The player controls Pyoro using the Nintendo DS stylus in a garden, which he protects, as there are four flowers which seem to be a target for enemies, insects. The player must stretch Pyoro's tail by tapping and dragging it back, aim by moving the stylus, and release to launch his tongue to grab enemies and items. Each enemy is worth 10 points. If Pyoro grabs multiple enemies in a row, the player will earn multiple points. If Pyoro grabs a giant circular enemy, the player must draw a circle shape with the stylus for Pyoro to manage to swallow the enemy. If an insect touches a flower, the flower will wilt and turn grey. If Pyoro grabs a star, the star will revive one of the garden's flowers.
When all of the garden's flowers have wilted, the game ends.
Names in other languages
- The music for this minigame is the same as the one heard when the player must insert the 36-Volt Man game disc into the Nintendo GameCube in 9-Volt and 18-Volt's opening cutscene.
- From iQue's localization of WarioWare: Touched!.