“Form”- fitting Wario Ware: Smooth Moves screens

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So you wanna have more of Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, eh? Well, it was a good move on your part to have come here then. That’s because we have new screenshots for this action-puzzle game. And some neat factoid, too.

Supposedly, Wario Ware isn’t just a collection of games where you can have ultimate fun. It’s actually got a story behind it. According to its fact sheet from the Wii Press site, Wario accidentally stumbles into the Temple of Form while wandering about Diamond City, where he lives. Inside the temple, he finds a mystical treasure, the Form Baton. Now, there are a variety of ways to hold and control the said baton. Legend has it that whoever has the baton, and if that person actually follows the “forms” of the baton, will be able to overcome any challenge.

Now, you have the chance to master the “forms” via the Wii remote. With it, you can use up to 20 unique applications to turn levers, chop barrels, run races, and a whole lot more. Anyway, you better start practicing your “forms” ’cause it’s set to come out in Japan this December 2nd, while it’s slated for a January 15, 2007 release in the U. S. No specific date yet for the Europe release, but it’s also set to come out there on January.

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Wario Ware - Image 1 Wario Ware - Image 2

So you wanna have more of Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, eh? Well, it was a good move on your part to have come here then. That’s because we have new screenshots for this action-puzzle game. And some neat factoid, too.

Supposedly, Wario Ware isn’t just a collection of games where you can have ultimate fun. It’s actually got a story behind it. According to its fact sheet from the Wii Press site, Wario accidentally stumbles into the Temple of Form while wandering about Diamond City, where he lives. Inside the temple, he finds a mystical treasure, the Form Baton. Now, there are a variety of ways to hold and control the said baton. Legend has it that whoever has the baton, and if that person actually follows the “forms” of the baton, will be able to overcome any challenge.

Now, you have the chance to master the “forms” via the Wii remote. With it, you can use up to 20 unique applications to turn levers, chop barrels, run races, and a whole lot more. Anyway, you better start practicing your “forms” ’cause it’s set to come out in Japan this December 2nd, while it’s slated for a January 15, 2007 release in the U. S. No specific date yet for the Europe release, but it’s also set to come out there on January.

more screens - Image 1 more screens - Image 2 more screens - Image 3 more screens - Image 4

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