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Wario Ware Inc Minigame Mania (GBA)

by Nintendo
Game Boy Advance
 Ages 3 and Over
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • 224 mini-games
  • 8 stand-alone mini-games
  • Features scenes from classic Nintendo franchises such as Mario, Zelda, Metroid, F-Zero and Donkey Kong
  • For 1-2 players (using one GBA)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Game Boy Advance
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • ASIN: B00008KUA3
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 12.2 x 2.8 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 23 May 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,412 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description


"Perfect for the GBA and for pretty much everybody, whether they usually play games or not. 90%." -- GamesMaster Magazine

"Unique, intense, and totally off the wall. Nintendo redefines the playfield again. 9/10." -- Computer and Video Games Magazine

Manufacturer's Description

Greed has once again got the better of Wario, but in Wario Ware Inc. Minigame Mania he's seeking his riches in the games industry. With a penny-pinching eye on development costs, Wario and a bunch of his bizarre friends have put together a batch of hundreds of microsized games covering every genre thinkable. You'd better have great reflexes as you blaze through retro classics, sports games, mind-bending puzzles, sci-fi shooters and much more. Boasting ultra-simple controls, several multi-player games that can be played on a single GBA and a seemingly never-ending supply of wacky microgames, Wario's latest will have gamers of all ages laughing out loud as they enjoy his brand of weird humour.

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4.7 out of 5 stars
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wario ware inc: the best game around 1 Aug 2004
wario ware inc is one of those games where at the beginning you think whats this rubbish this is weird but I guarantee that within ten seconds you'll be hooked. in the game is about ten or eleven levels each level is a different genre and within each genre there are about thirty mini games lasting a mere 3 seconds each i have played this game thoroughly and nearly completed it, and i think its the best around. I hope my review has been helpful to you but i apologize if its not very good because im only a kid but i tried my best and i recommend this game to anyone.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Prepare to lose your sanity.... 31 Aug 2003
I'll start by saying that this is without doubt the most stupid game i have ever played, it has no story and is nothing more than a random stream of japanese button-bashing craziness.
However, these aren't bad points in any way! Nintendo have come up with the most original, refeshing and exiting game for ages.
You either play random minigames to advance through the levels of the game, or once you have unlocked a minigame, play it repeatedly as it gets faster and stupider, until you find yourself locked in a dark room trying to focus your mind on shaking hands with a collie dog 30 times in a row, so it doesn't cry.
Just buy it, BUY IT NOW!!! you know it makes no sense
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wario Ware Inc. Minigame Mania review 4 Sep 2004
Wario Ware Inc. Minigame Mania
Synopsis: What do you get when you cross a 300 year old, a mad person whom hates people with red caps, a couple of kindergarteners, a kid, a woman who works in an ice cream parlour, a cyborg, a weird disco guy and the Mario Party minigame rejects. Wario Ware Inc. one of the most original titles ever. Wario and his friends are making videogames and your testing them. The catch, you only have one second to prepare and 3 seconds to do the task. What follows is the maddest game you've ever played.
Modes: The story behind Wario Ware is that, after watching a news report on TV, Wario instantly has an idea. Quickly he rushes off to buy a computer, and set up his company Wario Ware Inc. Once he does that he rings up all his mates and they agree to work for him. The first mode out of two is the main game. What you do here is complete lots of minigames. These consist of brushing teeth, catching toast and eating bananas. It may sound very boring, but you'll find yourself addicted to the game, just trying to get a better score. The first person's minigames you test are Wario's. These consist of very easy games like catching a stick. Then is Jimmy's the sport loving afro-head. His games consist of things like football and tennis. After him is Mona. Her games are really weird. These consist of sniffing up snot and catching a chick. Then 9-Volt's. His games are Mario, Metroid, Legend of Zelda, Duckhunt and F-Zero squashed into 3 seconds. After that Dribble. This cat and dog team love sci-fi. Their boss stage is a space shooter reminiscent of Space Invaders and R-Type. Next is Dr. Crygnor. His games are based on reality. Then Kat whose games are based on nature and next Oberon who specialises in I.Q. The second mode is the grid.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hooked 16 Jun 2003
OK, so in all honesty i only got a chance to play the first two stages to the game but that's all it took, it's THAT fun. This game is a showcase of Nintendo at their best, defying all notions of realism and 'maturity', they've gone back to the basics of gaming and succeded in creating one of the most refreshing gaming experiences in years. Rather than making a cartridge full of relatively long party games (like in Mario Party), Nintendo have stuffed this little package to the brim with 200 or so 2-3 second long minigames (and i really mean 'mini'). These are thrown at you in groups of about 20, each one coming at you gradually faster than the last and requring you to constantly be on your toes (or more appropriately, your thumbs). My initial reaction to this was that 2 second long minigames would be too simple and, ultimately, too short. After only two minigames I was proven wrong. Because each minigame is randomly thrown at you from a selection based on difficulty, you never know which is coming next, meaning you could never learn the games exact structure and when you come across a minigame that you've never seen before, you're forced to work out how to complete it in the few seconds you're alloted. It's in trying to frantically solve each minigame so rapidly that makes this game such a joy to play. I find it hard to remember a game that i could pick up so instantly that would genuinely have me beaming with happiness from ear to ear. This is not just from solving and completeing the minigames but because the whole package is presented with such charm that you can't help but smile as your senses are infected by the abstract world that Wario inhabits, the sights and sounds of which will be familiar to anyone who's played Wario Land 4 (arguably the best 2D platformer in years). Read more ›
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazingly addicitive, amazingly insane! 15 Jun 2003
This game comprises of 217 "microgames", which are VERY small games (they last five seconds each). There IS a story but it's not important at all, what matters is those little gems...
One moment you'll be trying to shake hands with a dog and the next you'll be grabbing flying toast. Then it's on to eating a whole hot dog in limited time, or bouncing a watermelon off someone's stomach. And that's what makes this game so good, the sheer variety of button bashing fun on show - and all the games go by so quickly that if you play a dud, before you know it the next one's up. There are also a few hidden "full" games, which are well worth finding.
The graphics are good for a GBA game, although there are no flashy effects or anything fancy like that the whole package is beautifully presented, with each game having a very individual look and feel to it. The sound is superb - frantic music sets the right button-mashing frenzy kind of tone and incidental sound effects like the sound of a shark speeding along on a skateboard really add to the game's wacky appeal.
As a portable, quick blast pick-up-and-play game this is virtually flawless.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Mr. Gamer? It's Time For Your Eye Exam
How good is your hand-eye co-ordination?...What do you mean you don't know? Well if you find a copy of WarioWare Inc. Read more
Published on 26 Jun 2012 by The 90's Guy
5.0 out of 5 stars Wario ware inc... Never ever boring
With Wario ware Smooth Moves you can get a bit more action but with this game fun can never be over-rated!!!! Read more
Published on 20 Nov 2007 by ARGYLEWON
5.0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE BEST GBA GAME EVER !!!
Well, Only got it yesterday and I ve been messing with it for a few minutes and what was my surprise to see the graphic quality, sound, animation and game script. Read more
Published on 15 Dec 2005 by dodomeur
5.0 out of 5 stars I laughed like a drain... and then tried again!
Oh this is what video games should be like, even an old fart like me (36) can get the hang of this. Numerous mini games, simple controls, highly addictive, and you even get to... Read more
Published on 12 Mar 2005 by Mr. Simon Watson
5.0 out of 5 stars Wario ware inc. mini-gme mania
WOW!!!! this game is the most addictive game ever, it's got to be the start of somthing big as you cant put it down.
Good points:
. very addicitive
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Published on 26 Feb 2005 by Thomas Williams
5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing and unique gem of a game.
Warioware is the new Tetris. It has terrible graphics, minimal sound and the most addictive gameplay of any game released in the 21st century. Read more
Published on 14 April 2004 by Stephen Allen
5.0 out of 5 stars Addictive as hell
If gaming could be injected intravenously this is most probably what it would feel like.. one of the most intense gaming experiences i've ever had, with a real difficulty... Read more
Published on 27 Feb 2004 by Nick R
2.0 out of 5 stars Fun for an hour or two
Hmmm this is a strange one. Its basically a collection of mini games split into stages, with the usual cut scenes and rather silly plot inbetween. Read more
Published on 3 Sep 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Game on GBA!!!!
Without a shadow of a doubt the most addictive game ever made which can make you laugh and make you cry. Read more
Published on 31 Aug 2003 by Mr. S. Lewis
5.0 out of 5 stars The best game on the GBA for a long time!
The style of the game is like bishi bashi on the playstation and it features 200 games and secrets. The games themselves are simple and unique, some of them are from Nintendo's... Read more
Published on 3 July 2003 by J. Cherriman
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