Yoshi's Island - Different colored eggs

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  1. Gifted1
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    Is there a reason for the different colored eggs?
     
  2. Azimuth

    Azimuth Chicken Teriyaki Boy!

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    you mean between the gold and green 1's, i think theres also a red one not sure.
    the gold one give you a coin when it breaks, and the red one just rebounds of everything it hits for a while then breaks

    havent played the ds game but thats what they did in the snes one. hope that helps
     
  3. Gifted1
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    Thanks.
     
  4. ozzyzak

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    I believe the red egg gives up two stars.
     
  5. Azimuth

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    probably havent played in a long time, but it does bounce a lot
     
  6. Heran Bago

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    Green has 3 bounces before it breaks.
    Yellow has 2 bounces before it breaks and gives you a coin if it hits something.
    Red has 1 bounce before it breaks and gives you two stars if it hits something.

    These three eggs change color when they bounce ff a wall. green > yellow > red. You can turn your green ones into reds if you do it right.

    Flashing ones just break when they hit anything and give you a red coin.

    Giant eggs make a big THUMP which damages enemies on the ground.

    The little crily guys come back to you after you throw them.

    Did I miss any?
     
  7. Mewgia

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    I was wondering that myself. I guess I never noticed the bounce thing because I usually hit what I aim at...