Rubber Stamp

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Rubber Stamp
Rubber Stamp
Appears in WarioWare: Move It!
Type Volcano Wario
Command(s) Stamp postcards! (1 player)
Pass! (2 players, Level 1)
Sort! (2 players, Levels 2 and 3)
Keep stamping! (Megagame Muscles)
Info "Stamp these postcards! Don't go too fast and stamp the desk. And don't get ink on my bacon!" (1 player)
"Stamp these postcards! Don't go too fast and stamp the desk. Hey, you! Keep those postcards comin'! And if you see bacon, put it over there. That's my special bacon tray." (2 players)
Controls Joy-Con
Form(s) "Knight" (1 player)
"Gift Giver" (2 players)

Rubber Stamp is one of Volcano Wario's microgames in WarioWare: Move It! This microgame shares its music with Memory Match.


The player must stamp all five postcards passed to them. If successful, the postcards grow legs and walk away, and the people applaud. If the player stamps the table or bacon, the worker points at them and they lose.

  • Level 1: There is no bacon.
  • Level 2: There is one piece of bacon along with the postcards.
  • Level 3: There are two pieces of bacon along with the postcards.

In multiplayer, one player controls the stamper (using the Knight Form), while another controls the passer (using the Gift Giver Form), who must sort the postcards and bacon by giving the stamper the postcards and moving the bacon to the green tray. Levels 2 and 3 also feature four postcards instead of five. If the passer moves a postcard onto the tray in Levels 2 or 3, the players lose.

In the megagame version of this microgame in Megagame Muscles, there is a stack of forty postcards and no bacon. Additionally, the microgame is not lost by stamping the table. The command is changed to "Keep stamping!" and 17 muscle is gained for successfully stamping each postcard, making the maximum possible muscle gained in the microgame 680.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゆうびんきょくいん
Yūbin Kyoku In
Mail clerk
French Le tamponneur The stamper