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WarioWare Smooth Moves (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 365 reviews of WarioWare Smooth Moves (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Views about the gameplay and single player gameplay are on the whole positive. The usability and price are also appreciated. There are mixed opinions on the controls and graphics. The multi player mode and story get critical views.

design, price, usability, single player, gameplay

story, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the WarioWare Smooth Moves (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves


When Nintendo released their latest console back in November the first game that popped into many gamers minds was Wario Ware. The possibilities of this franchise meshed with the dynamic...

Shows Off What The Wii-Mote Can Do ; Ridiculously Fun & Innovative ; Great Presentation ; Tons Of Micro Games To Play

Multi-Player Can Get Frantic ; IR Sensor Can Be Picky

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Steve Anderson (

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves Game Review–Defies Any Easy Description


Sometimes there's a real downside to writing about Wii games.  Like I said in the headline, they defy any real or simple description.  It's hard to tell what exactly is going on sometimes.  They can even be downright confusing.  That's definitely the...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by : C. Rossi (

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves


When you think of sticking your fingers in someone's nose, balancing a broom on your hand or shoving false teeth in an old woman's mouth you most certainly don't think of videogames. Well you might, if you were thinking of WarioWare. Wario is back and...

A golden game for the Wii, Smooth Moves works perfectly

Mar, 2009

Expert review by : Craig Nye (

WarioWare: Smooth Moves - Wii review at Thunderbolt Games


The Nintendo family certainly has its fair share of characters. Among this group of oddities you'll find a plumber, two Princesses, some kind of turtle/reptile hybrid, and a sword-wielding elf to name but a few. But within this dysfunctional household...

May, 2007

Expert review by : Jake McNeill (

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves


The minute Nintendo announced the Wii's motion-sensing controls, it was obvious a Wario Ware game wouldn't be far behind. The series seems to have become invaluable to Nintendo, as easy-to-make games to release early in a new system's lifespan, as a...

Fun and inventive ; Makes good use of the Wii remote, with many microgames using it in extremely original ways ; Minigames are fun in their own right

Too short ; Some microgames don’t recognize the Wii remote’s movements too well

Wario Ware does it again, still innovating and coming up with all kinds of crazy new ways to play games while delivering a solid, fast-paced, fun-filled package that’s the perfect fit for the Wii

Feb, 2007

Expert review by : Brian Beck (

Wario Ware Smooth Moves Review


It's no secret that Nintendo is a fan of using their first-party characters in a variety of ways outside of their original games. You've got Mario Kart, Mario Party, Super Smash Brothers and a variety of other games where Mario, Zelda and friends make...

Wario Ware Smooth Moves is definitely an ideal party game. If you’re buying this Wii for a parent, grandparent or other non-gamer in your life, grab this game with it – they’ll definitely get a kick out of it. Sure, some of the games are hard at first...

Feb, 2007

Expert review by : Charles "Kjell" Knutson (

WarioWare: Smooth Moves


WarioWare first appeared on the Gameboy Advance back in 2003. The premise was simple: you competed in 5 second mini-games which challenged your ability to recognize what to do and complete the task before the timer ran out. These mini-games are also...

WarioWare Smooth Moves is the perfect rental. You can easily complete it in a weekend, and some gamers could probably even complete it in a night. Once you're done with the game, it's pretty much worthless. My wife got me this game for my birthday and...

Feb, 2007

Expert review by : David Tolin (

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves


Nintendo's Wario Ware franchise seemed like a really awful idea once upon a time. For those unfamiliar with the series, the blueprint for each of the games is really simple: take hundreds of simple motions and inputs, turn them into three- to...

Jan, 2007

Expert review by : Mike Sklens (

WarioWare: Smooth Moves


Wario waggles Wii wand wonderfully.

Wii Remote controls ; Multiplayer with support for 12 ; Typical WarioWare insanity

No individual microgame high-score mode ; Occasionally glitchy controls ; No simultaneous multiplayer

Nice review, but what was wrong with Touched?

Jan, 2007

Expert review by : Christopher DeLuca (

Wario Ware: Smooth Moves Game Review - Nintendo Wii


Most of the microgames are fun, which is impressive considering there are over 200 of them. The games that fall short usually do so because the associated Wii-mote movements feel unnatural, but for the most part the motions are spot on. The reason the...

If you're a fan of the series and want some hectic party gaming action

It's short, lacks enough multiplayer modes and rewards to challenges

Multiplayer is by far the most enjoyable way to play WarioWare, and since play alternates between players, up to 16 people can play in certain modes. Also, a nice addition to multiplayer is Mii functionality. A party game where each player has a...

Jan, 2007

Product Specifications

The WarioWare team took an idea so wacky, it could only be made with the latest technology: the Wii Remote! Wario stumbles into an old building called the Temple of Form. Inside, he finds a mystical treasure called the Form Baton. There are many ways to hold and move the baton (called "forms"), and legend has it that if the holder follows the forms, he can overcome any challenge. With this discovery, the form craze spreads and soon everybody is doing their best to master the moves.


Elements:Miscellaneous - arcade / Miscellaneous - party
ESRB Rating:Everyone 10 and older (10+)
Max Number of Players:4
PEGI Content Descriptors:Violence
PEGI Rating:3+
USK Rating:Freigegeben ab 6 Jahren gem


Compatibility:Game console
Model:Smooth Moves
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:WarioWare


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Nintendo Wii
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - miscellaneous / entertainment / educational