|Appears in||WarioWare: Twisted!|
|Command||Turn it up!|
|Info||"I'm a dancing machine!"|
|Controls|| – Wave|
|Points to clear||5|
Wario Mambo is Wario-Man's boss microgame in WarioWare: Twisted!. It is also the final boss microgame in the game.
In this game, a person resembling Wario is seen dancing with two women holding Game Boy-looking consoles in the background. The game's purpose is to memorize the ladies' moves and make the Wario-looking person perform them. There are always six move sequences to perform in every level. The player also has to follow the rhythm exactly to continue until the end. If this is done, the Wario-looking person and the ladies will form a pose with gray light shining on them and the player wins. The player must start performing as soon as the countdown reaches "1" ("Go!" in the Japanese version). However, if the player misses one single move, text saying "No!" appears, a crowd's booing will be heard, the Wario-looking person frowns along with the ladies shaking their heads, and the player loses. Also, the spotlight on the Wario-looking person darkens after a short period of time. Some of the move sequences for levels 2 and 3 in the Japanese version differ from the English version.
- 1st level difficulty: The "Wario de Mambo" theme is instrumental. There are a few moves and a speed-up happens after the first three move sequences.
- 2nd level difficulty: The "Wario de Mambo" theme is sung. There are more moves to perform and speed-ups happen every two move sequences. Also, there are more pauses in the moves.
- 3rd level difficulty: Same as Level 2, but there are even more moves.
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