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Wario Ware: Smooth Moves (Wii)

by Nintendo
Nintendo Wii
 Ages 3 and Over
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
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  • WarioWare is back with a whole new set of moves.
  • With hundreds of micro-games, this game is just as wild as you'd expect from the name WarioWare, but the game play has been revolutionized
  • Under Wario's tutelage, and with the help of the Wii Remote, players will swing, spin and squat their way to victory
  • With about 200 lightning-quick micro-games and controls that range from scribbling to flailing, WarioWare: Smooth Moves takes interactive gaming to a whole new level
  • All players need is a Wii Remote and their best moves to be the champ.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • ASIN: B000FQ9YB0
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 14 x 1.9 cm ; 136 g
  • Release Date: 12 Jan. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,173 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

Wario unleashes a new batch of microgames exclusively for WiiThe WarioWare team took an idea so wacky, it could only be made with the latest technology: the Wii Remote controller!Wario stumbles into an old building called the Temple of Forum. Inside, he f

Amazon.co.uk Review

In a nutshell:
Wario is back with more new ways to use the Wii Remote than you'd ever imagine. Whether it's balancing it on your head or chopping vegetables in mid-air this is one game where you'll literally never know what's coming next.

The lowdown:
Anyone that's played a previous Wario Ware game will have some idea of the insanity that awaits in this first Wii outing. Just like the portable versions the game contains over two hundred micro-games, most of which don't last any longer than five seconds. This provides the perfect excuse to use the Remote in as many ridiculous ways as possible, with each game using one of a dozen or so different ways of holding it, from the "waiter", where you hold it flat on your palm, to the "hula hoop" where you hold it against your hip. The actual games involve everything from picking someone's nose in 3D, to balancing an umbrella on your finger tips and replacing a granny's false teeth. It's just as silly as it sounds but easily the most instantly enjoyable game on the Wii.

Most exciting moment:
Like the GameCube game WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$, Smooth Moves also has a multiplayer mode for up to four people, as you both take turns with the single player games and join in together with specially made mini-games.

Since you ask:
Although there are a number of different modes the main single player campaign still includes a longer "boss battle" at the end of each set of themed micro-games. The only one that's been shown so far involves driving a car around using the remote and trying to avoid monkeys and cows on the road.

The bottom line:
The Wii Remote gets a through workout in the funniest Wario Ware yet.- HARRISON DENT


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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Warioware Smooth Moves 21 Aug. 2007
By Steve
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is a great, if bizarre game, it really is a lot of fun. You use the Wii remote in ways you probably would never have imagined (on your nose like a trunk, like a pencil to draw, on your hip to hula etc) to complete mini games.
At first the game is single player only. There is cartoon based story line, and each level has its own weird and wonderful mini story and animation. Each level contains around 10 to 20 mini games, each of which lasts about 5 seconds. There is then a `boss stage' game, which is slightly harder and longer (fighting a samurai, completing a dance routine etc.) you must pass to complete the level. The single player mode is fun, and is also a great way to get to know your Wii and its remote.
When you have completed enough levels (which doesn't take too long) the multiplayer option is unlocked.

It is in the multiplayer mode that the game is truly brilliant however. There are simple games such as darts and (very strange) flying a nose along and catching bogeys.
My favourite is Bungee Buddies - one player holds the Wii remote while the other holds the attached Nunchuk (the lead being the bungee rope...) You then have to jump over various obstacles, if one of you falls down a hole you drag the other back. It's incredibly simple but also incredibly enjoyable, a great party game with lots of people round.
There are also multiplayer games based around the mini games from the single player mode, the best being the race - players take it in turns to pass the remote and do a mini game and earn points. The end game then involves all players suspended over a river by ropes. Depending on your position in the race you have more ropes holding you up. Players then take it in turn to cut a rope - but can't tell whose rope you will cut.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unique, unbeatable. 13 Mar. 2008
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
It would take a lot of effort to sum up this game, so i will go straight to what you curious readers want to know, and what you need to know.

Wario Smooth Moves is the heartbeat of the Wii. It is the game that has been advertised most for one clear reason: to promote the unique usage of the Wii remote and show off how it makes the WII console an extremely enjoyable, fun and social item.

Wario Smooth Moves is all about learning to use the Wii remote in ways you cannot imagine. The 1 player storyline has been made to gradually understanding the different moves and actions of the remote. By the time you finish the 1 player game you will have tried all the possible moves.
Multiplayer mode remains locked until the game is finished.

The fact you need to finish the 1 player game could be frowned upon, but it is an intelligent approach. This is because in order to play the game at least one person needs to understand the moves which are required (the moves you need to make are shown with a picture right before the start, if you have not played this game before you will not have a clue what to do, and it is extremely entertaining to see someone try to explain to someone else the moves you have to make!) The 1 player game can be finished in a couple of hours or less.

But this game is definitely not about 1 player mode. The 1 player mode is ocnsidered to be an introduction to the game, which is what multiplayer mode is all about. I can honestly say I have never enjoyed a playing a videogame with others as much as I have done with this one. There is a whole assortment of game styles to choose from, and quite incredibly up to 12 people can play at a time!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE MOST FUNNIEST GAME ON THE Wii! 18 Aug. 2007
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I was one of the unlucky ones who have never played any of Wario's minigame collections before on the GBA and DS... but now that I've played this Wii version I'm gonna hunt them down!

Using the Remote in lots of amusing ways, you will not stop grinning from ear to ear during the five second randomness of minigame Wario fun. From shaking the Remote up and down to sprint fast, to the point and insert grandma's teeth game, there are some genuienly hilarious surprises for you.

While the bonus games (apart from Tower Tennis) aren't much cop, the main mode has over 200 minigames and the graphics, while simple, are clear and bright.

All in all a brilliant package, and let's hope they get round to making another one soon!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wario and the Wii were made for each other! 6 Aug. 2007
By J. Shah
Format:Video Game
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Having bought the Wii on a very rare impulse buy after being wowed by Wii Sports at my neighbour's house, I did lots of research into finding the ideal game to build up my collection - and was delighted when I finally played Wario. Wario ticked all the boxes for me - a hilarious game that you can easily get into with little practice, switch on for half an hour at a time if you're in a rush or alternatively get a great evenings entertainment from with a group of friends.

The first impression of the game is pretty surreal as you delve into the story of Wario, the different types of mini-games you can play ('Story' or 'Form') and then the bizarre and comical introductions of characters from each mini-game level. Each level has up to 15 mini-games that last for 5 seconds each, asking you to hold the Wii remote in lots of different ways, from treating it like a Samurai Warrior sword to balancing it on the palm of your hand like a waiter. The variety of games go from the sublime to the ridiculous, including saving a falling woman from a building, bouncing a tennis ball on a racket, washing a cow's ass, and picking your nose. The icing on the cake is the brilliantly sarcastic voicebox that tells you how to use the Wii remote in that particular mini-game. As you progress, the mini-games come thick and fast, getting more and more difficult, before finishing off with a 'Boss' mini-game. If you fail it can get frustrating, but practice makes perfect, as I've found.

Having tried other games like Mario Strikers (just found it a bit random and pot-luck to get used to) and The Godfather (superb game but you'd have to dedicate your life to it to progress), I just wanted a game that wouldn't need you to cancel your social plans just to get reasonably good at. And if that's what you want from the Wii, then Wario Ware is the best game purchase you can make for this console.
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