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|Appears in||WarioWare: D.I.Y.|
|Info||"In fencing, you score 'touches.'" (D.I.Y.)|
"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!" (Gold)
|Controls|| – Attack (D.I.Y.)|
– Guard (Gold)
|Points to clear||20|
Off-Fence is one of Jimmy T's microgames in WarioWare: D.I.Y. and WarioWare Gold. Its name is a pun on the word "offense".
The game is based on the sport of fencing. The player plays as the fencer on the left.
The point of the game is to land a hit with the épée. However, the foe also tries to land a hit on the player's person. The foe can also block the attack. If the player lands a hit on the opponent, the game is won. However, if the opponent lands a hit or time runs out, the game ends in a loss.
The object of the game has changed to blocking the opponent's attacks. To do so, the player must press up and down on the to raise or lower their sword when appropriate.
- 1st level difficulty: The opponent attacks twice.
- 2nd level difficulty: The opponent fakes some attacks, then attacks once.
- 3rd level difficulty: Either the opponent attacks once, and a sword comes flying from the right toward the player's face, or two swords are thrown and the opponent does not attack.
Names in other languages
|Spanish||¡En guardia!||En garde!|