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->''"...[I]t's actually a good game. Damn good. But, only one problem: it's on Virtual Boy."''
-->-- '''The Angry Video Game Nerd''' ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyVAp0tOk5A Virtual Boy episode]]), ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''

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->''"...[I]t's it's actually a good game. Damn good. But, only one problem: it's on Virtual Boy."''
-->-- '''The Angry Video Game Nerd''' ([[https://www.'''''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''''', [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyVAp0tOk5A Virtual Boy episode]]), ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''
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-->-- '''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''', [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyVAp0tOk5A Virtual Boy episode]]

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-->-- '''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd''', [[https://www.'''The Angry Video Game Nerd''' ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyVAp0tOk5A Virtual Boy episode]]
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!This game !!''Virtual Boy Wario Land'' provides examples of:of:


* HatOfPower: The Power-Up Hat mechanic from the first game are back.

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* HatOfPower: The Power-Up Hat mechanic mechanics from the first game are back.


''Virtual Boy Wario Land'' is an entry in the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' series for the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy.

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''Virtual Boy Wario Land'' Land'', subtitled ''Secret Treasure of the Awazon'' in Japan, is an entry in the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' series for the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy.


* [[spoiler:PlayboyBunny: Accompanies Wario on his magic carpet in the best ending.]]

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* [[spoiler:PlayboyBunny: Accompanies PlayboyBunny: [[spoiler:One accompanies Wario on his magic carpet in the best ending.]]


* ** In both this game and ''VideoGame/WarioLandSuperMarioLand3'', Wario wears a safari helmet by default, rather than his usual yellow cap.

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* ** EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In both this game and ''VideoGame/WarioLandSuperMarioLand3'', Wario wears a safari helmet by default, rather than his usual yellow cap.

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* ** In both this game and ''VideoGame/WarioLandSuperMarioLand3'', Wario wears a safari helmet by default, rather than his usual yellow cap.


* 1-Up: A diamond gives Wario an extra life. Often could be gotten in the heart bonus game at the end of a level.

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* 1-Up: OneUp: A diamond gives Wario an extra life. Often could be gotten in the heart bonus game at the end of a level.


* 1-Up: A diamond gives Wario an extra life. Often could be gotten in the heart bonus game at the end of a level.



* Lawof100: A hundred heart points are good for an extra life: a small heart is worth one point, a large heart is worth ten.



* MoneyMultiplier: At the end of each level there is a game where you can risk your coins to multiply them by choosing the correct bucket holding money bags: how much it's multiplied depends on how many buckets you want to choose from. Getting triple the coins means picking correctly from two buckets above you, getting six times the coins means picking correctly from three buckets, and the big ten times the coins means you must pick correctly from FOUR buckets! A wrong guess halves your coins, so if you choose wrongly three times you leave with an eighth of what you came in with! But if you get '''three consecutive correct picks,''' you could leave with anywhere from twenty-seven times the coins (for three triple-coin games) or ONE THOUSAND times the coins (for picking the right bucket out of four each of three ten-times-coin games)!

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* MoneyMultiplier: At the end of each level there is a game where you can risk your coins to multiply them by choosing the correct bucket holding money bags: how much it's multiplied depends on how many buckets you want to choose from. Getting triple the coins means picking correctly from two buckets above you, getting six times the coins means picking correctly from three buckets, and the big ten times the coins means you must pick correctly from FOUR buckets! A wrong guess halves your coins, so if you choose wrongly three times you leave with an eighth of what you came in with! But if you get '''three consecutive correct picks,''' you could leave with anywhere from twenty-seven times the coins (for three triple-coin games) or up to ONE THOUSAND times the coins (for picking the right bucket out of four each of three ten-times-coin games)!

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* MoneyMultiplier: At the end of each level there is a game where you can risk your coins to multiply them by choosing the correct bucket holding money bags: how much it's multiplied depends on how many buckets you want to choose from. Getting triple the coins means picking correctly from two buckets above you, getting six times the coins means picking correctly from three buckets, and the big ten times the coins means you must pick correctly from FOUR buckets! A wrong guess halves your coins, so if you choose wrongly three times you leave with an eighth of what you came in with! But if you get '''three consecutive correct picks,''' you could leave with anywhere from twenty-seven times the coins (for three triple-coin games) or ONE THOUSAND times the coins (for picking the right bucket out of four each of three ten-times-coin games)!


[[caption-width-right:350:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aDSmFPVptc "Wait till they get a load of ME!"]]]]

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* CoolPlane: This is the first game to feature Wario's Bulldog seaplane (it had originally been introduced in a Japanese educational VHS featuring [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] and Franchise/{{Kirby}}).

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* CoolPlane: This is the first game to feature Wario's Bulldog seaplane returns (it had originally been introduced previously made an appearance in the Japan-only ''Mario & Wario'' and a Japanese educational VHS video featuring [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] and Franchise/{{Kirby}}).


* ContinuingisPainful: GameOver, and you lose all your treasure.

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* ContinuingisPainful: ContinuingIsPainful: GameOver, and you lose all your treasure.

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* ContinuingisPainful: GameOver, and you lose all your treasure.

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