Yoshi Rumble
Yoshi Rumble
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Developer(s) Prime Gaming
Publisher(s) Prime Gaming
Platform(s) Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS
Story, Multi-Player, Mini-Games
Series Yoshi's Island

Yoshi Rumble is a game by Prime Gaming about the Yoshis. The game has three different modes: Story, Multi-Player, and Mini-Games. The game takes place on Yoshi's Island, and features several classic enemies from the Mario franchise as well as some completely new ones.


Story Mode

The Shy Guy King attacks Yoshi's Island so his army can steal all the Mystic Berries, magical fruit kept in the Great Yoshi Temple that keeps the island protected from evil monsters that wish to attack it. The Shy Guys take off with the Berries, but they are attacked by a squadron of Yoshis who try to get the Berries. In the struggle the Berries accidentally roll over into the Bob-Omb patch, a field where the Bob-Ombs roam freely. The Bob-Ombs see the Berries and blow up, sending the Berries flying into the sky and scattering them across the Island. Now the Yoshis must find and gather the Berries to save the world!


Yoshi Rumble Screenshot

A screen shot of Multi-Player mode.

Up to four players can participate in the Multi-Player mode. The players then choose a stage to compete in, where they must search for nineteen hidden Berries scattered throughout the level. Whoever gets all the Berries first wins. There is also power-ups and weapons all around the stage the players can use to help them win.


The game has five playable mini-games. The mini-games vary from memory games to even trivia games.

  1. Lakitu's Riddles - A Lakitu asks the players several riddles, and the player must answer them. If they get three wrong, it's game over.
  2. Goomba Memory Game - A set of cards is shown. There are at least four Goomba cards and the rest are Koopa Troopa cards. The cards will then flip over and the player must find all the Goomba cards.
  3. Toad's Mario Trivia - Toad will ask the player several different Mario questions, and the player must find the correct answer, but if they get it wrong once they will lose the game.
  4. Enemy Sorting - Several Goombas and Paragoombas will appear on screen. The player must drag them into the correct box. As the game progresses the Goombas and Paragoombas will begin to appear faster.
  5. Tanooki Slots - A slot machine game in which the player must get three Tanooki Suits in a row to win. If they get any Koopa Shells they lose.


  • Peaceful Meadows
  • Cheep-Cheep Lake
  • Mouser's Secret Cave
  • The Haunted Warehouse
  • Koopa the Quick's Race Track
  • Abandoned Tunnel System
  • Mount Mushroom
  • Fiery Forest
  • Tiny-Huge Island
  • Icey Hilltops
  • Skeletal City
  • Hammer Kingdom
  • Foggy Swamp
  • Bob-Omb Fields
  • King Shy Guy's Lair


  1. Birdo
  2. Big Bertha
  3. Mouser
  4. Boolossus
  5. Koopa the Quick
  6. Buzz the Beetle
  7. Lakithunder
  8. King Podaboo
  9. Mega Goomba
  10. Papa Penguin
  11. Emperor Dry Bones
  12. Hammer Boss
  13. Petey Piranha
  14. Big Bob-Omb
  15. King Shy Guy


  • Shy Guys
  • Goombas
  • Paragoombas
  • Cheep-Cheeps
  • Bloopers
  • Jellectros
  • Thwomps
  • Whomps
  • Sledge Bros.
  • Boos
  • Big Boos
  • Broozers
  • Koopa Troopas
  • Koopa Paratroopas
  • Wigglers

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