Coin Count

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Coin Count
Coin Cat.pngWarioWare: D.I.Y.
WWG Coin Count.png
WarioWare Gold
Appears in WarioWare: D.I.Y.
WarioWare Gold
Type Orbulon (D.I.Y.)
Kat and Ana (Gold)
Command Add it up!
Info "You owe this kitty some money." (D.I.Y.)
"Pay the amount of money that's displayed on the register. No shopping trip's complete without paying the bill!" (Gold)
Controls Stylus – Pay
Points to clear 20 (Gold)

Coin Count (originally known as Coin Cat) is one of Orbulon's microgames in WarioWare: D.I.Y. and returns as one of Kat and Ana's microgames in WarioWare Gold.

Gameplay[edit]

The point of the game is to match the amount of coins to the amount displayed on the register. In the American version, there are two coins that display $1 and two coins that display 10¢. The numbers in the European version are the same, with the currency being either £ or €, while the Japanese version includes ¥100 and ¥10 coins. If the player matches the amount of money, the game is won. However, if the player makes a mistake or time runs out, the game is lost. In the American version, the prices are always $1.20 or $2.10. In WarioWare Gold, the controls are changed that coins are dragged onto the tray for counting at any time. Mistakes in the coin count can be corrected as long as they are done before the timer countdown reaches between 2 and 1. If the player doesn't have the correct amount of change when the countdown reaches that point, the screen on the register shatters. Also, currency symbols are absent on the coins.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おみせごっこ
O mise-gokko
Shop pretending
Spanish (NOA) Contando monedas Counting coins