Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #16: Yoshi’s….. Island?

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums #16: Yoshi’s….. Island?

When did that ugly dinosaur get his own private island? I’m suing.

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums is a weekly webcomic by KC Green. If you want to read more, you can find the rest of the archived comics here.

An Extra /////TIP///// for advanced Yoshi’s Isle players. The fat birds that boomerang around the screen can be used forever with this one simple trick of taking out your cartridge as you throw one and swap it out with Banjo-Tooie, so you can unlock the giant Glowbo with the Ice Key and get Dragon Kazooie. You’ll thank me!!! When You’re!!! Beating the game!!

KC Green is probably playing a weird indie game right now instead of working on his adaptation of Pinocchio or writing the comic BACK. He currently lives in Western Massachusetts in the snow where he makes comics and writes these bios.

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