Developer(s) Hybrid
Publisher(s) Logo
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s)
25px-Flag of Japan March 25 2011
25px-Flag of USA March 28 2011
25px-Flag of Europe April 01 2011
25px-Flag of Australia April 08 2011
1-4 Players.
Age Rating(s)
Genre(s) Microgames.
Media Included 3DS Card

Wario Ware: Third Dimension is another Wario Ware game, developed by Hybrid Co. and published by Fantendo. It's one of the first games released for the Nintendo 3DS, and includes interesting microgames featuring the 3D power of the handheld. Of course, there are still some microgames that use the Stylus.


You play moving the 3DS, your own body, and pointing with the Stylus. In that sense, it's a traditional Wario Ware game, and fuses elements from WarioWare: Snapped!, Wario Ware: Touched! and new ones. You can play with friends online, one-turn each one, and see who scores more in the choosen minigames. From the select screen, you can go Wi-Fi, Story Mode, Microgames Gallery, and Options.

The microgames are timed, and you need to complete them in... little seconds! The game has a counter: the player can fail three times: messing up another time will result in a Game Over. When playing, when you, in a level, go through a certain amount of microgames, those speed up and start being more challenging. After playing a certain number of microgames in the phase, a Boss Minigame appears. These are larger, harder games.

Microgames are simple and extremely short games, lasting only some seconds. The player must do something to complete it, like "Zoom it!". These games have three difficulty levels.


Wario Ware Inc. is near bankrupt! Only a miracle can save Wario... He's full of deeds! In the last second, Dr. Crygor shows him the greatest invention he has ever done... the 3D Handheld! Wario, full of happiness, takes it and commands his employees to start working... While they ask him when they will get their pay, Wario just stays calm...

Days later, the 3D Handheld is finished! Wario delivers it in the greatest shops, and it sells extremely well! Wario's now saved from bankrupt... Or so he thinks.

The player's Mii goes to one shop, and buys the 3D Handheld. Pushing the ON button, the adventure starts!