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WarioWare: Get It Together! (Nintendo Switch) - £24.99 delivered/Click & Collect @ SmythsToys

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Posted 24th Feb 2022

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  • Contents: WarioWare Get It Together Nintendo Switch game
  • Pre-order for a free notebook and sticker sheet
  • Microgame mayhem comes to Nintendo Switch
  • Play 200 minigames solo or with a friend

Product Description

Pre-order WarioWare: Get It Together now for a free notebook and sticker sheet.

Help Wario and friends play their way out of a microworld of microgames by taking on over 200 madcap microgames in WarioWare: Get It Together for Nintendo Switch.

200 Quirky Microgames
Play lightning-fast minigames filled with frantic fun. When his latest harebrained business scheme goes awry, Wario must play a twisted collection of microgames to fix it. From assembling a robot to pulling out a statue’s armpit hair, WarioWare: Get It Together! is a hilarious microgame mashup for co-op fun.

Story Mode
Help out the infamous game designer after he gets sucked into his latest creation in Story Mode. Go it alone or with a friend in 2- player co-operative play – a first for the series.

Mix & Match Characters
You control Wario and friends inside their own chaotic games. Tip a turtle with the help of Wario’s dash or choose Ashley and hurl a spell at it. Take on a rush of microgames with their absurd abilities.

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    Played the demo. Found it a weak entry more based on co op? I'll bite at 15.
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    ADIDASADDICT24/02/2022 06:01

    Played the demo. Found it a weak entry more based on co op? I'll bite at …Played the demo. Found it a weak entry more based on co op? I'll bite at 15.

    I finished the game solo in my first sitting, didn't feel motivated to do anything else on it after that in single player, plus the mini games are all pretty samey compared to previous warioware games variety.

    .....However, my wife and kids love playing this in the multiplayer modes and have definitely had their monies worth.

    (also worth noting that I played the single player campaign because I had to complete it to unlock the multiplayer games my kids wanted to play, many of which not available at the start - seemed ridiculous to me!)
    Edited by: "manc80" 24th Feb
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    All wario games go up in value in future..
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