(GBC / Game Boy Color)

Wario Land 3 (GBC / Game Boy Color)

Game Profile

Once again, greed has got the better of Wario.

Trapped inside a mystical music box, Wario must find a way to break free... while grabbing all the loot he can find along the way, of course!

Wario Land 3 is a huge platform adventure with day and night versions of each level, 100 treasures to discover, plus bags of secrets and the typically wacky Wario humour!

Wario can also gain new abilities like Electric Wario, Invisible Wario, Vampire Wario and more. There's even a Time Attack Mode and a golf minigame to discover!

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Warioid

Nintendo loves to experiment with the Wario Land series. The second game diverted from the first in that it was more of a puzzler than a platformer, as Wario was invincible, and the third game continues that trend by offering yet another twist: an almost...

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User Comments (4)

steamhare

#3

steamhare said:

I think I skipped this one back in the day because I didn't enjoy the "wario is invincible" mechanic in the previous entry. However, if the level design is as good as the previous two entries, I still might want to go back and pick it up.

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