Dr. Crygor's Lab

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Dr. Crygor's Lab
Dr. Crygor's Lab in WarioWare Gold
Artwork from WarioWare Gold
First appearance WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! (2003)
Latest appearance WarioWare Gold (2018)
Greater location Diamond City
Owner Dr. Crygor

Dr. Crygor's Lab, originally known as Crygor's Lab and called Crygor Labs in WarioWare: D.I.Y., is a laboratory that is located on a small separated island near the coast of Diamond City. The mad scientist Dr. Crygor and his robot Mike live in this yellow building. Notably, a giant red hibiscus flower is found outside of the building. There, Dr. Crygor spends much of his time doing experiments and creating new inventions. His stories in the WarioWare series mostly take place in this lab.


The laboratory is first seen in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!, in Dr. Crygor's prologue and epilogue movies. In the prologue movie, Dr. Crygor dances around the inside of his lab. In his epilogue movie, after Dr. Crygor emerges from the restroom, the lab is then flooded due to a toilet spewing a geyser of water.

One of the movies in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$! shows Dr. Crygor's Lab. Inside the lab, Dr. Crygor falls asleep sitting on his toilet. When Orbulon's UFO strikes him, he blasts upwards into above the lab. When he plummets back to his restroom, face-first, Orbulon, Dribble, and Spitz greet him with a hello. The three then take Dr. Crygor to the Dribble Taxi and leave the island.

The lab is next seen in WarioWare: Twisted! when Wario enlists Dr. Crygor to repair his Game Boy Advance into tinier systems; and in Dr. Crygor's story wherein he celebrates the completion of his new Gravitator. It is also seen in the game's epilogue when Wario-Man plummets from outer space into the ocean.

In WarioWare: Touched!, the lab can be seen in the beginning of Dr. Crygor's stage, before lightning transitions the scene to Dr. Crygor laughing at the completion of his Tri-phonic Undulating Nanobot Automaton. It can also be seen in the epilogue movie when an upgraded Dr. Crygor uses his jetpack to blast off into outer space.

The lab makes a short appearance in the intro of WarioWare: D.I.Y.. At the lab, Dr. Crygor, in his nightmare, is shown playing video games on his Wii. It is also the place where Dr. Crygor and Penny contribute to the making of the MakerMatics.

In the intro of the Design minigame in Game & Wario, the entire lab can be seen before Dr. Crygor wakes up in his bed. The lab also has a bathroom featuring a toilet with a shower head, and a stockpile of toilet paper rolls. Underneath the toilet is a series of pipes leading Dr. Crygor to an underground room which has nearly the same layout as his lab's interior in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!.

Dr. Crygor's Lab reappears in WarioWare Gold, where it is found at the end of Dr. Crygor's set of microgames. It is where Dr. Crygor brings the maid robot Doris 1 from the Agate Forest, in order for her to not be abandoned.


Dr. Crygor's Lab is an expansive laboratory sitting atop a flat yet tall, isolated piece of land. The lab is surrounded with large leaves, and an enlarged red hibiscus flower decorates it. The entrance to the lab is a yellow, rectangular tunnel that leads to one of the cube-shaped yellow structures, namely the smaller building. The larger yellow structure has television antennae strapped into its roof. Behind the yellow structures is a tall, brown structure with a circular window, and projections sticking out from each side.

The main interior of the lab as seen in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! is accented with pink and blue, and has a glass stasis tube at the center. In front of the tube is a desk with laboratory equipment. Notably, this interior is symmetrical; the control panels are at both the left and right sides of this room. Behind the stasis tube are three intersecting metal pipes. The hallway leading to the restroom has three wall clocks, each having four hands, and a blue door with a mens' restroom sign. In WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!, the interior of the room with the toilet is colored gray, and has laboratory equipment.

WarioWare: Twisted! has the lab's interior vastly changed. The interior there has a black-and-white checkered floor, and a black wall with green straight lines. There is a stairway leading to the exit, which is a red door. An oval-shaped control panel with buttons of varying color, and a colorful clock with numbers of varying size, can be seen on the wall. In the game's and Dr. Crygor's opening movies, the lab has a table with lab equipment; but in Wario-Man's story, the equipment is replaced with a conveyor belt leading various objects to the Gravitator. In WarioWare: Touched!, the room containing the Tri-phonic Undulating Nanobot Automaton has a purple wall, and light-blue square floor tiles.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クライゴアの研究所[1] (Mega Microgame$!)
Kuraigoa no Kenkyūjo
Dr.クライゴアの けんきゅうじょ (Twisted!) / Dr.クライゴアのけんきゅうじょ (Touched!)
Dokutā Kuraigoa no Kenkyūjo
Crygor's Lab

Dr. Crygor's Lab
Chinese 克莱格实验室[2] (Mega Microgame$!)
Kèláigé Shíyànshì
克莱格博士的实验室[3] (Touched!)
Kèláigé-bóshì de Shíyànshì
Crygor Lab

Dr. Crygor's Lab
French Laboratoire du Dr. Crygor Dr. Crygor's Lab
Italian Laboratorio del Dr. Crygor Dr. Crygor's Lab
Korean Dr.크라이고어의 연구소
Dr. Keuraigo'eo-ui Yeonguso
Spanish Laboratorio Crygor Crygor Laboratory


  1. ^ Made in Wario instruction booklet, page 7.
  2. ^ From the opening scene of Dr. Crygor in iQue's localization of WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!.
  3. ^ From the opening scene of Dr. Crygor in iQue's localization of WarioWare: Touched!.