History VideoGame / WarioWare

26th Mar '17 5:21:06 AM Gosicrystal
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* FatBastard: Wario. Not surprisingly

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* FatBastard: Wario. Not surprisinglyWario, unsurprisingly.



* GadgeteerGenius: Penny

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* %%* GadgeteerGenius: PennyPenny.



* LostForever:
** A few of the medals in ''D.I.Y.'' require entering microgame design contests that were periodically held by Nintendo. Nintendo no longer holds these contests, so if you hadn't already gotten the medals for them you can now no longer obtain them. Thankfully, it's still possible to get all the records even without these medals. The same, of course, goes for the microgames that won those contests. Even while they were running, you could only access the two most recent contest sets at a time to download their microgames. Now, you can't get any of them, unless you can get them from other players.
** Because most of the online services for the Wii and DS (aside from the Wii Shop Channel and the like) have been shut down, the online-related medals can't be unlocked anymore, meaning that not all records can be unlocked on one save file. Fortunately, there's a way around this as well: because the records you obtain from medals are semi-randomized, you can obtain the ones you lack from a friend or relative. If all you care about are the music on the records and not having the full collection in your game under the built-in section, you could also copy the music from the records you could get into new records in the music maker, send said records to DIY Showcase, then restart your game and get new ones.
* LyricalDissonance: Ashley's theme song.
* MadScientist: Dr. Crygor.

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* LostForever:
** A few of the medals in ''D.I.Y.'' require entering microgame design contests that were periodically held by Nintendo. Nintendo no longer holds these contests, so if you hadn't already gotten the medals for them you can now no longer obtain them. Thankfully, it's still possible to get all the records even without these medals. The same, of course, goes for the microgames that won those contests. Even while they were running, you could only access the two most recent contest sets at a time to download their microgames. Now, you can't get any of them, unless you can get them from other players.
** Because most of the online services for the Wii and DS (aside from the Wii Shop Channel and the like) have been shut down, the online-related medals can't be unlocked anymore, meaning that not all records can be unlocked on one save file. Fortunately, there's a way around this as well: because the records you obtain from medals are semi-randomized, you can obtain the ones you lack from a friend or relative. If all you care about are the music on the records and not having the full collection in your game under the built-in section, you could also copy the music from the records you could get into new records in the music maker, send said records to DIY Showcase, then restart your game and get new ones.
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%%* LyricalDissonance: Ashley's theme song.
* %%* MadScientist: Dr. Crygor.



* PredatoryBusiness: Pizza Dinosaur.

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* %%* PredatoryBusiness: Pizza Dinosaur.



** Not to mention a few characters, but the most obvious are the two ninjas, Kat and Ana. [[KatanasAreJustBetter See what they did there?]]

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** Not to mention a A few characters, but the most obvious are the two ninjas, Kat and Ana. [[KatanasAreJustBetter See what they did there?]]



* RandomEventsPlot: ''Mega Party Game$!''
** Almost every game counts.

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* RandomEventsPlot: ''Mega Party Game$!''
** Almost
The series is random events distilled into a game. It works on three levels: On the smallest scale are the hundreds of 4-second games the gameplay is made up of, each of which are connected only by art style or by basic gameplay mechanic, and from the second playthrough and onwards, appear in random order. Next up are each chapter in the game, which have different characters acting independently of each other, which themselves are sometimes non-sequiturs (in the same game, for instance, you have a pizza delivery girl with animal sidekicks shooting soccer balls; and then later you have a mad scientist building a karaoke robot to do janitorial work). At the highest level is the series itself, where not only is there some level of Negative Continuity (along with some real continuity—it's confusing), every game counts.in the series to date has used a radically different control gimmick.



* TemporaryOnlineContent:
** A few of the medals in ''D.I.Y.'' require entering microgame design contests that were periodically held by Nintendo. Nintendo no longer holds these contests, so if you hadn't already gotten the medals for them you can now no longer obtain them. Thankfully, it's still possible to get all the records even without these medals. The same, of course, goes for the microgames that won those contests. Even while they were running, you could only access the two most recent contest sets at a time to download their microgames. Now, you can't get any of them, unless you can get them from other players.
** Because most of the online services for the Wii and DS (aside from the Wii Shop Channel and the like) have been shut down, the online-related medals can't be unlocked anymore, meaning that not all records can be unlocked on one save file. Fortunately, there's a way around this as well: because the records you obtain from medals are semi-randomized, you can obtain the ones you lack from a friend or relative. If all you care about are the music on the records and not having the full collection in your game under the built-in section, you could also copy the music from the records you could get into new records in the music maker, send said records to DIY Showcase, then restart your game and get new ones.



* WinsByDoingAbsolutelyNothing

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* WinsByDoingAbsolutelyNothingWinsByDoingAbsolutelyNothing:



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kat's is Pink, Ana's is bright red, and Jimmy's whole family has multi-colored hair/wigs. Jimmy actually has blue hair, Papa T has yellow, Mama T also has pink, Jamie has Pink/Indigo/Red(Depending on where you look), and James has orange. Jimmy P from ''Smooth Moves'' has yellow hair as well.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kat's is Pink, Ana's is bright red, and Jimmy's whole family has multi-colored hair/wigs. Jimmy actually has blue hair, Papa T has yellow, Mama T also has pink, Jamie has Pink/Indigo/Red(Depending Pink/Indigo/Red (depending on where you look), and James has orange. Jimmy P from ''Smooth Moves'' has yellow hair as well.
12th Feb '17 10:11:25 AM Gosicrystal
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* Each mini-game lasts for only about ''five seconds.'' (Normal-length games run eight beats; the BPM starts from 100 or so and rises from there).
* In each 'level' you have to complete nine to twenty-five of them in a row, without stopping. (And much more if you're going for a high score!)

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* Each mini-game lasts for only about ''five seconds.'' (Normal-length seconds'' (normal-length games run eight beats; the BPM starts from 100 or so and rises from there).
* In each 'level' you have to complete nine to twenty-five of them in a row, without stopping. (And stopping (and much more if you're going for a high score!)score!).



** A few of the medals in ''D.I.Y.'' require entering microgame design contests that were periodically held by Nintendo. Nintendo no longer holds these contests, so if you hadn't already gotten the medals for them you can now no longer obtain them. Thankfully, it's still possible to get all the records even without these medals.
** The same, of course, goes for the microgames that won those contests. Even while they were running, you could only access the two most recent contest sets at a time to download their microgames. Now, you can't get any of them, unless you can get them from other players.

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** A few of the medals in ''D.I.Y.'' require entering microgame design contests that were periodically held by Nintendo. Nintendo no longer holds these contests, so if you hadn't already gotten the medals for them you can now no longer obtain them. Thankfully, it's still possible to get all the records even without these medals.
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medals. The same, of course, goes for the microgames that won those contests. Even while they were running, you could only access the two most recent contest sets at a time to download their microgames. Now, you can't get any of them, unless you can get them from other players.
10th Jan '17 1:17:26 PM JJSponge120
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** ''D.I.Y.'' allows the player to make a game that is won from the start, provided they have to knowledge to make such a game.

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** ''D.I.Y.'' allows the player to make a game that is won from the start, provided they have to the knowledge to make such a game.
4th Jan '17 1:18:47 PM Candhfan621
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** ''D.I.Y.'' allows the player to make a game that is won from the start, provided they have to knowledge to make such a game.
20th Dec '16 9:59:42 PM Kayube
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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The unlockable ''Sheriff'' minigame in ''Mega Microgame$'' starts off with mostly black-and-white graphics, unlike the original arcade game which had color; however, complete enough loops through the game and the color graphics will gradually be restored.
4th Dec '16 12:24:09 PM Sammettik
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* CompletelyDifferentTitle: The original Japanese title of the series was ''Made in Wario'', but outside Japan it's ''[=WarioWare=]''.
16th Nov '16 1:32:50 AM mariic
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* HonestAxe: Spoofed in "Touched!" Wario's response? "Gimme all of them!" *tackle*

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* HonestAxe: Spoofed in "Touched!" Wario's response? "Gimme "[[TakeAThirdOption Gimme all of them!" them!]]" *tackle*
9th Oct '16 1:10:59 PM Splurdge
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** Almost every game counts.
22nd Aug '16 1:41:03 PM Rorosilky5
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* CuteKitten: Disco dancing kittens in ''Smooth Moves''! Later on, Jimmy P.'s stage has dancing ''puppies'', and the similarity is lampshaded at the end.

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* CuteKitten: Disco dancing kittens in ''Smooth Moves''! Later on, Jimmy P.'s stage has dancing ''puppies'', ''[[PreciousPuppy puppies]]'', and the similarity is lampshaded at the end.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kat's is Pink, Ana's is bright red, and Jimmy's whole family has multi-colored hair/wigs. Jimmy actually has blue hair, Papa T has Yellow, Mama T also has pink, Jamie has Pink/Indigo/Red(Depending on where you look), and James has orange. Jimmy P from ''Smooth Moves'' has Yellow hair as well.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Kat's is Pink, Ana's is bright red, and Jimmy's whole family has multi-colored hair/wigs. Jimmy actually has blue hair, Papa T has Yellow, yellow, Mama T also has pink, Jamie has Pink/Indigo/Red(Depending on where you look), and James has orange. Jimmy P from ''Smooth Moves'' has Yellow yellow hair as well.
6th Aug '16 5:07:43 PM Glowsquid
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* AgeLift: Ashley was given a dramatic one. She was 6 in the original Japanese version, whereas in the English versions, she's 15.
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