Armed and Dangerous
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- This article is about a microgame in WarioWare: Smooth Moves. For Bowser Jr.'s Special Shot in Mario Tennis Aces, see Special Shot § Armed and Dangerous.
|Armed and Dangerous|
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
|Appears in||WarioWare: Smooth Moves|
|Type||Dribble & Spitz (Smooth Moves)|
Dr. Crygor (Gold)
|Info||"It’s time to arm-wrestle! In this game it’s not just about power; it’s about speed too!" (Smooth Moves)|
"Challenge a slew of strong opponents to an arm-wrestling contest. It's not about power--speed can also play an important role." (Gold)
|Controls||– Move arm (Gold)|
|Form(s)||"The Dumbbell" (Smooth Moves)|
|Points to clear||15 (Gold)|
|Music track||Girl Power!|
Armed and Dangerous is one of Dribble & Spitz's microgames in WarioWare: Smooth Moves and returns in WarioWare Gold as one of Dr. Crygor's microgames. The name is a pun on the idiom "Armed and dangerous", which is used to warn people of dangerous fugitives.
The player has to win an arm-wrestling match by thrusting the or Nintendo 3DS to the side to slam down the opponent's arm. Both of the characters are the player's Miis. In WarioWare Gold, the Miis have instead been replaced by fixed human characters (or a bear for the third level).
- 1st level difficulty: The opponent does not put up a struggle. In WarioWare Gold, the opponent is a young man.
- 2nd level difficulty: The opponent puts up moderate struggle. In WarioWare Gold, the opponent is a bodybuilder.
- 3rd level difficulty: The opponent puts up a strong struggle. In WarioWare Gold, the opponent is a bear.
Names in other languages
|French||Bras de fer||Arm wrestling|
|Italian||Braccio di ferro||Arm wrestling|