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Technical limitations on the NES kept this from being possible, but with the development of the Super Famicom, an animal partner for Mario could be supported.

The character of Yoshi was specifically created by Shigefumi Hino, a graphics designer.

When Yoshi eats a Green Shell, he can spit it out as a projectile.

When he eats a Red Shell, he can spit out three fireballs.

Yoshi likely originated from another Nintendo character, Tamagon, the main character from Devil World.

Like Yoshi, Tamagon is a green lizard that hatches from an egg and can eat enemies with his large mouth, and also makes the same sound effect when he hatches as Yoshi does in Super Mario World.

Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Yoshi return to Yoshi's House to celebrate their victory over the Koopa Troop.

During the celebrations that follow, the seven rescued Yoshi eggs hatch into Baby Yoshis. If Mario manages to acquire all 120 Power Stars, a cannon outside the castle becomes accessible, which can be used to shoot Mario onto the roof of Princess Peach's Castle. " Super Mario World is referenced in this game when Yoshi tells Mario that "it has been so long since [their] last adventure." In the 1999 remake of Super Mario Bros., the player can search for Yoshi Eggs in the challenge mode.

If Mario feeds Baby Yoshi Red or Yellow Shells, Yoshi is then able to use the respective color ability of that shell. manage to defeat the Koopalings and Bowser, thus rescuing the seven Yoshi Eggs and Princess Toadstool.

Yoshi cannot enter Ghost Houses (except the Sunken Ghost Ship), Fortresses, the Koopalings' castles, or Bowser's castle.

Mario or Luigi enter these levels solo and Yoshi waits outside for them to return.

Additionally, according to Takashi Tezuka in the Super Mario History 1985-2010 booklet, Yoshi was originally going to be a type of Koopa, and the saddle on his back was supposed to be his shell.

Yoshi's design has been altered and refined between games over the course of the SNES and Nintendo 64 eras.

If Mario feeds Baby Yoshi Red or Yellow Shells, Yoshi is then able to use the respective color ability of that shell. manage to defeat the Koopalings and Bowser, thus rescuing the seven Yoshi Eggs and Princess Toadstool.

Yoshi cannot enter Ghost Houses (except the Sunken Ghost Ship), Fortresses, the Koopalings' castles, or Bowser's castle.

Mario or Luigi enter these levels solo and Yoshi waits outside for them to return.

Additionally, according to Takashi Tezuka in the Super Mario History 1985-2010 booklet, Yoshi was originally going to be a type of Koopa, and the saddle on his back was supposed to be his shell.

Yoshi's design has been altered and refined between games over the course of the SNES and Nintendo 64 eras.

In the Mario franchise, he is a major character and often acts as a steed for Mario and other protagonists, while in most of the Mario sports and party games, he is a playable character on his own.