Slime Science

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Slime Science
Slime Science
Appears in WarioWare: Move It!
Type Dribble & Spitz
Command(s) Suck it up!
Info "Let's do an experiment! Use the pipette to suck up the slime at the bottom of the flask. While holding the button, bring the tip of the pipette to the slime, and then release the button to suck it up. If the pipette won't reach, try tilting the flask to move the slime."
Controls L Button/ZL Button – Use the pipette (left-handed)
R Button/ZR Button – Use the pipette (right-handed)
Form(s) Knight, Button Sign

Slime Science is one of Dribble & Spitz's microgames in WarioWare: Move It!


The object of the game is to suck the slime inside the flask with the pipette. The player can use their non-dominant hand to move the flask to make them into reach of the pipette, controlled by their dominant hand, and use it to suck it. When the microgame is cleared, a different character is shown celebrating depending on the level of difficulty.

  • Level 1: The slime is blue with a masculine face inside a rather small flask. Victory reveals a kid celebrating.
  • Level 2: The slime is pink with a feminine face inside a larger flask. Victory reveals a scientist studying her research.
  • Level 3: The slime is yellow with a youthful face inside a V-shaped flask. Victory reveals a mad scientist with a lot of flasks.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Dans la pipette Into the pipette