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$.
- The BGM during the Pyoro minigames becomes faster and gains more instruments as your score increases, eventually becoming surprisingly rocking.
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
- Wario Ware: Mega Party Game$ has Shinobi Game aka "Stealth Turtles", which plays during Kat & Ana's turtle-balancing game.
- 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.
- Ashley's Theme and "Rock The Mike!". The Mona Pizza jingle from Twisted! also cameoed with an awesome enhanced version, again in English and Japanese.
- A nice remix of the Mario Paint theme. The start may sound almost the same, but the real deal kicks in around 51 seconds.
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
- D.I.Y. has "Body Rock" for Jimmy T's stage. It's as funky as you'd expect from Jimmy, with catchy lyrics about getting fit.
- The pre-made records in D.I.Y. do a tremendous job of showing what the game's built-in MIDI sequencer is capable of doing. Mona's records are remixes of classical pieces, Jimmy T's records are all based on locations around the world, Ashley's records are made to be sung along to, Orbulon's records use the instruments and composer tools in unusual ways, and 9-Volt's records are, of course, remixes of songs from other Nintendo games.
Game & Wario!
- This theme that plays on one of the minigames simply called Ashley which also contains Musical Nods to her theme.
- 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".