WarioWare: Move It!

released on Nov 03, 2023

Strike a pose with a multitude of motion-based microgames in a brand-new entry in the WarioWare series!
Grab a pair of Joy-Con controllers and get moving as you gently shake, punch, dance, wiggle, and even curtsey through over 200 lightning-fast microgames (minigames that last just a few hilarious seconds). A second player can use another set of Joy-Con controllers to join the treasure-guarding, sheep-twirling fun. Up to 4 players, each with one Joy-Con controller, can laugh out loud in the local Party Mode’s minigames like a dicey board game with Wario-style rules.

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A very fun time, and an ultra creative Wario Ware to boot !
My main gripe with this game is that every new form introduced really takes a while to explain and it constantly broke the flow of the game for me. I suppose if I replay the levels now that I know all of them, it'll be a much smoother experience since I won't get those road blocks, but it's all crammed so tight in a first playthrough that it really gets annoying. It's also a super short game, less than two hours and it's done.
The positive is that this game comprises the most original mechanics I've ever seen done with Joy-Cons. They really stretch what these things can do and get you to twist, pull, drop and yank them like crazy. The main joy of «Move It!» is discovering all the surprises in what you'll have to do to win the mini-games.
An overall very fun time that'll get you shaking your butt, but certainly not that much of a memorable game of this year for me.

Clutch pose with friends is life or death

God I love this game so much, I didn't mind Get It Together being different since it was still fun and had the WarioWare charm even if I had some issues with it, and would've been fine if we didn't have a traditional WarioWare till the next system but man I am so happy this game exists and is a direct sequel to Smooth Moves! of all games with its premise

Es gibt WarioWare Titel, die man hervorragend alleine auf Highscores spielen kann, aber Move it! gehört eindeutig zu denen, die auf Multiplayer-Spaß abzielen. Und als Partyspiel taugt es tatsächlich sehr! In der Tradition der Wii wird die Bewegungssteuerung voll ausgenutzt. Das macht Spaß, bedeutet aber natürlich, dass man sich nicht unbedingt stundenlang am Stück abrackern möchte. Der Schwierigkeitsgrad ist demenstprechend simpel gestaltet (im Grunde kann man gar nicht sterben) und die Kampagne hatte ich schnell durch.

It’s fun and silly. Loved warioware as a kid. This is simple and fun. Not a ton of content unfortunately and it gets pretty boring after the first playthrough.

This definitely is an improvement upon Smooth Moves. The new Wario did grow on me, but the controls were really sensitive, sometimes nonresponsive. I will say that this is the most forgiving WarioWare has been, but fuck that. If I mess up my 4 chances, I reset. No second chance poses.