(GameCube)

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The 200+ frantic microgames of the critically acclaimed WarioWare™, Inc: Mega Microgame$ have been reborn in this raucous multiplayer party game. WarioWare, Inc: Mega Party Game$ features many simple—but extremely frantic—multiplayer modes for two to four players, as well as modes that use a single controller, passed between all the players.

  • Microgames magnified! All the madness of the classic microgames is magnified as you and your friends compete to beat one another in all-new party games!
  • More players than you can shake a stick at! Play with up to four players in most party-game modes, or share a controller among 16 players for some of the craziest gaming you've seen!
  • Tons to unlock! Play through single player to unlock over 200 character-themed minigames and more than a dozen additional features, including bonus game modes, movies, music videos and more!

Game Description: WarioWare, Inc: Mega Party Game$ continues the tradition of frantic microgame action. All of the original cult-classic microgames are back, this time supporting a host of multiplayer party games. The microgames serve as a way of advancing each player's position within the multiplayer games—if you do well in the microgames, your position in the multiplayer game improves. Your friends mess with you while you're taking your turn and try to make you blunder. A solid single-player mode gives hard-core fans lots of things to unlock, and a huge variety of party games gives casual gamers tons of reasons to keep coming back for more WarioWare.

Characters: Wario's friends and fellow game developers from the Game Boy Advance game return: Dr. Crygor, Dribble & Spitz, Mona, Kat & Ana and the rest of the gang.

How to progress through the game: The fast-paced microgames of the GBA WarioWare serve as the driving force in these all-new, multiplayer party games. By playing through the single-player game modes, players unlock new features, and by playing through the multiplayer game modes, players unlock new multiplayer games.

Special powers/weapons/moves/features: The fast-paced microgames of the GBA WarioWare serve as the driving force in these all-new party games.

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User Comments (5)

Mr_64

#1

Mr_64 said:

Pretty much a re-envisioning of the GBA Warioware game but it's still great fun and truly insane with it too. Half the time you'll loose because what you're being asked to do is so stupid!

tanooki84

#4

tanooki84 said:

This is a "Get Connected" game and has the logo on the box. but what does connecting the GBA actually do?
Do you need a wario GBA game too? the instruction booklet doesn't say what it does or what you need

tanooki84

#5

tanooki84 said:

Got it connected and all it is used for is as another controller. kind of lame but nintendo was really trying to push the get connected series which ultimately failed and is trying to rise like a phoenix as the Wii U.

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