Nintendo has, as predicted, unveiled an array of new games for the Switch at today’s Direct. A notable highlight among these announcements is the latest installment in the WarioWare franchise, which invites players to engage their whole body in gameplay.
WarioWare: Move It! features over 200 microgames, each requiring players to use a pair of Joy-Cons and their full range of motion to master the rapid-fire gaming challenges, as described by Nintendo. Success hinges on syncing players’ movements with the on-screen cues.
Included in the diverse array of games are those that require players to swing their arms for increased skating speed, wriggle to release their character from bindings, and even mimic the action of towel-drying their backs. One game even seems to incorporate a sliding section from the iconic Super Mario 64. Moreover, WarioWare: Move It! also offers local cooperative play for up to four players. The game is set to debut on Switch come November 3rd.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Nintendo’s WarioWare: Move It!
What is the new WarioWare game that Nintendo has announced?
Nintendo has announced a new WarioWare game titled ‘WarioWare: Move It!’ for the Switch. This game is unique in that it encourages players to use their entire body to play the game’s numerous microgames.
How many microgames are in WarioWare: Move It!?
WarioWare: Move It! features over 200 microgames. These microgames require players to use a pair of Joy-Cons and their full range of body movement to succeed.
What kind of movements does WarioWare: Move It! involve?
The microgames in WarioWare: Move It! include a variety of movements. These range from swinging arms to skate faster, wriggling to free your character from being tied up, and mimicking the action of using a towel to clean your back.
Can WarioWare: Move It! be played with friends?
Yes, WarioWare: Move It! supports local co-op gameplay for up to four players.
When will WarioWare: Move It! be available on Switch?
WarioWare: Move It! is set to launch on the Nintendo Switch on November 3rd.