Long Lost Love

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Long Lost Love
Maze Daze.png
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
LongLostLove WarioWareGold.png
WarioWare Gold
Appears in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
WarioWare Gold
Type IQ (Mega Microgame$!)
Dribble & Spitz (Gold)
Command(s) Navigate! (Mega Microgame$!)
Reunite! (Gold)
Info "Find your way through the maze! Use the molecule transferring units as pathways when needed!" (Mega Microgame$!)
"Unite these two lovebirds so they can fly up into space together. You don't want to stand in the way of true love, do ya?" (Gold)
Controls +Control Pad/+Control Pad/+Control Pad – Move
Points to clear 15

Long Lost Love is a microgame found in the IQ folder in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! (where it was originally known as Maze Daze), and later in Dribble & Spitz's set in WarioWare Gold.


The objective of the game is to get the ballerina over to her partner by using the warp zone to get through the maze.

  • 1st level difficulty: There are no portals in the maze.
  • 2nd level difficulty: There is one portal in the maze.
  • 3rd level difficulty: There are two portals in the maze.

In WarioWare Gold, the characters are a princess and a prince (named Long-Lost Love and Distant Darling, respectively, in the Wario Kard mode), recurring characters in the game who also appear in Rocky Reunion, Tearful Reunion, Love Tester and Hookin' Up. If they meet each other, they fly away in a rocket and a constellation representing both characters fills the screen.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese めいろ (Mega Microgame$!)
めいろでさいかい (Gold)
Meiro de Saikai


Reunion in the Maze

Chinese 迷宫脱险
Mígōng tuōxiǎn
Maze Escape

French Amour égaré
Lost love
Italian Labirinto
Spanish (NOA) Mi amor perdido
My lost love


A microgame from Mario Artist: Polygon Studio
MAZE in Mario Artist: Polygon Studio.
  • The minigame MAZE from Mario Artist: Polygon Studio serves as a direct precursor and inspiration to what would eventually become the Maze Daze microgame.