WarioWare: Smooth Moves (2006)
"Odoru meido in Wario" (original title)

Video Game  |  Action, Comedy  |  15 January 2007 (USA)
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Wario gets his hand on a cool, awesome but potentially dangerous Wii artifact, and his actions cause a rampage of chaos all over Diamond City.


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Cast overview:
Michelle Garrett ...
Yasuhisa Baba ...
Masanobu Matsunaga ...
Charles Martinet ...
Wario (voice)
Mami Nishimura ...
Brady Mehagan ...
Aaron Lundquist ...
Tim O'Leary ...
Leslie Swan ...
Mona (voice)
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Reiko Ninomiya ...
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Wario gets his hand on a cool, awesome but potentially dangerous Wii artifact, and his actions cause a rampage of chaos all over Diamond City.

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Wario's got a whole new set of moves! See more »


Action | Comedy



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15 January 2007 (USA)  »

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Odoru Made in Wario  »

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Goro Abe first came up with the idea for the game when the Wii Remote was revealed to him. Since the developers believed that holding the controller in only one way limited the game's entertainment value, they decided to introduce new positions and motions to the game for the Remote to be held. See more »


[first lines]
[Wario roars into his hometown of Diamond City on his bike]
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Crazy Credits

The Credits are shown on a stage with the Mii for each person credited walking in front of the camera. During the credits, the Wii Remote controls a movable hole which causes the Miis to fall into it as you roll over them, while a counter keeps track of how many you've captured. After the credits, the camera pans into the hole, where all the people you captured are shown. See more »


Spoofs Manhole (1981) See more »


Tomorrow Hill
Written by Naoko Mitome, Masanobu Matsunaga, or Yasuhisa Baba
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"It's a-wii, Wario!"
4 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I like this game. The mini-games were fun, unpredictable and occasionally funny. The best level's would have to be a tie between Jimmy T's and dribble and spitz's. Jimmy T's because of the dancing cats. Dribble and Spitz's because of the background music. That song is just so catchy! I only have two reservations with it. First, some of the games you have no idea what to do. No good examples come to mind at this moment but I do know that these games exist. Another reservation would be Mini-Wario's boss. While this is fun I have found that the game cheats a little. It is hard to tell whether or not you have to do the actual dance move or if it's just something that the character does on the screen for filler. Other than that, good game. The graphics vary from good to bad but that is on purpose. I give this game a seven out of eight.

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