  • Yoshi no Cookie (J) [b1]
  • Yoshi no Cookie (J) [b2]
  • Yoshi no Cookie (J) [o1]
  • Yoshi no Cookie (J) [T+Chi1.3_Jiuban]
  • Yoshi's Cookie (E) (VC)
  • Yoshi's Cookie (E) [!]
  • Yoshi's Cookie (U) (VC)
  • Yoshi's Cookie (U) [!]
  • Yoshi's Cookie (U) [b1]
  • Yoshi's Cookie (U) [o1]

External Links