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Release year: 2003 | Players: 1-2 players | Developed by Nintendo R&D1
WarioWare, Inc. (GBA)
WarioWare, Inc. (AKA Minigame Mania, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames! – Made in Wario, メイド イン ワリオ, Meido in Wario in Japan) is a video game developed by Nintendo (Nintendo R&D1) for the Game Boy Advance system in 2003. This is the first title in the WarioWare series and the second game starring Wario in GBA after Wario Land 4.
WarioWare, Inc. is basically a collection of over 200 mini games or challenges for you to do. The game starts out with Wario, after seeing a segment on television talking about a popular video game then decides to recruit his friends and join gaming business after seeing its potential in making lots of money. The minigames in Wario Ware Inc. are all quite simple, each objective in the game basically revolves around one singular action.
The game might be a bit strange in the beginning but it is actually very entertaining and hilarious because of the way each mini game is designed to be truly unique and quirky. What makes WarioWare, Inc. challenging is that once you start playing, you never actually know what mini game you will get.
This means that every player would have to quickly figure out how to finish it while under time pressure. Because of this, it really makes the game fun and entertaining and will definitely keep you guessing on what it might throw at you next.
The mini games range from answering simple test-like questions, skipping rope, riding a skateboard, to the weirder variety—including a game about picking a nose. It is truly an eclectic collection of games that will keep you on your toes.
Because WarioWare, Inc. is full of mini games with over 200 challenges, it will definitely keep you occupied for a long time. Even though it may only take a few hours to complete the game and its main challenges, the game has a high replay value due to the fact that there’s no way you’ll encounter every mini game during your first run.
Overall, the game’s graphics are not too bad and they seem to suit each pace of the mini games. Not only that but the game’s music and sound effects fit perfectly well with the actions that take part in the game, you will also notice that the more you progress in the game the music speeds up as well giving the game a more manic feeling that WarioWare, Inc. initially portrays.
WarioWare, Inc. game has only been ported to the GBA.