User:Grandy02/WarioWare

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I created this page to have an overview what articles about the WarioWare series need to be created and to be rewritten/expanded. Microgames and other mini-games are excluded at the moment.

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Games

Major Characters

Other Characters

Recurring

One-Shot

Locations

Recurring

One-Shot

Objects

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Written Matter

Television

Microgame Characters

Officially named characters from microgames and recurring characters without proper names.

10px Conjectural name.
15px These characters also appeared in other crossover media (current information on them is either merged or doesn't exist), so there should be separate articles on them in order to avoid redundancy. Balloon Fighter, Balloon Fight Enemy and the (Wariofied) Sheriff deserve own articles anyway because they are important for two "full" mini-games.

Acrobat

Main article: Acrobat

The acrobats are humanoid white figures doing acrobatics and gymnastic exercises. They originate from Mario Paint and reappeared in the Mario Artist series. The acrobats also make some appearances in the microgames of WarioWare.

In WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!, an acrobat doing sit-ups hides inside the log in "I Came, I Saw" on the hardest difficulty. He becomes visible after the player saw through the log. In a similar way, an acrobat is in an apple in the WarioWare: Twisted! microgame "Red Delicious" and can be seen after the apple has been cut open on the highest level. In the same WarioWare title, an acrobat is used as the boomerang in "Boomerang!" on the third difficulty level.

Ayumi Tachibana

Ayumi Tachibana is a schoolgirl and the female main character of the Famicom Tantei Club series where she works as an assistent at a detective agency. She is seen in the microgame "Famicom Tantei Club" in WarioWare: Touched! in the pictures the player has to compare in order to find the difference. However, this microgame was replaced with the microgame "Metroid" in western versions of WarioWare: Touched!. Ayumi also appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a trophy.

Bald Bull

Bald Bull is a boxer from the Punch-Out!! series. He is a bald and sturdy man from Istanbul, Turkey. In WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Bald Bull is one of the boxers knocked out by Little Mac that the referee Mario has to count in the microgame "Punch-Out!!" on the hardest difficulty.

Balloon Fight Enemy

Main article: Balloon Fight Enemy

The Ballon Fight Enemies are the most common enemies in the Ballon Fight series. They are humanoid beings flying with balloons and wearing spiky masks to pop the Balloon Fighter's balloons. In WarioWare: Touched!, the player has to pop the enemies' balloons in the microgame "Balloon Fight". They reappear in WarioWare: Smooth Moves in the microgame "Balloon Fight" and in the mini-game "Balloon Trip", where they try to destroy the balloon of the Balloon Fighter controlled by the player, but can be defeated by touching their own balloons.

Boxer

The boxer in red shorts is the player's character in the boss stage "Punch Out" in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!. He has to defeat his opponents with several uppercuts, but is defeated self after three hits from the other boxers or immediately by one of their charged up punches. He can avoid the punches of his opponents. The boxer reappears twice in WarioWare: Touched!. On the third level, the microgame "Button Masher" is basically a simplified version of "Punch Out" where the boxer has to attack the opponent with quick uppercuts. On the hardest difficulty in "Famicom", the boxer has to blow away the opponent rather than punching him.

Dog

The dog is the player's companion in the game Duck Hunt. It flushes the ducks the player has to shoot and retrieves the shot birds. When not seen, the dog hides in the grass and pops up after the player shot. It either merrily holds the shot ducks or it laughs at the player when he or she missed. They dog has exactly the same role in the microgames "Duck Hunt" in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! and "Duck Hunt" in WarioWare: Twisted!.

Duck

Ducks are a bird species and the targets the player has to shoot in the game Duck Hunt. They appear after the player's dog has flushed them, flying on the screen. When shot, a duck falls down and the dog retrieves it. They have exactly the same role in the microgames "Duck Hunt" in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! and "Duck Hunt" in WarioWare: Twisted!. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, ducks appear as a trophy, while Super Smash Bros. Brawl features a sticker of a duck.

Fox McCloud

Main article: Fox McCloud

Fox McCloud is the main character of the Star Fox series. He is an anthropomorphic fox and the leader of the mercenary team Star Fox. In the microgame "Star Fox" in WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Fox and the other members of the Star Fox team give the Arwing-controlling player hints for playing. Fox appears as a playable character in all titles of the Super Smash Bros. series.

Glass Joe

Glass Joe is a boxer from the Punch-Out!! series. He is usually portrayed as one of the weakest boxers and comes from Paris, France. In WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Glass Joe is one of the boxers knocked out by Little Mac that the referee Mario has to count in the microgame "Punch-Out!!" on the first level.

Goma

Goma is a snail with a pink shell and the playable character in the microgame "Leafy Greens" in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!. It grows bigger when it eats leaves and has to pass a very simple platform level in order to get a leaf. Unlike ordinary snails, Goma is able to jump.

Nintenman

Nintenman is the playable character in the microgames "Classic Clash I", "II" and "III" in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!. His name is only given in the Japanese version. Nintenman's appearance is a parody on both Mario and superheroes, while his name comes from "Nintendo" and "man", a common suffix in superhero names. In the three microgames, he has to fight against his enemy who resembles Bowser. Nintenman must avoid his enemy's attacks, knock over him and destroy him with a charged beam in the three microgames, respectively.

Nintenman's enemy

The enemy of Nintenman appears in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! in the same microgames as the named character, "Classic Clash I", "II" and "III." While Nintenman resembles Mario, his enemy looks a like a deformed, more humanoid version of Bowser. In "Classic Clash I", the Bowser look-a-like attacks with fire and rolling stones, while in "Classic Clash II", he tries to knock over Nintenman. In the third microgame, he does nothing at all and gets destroyed by Nintenman's beam attack if the player succeed.

Shemum

Shemum are common enemies from the Kid Icarus series. They are weak winged snakes. In the microgame "Kid Icarus" in WarioWare: Twisted!, several Shemum appear on the second and third level. They just move on the ground and fall of ledges, but the player instantly loses the microgame when a Shemum touches Pit.

Ripper

Rippers are enemies from the Metroid series. They are mindless bettle-like creatures floating back and forth. In the microgame "Metroid-Samus" in WarioWare: Twisted!, Samus Aran has to shoot a slow-moving Ripper on the lowest difficulty level. It is destroyed after just one hit. Ironically, Rippers are indestructible in the original Metroid the microgame is based upon.

Von Kaiser

Von Kaiser is a boxer from the Punch-Out!! series. He is a militant mustached man from Berlin, Germany. In WarioWare: Smooth Moves, Von Kaiser is one of the boxers knocked out by Little Mac that the referee Mario has to count in the microgame "Punch-Out!!" on the middle difficulty level.

Zora

Zoras, also known as River Zoras or Zolas, are aquatic enemies from The Legend of Zelda series. In their common attack pattern, they stick their head beyond the water surface and shoot fireballs. In WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!, a single Zora appears on the third difficulty level in the microgame "The Legend of Zelda" where it acts the same as in the original The Legend of Zelda. It shoots fireballs at Link in order to hinder him from reaching the cave's entrance before the time runs out.

Japanese Names

WarioWare: Twisted!

Japanese English
ワリオ Wario
モナ Mona
ジミー Jimmy
カット Kat
アナ Ana
ドリブル Dribble
スピッツ Spitz
クライゴア Dr. Crygor
オービュロン Orbulon
ナインボルト 9-Volt
エイティーンボルト 18-Volt
アイドル ナオ コモリ The Yum Yums
モナーズ1ごう nothing (Mona's Elephant)
モナーズ2ごう nothing (Mona's Pig)
モナーズ3ごう nothing (Mona's Monkey)
ピザ ダイナソーズ Pizza Dinosaur
モナピザてんちょう ジョー Pizza Joe
ジミーパパ Papa T.
ジミーママ Mama T.
こまいぬぽんきち Shadow the Dog
はやぶさのハヤト Shuriken the Falcon
やまのかみさま ひでおう Diamond Troll
うちゅうじん クニャクニャーン Ocktor
ウチューうさぎ Alien Bunnies
スペースモンスター ガブリエル Space Monster Gabriel
ナインボルトのおかあさん ファイブワット 9-Volt's Mom, 5-Volt
ニュースキャスター ケン Anchorman Ken
わんぱくねずみ チュータロー Pip Squeak
おきゃくさん マツオカふさい Pizza Patrons
クラブサトーオーナー サトーさん Sugar
ダイヤモンドようちえんのみなさん Diamond City Kindergarten
ダイヤモンドしょうがっこうのみなさん Diamond City Elementary School