Jump Forever

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Jump Forever
WWMinigame JumpForever2.png
Appears in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
Type 1 player minigame (Mega Microgame$!)
2-4 player minigame (Mega Party Games$!)
Command(s) Ready? Go! (Mega Microgame$!)
Jump! (Mega Party Games$!)
Info "Got the fever for some jump rope? Excellent. Now get out there and jump!" (Mega Microgame$!)
Controls +Control Pad – Move left and right (Mega Microgame$!)
A Button/A Button – Jump
Initial record 50 (Mega Microgame$!)
0 (Mega Party Game$!)

Jump Forever is a minigame that appears in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! and WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!. In Mega Microgame$!, the game is unlocked after completing Jimmy T.'s first stage. In this minigame, Wario must jump a skipping rope. Every ten jumps make the rope go faster. After sixty jumps, it will go at random speeds. Eighty jumps will cause the characters holding the rope to move around, forcing Wario to center himself. From this point on, the game will alternate between these variations. The maximum attainable score is 999.

Upon unlocking this game, the stick figures from Jumpin' Rope will spin the rope and the level theme for Pinball Zone from Wario Land 4 is used as the default background music, albeit with a woodwind solo accompanying it. After beating Dribble & Spitz's stage, the background music is replaced by an arrangement of "Drifting Away", their stage's theme. After beating Kat & Ana's stage, the ninja girls take over the minigame. After scoring 100 points, the player unlocks the ability to select the music for the game, with the option to choose between the two previous pieces as well as "Four Seasons", Kat & Ana's stage theme.

Jump Forever returns in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!, where it is now playable for up to four players. It is unlocked by completing Wario's Outta My Way, 9-Volt's Card-e Cards, and Dr. Crygor's Balloon Bang. Whereas the original minigame took place in a forested area, this version is set against a checkerboard type backdrop. The stick figure characters return to host the game.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Chinese 无尽跳绳[1]
Wújìn Tiàoshéng
Endless Jump Roping

Italian Salta sempre
Jump forever


  1. ^ From iQue's localization of WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!.