Chiritorie (minigame)

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Appears in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
Type 2-player versus
Info Two-player insanity! Spin the groovy vacuum and pick up the trash! (Chiritorie, released in Japan by Nintendo in 1979, used remote control for game play.)
Controls L ButtonAdvance (Red)
R ButtonAdvance (Blue)

Chiritorie is a 2-player minigame that appeared in the Game Boy Advance game, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!. It is a 2-player variant of the microgame of the same name. The minigame is unlocked after beating one of the three stages of Dribble, Mona and 9-Volt.


The objective of the minigame is for the player's Chiritorie to suck up one-hundred pieces of trash.

Both of the players' Red, and Blue Chiritories, rotate clockwise in place. The arrow cursor next to the Chiritorie, represents how the machine will accelerate if the player does so. If such action was made, the Chiritorie will stop rotating and proceed to accelerate in one direction. If the machine bumps onto a wall (or the side of the screen), or another machine, it will deflect and accelerate the opposite direction. If the acceleration stops, the machine will rotate clockwise once in place again.

When the pieces of trash are sucked up, more trash appears, coming in one through five pieces of trash grouped together; along with six pieces appearing as a big clutter.

During the middle of the minigame, Jimmy T. will appear entering the screen, and walk slowly in a linear direction. If the player's machine bumps onto him, their machine will malfunction as some of the collected trash will be thrown out onto the field; letting the other player steal the pieces away.

The player who collected one-hundred pieces of trash wins.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Chinese Chiritorie[1]



  1. ^ From iQue's localization of WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!.