Exclusively on “Nintendo Switch,” there is an upcoming mini game compilation, “WarioWare: Get It Together!” The release date is set for September 10, 2021. The “WarioWare” series started with WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames! for “Game Boy Advance” in 2003. Back to the latest release, it is “WarioWare Gold,” where the villain organized a game tournament for a large cash prize.
The upcoming “WarioWare: Get It Together!” was announced by “Nintendo” during its “Nintendo Direct” presentation at “E3 2021.”
Give us your thoughts. Which series do you prefer more? Do you prefer “WarioWare” or the platformer series “Wario Land”? I know this may be like a jigsaw puzzle to determine your favorite series when Wario is the main character.
Play over 200 fast-paced microgames (solo or as a two-player co-op) while the mini-games are up to 4 players. In the microgames, your tasks include weaving the strings of a party popper as a team effort to pop it, powering with side of a railway car together, and more. Have fun with comedic tasks like dodging pigeon poop and squeezing toothpaste, in the mini-games. This game can be played on the same system or via local wireless co-op.
Wario needs your help to accomplish his latest business scheme by using his sense of smell and signature style to fix it. Tip a turtle with Wario’s dash, choose the haunted Ashley (who can hurl a spell), 9-Volt, 18-Volt, Mona, and more. Recognizable characters from previous “WarioWare” games will be playable characters as your avatar. Each character will have a distinct playstyle, where there is a wide-range of possibilities on how you complete the same mini-game. Favoritism between the characters may rise because some characters with certain abilities may be better performers at games.
In the “Story Mode,” Warrior is sucked into his latest creation.
English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Chinese, and Dutch
Supported Play Modes:
Tabletop mode, TV mode, and Handheld mode