Well, kind of. Instead of discussing this early DS game's gameplay, I thought I'd talk about its packaging.
The centerpiece of this game's packaging, of course, is its cover art, which can be seen in the photos above and below.
By the way, getting back to the box art for a second, I really like how it features a DS stylus that's apparently responsible for the squiggly pink lines that careen around its ample acreage.
Have any of you played Catch! Touch! Yoshi!--or Yoshi Touch & Go, or whatever it may be called in your neck of the woods? If so, what do you think about it?
Or, what do you think of the art showcased in the photos shared throughout this post? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.