Wario World
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Series Game Grumps
Console GCN
Episodes 4
Playlist Jon and Arin run around Wario's world in Wario World!
Run March 20, 2013 - March 24, 2013
Status Quit

Wario World is the forty-fourth game played by the Jon and Arin on Game Grumps.

Playthrough[edit | edit source]

The Grumps fairly enjoyed the game, stating how it was generic, yet fun but never finished it.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

  1. Reverse Robin Hood
  2. He Does Like "Aehh" at the End
  3. Wiggly Waggly
  4. Oh Boy Oh Girl

Game information[edit | edit source]

Wario World is a platform game developed by Treasure and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo GameCube. It was released in Japan on May 27, 2003, in Europe on June 20, 2003, in North America on June 23, 2003, and in Australia on July 10, 2003. It marks Wario's first starring appearance on a home game console. The game's plot centers around Wario and his quest to regain his treasure and his castle from Black Jewel, an evil gem.

Wario World's gameplay centers mainly on combating enemies, although it requires some platform navigation similar to Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine. The controls are simple, and are only used to jump, run, dash, perform fighting moves, and use the "Hyper Suction" ability to collect nearby coins. The level designs are platform-based with combat elements, and have an overall linear design. The levels contain trapdoors, which lead to special platforming or puzzle-oriented challenges. Throughout the game, small forest sprites known as "Spiritelings" give Wario advice if they are rescued from imprisonment.

During combat, Wario can grab enemies and either spin them around, throw them, or piledrive them into the ground. Enemies drop coins when defeated, and tend to regenerate if the area is left and returned to later. The coins are used to purchase items, such as life-restoring garlic, and to return to life. If Wario does not have enough money to return to life, the game is over. A new feature in Wario World are the spherical "glue globes", in which Wario is stuck to if he touches it, allowing the player to reach otherwise inaccessible areas. Along the way, Wario can re-collect his lost treasures, which are hidden in treasure chests, and collect pieces of golden Wario statues, which increases Wario's life meter by one half. In order to advance in the game, the player must collect a certain amount of red diamonds in each level. If the player collects all the treasure in the various levels, minigames from the Game Boy Advance title WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgames! are unlocked, and they can be played by using the Nintendo GameCube Game Boy Advance Cable.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The game was sent to the Game Grumps by Tommy Mays, Sean Barrett, Brian Andy, Justin Henry, and Marissa Mindiola.
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