Diddly Squat

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Diddly Squat
WWSM Diddly Squat.png
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
DiddlySquat WarioWareGold.png
WarioWare Gold
Appears in WarioWare: Smooth Moves
WarioWare Gold
Type Dribble and Spitz (Smooth Moves)
Jimmy T (Gold)
Command Squat!
Info "Unpleasant as they are, squats are the quickest route to a strong lower body! Prepare to get buff!" (Smooth Moves)
"Get those legs in dancin' shape by doin' some squats! I promise all your hard work'll pay off in the end!" (Gold)
Controls +Control Pad up or down – Squat/stand (Gold)
Form(s) "The Mohawk" (Smooth Moves)
Points to clear 25 (Gold)

Diddly Squat is one of Dribble and Spitz's microgames in WarioWare: Smooth Moves and returns as one of Jimmy T.'s microgames in WarioWare Gold. It is a parody of the phrase "diddly squat", which means "nothing".

Gameplay[edit]

The player has to do squats by moving the Wii Remote up and down. Afterwards, the character onscreen will become extremely buff. In WarioWare Gold, this microgame is played with buttons. Pressing down on the +Control Pad causes the character to squat and up to stand.

WarioWare: Smooth Moves[edit]

  • 1st level difficulty: Do one squat. When the game is beaten, the man gets a champion belt.
  • 2nd level difficulty: Do two squats. When the game is beaten, two kneeling men in suits appear near the girl.
  • 3rd level difficulty: Do three squats. When the game is beaten, two kids hang from the elderly's arms.

WarioWare Gold[edit]

  • 1st level difficulty: Do one squat. When the game is beaten, the man receives a medal and perfect scores from the four judges.
  • 2nd level difficulty: Do two squats. When the game is beaten, two dolphins fall for the woman.
  • 3rd level difficulty: Do three squats. When the game is beaten, four boys sit on the elderly man's arms.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Sentadillas Squats
Italian Se bello vuoi apparire... If you want to look good... (play on the Italian saying “Se bello vuoi apparire, un po’ devi soffrire”)