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This article is about the minigame in Game & Wario. For the stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, see Gamer (stage).
Gamer.
Gamer title screen

Gamer is 9-Volt and 18-Volt's minigame in Game & Wario. The minigame is played using GamePad's buttons. Gamer returns in WarioWare Gold as a stage in Challenge Mode, this time under the name Sneaky Gamer; the microgame Mole also reappears in the game.

A stage based on the minigame, also called Gamer, makes an appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, featuring 5-Volt as a stage hazard.

Story[edit]

9-Volt and 18-Volt play a game on their new console, competing to find out who gets the high score in the game. 9-Volt wins and beats 18-Volt's score, causing the latter to throw a tantrum while the former celebrates, but then 5-Volt takes the console from them and tells them to do their homework. After 9-Volt and 18-Volt do so, 5-Volt gives the console back, and 9-Volt is surprised to discover 5-Volt had beaten both of their scores by a wide margin.

Gameplay[edit]

There are two modes in the minigame. Both involve the characters playing a modified version of Balloon Fight containing microgames, called Balloon Fighter.

9-Volt[edit]

9-Volt playing on his console

In this mode, the player must help 9-Volt win enough microgames to beat 5-Volt's high score and avoid letting 5-Volt discover that he is playing past his bedtime. She constantly looks into his bedroom to see if he is sleeping, forcing the player to hide and pause the game. The Wakey Meter displays the amount of time 9-Volt can stay awake;[1] hiding with good timing (indicated by "Great!!") prevents any meter loss, and in Endless Mode, doing so restores a small portion (+3) of the meter. The game ends if the player fails to hide their game from 5-Volt, the Wakey Meter runs out, or they lose all lives (indicated by chance balloons).

The game over screen of Gamer (9-Volt asleep).
The Game Over screen, if 9-Volt falls asleep

5-Volt opens the door and looks into the room, which is signaled by the sound of her footsteps and the door handle jiggling. She may also walk by the window and open the second half that she stops by (signaled by a scare chord), or even pop out from the TV, signaled by the static display of it. If the player receives at least 1,000 points on Level 1, 2, or 3, they achieve Gamer status; if they score at least 30 points in the Endless level, they also achieve Gamer status. Achieving Gamer status rewards the player with a coin for the Cluck-A-Pop.

Levels[edit]

  • Level 1: There are only a few distractions.
    • A cat quickly opens the door instead of 5-Volt; in Sneaky Gamer, Fronk may do so as well.
    • 5-Volt may hum the Underground Theme or the Ground Theme from Super Mario Bros. and then suddenly open the door.
    • 5-Volt may also stop without opening the window and then walk away.
    • A shadow puppet may appear on the television screen.
    • The television displays a shadow hand puppet, or turns on to show a static display for a brief time, then turns off.
    • The door opens just a bit by itself.
  • Level 2: 5-Volt gains a few more techniques, and more distractions are added.
    • An old man with a wig walks by 9-Volt's window and opens it; the wig is loose and falls off beforehand.
    • 5-Volt may open the door three times in a row, with the last time possibly being the cat instead.
    • 5-Volt can also fake the player out by opening the window to check 9-Volt and walking offscreen past the window, then walking back and opening it again.
    • The television turns on and cycles through up to three different programs, with 5-Volt possibly coming out from the last of them to try to catch 9-Volt.
    • The television turns on and shows some SMPTE color bars for a brief time, then turns off.
    • 5-Volt either walks near 9-Volt's window like normal or else walks faster—only to suddenly break through it, giving the player less time to hide.
    • 5-Volt may walk by the window and slowly sink down—then, either she comes up and opens the window, or a pair of upside-down legs appears and moves away.
  • Level 3: There are many more scenarios to look out for.
    • When 5-Volt walks by 9-Volt's window, she may bump into the wig-wearing old man, who then opens the window (or vice versa).
    • 5-Volt can jump out of the television and stay in 9-Volt's room after certain attempts to catch him; a tense score plays when she is keeping her eyes on him. She may sit down and watch television for a brief period of time, then turn off the television, look back at 9-Volt, and walk to the door, with the cat opening the door for her. Should the television flip to a test pattern, she becomes restless and rushes over to his bed, trying to catch him in the act. Eventually, she runs back to her initial spot to watch television for a little while longer; once she turns it off, she watches 9-Volt intently as she leaves, with the cat opening the door for her.
    • In Sneaky Gamer, Mr. Sparkles can appear on the television screen.
    • In Sneaky Gamer, 5-Volt can appear by lifting up the table with the television; this is indicated by the entire table shaking before it is lifted to reveal her or Mr. Sparkles. The table may also shake and stop without being lifted.
    • In Sneaky Gamer, 5-Volt's handprints may also appear at the window before she opens it, hanging upside down, in an attempt to catch 9-Volt awake.
  • Endless: This level is at the same difficulty as Level 3 and uses the same set of 5-Volt appearances and distractions, along with several new ones; the level continues until the game ends under any condition.
    • After the television switches through two channels, a cat may pop out of the television before running back in.
    • 5-Volt may change her walking speed while going by the window outside, including when she doubles back to open it.
    • 5-Volt often opens the window multiple times in the same pass, accompanied by a scare chord when she runs to the window; like with the door, the last time it is opened, the player may see the wig-wearing old man instead.
    • After 5-Volt moves from the television and tries to catch 9-Volt on his bed, she may fall asleep; the player can see a snot bubble appear when she does, though she can wake up suddenly. Once awake, she may jump outside through the window; in Sneaky Gamer, she instead runs back to her initial sitting spot, with her movement pattern proceeding as usual.
    • In Sneaky Gamer, 5-Volt may slowly open the door to catch 9-Volt.
    • In Sneaky Gamer, a scare chord may play rarely, followed by 5-Volt jumping into the room through the window; she then uses the same set of techniques to catch 9-Volt as when she jumps out of the television.
    • A Cluck-A-Pop coin may drop onto the console and appear in a microgame, and the player can claim the coin by tapping it.

Game & Wario hint cards[edit]

The icon for Hint Card 21
The design of the hint cards

These are the minigame's hint cards:

North American version[edit]
  • Gamer 1: "Impostor Alert – This is almost too obvious to mention, but I've only got one mom. If you see two of them, try to figure out which one is fake!"
  • Gamer 1: "Hone Your Skills – If you want to practice up before facing 9-Volt's mom, c'mon over to my pad or play the CLUCK-A-POP BALLOON FIGHTER games."
  • Gamer 1: "A GREAT Way to Regain Energy – When playing my Endless mode, I'll regain some energy if you hide with GREAT timing!"
  • Gamer 1: "Scoring Tokens in GAMER – Tokens will sometimes appear on GamePad during my Endless mode! Keep an eye out, and if you see one, tap it. Score!"
European version if differing[edit]
  • Gamer 1: "Imposter Alert – This is almost too obvious to mention, but I've only got one mum. If you see two of them, try to figure out which one is fake!"
  • Gamer 2: "Hone Your Skills – If you want to practise before facing 9-Volt's mum, c'mon over to my pad or play the CHICK-N-WIN BALLOON FIGHTER games."
  • Gamer 4: "Scoring Tokens in GAMER – Tokens will sometime appear on GamePad screen[sic] during my Endless mode! Keep an eye out, and if you see one, tap it. Score!"

18-Volt[edit]

In this mode, 18-Volt is playing the console. This mode is very similar to other WarioWare games, with three difficulty levels for microgames, and ends only when the player loses all four chance balloons. After the player beats the boss microgame, various intermission cutscenes play. The time of day also progresses. The cutscenes include:

  • 18-Volt eating a handful of popcorn (first time).
  • 18-Volt watching a running person pass by (second time).
  • An automobile driving by (day and evening only).
  • A person walking with four cats following them (night only).

There is a rare chance that 5-Volt appears from behind a bush to give the player a scare; after a few seconds, she walks away. In the next intermission, she walks in front of her home.[2]

Levels[edit]

  • Normal: If the player scores 40 points or more, they achieve Gamer status.
  • Ultra Speed: From the beginning, the games go very fast. If the player scores 20 points or more, they achieve Gamer status.
  • Hardcore: At the start, the player begins with only one chance balloon and all microgames are set to their hardest difficulty. If the player scores 10 points or more, they achieve Gamer status.

Rewards[edit]

These scores are based on Levels 1–3 only. Scores for other modes are based on microgames encountered. Only microgames completed count; a microgame interrupted partway by a Game Over does not count.

  • Each point remaining on Wakey Meter: 10 points
  • Lives remaining: 100 points

Thus, the highest possible score is 1,400 (with four lives remaining and a full Wakey Meter), while the lowest is 110 (one life remaining and a nearly empty meter).

Microgames[edit]

Game & Wario[edit]

Each of these microgames can be played individually without facing any threats from 5-Volt by obtaining them from the Cluck-A-Pop machine. They are represented by orange capsules and take up spots 59–80 in the capsule collection. Two microgames, Gold Digger and Sole Man, return from previous WarioWare games.

All microgames that support +Control Pad also support the Left Stick stick.

Icon/Name Description Icon/Name Description
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Gold Digger.
Gold Digger
Everyone's favorite tried-and-true finger-in-the-nose game is back! But these honkers have got flair and originality! (A Button: Pick) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Sole Man.
Sole Man
Aaaah! We'll be squashed! Run away! Huh?! Some people like getting squashed... (+Control Pad left or right: Move)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Mole.
Mole
Count the moles, but that means the moles ONLY! Well, you might have to count other things once in a while... (+Control Pad up or down: Select A Button: Choose) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Break!.
Break!
Prepare to meet the world's most powerful finger! (A Button: Break)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Rollout.
Rollout
Roll the roller up and down to roll it out! Man, that's a lot of rolling... (+Control Pad up or down: Roll) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Spotlight.
Spotlight
All stars crave the spotlight. But staying in it can sure be tough! (+Control Pad: Move)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Super Fly Swatter.
Super Fly Swatter
This just might be the world's biggest flyswatter. It's great for swatting multiple flies at once. It can even swat things that only look like flies! (+Control Pad: Move A Button: Swat) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Dinosaur.
Dinosaur
Move left and right at the correct time to escape! You can tell which way Mr. Dino is going to go by the way he's facing. But sometimes he'll fake you out... (+Control Pad left or right: Escape)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Eye Exam.
Eye Exam
Can you see this? Show me which direction it's facing. The nurse will occasionally pop in to help. Oh, and one more thing: our clinic is really popular these days. We apologize for all the people moving about. (+Control Pad/A Button: Answer) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Ball (G&W).
Ball (G&W)
This is the G&W Ball, which Nintendo used to sell a looong time ago. Oh, G&W doesn't stand for GAME & WARIO. It stands for GAME & WATCH! (+Control Pad left or right: Move hands)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Samurai Slice.
Samurai Slice
The wandering samurai from Rhythm Heaven has a part-time job at a fish factory?! Time the rhythm and get those fish sliced! (A Button: Slice) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Matryoshka.
Matryoshka
Just take them apart! Or put them back together! (A Button: Take apart/Put together)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Fake Out.
Fake Out
There's really not much difference between a fake and the real thing. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, after all. It goes without saying, therefore, that this game may not be what it seems. (A Button: Touch/Poke/Take apart) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Dachshund.
Dachshund
Why didn't we call this game Wiener Dog? My boss told me not to... (A Button: Eat)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Bananas.
Bananas
Why are there banana peels everywhere?! It's driving me bananas! (A Button: Jump) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Fish.
Fish
Swim and eat. That's it! Oh, and watch out for fishing lures and bigger fish! (+Control Pad: Move)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Loose Tooth.
Loose Tooth
More like loose teeth! They're all falling out! Find a healthy one as fast as you can. (+Control Pad left or right: Move A Button: Jump) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Allergy Attack.
Allergy Attack
My nighttime allergies are really acting up again! Surely a fronk will cure what's ailing me. (+Control Pad left or right: Move)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Transform!.
Transform!
Bad guys? A damsel in distress?! A hero is you! (+Control Pad/A Button: Transform) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Homeward.
Homeward
You'd think I could remember the way home. Nope! (+Control Pad left or right: Select A Button: Choose)
The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Record Guy.
Record Guy
Trust me—everyone finds this guy annoying. Flick him out of here, would ya? He's enjoying that record way too much. (A Button: Flick) The icon for BALLOON FIGHTER: Windbag.
BOSS: Windbag
Put a cork in it! That's really all there is to it. Oh, and watch out for the spiky balls falling from above and fish jumping from below! (+Control Pad left or right: Move)

WarioWare Gold[edit]

All of the microgames featured in the WarioWare Gold version of Gamer use the "Mash" control scheme. Gold Digger and Mole also return from Game & Wario.

Image/Name Description Host Image/Name Description Host
SuperWarioBros WarioWareGold.png
Super Wario Bros.
"Control a super version of me, and smash those Goombas out of my stomping grounds!" Artwork of Wario for WarioWare Gold
Wario
BodyBlock WarioWareGold.png
Body Block
"Use your body to keep this ball bouncin'. And, hey–don't let it fall!" Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
MunchaBunch WarioWareGold.png
Munch a Bunch
"I'm pretty sure this strange turtle'll eat anything you put in front of it. The question is can he chomp it all before time runs out?" Artwork of Dribble for WarioWare GoldArtwork of Spitz for WarioWare Gold
Dribble & Spitz
GoalinOne WarioWareGold.png
Goal in One
"Gettin' past this goalie is all about direction and power. Mess up the timing, and your kick could be as sad as an empty dance floor." Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
WarioWhirled WarioWareGold.png
Wario Whirled
"Waaah! I'm spiiiinnning! I'm spiiiinnning! You gotta stop me at the right time!" Artwork of Wario for WarioWare Gold
Wario
OffFence WarioWareGold.png
Off-Fence
"Now you gotta move that sword up and down to block an enemy's attack. Well that's not groovy... They're not alone! Look out!" Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
CloseCall WarioWareGold.png
Close Call
"As the umpire of this tennis game, it's your job to determine on which side of the line the ball bounced. And if you see something other than a ball, well then...that's just your imagination!" Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
WWG Mole.png
Mole
"Moles are more than dots–they're marks of beauty. Count how many you see!" Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
WWG Gold Digger.png
Gold Digger
"Noses are meant to be picked! Don't hesitate–stick those fingers right up those nostrils!" Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
WWG Down & Outie.png
Down & Outie
"HEY! Did this shirt shrink in the wash?! I don't want my belly getting chilly! Don't pull it too far down, or you'll owe me a new shirt!" Wario Deluxe and Lulu sprite for WarioWare Gold
Wario Deluxe
WWG Sloppy Salon.png
Sloppy Salon
"Give your customers the cut they want! If you go overboard, they won't be too happy." Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
Rugby WarioWareGold.png
Rugby
"The game's almost over. This is your one last shot. Catch the ball or the other team wins...and you feel like it's all your fault. Now go long, bro!" Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
WWG Tip the Scale.png
Tip the Scale
"Which is heavier–the left side or the right? Once you've made your choice, press the corresponding direction." Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
WWG Mug Shot.png
Mug Shot
"If you think you're so cool, watch this! I'll catch the next drink that slides down the counter." Wario Deluxe and Lulu sprite for WarioWare Gold
Wario Deluxe
ExtremePattyCake WarioWareGold.png
Extreme Patty-Cake
"Let's go mano a mano, yo! When your opponent puts out his hands, that's your chance! He's not going down? Then try again!" Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
WWG Electric Groove Fish.png
Electric Groove Fish
"It's a blackout! The only way to restore power to the town is by sending it electricity via that flashy fish in the ocean." Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
WWG Cavity Calamity.png
Cavity Calamity
"Save the helpless tooth-rotting germ by finding it a nice place to hide! Huh... This seems counterintuitive." Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
CoverUp WarioWareGold.png
Cover Up
"Roll the egg toward its mama to warm it up! Aw, shucks. Life is tough for these little guys before they're even born." Artwork of Dribble for WarioWare GoldArtwork of Spitz for WarioWare Gold
Dribble & Spitz
WWG The Brush Off.png
The Brush Off
"Oh my! Those teeth are all black! Move the toothbrush right and left. Let's make those teeth shine!" Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
OcarinaofTime WarioWareGold.png
Ocarina of Time
"Link has arrived at the Temple of Time! Now he must pull out the Master Sword and continue his adventure. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was released for the Nintendo 64 in 1998." Artwork of 5-Volt for WarioWare Gold
5-Volt
WWG Yoshi's Island.png
Yoshi's Island
"Oh no! Baby Mario is floating away! Help Yoshi rescue him! Hold down A Button, and Yoshi will flutter-jump in the air. Yoshi's Island was released for the SNES in 1995." Artwork of 5-Volt for WarioWare Gold
5-Volt
GameWatchManhole WarioWareGold.png
Game & Watch: Manhole
"This street looks a little dangerous! Move the manhole cover so the pedestrians don't fall. Game & Watch: Manhole was released in 1981." Artwork of 5-Volt for WarioWare Gold
5-Volt
DiddlySquat WarioWareGold.png
Diddly Squat
"Get those legs in dancin' shape by doin' some squats! I promise all your hard work'll pay off in the end!" Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T
GravitationalPull WarioWareGold.png
Gravitational Pull
"Uh-oh! That astronaut's spinning out of control. You gotta save him! Time your rescue attempt perfectly to bring him back to safety." Artwork of Dribble for WarioWare GoldArtwork of Spitz for WarioWare Gold
Dribble & Spitz
Right of Way WWG.png
Right of Way
"Sidewalks can be surprisingly precarious! Watch where you're going, and dodge whatever comes your way." Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
HoverforCover WarioWareGold.png
Hover for Cover
"The princess in her bamboo rocket needs help! You gotta use the jets to help her stay afloat and avoid the meteors." Artwork of Dribble for WarioWare GoldArtwork of Spitz for WarioWare Gold
Dribble & Spitz
WWG No Solicitors.png
No Solicitors
"Hey! Who does this guy think he is?! Send him packing!" Artwork of Wario for WarioWare Gold
Wario
EyeSpy WarioWareGold.png
Eye Spy
"A bunch of wide-eyed Warios are hanging out in the dark. The question is, how many of 'em are there?" Artwork of Wario for WarioWare Gold
Wario
ArrowSpace WarioWareGold.png
Arrow Space
"Ack! You're cornered! Dodge all the arrows! And the falling walls! Stay COOOOOOOOOL!" Artwork of Dribble for WarioWare GoldArtwork of Spitz for WarioWare Gold
Dribble & Spitz
WWG Bug Birdie.png
Bug Birdie
"I woke up this morning in bug form! It bothered me at first, but then I realized I could roll these stinky balls into a hole. Worth it." Wario Deluxe and Lulu sprite for WarioWare Gold
Wario Deluxe
WWG Worm Squirm.png
Worm Squirm
"Wow! These worms know how to party. But look–one of them is thirsty! Help it find the puddle!" Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
WordUp WarioWareGold.png
Word Up
"Shoot the ? to make a word! Don't ya wish writing was always this easy?" Artwork of Dribble for WarioWare GoldArtwork of Spitz for WarioWare Gold
Dribble & Spitz
WWG Nail Call.png
LV 1 BOSS: Nail Call
"Pound in the nail from directly above! If you make a mistake, straighten it out by hitting the nail from the other side. And hurry up–the guy holding the nail is kind of impatient." Artwork of Mona for WarioWare Gold.
Mona
OneHitWonder WarioWareGold.png
LV 2 BOSS: One Hit Wonder
"Take a swing, and hit the balls the Ultra Machine tosses your way. Be sure to watch out for that changeup! The Ultra Machine was a batting machine for home use that electronically fired table tennis balls. It was released in Japan in 1968." Artwork of 5-Volt for WarioWare Gold
5-Volt
PunchOut WarioWareGold.png
LV 3 BOSS: Punch Out
"First you gotta dodge your opponent's attacks left or right, and then you gotta throw some punches, yo! If one of those dudes starts to flash, that's when you gotta start lookin' out for his special blow." Artwork of Jimmy T for WarioWare Gold
Jimmy T

Controls[edit]

Game & Wario[edit]

  • +Control Pad / A Button: Do microgame actions
  • ZL Button / L Button + ZR Button / R Button: Hide game

WarioWare Gold[edit]

  • +Control Pad / A Button: Do microgame actions
  • L Button + R Button: Hide game

Description[edit]

Game & Wario[edit]

"I'm 9-Volt! Can you play video games AND avoid my mom's evil stare? I made this game to show everyone how annoying she is!"

Hi, I'm 9-Volt! I just got the new super-popular portable game BALLOON FIGHTER! I'm kinda bummed right now because my mom beat my high score, so I'm staying up past my bedtime to get it back! She keeps coming by to check on me, though, so I have to pretend to be asleep...which is actually making me kinda sleepy.

I'm determined to beat the boss today. When my mom comes by, hide the system, OK? I never cause trouble, so she won't check on me too...I don't think. (Score 1000+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

My mom's been coming by more often lately. I think she knows I'm being sneaky and staying up to play games. But that won't stop me. I have to beat a really hard boss today! (Score 1000+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

I really wanna beat the final boss tonight! But my mom's getting pretty crazy about checking on me... I wish she'd be cool and just leave me alone! (Score 1000+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

I think I've figured out my mom's patrol pattern, so tonight I'm gonna stay up all night! If I'm really good at hiding, I'll barely lose any energy. (Score 30+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

18-Volt here! I'm 9-Volt's best friend. My mom's always out, so I can play video games whenever I want. I'm really into BALLOON FIGHTER right now. Ever heard of it?

This is the hit game BALLOON FIGHTER! 9-Volt's mom is super strict, so it's hard for him to get very far. He should just come over here to play! (Score 40+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

This version of BALLOON FIGHTER is fast right from the start and super hard. It'll really get your adrenaline pumping! (Score 20+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

The Hardcore version of BALLOON FIGHTER is only for advanced players. The game speed is normal, but if you make a single mistake, it's game over! (Score 10+ points to achieve Gamer status!)

WarioWare Gold[edit]

Hey, you guys! 9-Volt here! I love to play games right before I go to bed. Too bad my mom doesn't approve. Could you keep watch for me? Controls: Mash

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲーマー (Game & Wario)
Gēma
こっそりゲーマー (Gold)
Kossori Gēmā
Gamer

Stealthy Gamer

French Gamer (Game & Wario)
Gamer furtif (Gold)
-
Stealthy gamer
Spanish Gamer (Game & Wario)
A escondidas (Gold)
-
On the quiet

Trivia[edit]

  • In Gamer, a Virtual Boy can be seen next to the television; Sneaky Gamer replaces it with a Wii U.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "If 9-Volt pretends to sleep when 5-Volt's not around, you'll drain your Wakey Meter. When the Wakey Meter reaches 0, 9-Volt falls asleep for real, and you lose the game!" – WarioWare Gold instructions for Sneaky Gamer
  2. ^ arronmunroe (August 14, 2018). Game & Wario: Gamer: 9-Volt and 18-Volt All Stages 60fps. YouTube. Retrieved January 16, 2021.