Card-e Cards

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Gameplay of Card-e Cards from WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
Card-e Cards
“Hey, HEY, hey! They call me 9-Volt, because I get a charge out of old-school games. I've even made a bunch of new e-Reader ones! See how many cards you can get! The best way to get ahead is to nab cards from your friends!”
9-Volt, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!

Card-e Cards is 9-Volt's multiplayer mode in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!. It involves each player taking turns drawing cards from one of two stacks to put into the deck. When a player picks up a card depicting an e-Reader, all the cards in the deck are put into the e-Reader and that player has to complete all the microgames in order to put them into their own pile. Should the player fail a microgame at any time, the session ends and all cards in the deck, as well as the player's own cards, are sent to the pile. Any player who beats all the microgames picked will not only receive the cards in the deck, but also the cards lost in the pile. Also, while a player is playing, their opponents can go and steal other cards by walking over to that player's pile and pressing A Button when the bar next to it is full. If there are no cards left to pick but there are cards still in the deck and/or pile, players battle for the remaining cards by playing one of the multiplayer microgames that appear in Wobbly Bobbly. The winner is the one who has the most cards at the end.

There are 36 cards in two-player games, 54 cards in three-player games and 72 cards in four-player games.

In-game description[edit]

My name's 9-Volt, and I'm a Nintendo fanboy. Check it out: I made my very own WarioWare-e cards!

The cards are stacked in two piles. Take turns drawing cards. If you draw a card with an e-Reader on it, then you have to play all the microgame cards that have been drawn.

If you beat all the games, you win all the cards in the deck, but if you lose any game, you lose ALL of your own cards! The next player to complete all the microgames in the deck wins any cards that had been lost.

Oh, and anytime one player is playing microgames, the other players can run around and try to steal cards from the person playing the microgames!

Stealing's a snap! Just stand on the card you want to steal and press the A Button! You'll see a power meter appear, so press the A Button again when the meter turns red to pull the card towards your own pile!

The player with the most cards after all the cards have been drawn is the winner.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カードeめくり
Kādo-e mekuri
Card-e Turning