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|Developer(s)||Play! Software Planning|
| January 05, 2013 |
January 05, 2013
February 09, 2013
January 12, 2013
|Media Included|| Wii U Disc|
Wario World U is a game released for the Wii U console as a sequel to the Nintendo GameCube game, Wario World. It was released in Europe and Australia in January 5, 2013, in Japan in February 09, 2013 and in the United States in February 12, 2013.
The game begins with Wario in his new golden palace built in a land called "Marshmallow World". When he visits his treasure room, he finds out that all of his gold coins, diamonds and crystals are gone. The ground starts to shake and the palace explodes and is destroyed, as Wario is thrown away. Wario sees Adamon, a diamond-like thief, to steal all his treasure and the land's ruler, Prince Mashumaru and take them to his own castle, making all the Marshmites scared. Wario then, sets off to rescue the prince and all of the stolen objects.
Just like its predecessor, Wario World U is a tridimentional platform game. In each level, the player must beat a boss, collect four treasures and grab an amount of coins. Each world has two levels and, after both are completed, the world boss fight can be played. Wario also has a set of moves that can be used to use objects and defeats enemies.
- Prince Mashumaru
When Wario defeats a number of bosses, a new mini-game is available in a room in his palace. Wario can win mini-games to get a large amount of coins and extra health. There are three mini-games that can be unlocked:
- WarioWare Arcade!
- Wario's Adventure!
- Wario's Downhill!
|Image||Name||Gameplay and controls|
|WarioWare Arcade!||In this game, Wario can play a game similar to the WarioWare series. There are twenty-two microgames to be played, and some of them are remakes of other games' microgames. Wario wins five coins for the first part, ten coins for the second part and thirteen coins for the third part and forward.|
Controls: L button, R button, A button: do most actions.
|Wario's Adventure!||In this 2D mini-game, the player controls Wario, who must go through ten short levels, each one with a different gimmick, such as ropes, moving platforms, spiky blocks and elevators. In the end of each level, the player must grab a yellow flag with a purple "W" on it, giving them ten coins. The last level contains a black goo boss, who floats and drops some bubbles, and Wario can use them to defeat it. Beating the game gives the player 50 coins.|
Controls: Control Stick: move; A button: jump.
|Wario's Downhill!||In this game, the player controls Wario, who is rolling on a rock down a giant slope. The player must avoid and jump obstacles, while collecting some crystals. Each crystal gives the player one coin. Sometimes, a Magon also appears rolling on a rock and tries to push Wario into obstacles. Defeating him gives the player five coins. Beating the game overall gives them 50 coins.|
Controls: Touch screen: move the rock and jump.
Number of coins
In each level, the player must collect a number of coins to open the boss room. The number of coins required to collect are shown below.
|Tippy Trunk Tower||400|
|Manor of Jape||600|
|Spark in the Dark||2000|
Wario World U is divided in eight worlds, each one with two levels, with a total of sixteen levels. The worlds can be accessed by areas in Wario's Palace.
|Treeway Trail||A level that is set in a forest with many trunks and a trail and is relatively easy. It is the first level of the game. The main enemies here are Magons, Tankytusks and Birdleys.|
|Wooden Hero • Bottle Message • Gold Leaf • Lucky Shoes|
|Tippy Trunk Tower||A level in a tower made of wood and trunks in an area surrounded by tall trees. The main enemies here are Tankytusks and Diggaplants.|
|Heartwarming Flower • Wood Bug • Maple Bouquet • Mystic Badge|
|Roast Coast||A beach level with many rocks and vines hanging on palm trees. The enemies found here are Cocoys, Neses and Chips.|
|Coconut Drink • Fishy Fossile • Golden Tooth • Treasure Piggy|
|Rock-Bottom Brine||An underwater level with a lot of sunken ships that can be explored by Wario. The enemies here are Saberuses, Billvalves and Mantics.|
|Mermaid Doll • Goldnut • Dancing Starfish • Worthy Doubloon|
|Manor of Jape||A three-story haunted mansion with warping picture frames. Dies, Portraighosts, Tappets and Wavertures are new enemies.|
|Toy Lamp • Fear Flowers • Creepy Crayon • Watchful Eye|
|Moonlight Track||A dark garden where Wario must climb the branches of dry trees. New enemies here are Monster Moles, Zombee Trees and Rots.|
|Charged Cloud • Monstruous Moss • Poison Cauldron • Forbidden Formula|
|Snowball Falls||A mountain covered with snow and ice with a lot snowballs and waterfalls. There are Yetches, Penguards and Snow Saucers as new enemies.|
|Snow Globe • Star Stone • Shaved Ice • Snow Saucer Proof|
|Icicle Cave||A dark cave made of ice with falling icicles and sharp iced spikes. The new enemies are Shiversqueaks and Slambears.|
|Ice Cream Man • Cocoa Shake • Iceball Cone • Iceberg Figure|
|Chillville||A level in a big factory with fences and shock rays. The main enemies are Rayjays, Fistfalls and Flatheads.|
|Cog Clock • Future Lamp • Red Button of Fate • Sealed Drum|
|Cog Log||An area in the factory with lots of spinning cogs. Metabombs, Fistfalls and Flatheads are main enemies.|
|Iron Dumbbell • Fluffy Pillow • Energy Tube • Mystery Tape|
|Choose-a-Cave||A cave level, where the entrance has three different paths, and Wario must choose one. The new enemies are Splat Bats, Spiders and Cobrawns.|
|Stone Beetle • Powerful Lantern • Caveman Figure • Shiny Crystal|
|Trickle Lake||A big area inside a blue cave with a lake and giant crystals. Cave Dudes, Cractyls and Croaks.|
|Nougat Ore • Jason Goon • Mystic Torch • Stone World|
|Beansleek Stalk||A level where Wario must climb a giant beanstalk in a sky land. The main enemies are Birdleys, Insunnies and Moonatics.|
|Bean Seed • Cloud Castle Encyclopedia • Galaxy Spin • Science Project|
|Palace Maze||A palace in the sky that involves some labyrinths. The main enemies here are Warries, No-Way-Out Walls and Bitabounds.|
|Diamond Column • Block Game • Pretty Picture • Wario's Boombox|
|Getaway Gateway||A level that leads to Adamon's Castle. It contains a dark stone road and dry trees. Jerk-O'-Lanterns, Shade Snakes and Suction Bugs.|
|Sew Fun • Smiling Turnip • Nose-Picking Game • Merman Figure|
|Spark in the Dark||A level in Adamon's Castle. It is completely dark and some objects, such as Sparks and Crystal Plants light some paths. It is the last level in the game. The main enemies here are Gemites, 24K Pillars and Jewelims.|
|Crystal Crown • Cozy Throne • Bright Scepter • The Adamon|
- Item Block: Wario can hit these, and they drop coins or garlics.
- Watermelon Block: blocks can be carried and thrown by Wario.
- Stone Block: blocks that can be broken by Wario.
- Stonedrop Block: blocks that can be broken and fall down if there's nothing under them.
- Marshmallow Block: blocks that disappear when Wario steps on them.
- Arrow Block: Blocks that move to the direction they point.
- Treasure Button: come in orange, yellow, purple and green. If they are activated, a treasure appears.
- Escape Spring: they are located in Crystal Rooms and help the player to get back to the main area.
- Sticky Sphere: when Wario touches them, he can crawl around it.
- Golden Columns: colums used by Wario to defeat enemies.
- Garlic Nozzle: a trumpet-like object that drops garlic when Wario punches it.
- Wooden Trapdoor: used to access Crystal Rooms.
- Steel Trapdoor: used to access Coin Pad rooms, but needs to be crushed with an enemy to open.
- Whirly Bolt: giant bolts that can be swiveled by Wario to open doors, make platforms, etc.
- Wario Stage: stages where Wario can battle enemies to win amounts of coins.
- Goal Wheel: the end of every level, where the player can also get some coins.
- Way-Out Wings: Wings that can take Wario back to the start of a level.
- Coin: common objects that Wario can use to get extra lives or to buy things for his Palace.
- Crystal Key: Wario must grab three of them per level, in order to activate the Goal Wheel.
- Wario Sculpture: grant Wario an extra life.
- Peppy Peeper: small creatures that give hints to Wario. There are four in every level.
- Wario's Trasures: there are four in every level. They can be used to decorate Wario's palace.
- Garlic: they fill one of Wario's hearts.
- Coin Pad: they are found in bonus rooms and are placed in the Goal Wheel. They come in three variations and grant Wario the number of coins on them.
These are simple enemies that appear in the majority of levels.
|Magons||Orange dinosaurs with big hands. They attack by simply chasing Wario.|
|Tankytusks (NEW)||Orange and blue elephants with cannons instead of trunks.|
|Ankirons||Turtle-like creatures with cannons on their shells.|
|Clubosaurs||Yellow dinosaurs that attack with clubs.|
|Hammersaurs (NEW)||Green dinosaurs that attack with hammers.|
|Birdleys (NEW)||Small yellow birds that swoop toward Wario.|
|Cractyls||Purple, googly-eyed pterodactyls that fly toward Wario.|
Specified area enemies
|Diggaplants||Plants that sprout from many places on the ground and try to bite Wario.||Tippy Trunk Tower|
|Cocoys||Crab creatures that throw coconuts at Wario.||Roast Coast|
|Neses||Sea Monsters that emerge from the water to attack Wario.|
|Chips||Monkeys that cling vines on palm trees.|
|Saberuses||Walrus enemies that home into Wario when he is near.||Rock-Bottom Brine|
|Billvalves||Giant clams that keep opening and closing their mouths.|
|Mantics||Manta rays that swim in a determined route.|
|Dies||Round zombies with exposed brains that get up from the floor and slowly chase Wario. They're indestructble.||Manor of Jape|
|Portraighost||They are cube-shaped ghosts that appear from and back to pictures on walls.|
|Tappet||Red carpets that fly within a room. They sometimes stop and Wario can ride them.|
|Wavertures||Purple carpets that make small but harmful waves on their bodies.|
|Monster Moles||Yellow eyed moles that appear from holes and chase Wario frenetically.||Moonlight Track|
|Zombee Trees||Small dried trees that chase Wario when he is not looking at them.|
|Rots||Trunks that roll around and can squash Wario.|
|Yetches||Yeti creatures that throw snowballs downhill. They need to be attacked five times to be defeated.||Shiver Summit|
|Penguards||Lines of penguins that follow Wario. They can be defeated by crashing two penguins, besides other attacks.|
|Snow Saucer||Snowflake-shaped UFOs that drop snowflake stones at land.|
|Shiversqueaks||Icy rats that roam and slip on the ice.||Icicle Cave|
|Slambears||Polar bears that slam their big hands on the ground and causes earthquakes.|
|Rayjays||They are moving electric fences that can shock Wario.||Chillville|
|Fistfalls||Big metallic hands that bounce and stomp the ground.|
|Flatheads||Lid-like creatures with mean faces. They fit on walls and push Wario to pits or other walls when he gets near them.|
|Metabombs||Walking bombs that chase Wario and explode when their counter reaches zero.||Cog Jog|
|Splat Bats||Bats that hang themselves from the ceilings and swoop into Wario when they see him.||Choose-a-Cave|
|Spiders||These enemies simply walk in caves waiting for Wario.|
|Cobrawns||Big brawny snakes that crawl on the floor and reflect on the walls.|
|Cave Dudes||Stocky creatures which throw rolling boulders in the cave. They're equivalent to Yetches.||Trickle Lake|
|Croaks||Green or purple frogs that jump randomly on the cave ground or lily pads.|
|Insunnies||Small suns that emit spotlights that can burn Wario if he gets under it too long.||Beansleek Stalk|
|Moonatics||Small moons that get around the beanstalk and spit lunar stones at it.|
|Warries||Small creatures wearing armors, using swords to hurt the player.||Palace Maze|
|No-Way-Out Walls||Walls with faces that trap Wario at dead ends. He can break them with several consecutive attacks.|
|Bitabounds||Plants that sprout from walls and chase Wario, stretching their stems. After some time, they stick to another wall.|
|Jerk-O'-Lanterns||Walking pumpkins that spit pumpkin seeds in the direction they face.||Getaway Gateway|
|Shade Snakes||Black snakes with white eyes. They crawl from one tree to another quickly.|
|Suction Bugs||Black insects that stick to walls and walk side to side.|
|Gemites||Giant yellow gems that boost spin in Wario's direction.||Spark in the Dark|
|24K Pillars||Golden pillars with crystal spikes. They pound the floor.|
|Jewelims||Green jewels who create light beams that can make the player dizzy.|
Bosses and impediments
|Crispytimber||A giant tree with a face. It attacks by slamming its head on the ground.||Impediment||Treeway Trail|
|Tank Tree||A living cannon made of wood. It attacks by shooting green round bombs at Wario.||Boss|
|Miller||A round see-saw who cuts parts of wood Wario steps on. They can also cut walls and defeat enemies.||Impediment||Tippy Trunk Tower|
|Mecha Monke-Ty||A mechanical monkey who looks a bit like Donkey Kong. It attacks by throwing barrels at Wario.||Boss|
|Clawgrab||A crab boss who blocks Wario's way. It attacks throwing rocks at him and pounding the ground.||Impediment||Roast Coast|
|Walrocks||A walrus-like creature fought on a group of rocks on the ocean. It attacks by sinking those rocks and causing ocean waves.||Boss|
|Limbster||A lobster-like creature that blocks a cave Wario must go through. It attacks by pinching him with its giant claws.||Impediment||Rock-Bottom Brine|
|Baddie Octo||A giant purple octopus. It attacks in several ways with its tentacles.||Boss|
|Poltergrowl||A blue ghost dog who is attached to a chain. He attacks Wario by running onto him.||Impediment||Manor of Jape|
|Poltergusty||A large ghost bat that flies during the battle. He attacks by swooping toward Wario and creating waves when pounding the floor.||Boss|
|Leafleet||A group of small leaf-like creatures who chase Wario. Wario must defeat the all to progress.||Impediment||Moonlight Track|
|Irritated I||The only Mr. I in the game, it is red with throbbing veins and attacks by shooting lasers at Wario.||Boss|
|Snow Mighty||A large snowman who throws snowballs at Wario. Wario must destroy all of its segments to defeat it.||Impediment||Shiver Summit|
|Master Snowbird||A large round penguin who wears a black belt. He tries to push Wario off the battle area.||Boss|
|Icebummer||A giant and inanimate iceberg. Wario must hit it ten times to cause it to break.||Impediment||Icicle Cave|
|Crystal Critter||An ice crystal monster with giant hands. He attacks by punching Wario and creating icy stalagmites on the ground.||Boss|
|Jay-Gate||An electric fence made of Rayjays. They move back and forth, in order to shock Wario.||Impediment||Chillville|
|Rat Robot||An abnormally large toy mouse. Wario must hit it while it stops to wind-up itself.||Boss|
|Bumper Bolt||Big bolts that must be defeated to remove some cogs blocking the way.||Impediment||Cog Log|
|Big Drill||A drill-like robot. It attacks by spinning fastly through the battle area and by jumping toward Wario.||Boss|
|Watery Nesty||Sea monster creatures that appear from small lakes.||Impediment||Choose-a-Cave|
|Master Mole||A mole boss who digs through the battle area's soil. Wario must pound it three times to defeat it.||Boss|
|Bug Barrier||A beetle-like monster who walks back and forth in a corridor.||Impediment||Trickle Lake|
|Mega Spider||A big version of the Spider enemy. Wario must climb its web and hit it three times.||Boss|
|Seven Garden Gnomes||Seven small creatures who chase Wario. They must be defeated, so a gate is opened.||Impediment||Beansleek Stalk|
|Thunderterror||A giant rain cloud who attacks by striking lightning bolts at Wario.||Boss|
|Gloomy Guster||A black dried tree who attacks Wario by throwing logs at him, while making strong gusts.||Impediment||Creep Steep|
|Adamon???||A small diamond who also acts as a fake Adamon. He floats through the battle area and pounds the ground creating waves.||Boss|
|Adamon||The final boss and main villain. He attacks by creating many sharp crystals that can hurt Wario, besides creating giant crystals and waves on the ground.||Final boss||Adamon's Room|
Moves and Transformations
Wario has a variety of moves in the game.
- Spring Jump: Wario jumps, as his legs turn into a spring.
- Fist Punch: Wario punches and his fist gets big.
- Wheel Ram: Wario runs foward with wheels on his legs.
- Vortex Grab: Wario can suck coins with a small vortex on his mouth.
- Block Slam: Wario turns into a cube and strongly slams the ground.
- Roll Ball: Wario turns into a ball that can roll fastly to defeat enemies.
Wario also has three special attacks, that can be used on enemies and Golden Columns.
- Powerful Throw: Wario grabs the enemy and throws it away.
- Drill Spin: Wario grabs the enemy and spins it.
- Super Toss: Wario throws the enemy up and it falls down, slamming the ground.
- The game's main villain's name, Adamon, is a pun on the name "Adam" and the word "adamond".
|Play! Software Planning|
|Wii Games||B.O.T. • Molecule Story • Sequence • Super Mario Planet|
|Nintendo 3DS Games||3DS Café • 3DS Music • 3DS Party • 3DS Play • 3DS Tennis • 3DS World • B.O.T.|
|Wii U Games||Stumped Quest • Wario World U|