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WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Micro-Game$!
  • "Haru-Natsu-Aki-Fuyuu", aka "Four Seasons", accompanies Kat storming a castle taken over by a skeleton samurai to save her sister and the prince/princess. There's a higher-quality music video version in Mega Party Game$.
  • "Koe no Tadayo Namima Made", aka "Drifting Away" or "Floating Voices", accompanies Dribble and Spitz's taxi ride. As in the case of "Haru-Natsu-Aki-Fuyuu", there's a higher-quality music video version in Mega Party Game$.
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  • The BGM during the Pyoro minigames becomes faster and gains more instruments as your score increases, eventually becoming surprisingly rocking.

WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!

  • Wario Ware: Mega Party Game$ has Shinobi Game aka "Stealth Turtles", which plays during Kat & Ana's turtle-balancing game.

WarioWare Twisted!

  • Wario Ware: Twisted! has the Mona Pizza jingle, in both English and Japanese. Dribble and Spitz's stage lets you choose the accompanying music; amongst the choices available are the Taxi Symphony and Dribble and Spitz's instrumental theme.
  • Wario de Mambo, Wario de Mambo, Wario de Mambo, Nya nya nya nyah! A very catchy method of introducing what would be the first and definitely-not-last final boss microgame about dancing to the rhythm.

WarioWare Touched!

WarioWare: Smooth Moves

  • Wario Ware: Smooth Moves continues the tradition of music in Dribble and Spitz's stage with "Tomorrow Hill".
  • The final boss theme "Wii Dancing", a groovy dance number that one can't help but headbang to.

WarioWare D.I.Y. / D.I.Y. Showcase

Game & Wario!


WarioWare Gold

  • First of all, it's very telling of its status as a Megamix Game that most of the tracks on this page are available to listen to as Records in Gold.
  • The revived Wario Dance Company manages to be an awesome final battle thanks to Wario de Mucho, which takes inspiration from "Wario de Mambo".
  • The music for the final level is suitably epic (it sounds something you'd hear in a JRPG), and it plays through the microgames as well.
  • Work Those Muscles!, which plays as 5-Volt watches Mr. Sparkles' workout infomercial. This is for those who haven't got enough workout music with "Body Rock".


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