Yoyleland is a fictional place that is well-known for its Yoyleberries.
In Gardening Hero, Bubble randomly says "YOYLECAKE!" when Announcer says that she has immunity. Yoyleland and yoyleberries only make two appearances (in the first season) in The Glistening, where Bubble says "yoylecake" when the Announcer says that she and Leafy have immunity.
Then Leafy says that she has an actual yoylecake made from yoyleberries from Yoyleland. Bubble then ate a slice, which she thought was delicious. During the long jump challenge, Bubble turns into a Metal Ball, and falls straight onto the sand.
All the non-eliminated competitors ate it. Later that episode, when Bubble fell in the magma during the volcano escape challenge, the metal effect wore off when she came out of the Master Recovery Center. At the end of the episode, all of the remaining players turned into metal. The side effects were so extreme that the remaining contestants had to go to an incinerator to become normal again.In Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know, Leafy used her map to teleport herself into Yoyleland before Pin rips the map, leaving Leafy trapped there until Get in the Van, in which she did come back.In Get Digging, Puffball, Gelatin, Needle, Ice Cube, Book and Spongy went to Yoyleland to get some yoyleberries for the contest. However, only the first three made it there, due to Gelatin throwing the other three off Puffball to make more space. Upon reaching shore, many bushes holding yoyleberries in them - known by some fans as "yoyle bushes" - are seen. Gelatin and Needle start collecting the berries, and Needle is suddenly approached by Leafy through some sort of teleportation, who accidentally called Needle by her nickname, resulting in Leafy getting slapped. Angered, she starts to throw knives at the trio, causing them to prematurely leave Yoyleland with the few yoyleberries they collected.
In Get in the Van, the challenge was to reach the summit of Yoyle Mountain on Yoyleland. In The Long-lost Yoyle City where the contestants finally reach Yoyleland, Yoyle City is seen. It's an abandoned city near Yoyle Mountain, and it has a variety of stores and a tower that looks like the CN Tower. Yoyleland also has a Space "Needy", spoofing the Seattle Space Needle in Seattle, Washington, USA.
In Battle for BFDI, the fourth season, Yoyleland again does not reappear. However, since the backgrounds are recycled from Paper Towel, Yoyle Mountain and Yoyle Summit are still visible, but the Yoyle Needy was removed for unknown reasons.
- Yoylecake may be a long form of Bubble's other catchphrase, "Yoy!".
- The recommended character, Boombox, apparently lives in Yoyleland, as seen in Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know.
- About 80 feet from the canyon in the Evil Forest, which Yoyleland is 2,761 miles away from. This means that the canyon is about 2 miles away from where BFDIA takes place normally.
- A desert appears to be about a mile away from the Evil Canyon. And a decent way into the desert, it seems that Yoyleland is still 2,760 miles away.
- Yoyleland is at a beach on the island over the Goiky Canal.
- When Leafy jumps inside the Goiky map she says "Blue skidoo, we can too!" which is a reference to Blue's Clues.
- Yoyleland has more wild trees than the "city" trees with a total of 179,034,521 wild trees, that really dwarfs the total city trees, 281,164. In that, 27% are Spiky trees, 13% are Green ball trees, 28% are Yoyle bushes and 32% are Pink ball trees.
- Yoyle Mountain has a height of 5,580 meters (18,307 ft.). If it is a real mountain, it would be the 206th highest mountain in the world.
- Yoyle City is 8.3 square km, but Yoyleland altogether is 225 square km.
- Each frame during the Yoyle City scene took 58 seconds to render on average.
- Even Purple from Algicosathlon by carykh referenced Yoyleland. She said "Yoylecake!"
- It is seen in day 15.
- As of now, the only known way to get rid of the Yoyle Metal effect is to get killed and then get revived by a recovery center. However, in BFDIA 6 Deleted Scenes, Fries had an "Anti-Yoyler."
- Yoyleberry Method is a Square-1 method created by Cary Huang.
- The Flag of Yoyleland is used as a flag in a game of Minesweeper by Cary Huang, called Timed Minesweeper.
- Yoyleland possibly has its own writing style (possibly called Yoyle), as shown in the Science Museum in Welcome Back.
- Yoyleland has a flag with purple, however nearly all flags on Earth do not contain purple.
- The coast of Yoyleland and surronding areas looks like the coast in West Africa.
According to Cary Huang, it’s a river that starts by the mountain, goes down into the city, and eventually reaches the Goiky Canal. It is named "Yoyle River" because it runs through Yoyle City, unlike other rivers around Yoyleland.
There are eight bridges crossing yoyle river, the longest of which has 10 pillars holding it up. The number of pillars for all the bridges are (in order of distance to the ocean):
|Distance from ocean (in city blocks)||Gap from previous (in city blocks)||Length (in pillars)|