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Yoshi House
YoshiHouse
Game Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii
Area number 1-Eggicon
Time None (infinite)
World Yoshi's Island
Area type Yoshi's House
Game Progression
Previous level (1-1) Palm Beach
The home of the Mushroom Kingdom's most famous dinosaur! He's not home, but maybe there's a secret hidden here?
~ The official Newer website.

Yoshi House (or World 1-Eggicon) is a special area of Yoshi's Island in Newer Super Mario Bros. Wii. It is the residence of Yoshi featuring four Warp Pipes which can only be entered if their corresponding Switch Palaces are activated.

Yoshi House is unlocked by completing Palm Beach. It will not unlock any new levels. Red Lava in Special World can be accessed near Yoshi House by completing Bowser's Keep in Koopa Core and collecting of all 354 prior Star Coins.

Layout

You'll start next to Yoshi's house, which is modeled after Yoshi's House from Super Mario World. To the right will be four Warp Pipes, each corresponding with a specific Switch Palace. These pipes can only be entered after you have activated said Switch Palaces.

When inside a Warp Pipe, you'll find lots of Mario trivia. The first Warp Pipe (Yellow) leads to trivia about Mario himself in different games. The second Warp Pipe (Green) leads to trivia about different enemies. The third Warp Pipe (Red) leads to trivia about the different protagonists, along with Wario. The fourth and final Warp Pipe (Blue) leads to trivia about different powerups.

Trivia quotes

Mario from Super Mario Bros.
In his first adventure, Mario must rescue Princess Toadstool from Bowser, who has cursed all of the Mushroom Kingdom's residents. Only the princess was said to have the power to turn them back into their true selves.

Mario from Super Mario Bros. 3

Mario learns a lot of new abilities, and uses them to help seven Kings turn back into their true selves by retrieving stolen magic wands from the Koopalings. Toadstool is also rescued from Bowser.

Mario from Super Mario World

Princess Toadstool gets kidnapped while the Mario Bros. are having fun on Yoshi's Island.

Mario has to once again defeat the seven Koopalings and Bowser, but this time he has Yoshi to help him explore the vast Dinosaur Land.

Mario from Super Mario Land

This time, Mario ends up in Sarasaland trying to rescue Princess Daisy from an evil spaceman, Tatanga. He journeys through four kingdoms encountering monsters he's never seen in his Mushroom Kingdom travels.

Mario from Super Mario Land 2

Mario discovers his Sarasaland adventure to be a trap set up by Wario in order to steal and remodel his castle. Mario has to find Six Golden Coins missing from the castle's entrance to unlock it, and fight Wario.

Sidestepper from Mario Bros.

These ill tempered enemies lurk in sewers and are encountered by the Mario Bros. on their first adventure together. They're the strongest foes the brothers have to hit, taking two hits to flip over.

Goomba from Super Mario Bros. 3

The most common thug Mario encounters in his adventures, Goombas are easily scared, beat, and don't have much of an attack pattern.

It is said, however, that huge and tiny variations exist somewhere...

Boo from Super Mario Bros. 3

Also called Boo Diddleys or Boo Buddies, these shy ghosts appear frequently in Ghost Houses.

Some of the less timid ones started forming rings that go around, while making goofy faces.

Magikoopa from Super Mario World

Higher ups in Bowser's Army, these magicians shoot spells at Mario. When they miss and the spell collides with a solid block, it transforms into an enemy or an item for Mario to take.

Fuzzy from Super Mario World

Fuzzies follow lines laid out in the Mushroom Kingdom.

Not much is known about these creatures, but they have recently started reappearing in Mario's latest adventures.

Luigi from Super Mario Bros. 2

Mario's little brother. It is said he is a better jumper than Mario, but evidently, doesn't try hard enough sometimes. He has appeared in almost every adventure alongside Mario and in four of his own.

Toad from Super Mario Bros. 2

Peach's guardian, albeit a poor one. His jumping is inferior to Mario's, but his speed and strength remain unmatched. He had one adventure of his own.

Peach from Super Mario Bros. 2

The ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, with a bad tendency to get constantly kidnapped. She has appeared in several adventures fighting for herself.

Yoshi from Super Mario World

Mario's longtime pal who has helped him a lot on his quests. He has an unique flutter ability and an incredibly long tongue, both of which are quite useful when dealing with obstacles.

Wario from Wario Land

Once Mario's rival, now interested in earning lots of money. Wario's motive is always gold, but often he accidentally does something good in the process of fufilling his coin filled dream.

In Super Mario Land 3, he pursues a giant gold Peach statue and earns a planet.

Raccoon Leaf from Super Mario 3

Allows Mario to take flight for a short while after gaining lots of speed. It can also slow down his fall.

It reappeared recently in New Super Mario Bros. 2. It was also present in Super Mario 3D Land, but with limited functionality.

Carrot from Super Mario Land 2

Allows Mario to hover for long distances and fall slower. Wario was seen using this powerup once too.

Cloud Flower from Mario Galaxy 2

Allows Mario to create up to three clouds that he can stand on. These clouds can be easily destroyed by certain enemies, so he has to watch out.

Boomerang Flower from SM3DL

Lets Mario throw Boomerangs to hurt the baddies around him. While the flower first appeared in Super Mario 3D Land, the actual power dates back to Super Mario Advance 4.

Super Acorn from NSMBU

Gives Mario the ability to glide, air jump and cling to walls. A P variation also exists, which lets Mario float up as many times as he wants.

Music

Music
Name Music Origin Area played
Yoshi House
Yoshi House YC Yoshi cookie
Versus Music B from Yoshi's Cookie. Entire level

Trivia

  • It is currently unknown whether Yoshi House's in-game name was a mistake or not. It probably is, as on the official Newer website, the Newer Team spells it as "Yoshi's House" instead of "Yoshi House".
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