There are a lot of strange minigames in WarioWare, but these are the best of the bunch.
Even though Wario is lazy, his WarioWare games have helped him build a very successful career. You might not think that a series of fast-paced microgames would be fun, but the Wario-themed games have become quite the party over the years. Games have been made about making food, moving from one place to another, and even shaving off hair.
The best microgames are the ones that you want to play over and over again. Here are our top picks for the best WarioWare minigames in the series, whether you want to beat the hardest one, want to show off to a friend, or just want a taste of old times.
Clog It is a small, easy game. Just unroll the whole roll of toilet paper before the time runs out. That’s it, then. Use the stylus and flick it around. This game was in both WarioWare: Touched! and WarioWare: Gold, and both the DS and the 3DS’s touch screens were used to their full potential.
Even though it was busy, it was relaxing to see the fabric pull itself out of the dispenser, leaving nothing but an empty one. But wasting a whole set of TP doesn’t really give the impression that Touched! was trying to save trees. Even more so if you ended up playing this minigame more than once.
Sometimes, WarioWare microgames feel like a part-time job. So Kneady is one example. In this game, you have to shape the dough that the baker gives you into the right shape. You don’t have to do anything fancy, which is good. Just hit that sticky mixture until it changes into something else.
You can’t take your time with this activity because you’re on the clock. So, choose the best one and start kneading. Make sure the food doesn’t fall on the ground, either. That’s not clean at all.
You’ve probably heard of UFOs, but have you ever heard of UFBs? Flying Buttocks That Can’t Be Named? Even though the name is l.a.m.e, this minigame brings back Claymation, which is one of the things WarioWare games are known for. Look at the cracked and bumpy earth you are trying to protect. It’s clear that’s clay.
Your main goal is to shoot down the UFBs and stop them from coming to Earth. If any of the cheeked terrors get through your defenses, your WarioWare life is over.
There’s nothing worse than working the last shift at a store and having to wait for customers who are still there to leave. So, Closing Time is soothing because it gives you a chance to let out your anger by slamming the door.
When the last customer leaves, all you have to do is slam that door shut. But be careful, because some people may try to run back in. The shop is closed, though, so they’ll have to come back tomorrow.
With a name like “Biggest Fan,” you might think that you support a pop star or a celebrity. But the whole point of this game is to blow people away with your fan. Your big fan. In this game, which was first seen in WarioWare: Smooth Moves, you use a fan to push away small Warios that are running toward you.
But don’t start to party too soon after you blow them up. As soon as you send the little guys flying, a big Wario robot will come out of the cliff. Timing your fans and keeping an eye out for when it defends itself are both essential when facing this massive mech.
Wet Your Whistle
In the WarioWare: Smooth Moves game Wet You Whistle, you are told to hold the Form Baton, which is the Wii Remote, in the Umbrella position and help your character drink from a glass full of liquid. But you can’t just gulp down this strange drink.
Nope, you can’t do this task all at once. Instead, you have to take small, planned steps. You can’t take big gulps, or else you’ll soak your shirt and be left with a dry throat. So just chill out, lean back, and drink as quickly as you can.
Junk And My Trunk
You have been turned into an elephant for this minigame. Yes, that’s right, I said an elephant. And as an elephant, your goal is to pick fruit from the tree and put it in the basket. You might also have to catch a balloon that is flying away and give it to someone.
This task is funny because you have to do it while holding the Form Baton in its Elephant form. That is, you have to put the Wii remote up to your nose and point the cursor at the screen. Even though the position looks a little silly, that’s what makes it fun.
This little game is a throwback, for sure. The primary objective of Wii Menu is to use the Wii remote to tune into the channel depicted by the pink star. This Slope Game is really cool because it has a lot of Easter eggs hidden in it.
It has the familiar Wii Menu music, channels like the Mii channel, and sound effects when you change channels. The hand holding the Wii remote is also properly strapped in. It’s all about the little things, right?
Don’t forget the GameCube, DS, and Game Boy. Get It Together, WarioWare! certainly does. Maybe it’s because games for those platforms were in the previous WarioWare games. Or perhaps it’s because Wario saw an opportunity to cash in on the series’s penchant for nostalgia and nostalgia’s willingness to pay.
In any case, this microgame called WarioWare has you keep the wrong cartridges from going into these machines. Get the right game into the system and watch out for things that look the same, like wooden disks and erasers. After all, you wouldn’t want to break your important memories by accident.
Wario Dance Company
Everybody dance now! No, for real. You have to dance it out for this last activity. You and three other colorful polygons will be lined up, and you, as the last one, will have to move just like everyone else. What’s so amazing about this challenge is how random and WarioWare-like it is.
From the music to the costumes to the dancing, this task is a great way to end WarioWare: Smooth Moves and show off how well you can move. WarioWare: Gold has another minigame called Wario Dance Company, but it’s more like tapping your fingers than moving your whole body.