Twin Woods first appears in the Revenge of Meta Knight game, being fought immediately after Kirby defeats Whispy Woods. Many attacks from Twin Woods are borrowed from Whispy Woods attacks, although they have some unique attacks, such as being able to drop Capillers, Gordos, and exchange pieces of their trunks with each other.
Later, in Milky Way Wishes, Twin Woods appears as the boss of Floria. In Kirby Super Star Ultra, this Twin Woods appears as the fall season variant. This coloration also appears in Helper to Hero.
Twin Woods appears as a boss in Kirby Fighters 2, with the boss title of Giant Tree Twins. The twins are only fought in the game's story mode, The Destined Rivals. This time, Twin Woods are two separate entities, so they lack some attacks from the original game. However, they received attacks from Whispy Woods (mainly derived from Team Kirby Clash Deluxe). The two can also enlarge one or two apples and drop them, causing rather massive damage, as well as dropping Burst Fruits like in Kirby Star Allies, but they cannot be purified. In their third phase, Whispy's apples gain helicopter leaves, and spin towards the other tree, and his puffs gain the ability to split and launch projectiles up and down, like Flowery Woods DX and later Whispy Woods fights in Team Kirby Clash Deluxe and Super Kirby Clash. They can also jump and try to land on Kirby and his buddy, jumping away for a few seconds and dealing an immense amount of damage. Their Air Gun projectiles home in on Kirby or his buddy.
You're ready to face King Dedede and Meta Knight! But what you sense here instead are two very large creatures...”