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With so many minigame compilations for the wii, from super monnkey ball to rayman, this is probably the best one to get. It starts with Wario finding the "form baton" AKA the wiimote. That's pretty much the basic storyline, but the real good aspect of this game is the gameplay.
The basic minigames are usually around 3-6 seconds long, but there are over 200 that you have to play in order to beat the game. There are also 24 different controller positions you have to assume, from holding the remote on your head, to holding it like a waiter.
This game is also really funny, most of it is toilet humor, like cleaning a cow's butt or waving away Wario's farts. There is also a surprisingly good sound quality in the wii remote's speaker, unlike the terrible sound quality in twilight princess.
One huge downfall of this game is the longevity of it. I beat this game in a little over 3 hours, which was a real disappointment. However, this game features a variety of unlockables from a great multiplayer experience to some fun little high score games.
Overall, Warioware: Smooth Moves is a must buy for mini-game lovers or for people who really want to see the remote at its full capabilities.
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