Hino gave his confession during a recent interview alongside Takashi Tezuka. "When I saw that, I thought, "I guess he wants Mario to ride something.' So, when we were making Super Mario World, we had this 'dinosaur land" concept, and I had Hino draw reptile type art". According to Nintendo, Mario was originally punching Yoshi, causing the character's tongue to shoot out in surprise.
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In Super Mario World, Yoshi was getting punched in the head
"While we were developing Super Mario Maker, the subject of what Mario is doing with his arm when Yoshi sticks his tongue out in Super Mario World came up". Indeed, many Mario apologists claim the action is a point, not a punch. This confession also served to end the debate that some fans have been having, with one side saying that Mario was smacking Yoshi in the head and the other saying that he was not.
"I think he likes horses", Tezuka said of Shigeru Miyamoto, who reportedly drew a photo of Mario on a horse and pinned it on the wall near his desk during Super Mario Bros.
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Hino goes on to clarify the passivist change to the animation, saying "There's an added "bop" sound". People have often debated whether Mario was pointing at Yoshi to command him to use his tongue, or if in fact, he was punching Yoshi in the back of the head.
It's a shell. In the design specifications Tezuka gave to Hino for Yoshi, he insisted that the character is of a species related to turtles, and thus has a shell on his back.
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