History VideoGame / WarioWorld

21st Mar '16 11:01:41 AM eroock
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-->--'''One of Wario's several in-game [[PreAsskickingOneLiner taunts]] from''' '''''Wario World'''''

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-->--'''One -->-- One of Wario's several in-game [[PreAsskickingOneLiner taunts]] from''' '''''Wario World'''''
from ''Wario World''
16th Dec '15 5:17:54 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* HookHand: Captain Skull's left hand. The other one's a fricking ''cannon''.

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* HookHand: Captain Skull's left hand. The other one's hand, which is also a fricking ''cannon''.GrapplingHookPistol that he uses for quick transportation around the battle arena.
1st Dec '15 2:45:35 PM WaxingName
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''Wario World'' is a 3-D [[PlatformGame platforming game]] for the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}}.

The game, of course, stars Wario, the famous AntiHero from the [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] franchise, who has been getting [[VideoGame/WarioLand his]] [[VideoGame/WarioWare own]] [[VideoGame/WarioMasterOfDisguise games]] since his first appearance as a [[BigBad villain]] in ''SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''. Although ''Wario World'' is technically not an entry in the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' series, its plot has the same fuel: Wario's endless {{greed}}.

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''Wario World'' is a 3-D [[PlatformGame platforming game]] for the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube. UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube starring VideoGame/{{Wario}}. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}}.

The game, of course, stars Wario, the famous AntiHero from the [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] franchise, who has been getting [[VideoGame/WarioLand his]] [[VideoGame/WarioWare own]] [[VideoGame/WarioMasterOfDisguise games]] since his first appearance as a [[BigBad villain]] in ''SuperMarioLand2SixGoldenCoins''.
Creator/{{Treasure}}. Although ''Wario World'' is technically not an entry in the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' series, its plot has the same fuel: Wario's endless {{greed}}.
22nd Nov '15 6:18:37 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* GreenHillZone: Beanstalk Way averts the common trend of GreenHillZone being the first level by instead making it the sixth level instead.

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* GreenHillZone: Beanstalk Way averts Way, a lush, grassy valley filled with flowers, beanstalks, and other plant life. Contrary to the common trend usual expectations of GreenHillZone this trope, it's a late-game level, being the first level by instead making it the sixth level instead.of eight.
22nd Nov '15 2:48:03 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* GiantSpider: Spideraticus.

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* GiantSpider: Spideraticus.Spideraticus, the boss of Beanstalk Way. It's battle arena contains a huge spider web, and two of its attacks involve shooting web at Wario.



* SpinningPiledriver: One of Wario's attacks.

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* SpinningPiledriver: One of Wario's attacks.attacks he can perform while holding an enemy involves spinning in the air for a bit and then slamming them into the ground. It kills the enemy (unless it's a boss) and deals heavy damage (often outright insta-killing) any nearby enemies. It's necessary to open steel trapdoors, which won't respond to a simple GroundPound.



* TreasureIsBiggerInFiction

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* %%* TreasureIsBiggerInFiction
22nd Nov '15 2:33:32 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* {{Acrofatic}}: Wario, even more so in this game than the ''VideoGame/WarioLand series.''

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Wario, even more so in this game than the ''VideoGame/WarioLand series.'''' Not only can he run faster and jump higher than a person of his girth should be able to, he can perform acrobatic aerial flips and [[WrestlerInAllOfUs wrestling moves]].



* AirborneMook: Cractyl, as well as its [[UndergroundMonkey equivalents]] in later levels. Also the Wind Winders.
* AlliterativeName: Several of the bosses, enemies, and items.
* AlliterativeTitle
* AlwaysNight: Horror Manor.
* AmbiguouslyGay: Red-Brief J.
* AntiHero: Wario, of course.

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* %%* AirborneMook: Cractyl, as well as its [[UndergroundMonkey equivalents]] in later levels. Also the Wind Winders.
* %%* AlliterativeName: Several of the bosses, enemies, and items.
* %%* AlliterativeTitle
* %%* AlwaysNight: Horror Manor.
* %%* AmbiguouslyGay: Red-Brief J.
* %%* AntiHero: Wario, of course.



* BadassMustache: Again, Wario.

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* %%* BadassMustache: Again, Wario.



* BigBad: The Black Jewel.

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* BigBad: The Black Jewel.Jewel, who is responsible for all the bad stuff that happens in this game, namely the destruction of Wario's castle, the conversion of his treasures into monsters, and the imprisonment of the Spritelings.



* BossArenaIdiocy: The lava underneath Red-Brief J's arena and the spikes around Dino-mighty's.

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* BossArenaIdiocy: The lava underneath Red-Brief J's arena and the spikes around Dino-mighty's.Dino-Mighty's.



* ExorcistHead: The Brawl Doll in the boss intro.

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* ExorcistHead: The Brawl Doll twists its head around in the boss intro.



* FlunkyBoss: The Crystal Entities spawn smaller versions of themselves to fight Wario.

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* FlunkyBoss: The Crystal Entities Gem-Bodied Creatures spawn smaller versions of themselves to fight Wario.



* GiantHandsOfDoom: These appear during the fights with the Terrible Portraits, as well as Ironsider.

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* GiantHandsOfDoom: These Giant hands appear during the fights with the Terrible Portraits, as well as Ironsider.Ironsider. In the case of the latter, they can be picked up and used as weapons against the boss.



* AnIcePerson: The Winter Windster.
* InescapableAmbush: This happens with some of the {{miniboss}}es, such as the Crystal Entities, Angler Manglers, and Terrible Portraits.

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* %%* AnIcePerson: The Winter Windster.
* InescapableAmbush: This happens with some of the {{miniboss}}es, such as the Crystal Entities, Gem-Bodied Creatures, Angler Manglers, and Terrible Portraits.



* KingMook: The Crystal Entities, though their smaller counterparts only appear when spawned by the Crystal Entities themselves.

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* KingMook: The Crystal Entities, Gem-Bodied Creatures, though their smaller counterparts only appear when spawned by the Crystal Entities Gem-Bodied Creatures themselves.



* PointyEars: Wario.

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* %%* PointyEars: Wario.



* RatedMForManly: A more... [[WidgetSeries surreal]] example.

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* %%* RatedMForManly: A more... [[WidgetSeries surreal]] example.



** The Crystal Entities, tall robotic enemies with a gemstone-like torso. Wario fights at least one in every level except Greenhorn Forest.

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** The Crystal Entities, Gem-Bodied Creatures, tall robotic enemies with a gemstone-like torso. Wario fights at least one in every level except Greenhorn Forest.



* RuinsForRuinsSake: Greenhorn Ruins.

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* RuinsForRuinsSake: Greenhorn Ruins.Ruins doesn't have any purpose beyond being ruins, since it, along with the rest of the levels in the game, are creations of the Black Jewel.



** The symbol on the red Crystal Entity's head is shaped like the life counter from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine''.

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** The symbol on the red Crystal Entity's Gem-Bodied Creature's head is shaped like the life counter from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine''.
10th Oct '15 4:07:36 PM BeeKirbysNewComputer
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* EasterEgg: On the pause screen, leaving the game there for 50 minutes causes Wario to say "Sorry" and stop making the noises he usually makes on that screen.

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* EasterEgg: On If you stay on the pause screen, leaving the game there screen for 50 minutes causes ''50 minutes,'' Wario to say "Sorry" will apologize and stop making the noises "nah nah-nah nah nah" singing he usually makes on that screen.does.
20th Sep '15 10:22:52 AM nombretomado
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''Wario World'' is a 3-D [[PlatformGame platforming game]] for the NintendoGameCube. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}}.

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''Wario World'' is a 3-D [[PlatformGame platforming game]] for the NintendoGameCube.UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube. It was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}}.



* ConsoleCameo: The last treasure in the second level of each world is a Nintendo console. The consoles Wario can find are a NES, a Nintendo 64, a Game Boy Advance and a GameCube.

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* ConsoleCameo: The last treasure in the second level of each world is a Nintendo console. The consoles Wario can find are a NES, a Nintendo 64, a Game Boy Advance and a GameCube.[=GameCube=].
21st Feb '15 2:29:19 PM BSonirachi
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* ConsoleCameo: The last treasure in the second level of each world is a Nintendo console. The consoles Wario can find are a NES, a Nintendo 64, a Game Boy Advance and a GameCube.
8th Feb '15 9:52:12 AM morenohijazo
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* LivingStructureMonster: Wall enemies show up in one level. They can't attack, their only purpose is to keel over and provide a bridge once punched sufficiently.
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