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Nintendo’s latest Warioware series – Warioware: Get Together! — Having hit the shelves recently, looking back at the entire series and choosing the best 25 microgames I’ve ever seen seemed like a ripe old days.
Not surprisingly, we don’t include WarioWare: DIY’s own game. Because it is cheating. Obviously, our own efforts are far superior to those of the Nintendo team. WarioWare Snapped! There is nothing from. However, all other entries are considered.No, it’s not Nintendo 64DD Mario Artist: Polygon Studio “Sound Bomber” prototype, Clever clogs.
Anyway, grab your garlic and push it into the cream of the Microgame crop without any further effort. Wow!
sauce: WarioWare: Smooth Moves (Wii)
A hilarious game that uses the Wii Remote as a nail clipper to reveal the hand where the trimming fingernail is part of a very long arm. A visual ingenuity worthy of Chuckle from one of Nintendo’s most creative and aesthetically diverse series. Level 3 is to cut the toenails.
sauce: Made in Wario around! (GBA)
For games that focus on GBA twists, it’s somewhat surprising how attractive the Kat & Ana-hosted single-button stage really is. Of the many microgames that require just a tap of the “A” button, this pink bear’s attempt to join the Mexican wave is the most entertaining and stupid. teeth! teeth! teeth! Hroo?
sauce: WarioWare: Get It Share: Together! (switch)
You need to control the selected character and control the hanging pocket watch to put Wario in a huge background to sleep. The well-recognized iconography, clever input, and stunning visuals make it one of the best microgames in Get It Together, which is fairly homogeneous (necessarily).
Instructions: Don’t get caught!
I chose this because it reminded me of the Nintendo Badge Arcade. Specifically, the number of “goes” purchased is very ridiculous. Those badges were as cool as Dickens, and we can only expect it to come back in some way.
Oh yeah, micro games. Eh, avoid your nails? It’s very easy.
Instructions: Reach the coin!
sauce: Made in Wario Gold (3DS)
Wario eats himself again when he plunges into a Game Boy Color splitting expedition-see Wario Land 3 and see Wario himself floating upwards in the bubbles to grab one of the games. An elusive music coin to control. A fun explosion from the past, skillfully using the Tilt Mechanic of Made in Wario Gold.
The series is clearly fascinated by picking the nose, but it’s never been more tactile. To swing the Wii Remote like your finger, you need to push it hard through your nostrils into the huge nose on the screen. Schnozz-Great, and almost as satisfying as choosing your own nose.
Wait, I hate it. Can this bit be deleted? [Nope – Ed]
sauce: Made in Wario: Mega Micro Game $! (GBA)
Probably the purest of all WarioWare Microgames, just tap the “A” rhythmically and watch the skipping rope sway. At higher difficulty, it takes the form of a strange platypus-like creature that jumps much lower, followed by the head of a moai statue (think Gradius) that jumps as expected.
Instructions: no Trespassing!
When a small man from the Internal Revenue Service visits, Wario closes the door to evade taxes. Of course, only the mash “A”, but this does a lot in a little bit. In other words, it makes you think about Wario’s tax records. Which one can be assumed is quite bad.
Instructions: do not move!
I was energetically flying around the room trying to conquer the WarioWare Twist, and I saw a fragile egg and the command “Don’t move!”. Indeed, a single move will result in the egg falling and cracking, causing the game to fail. And it is in this destruction that Warioware reveals its genius again.
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