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  • Summary: Frantic action! Prepare for lightning-quick game play as you blaze through over 200 bizarre microgames designed by a crazy crew of Wario's cronies! There are even two-player contests that can be played on a single Game Boy Advance! Pick up and play! Ultra-simple controls make each game easy to get into...until the games start coming faster... and faster...and FASTER! Expand
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  1. Positive: 32 out of 35
  2. Negative: 0 out of 35
  1. It's just so damned hard to find any area in which Made In Wario could have done better. If you have a Game Boy Advance and you enjoy playing it, you NEED this game.
  2. It's as addictive as some illegal substances and 5 times more fun.
  3. A twitch-gamer's dream with virtually infinite replay value, and always one more high score to aim for. [Fall 2003, p.40]
  4. 90
    With so many games, so much to unlock and so much fun to be had, Wario Ware is a game I can easily say is a must have for anyone looking for a game that is pure, simple fun.
  5. A collection of over 200 totally unexpected, random, frighteningly creative "microgames." [Aug 2003, p.79]
  6. Trying to describe why this game is fun, why the challenge of playing these games, which alone are stupid and even moronic, but together mesh so well and are fun, is not easy.
  7. And what I mean by strange is damn good. It's virtually impossible to put down.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 17
  2. Negative: 0 out of 17
  1. Aug 6, 2013
    The game is really, really short (2 hours), but it was meant to be so. Replay value is what makes me keep playing again and again, and that is why feels seemingly filled with content, like a small sundae with an overload of chocolate sauce. Expand
  2. Mar 2, 2013
    Some cool, great music and the cutscenes are fun, but the singleplayer campaign is designed to make you fail and try over and over again. It's a short game if you run through it, and the gameplay is too simple (timed single button presses) to make it fun by itself. The fun consists of your thought process in the moment you try to figure out the task. The artists/designers did a great job to try to make the game stand out, but what you're doing isn't really special in any way. Would be a really fun game for kids (bizarre kid friendly humor) if it wasn't punishing. No real reason to seek this out in 2013. A fun celebration of 'style over substance' nevertheless. Expand

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