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WarioWare: Get It Together! is a game in the WarioWare series, set to be released worldwide on September 10, 2021. Similarly to the previous WarioWare games, WarioWare: Get It Together! features different microgames to play. In this game, players choose from a selection of characters in the series, each which has their own special ability. In addition, Get It Together! features multi-player mode.

Gameplay

The main game is structured similar to previous WarioWare titles where the play a series of microgames, each themed to a certain character. Unlike previous entries, each set does not use new kinds of mechanics. Instead, the different mechanics are through the different playable characters which interact with the microgames using their signature ability. Characters are unlocked by completing each zone for that character.

The game includes multiplayer from the start with each player controlling a different character. Most modes are compatible with 2 players with most of the Variety Pack modes compatible with 4 players. There is also a weekly challenge mode called Wario Cup.

Variety Pack

The game includes 10 additional modes. There are 3 that are considered Completionist and 7 that are considered Party.

Completionist

Mode Details Player No.
Gotta Bounce 1-4
Daily Grind 1-4
Friendless Battle 1

Party

Mode Details Player No.
High Five 1-4
Duelius Maximus 2
Rising Star 2
Balloon Bang 2-4
Sly Angle 2-4
Puck 'er Up 2-4
Frenemy Frenzy 2-4

Playable characters

Name Ability
Wario He can fly with his jet pack. If the A button is pressed he will attack in whichever direction he is facing.
Young Cricket He can jump by pressing the A button. He will jump higher if the button is held.
18-Volt He shoots CDs, but he cannot move by himself. In games that require upwards movement, 18-Volt can shoot golden rings that he will then hang onto.
Mona She is constantly moving, unless the A button is pressed. This causes her to throw a boomerang which is controlled with the left stick.
Dribble and Spitz They can both fly and shoot, with Dribble firing to the right and Spitz to the left. Player 1 will only control Dribble, while Player 2 will only control Spitz.
Dr. Crygor He can swim in the air by holding the A button down.
9-Volt He constantly moves back and forth on his skateboard. If the A button is pressed, 9-Volt will launch his yo-yo upwards. In games that require upwards movement, 9-Volt can shoot golden rings that he will then hang onto.
Mike He can fly and shoot music notes upwards.
Kat and Ana They constantly bounce and can throw ninja stars by pressing A, with Kat throwing to the right and Ana to the left. Player 1 will only control Kat, while Player 2 will only control Ana.
Jimmy T. He can attack in whatever direction the left stick is facing by pressing A.
Ashley She can fly and shoot spells in whatever direction she's facing by pressing A.
Orbulon He can fly and activate his tractor beam by pressing A.
5-Volt She can only move by teleporting, the appearance of which is based off the Gamer mini game from Game & Wario.
Master Mantis He can jump high, similarly to Young Cricket. Unlike Cricket, Master Mantis can stand upside down on surfaces.
Lulu She floats upwards by pressing A, which has more horizontal movement than vertical. When in air, she can perform a ground pound.
Red He can fly and drop bombs by pressing A.
Penny Crygor She can shoot water from Jet Tank One. If the A button is pressed, she will remain still while still able to shoot water.
Pyoro He extends his tongue, but he cannot fly or jump. In games that require upwards movement, Pyoro can latch onto golden rings that he will then hang on.

Plot

Development

The game was officially announced at E3 2021, but it was speculated about earlier when Nintendo sent out a survey that asked how likely users would buy the next WarioWare game if it was $49.99.[1] The game received a demo on August 19 that featured a basic set of microgames and 5 unlockable characters

References

  1. Doolan, Liam. "Nintendo Wants To Know If You Would Fork Out $50 For A New WarioWare Game". Nintendo Life, June 2, 2021, https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2021/06/nintendo_wants_to_know_if_you_would_fork_out_usd50_for_a_new_warioware_game. Accessed June 15, 2021.
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