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WarioWare: Move It

Tetris 99 37th Maximus Cup WarioWare Move It

Original: Tetris 99 is celebrating another recent Switch launch, this time with the 37th Maximus Cup which includes the opportunity to earn a WarioWare: Move It theme.

To get involved, play the online mode and earn points. Points are handed out based on your placement in each match. The theme will be yours once 100 points are obtained. The WarioWare: Move It theme for Tetris 99 features background art, music, and Tetrimino designs inspired by the game.

WarioWare Move It review

System: Switch
Release date: November 3, 2023
Developer: Intelligent Systems
Publisher: Nintendo

One of the most encouraging things about WarioWare as a franchise, is that it’s always just been like that. Seriously – go back and play 2003’s original entry (which you can enjoy via the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pass), and you’ll see every bit of the quirky and offbeat charm that the series still exudes today, fully formed at its point of origin. Multiple entries across every Nintendo platform since the GBA haven’t dulled the appeal of playing rapid-fire five-second microgames in quick succession. Now we get a traditional WarioWare outing in the form of Warioware: Move It on Switch. A direct continuation of the motion-based waggle-fest that was WarioWare: Smooth Moves on the Wii, this one sees Wario and co. whisked away to an island resort to, let’s face it, just play a bunch of minigames.

new Wario voice actor Kevin Afghani

Kevin Afghani was recently confirmed as the voice of Mario and Luigi, and unsurprisingly, it looks like he was cast as the actor for Wario as well.

That news comes from the credits in WarioWare: Move It, which has the character having new voice lines since Charles Martinet retired from the role. Afghani is listed as the game’s principle performer. Given how it was already announced that he’s the new voice actor for Mario and Luigi, the news about Wario doesn’t come as much of a surprise.

WarioWare: Move It reviews

Another Nintendo-published game is just on the horizon with WarioWare: Move It, and the first reviews are starting to appear.

This is the second major WarioWare title on Switch following Get It Together in 2021. This time around, the emphasis is on motion-based microgames – over 200 are included – with ones that include chopping bamboo, breaking out of jail, returning a curtsey, and more. It features a Story Mode in which you look to escape the Woods Watchers and a Party Mode supporting up to four players.

WarioWare: Move It overview

Original (10/17): Nintendo just sent out a new overview trailer for WarioWare: Move It. The video showcases some of the microgames, moves, and more ahead of next month’s launch.

For those that need a refresher on the game, check out the following overview:

WarioWare: Move It formation trailer

Nintendo is giving fans another look at WarioWare: Move It with the game’s latest trailer, “Let’s move into ‘form’ation”. This comes ahead of the launch in a couple of months.

For those that need a recap on the game, check out the following overview:

WarioWare: Move It boxart

We have the official boxart for WarioWare: Move It, which we’ve attached above. Additionally, a new set of screenshots is available.

Below is an overview of the game:

WarioWare: Move It

Nintendo is back with another WarioWare game for Switch. As revealed during today’s Nintendo Direct, it will be available on November 3, 2023.

WarioWare: Move It will feature over ver 200 microgames. More information can be found in the following overview:

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