Talk:Clawing for More
Split the two different versions of this microgame
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Why are these two clearly different microgames merged into this article? I mean, sure, they both make use of the Ultra Hand, but they otherwise have completely different objectives: Touched!'s version has the simple task of grabbing a ball, whereas Gold's version is a boss microgame, no less, and features the "complicated" task of grabbing some pelagic fish from a man's back pocket to feed to three different cats. This alone, I feel, is enough to warrant a split.
- Toadette the Achiever (talk) Per proposal.
- Waluigi Time (talk) Per proposal.
- FanOfYoshi (talk) Per proposal.
- Scrooge200 (talk) We split Wario Dance Company too.
- Niiue (talk) Per all.
- Obsessive Mario Fan (talk) Per all.
- Sdman213 (talk) Per all.
- Alex95 (talk) - Per all.
The Split proposal
Do you think Nintendo INTENDED to make them two separate micro-games. Many returning micro-games have differences. Remember, They did the same thing with Loot Scoot and Wario's Adventure (But Wario's Adventure is reversed) --Partier (talk) 14:24, May 11, 2020 (EDT)
- Clawing for More has many more differences than Loot Scoot and Wario's Adventure do across their separate versions. It's not whether or not Nintendo wanted them to be classified as different microgames; it's if they work better, from an organizational point of view, as separate articles, and the microgame's differences between versions makes this true. JoeRunner (talk and stuff) 17:08, May 11, 2020 (EDT)