Pyoro

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Pyoro
Pyoro-'n-Fruit.png
Pyoro, eating fruit.
Full name Pyoro
Species Bird
First appearance WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! (2003)
Latest appearance Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014, cameo)

“It's raining delicious beans! Don't let them go to waste.”
Pyoro, about his minigame, Bird in Game & Wario

Pyoro is a recurring bird character in the WarioWare, Inc. series. Pyoro's name and design are a parody of Kyorochan, the mascot of the Japanese chocolate brand Choco-Ball.

He has his own games in nearly every WarioWare game, most of which can be unlocked by playing every microgame at least once. He has quite a few abilities, including being able to extend his tongue (similar to Yoshi), seed shooting at fast speeds, and beak stretching. Although Pyoro was originally considered flightless, it is shown in WarioWare: Smooth Moves that he can fly. Initially, Pyoro must dispose of various falling Fruits by either eating them or shooting seeds at them, but this evolves into fending off evil insects that want to destroy Pyoro's flowers, home, etc.

Pyoro's games take advantage of the system on which they are played. For example, Pyoro S on WarioWare: Smooth Moves is used with the Wii Remote, and Pyoro T on WarioWare: Touched! is used with the touch screen. Besides being a game producer, Pyoro also takes care of the Prize Machine in WarioWare: Twisted!. Pyoro also has his own game for the Nintendo DSi's DSiWare channel, Bird & Beans.

Pyoro cameos in the background of the Gamer stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Pyoro's games[edit]

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Trivia[edit]

A bird, which resembles Pyoro, from the microgame, Jumpin' Rope.
  • The "R" in Pyoro R stands for "Rotated", the "T" in Pyoro T for "Touched", and the "S" in Pyoro S for "Sensored".
  • Pyoro's color is primarily red in all WarioWare games, with the exception of Pyoro 2, where he is yellow.
  • There appears to be more than one of Pyoro's species, as a power up in WarioWare: Smooth Moves will add smaller "Pyoros" as backup.
  • In Jumpin' Rope, one of the characters who jumps resembles Pyoro.