- Also Known As
- WarioWare, Inc.: Minigame Mania! (Europe), Made in Wario (Japan)
- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
Game Boy Advance
- 26th May 2003
- 23rd May 2003
- 21st Mar 2003
Wii U eShop
- 10th Apr 2014, $6.99
- 10th Apr 2014, £6.29
- 3rd Apr 2014, ¥700
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack (Subscription)
- 8th Feb 2023
Ever since its first foray into the video game market, Nintendo has been known for the incredible amount of creativity it brings to the medium. Innovative ideas – whether they add a pleasing minor touch or groundbreaking gameplay feature – have to some degree been the company’s bread and butter for decades. It’s these...
No time to catch your breath
Nintendo has made its name in the games industry by providing tightly focused and highly polished experiences for over 20 years. Its games are always regarded as some of the best in their respective genres, so what to do when it's conquered all charted territory? Invent new ones, of course. WarioWare, Inc.: Mega...
Remember, this ranking is based on the games' User Ratings in our database and is subject to real-time change even now. If you haven't rated your WarioWare collection, feel free to add your scores and potentially influence the order below. Enjoy! The original GBA title in this anarchic series, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! launched on...
Every little helps 'n' all that
If you cast your minds back to the mid 2000s, you'll remember that the WarioWare series was just starting to take off, with the launch of WarioWare Inc.: Mega Microgame$! in 2003 making a big splash on GBA. The earlier titles in the series didn't feature much voice acting, and it wasn't until the 3DS entry WarioWare...
So why hasn't it happened yet?
When you hear the words 'irreverent rapid fire microgames played in quick succession', you hopefully think of WarioWare because we're not sure there's much else that fits that description. These games have always taken advantage of the hardware available to the consoles they're on, from the Wii Remote to the DSi...
A good pick
If you're a fan of the WarioWare series, you'll no doubt be aware that the games feature a strange and often rather comical collection of minigames that you wouldn't usually see in a 'normal' release. Among the countless oddities that players will have experienced is Gold Digger - a nose-picking minigame that has appeared in several...
You can't keep a good console down
Recently, we covered some newly released trailers for the upcoming 3DS release of WarioWare Gold in Japan. Eagle-eyed Twitter user SMWikiOfficial spotted something in the main WarioWare Gold trailer which gave us a good chuckle: This scene is from the 'Gamer' minigame in WarioWare Gold. Fans of the...
Being an arch-rival to the iconic red-and-blue plumber and hunting for treasure on the side all have their perks, but what better way to get rich quick than to develop video games? Ever since he dropped the yellow overalls and snagged the stylish biker gear, Wario's name was cemented as the immature, garlic-chomping greedy pig who...
More Wii U GBA treats, farming, poker, puzzles, discounts and more
Nintendo's Download Update for North America has arrived a lot later than normal, but now we know what's landing on your Wii U and 3DS systems this week. There's more GBA goodness on Wii U, new titles on both eShop stores and an NES title on the portable's Virtual Console; on top of...
Batman, GBA goodies, The Hobbit, poker, discounts and more
It's that time again, Europe, as Nintendo kicks off our Monday with news of the download goodies that we can look forward to later in the week. This time around we have new games on the Wii U and 3DS eShop stores, more GBA treats on the home console, a major retail release across both...
Play it on the GamePad is the message
Time flies, and after a busy week in which Nintendo firmed up its Game Boy Advance plans for the Wii U Virtual Console, we're now just days away from the first arrivals. It's certainly an attractive line-up in its early days, filling April with eight releases in total. Some of these titles will be familiar to...
Pricing and Wii U features, too
Update: Nintendo of America has now announced its Game Boy Advance Wii U Virtual Console lineup and prices, as well as a release date for Super Mario Bros. 3 on the system. Original Article: Just yesterday we reported that Advance
Greed has once again gotten the best of Wario but, this time, he's seeking his riches in the video game industry!
With a penny-pinching eye on development costs, Wario and his friends in Diamond City have put together a batch of hundreds of micro-sized games covering every genre thinkable. Players must finish each one in rapid succession without making too many mistakes. The number of games players must clear will go up, as players progress through the game.
- Get ready for the most frantic game play ever with more than 200 lightning-quick micro-games you simply can't put down!
- Sharpen your reflexes as you blaze through a seemingly never-ending supply of retro classics, sports games, sci-fi shooters and much, much more.
- Meet a group of wacky new developers working for Wario, including Dr. Crygor, Dribble & Spitz, Mona, Kat & Ana, and more.
- Engage in a boss battle after clearing a certain number of games, at which point you will unlock a new developer.