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WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
Space Hares appear in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! in Orbulon's story. As their ship passes by the Oinker, they notice its distress signal. A Space Hare lowers an elevator into the Oinker to rescue Orbulon. During gameplay, they serve as the life counter for microgames. Failing one causes a hole to appear under the leftmost Space Hare and cause it to fall into space. Gaining a life causes one to rise back from a hole. After seeing Orbulon, they drop him back into the Oinker. They dance with Orbulon during the intermissions. Orbulon's, and his Space Hares', spaceship appears in Space Escape, one of Dribble and Spitz's microgames.
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
In WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!, the Space Hares have their own minigame in Wobbly Bobbly where up to four players have to keep away from a larger Space Hare in a girl's wig. For the Staff Roll, they are seen on the elevator doors. After flipping over the letter panels and revealing the staff names in each section, they nod. At the end, the wigged Space Hare clings onto the "T" in "The End".
Alien Bunnies show up during Orbulon's story in WarioWare: Twisted! as his minions. He asks them to massage him which causes him to fall asleep. After 30 minutes, the two Alien Bunnies are also asleep. They are only awakened by the ship warning them of a black hole. After the Oinker gets eaten and spat out by Space Monster Gabriel, the Alien Bunnies swim through space.
In WarioWare: Touched! the Alien Bunnies appear in various places. One appears in the ending of Dr. Crygor's story after he rockets himself into space, and in the intro of Mike's story, where he goes to a planet full of them. After Dribble and Spitz come to return him home, they wave goodbye as he leaves.
Game & Wario
In WarioWare Gold, the Alien Bunnies appear in all of the Wario Bowl-related cutscenes. Two Alien Bunnies also appear during the intros of the Mash League, Twist League, and Touch League, where Wario explains how to use the buttons, gyro control, and touch screen.
An Alien Bunny holding a box appears in the intermissions of all the Mash League characters' stages, including Wario Deluxe. The player can control it to collect coins.
Rhythm Heaven series
Alien Bunnies appear in the Japan-exclusive game Rhythm Tengoku for the Game Boy Advance, its internationally released sequel Rhythm Heaven for the Nintendo DS, Rhythm Heaven Fever for the Wii, and Rhythm Heaven Megamix for the Nintendo 3DS. These games were made by the same team who develop the WarioWare games.
WarioWare Gold character cards
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