....no. It's a Mario game. - Ultimatetoad
I think it's both, as Wario is the titular character. -- Son of Suns
Name of enemies
Could someone list all of the names of the minor enemies from the game, please? Thanks in advance.--Spark 06:03, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
- It was something considered to be an April Fools joke. Why are you signing your comment thrice? - Cobold (talk · contribs) 14:08, 22 March 2008 (EDT)
I keep finding two different stroies to this game. One has Wario using his monsters to take over the woods, the other has Wario already owning the woods and planning to use his monsters to attack the Mushroom Kingdom. Did the two versions of the game have different stories? --AgentCH 14:58, 26 July 2008 (EDT)
Can we please link to them? Or just put sprites or artwork of them on the article? Superjustin 20:10, 22 January 2009 (EST)
Because it seems like most puzzle games in the US/Europe with familiar characters are localizations of Japanese games like Super Mario Bros. 2 is Yume Kojo: Doki Doki Panic in japan or Kirby's Avalanche is Super Puyo-Puyo, is this a localization of a Japanese game? Hello I am user ChillGuy.
I have been inactive for quite sometime, I have become much more mature than I had when I first joined this wiki, after being apart of Wikia for almost a year.
"Squeak" and "Fuzz" names switched?
The NES manual, Wii Virtual Console manual, and Wii U Virtual Console manual all have the names "Squeak" and "Fuzz" swapped compared to Mario Wiki. From what source did Mario Wiki find that Squeaks are the bear/sheep-like enemies and Fuzzes are the enemies with curly ears? I'd like to know because that source does not agree with any of the manuals for the NES version of the game.
The SNES manual has the Squeak, Spud, and Fuzz grouped together, so it's much more difficult to tell whether that manual agrees with the other 3 or if it agrees with Mario Wiki.
English names of NES Bosses
http://gamesdbase.com/Media/SYSTEM/Nintendo_NES/manual/Formated/Wario-s_Woods_-_1994_-_Nintendo.pdf (if the link is removed, search for "nes wario's woods manual pdf")
This is the NES version's manual. On page 15, it tells the English names of the bosses. "Akuman" is "Fauster", "De Buu" is "Boom", "Meidou" is "Mad", "Goura" is "Goro", "Dorago" is "Drago", and "Shiisa" is "Seizer".
Why did the entire wiki ignore or fail to notice the English names in the NES manual?
- Because not a lot of people own Wario's Woods for the NES.
KaBoom! 18:17, 7 November 2013 (EST)
English names not official?
The above topic mentions the English instruction manual which supposedly has the English names for the bosses, but they have been reverted back to their Japanese names. Was it a fake? Zakor1138 (talk) 16:46, 29 November 2014 (EST)
Extra Challenge Mode
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For the SNES version, there is a hidden Extra Challenge Mode. left + on the VS COM mode to activate. Should it be covered? If so, how? I ask because we have pages like Hard Mode. --Wildgoosespeeder (talk) (Stats - Contribs) 01:49, 8 July 2016 (EDT)
- I don't see why it can't be mentioned in Hard Mode. It now has information for Super Mario Bros., Yoshi's Safari and Luigi's Mansion -- even if their hard modes don't explicitly name it as such (especially the latter's Hidden Mansion). --Zootalo (talk) 01:54, 8 July 2016 (EDT)