Just My Type

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Just My Type
Just My Type
Appears in WarioWare: Move It!
Type Dribble & Spitz
Command(s) Type!
Info "Press the buttons on the Form Stones to type the words. There are six buttons in total between the left and right sides, but if you take your time and press them one by one, you'll do fine." (1 player)
"Work together and press the buttons on the Form Stones to type the words. With this many buttons, it can get pretty confusing, but good communication will make it a snap." (2 players)
Controls Joy-Con (L)SR Button – Left ring finger
Joy-Con (L)SL Button – Left index finger
L Button/ZL Button – Left thumb
Joy-Con (R)SL Button – Right ring finger
Joy-Con (R)SR Button – Right index finger
R Button/ZR Button – Right thumb
Form(s) Massage, Button Sign

Just My Type is one of Dribble & Spitz's microgames in WarioWare: Move It! Its name is based on a phrase describing someone or something that fits one's preference.


The shoulder and trigger buttons each correspond to a letter key on a keyboard, totalling six letters. The object is to type letters in the correct order to spell the word on the computer screen. The player is not penalized for typing the wrong letter, and must finish the word before time runs out.

  • Level 1: The player must use two different letters to spell a three-letter word. The room is orange with a cactus and a pencil cup. If successful, the objects jump.
  • Level 2: The player must use two or three different letters to spell a four-letter word. The room is green with a cactus and a picture of a baby. If successful, the cactus jumps and the baby giggles.
  • Level 3: The player must use three different letters to spell a five-letter word. The room is purple with a pencil cup and a picture of an old man. If successful, the pens jump and the old man laughs.

In multiplayer, the players each control a keyboard, and both shoulder buttons for each Joy-Con correspond to one letter key, totaling eight letters for the players. All words use three different letters, and the word spelled is 1 letter longer than in their single-player counterpart for each level.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タイピング

French Dactylo
Korean 타이핑

Spanish Mecanografía