WarioWare: Smooth Moves
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|WarioWare: Smooth Moves|
|Release Date|| JP December 2, 2006|
EU January 12, 2007
US January 15, 2007
|Rating||ESRB: E 10+|
Wario Ware: Smooth Moves is the fifth Wario Ware Game realeased by Nintendo. It is also the first Mario-related game on the Nintendo Wii. Just as previous games utilized the touch pad of the Nintendo DS and the gryo sensor of the Gameboy Advance, Smooth Moves utilizes the Wii Remote and its motion sensor for a new set of microgames.
While chasing a mysterious creature that had stolen his food, Wario stumbles into the mysterious Temple of Form. There he find the Form Baton (which is basically the Wii Remote). He used the Form Baton to bring a new craze to Diamond City, causing a new set of Microgames set around the Form Baton.
Like the other WarioWare minigames, it consists of lightning-quick microgames that usually require quick reflexes to complete quickly, and every character in Diamond City has a set of microgames. For the Wii edition, the Wii Remote is used in a variety of different positions, called forms. The characters from the Mii Channel also make small appearances in microgames.
In addition to the single-player mode, there is a multiplayer mode which is unlocked when the story mode is completed. As usual, there are many extra minigames and other bonuses to be unlocked throughout the game.
- The Remote Control: Basic stance. It's just pointing the form baton forward and flicking it around.
- The Umbrella: Hold the Form Baton vertically, and wave it around.
- The Handlebar: Hold the Form Baton sideways (like a handlebar) and do whatever it asks you to do.
- The Sketch Artist: Hold the Form Baton like a pencil, it's used to draw in Microgames and performs other functions as well.
- The Chauffeur: So this is like the handlebar, but once you're holding the form baton sideways, you tilt it vertically until the Form Baton's face (with all the buttons) is facing you.
- The Samurai: Hold the Form Baton with your right hand and put it close to your left hip. Pretend your about to unsheathe your sword.
- The Tug of War: Pull the Form Baton towards you as if you're playing tug of war.
- The Waiter: Place the Form Baton on your palm. This form requires balance.
- The Elephant: Hold the Form Baton on your nose.
- The Thumb Wrestler: Hold the Form Baton Vertically then put your thumb on the top of that little black bar thing on the wii remote.
- The Discard: Place your Form Baton on a stable surface, then take it when the time is right.
- The Big Cheese: Put your Form baton on your hip (hold it down) and place your other hand on your other hip.
- The Janitor: Hold the Form Baton like a baseball bat.... or a mop.
- The Dumbbell: Hold the Form Baton like a dumbbell.
- The Mohawk: Hold the Form Baton atop your head.
- The Finger Food: Tilt the Form Baton Horizontally, then hold it between your thumb and forefinger.
- The Boxer: Turn your Form Baton Sideways and punch away.
- The Mortar and Pestle: Cup the Form Baton in your left hand while holding it in your right. Considered to be one of the hardest forms.
- The Diner: A hidden form. Attach your Balance Stone (Nunchuck) to your Form Baton. There are four variations on this one stance.
- Kat and Ana
- Young Cricket and Master Mantis
- Ashley and Red
- Dribble and Spitz
- Penny Crygor
- 9-Volt and 18-Volt
- Jimmy T. and Jimmy P.: As per custom, Jimmy T is playable after beating the first set of characters, and Jimmy P appears after the second set. They both use harder versions of the previous characters' games.
- Tiny Wario: The last opponent in story mode.
- Orbulon: Orbulon appears in an extra level after completing the story mode. This is the only level in which The Diner is used.
- Dr. Crygor and Mike: They operate an unlockable "kelory-burning" microgame
The next game in the series has been announced for the Nintendo DS.
|Titles in the Wario Series|
|Wario Land - VB - II - 3 - 4- World - Master of Disguise - Shake It!|
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