Doggy Door

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Doggy Door
Doggy Door.png
WarioWare: Twisted!
DoggyDoor WarioWareGold.png
WarioWare Gold
Appears in WarioWare: Twisted!
WarioWare Gold
Type Mona (Twisted!)
Ashley & Red (Gold)
Command(s) Avoid!
Info "Don't get squished, Spot!" (Twisted!)
"This legendary horse flies the skies. Just don't let him get hit by parts of his spaceship. That would be bad." (Gold)
Controls Tilt motion control / Tilt motion control – Move
Points to clear 20 (Twisted!)
15 (Gold)

Doggy Door is one of Mona's microgames in WarioWare: Twisted! and reappears in WarioWare Gold as one of Ashley & Red's microgames. The dog in the microgame, Spot, makes a reappearance in Opposites Attract.


The purpose of the game is to move Spot the dog so that it passes through openings of the satellite in order to avoid getting hit by the satellite. If Spot gets hit, the game is lost.

WarioWare: Twisted![edit]

  • 1st level difficulty: The satellite rotates slowly.
  • 2nd level difficulty: Either the satellite rotates faster, or it rotates at the same speed as Level 1 but one of the openings is moved higher up, and the player will lose if they try to go through it.
  • 3rd level difficulty: The openings are thinner and move as fast as in Level 2.

WarioWare Gold[edit]

In Gold, Spot is replaced with a horse (despite the microgame's name), the satellite is replaced by a blimp, and clouds were added to the background.

  • 1st level difficulty: The satellite rotates slowly, and one of the sides have two openings.
  • 2nd level difficulty: The satellite rotates faster, and each side only has one opening.
  • 3rd level difficulty: The openings are thinner and move as fast as in Level 2.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese じんこうえいせい
Jinkō Eisei
Artificial Satellite

French Drôle de porte
Strange door
Italian Porte da cani
Dog doors


  • In WarioWare: Twisted!, an extended version of the microgame's theme is used in the cutscenes that take place in space (Orbulon's opening, where the outside of the Oinker is seen, Orbulon's ending, where Orbulon escapes the black hole but gets eaten by Space Monster Gabriel and spat back to Earth, Dribble & Spitz's ending, when Dribble & Spitz go to space to pick up a customer, and Wario-Man's ending, when Wario-Man goes to space) and the Love Tester.