Super Nostalgic Entertainment System
|Super Nostalgic Entertainment System|
|Appears in||WarioWare: Smooth Moves|
|Type||9-Volt & 18-Volt|
|Info||"It's been a while since I booted up my SNES. Let's see if I remember how it goes... 1991: SNES"|
|Music track||Super Mario Bros. 10 Coins|
Super Nostalgic Entertainment System is one of 9-Volt & 18-Volt's microgames in WarioWare: Smooth Moves. The North American and PAL versions use a first-model SNES (even though the PAL SNES was based on the Japanese Super Famicom), while the Japanese version uses a Famicom and hence called Family Computer (the full version of the console's name). The microgame's name is a play on "Super Nintendo Entertainment System" as both can be abbreviated as "SNES".
The player must insert a cartridge into the console, with the challenge stemming from the fact that the cartridge is moving around. Possible game cartridges include Super Mario World (using the single-line logo), Wario's Woods, Mario Paint, Pilotwings, Super Punch-Out!!, and Super Metroid.
- Level 1: The cartridge moves left and right above the console.
- Level 2: The cartridge is spinning in a circle above the console slot. It must be inserted when it is turned the proper way.
- Level 3: The cartridge is nowhere to be found, but eventually quickly flies above the console from off-screen.
Names in other languages
- In the Japanese version, the cartridge can be Super Mario Bros., Tennis, Duck Hunt, Clu Clu Land, Devil World, or Urban Champion.
- The ground theme of Super Mario Bros. is used as background music in all versions.