WarioWare: D.I.Y.

WarioWare: D.I.Y.
System Nintendo DS
Developer Nintendo, Intelligent Systems
Genre Utility / Minigames
Series Super Mario Series

Wario can't be bothered to make games any more, so he's going to let you create them for him. Design and program your own microgames and share them with friends.

Release Information

Region Name Release
Japan メイドイン俺 Made in Ore 29 Apr 2009
US WarioWare: D.I.Y. 28 Mar 2010
Europe WarioWare: D.I.Y. 30 Apr 2010


9-Volt's Nintendo Microgames

9-Volt's set of microgames are all based on other Nintendo games.

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Based on Super Mario Bros. (NES). Use the on-screen buttons to move Mario left and right and avoid the hopping Paratroopa.

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Based on Super Mario Bros. (NES). Avoid the Spinies.

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Mario Paint

Based on Mario Paint (SNES). Colour the picture to appear the same as the finished picture.

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Flyswatter (Mario Paint)

Based on Mario Paint (SNES). Tap the flies to clear them.

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Hip Power

Based on Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (SNES). Pound the ground by tapping twice.

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The Legend of Zelda

Based on The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS). Attack the Chuchu enemies as they approach from all directions.

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Based on Metroid (NES). Avoid the enemy and collect the item.

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Star Fox

Based on Star Fox (SNES). Defeat the enemies.

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Based on Pikmin (GameCube). Time the moving target to throw the Pikmin onto the nectar. This microgame replaces the "Murasame Castle" microgame in non-Japanese versions.

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Wii Play

Based on Wii Play (Wii). Pop the balloons in the Shooting Range.

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Based on Wii Fit (Wii). Balance the Mii on the tightrope using the on-screen Balance Board.

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Shadow Shift

Based on Big Brain Academy (DS). Touch the image that matches the moving silhouette.

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Murasame Castle

Based on Mysterious Murasame Castle (NES). Make Takamaru invisible to avoid the enemy attacks. This microgame only appears in the Japanese version. It is replaced by the "Pikmin" microgame in other versions.

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Ice Climber

Based on Ice Climber (NES). Collect the eggplant.

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Balloon Trip

Based on Balloon Fight (NES). Tap to make the Balloon Fighter avoid the sparks.

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Based on Excitebike (NES). Destroy the obstacles in Edit mode.

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Urban Champ

Based on Urban Champion (NES). Punch the opponent when he stops blocking his face.

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Based on Greenhouse (G&W). Shoot the insects with your bugspray.

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Turtle Bridge

Based on Turtle Bridge (G&W). Move across the bridge when the turtle's head is out of the water.

Submitted by Asho, Flip, Fryguy64, Korre

Game Maker Stamps

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There are many stamps in the game based on sprites from other Nintendo games:

Super Mario Bros. Stamps

  • Coin
  • ? Block
  • Block
  • Fireball
  • Bush
  • Mountain
  • Cloud
  • Vine
  • Pipe
  • Moving platform
  • Castle
  • Super Mushroom
  • Starman
  • Fire Flower
  • Mario (full body)
  • Mario (head)
  • Peach (head)
  • Toad (head)
  • Goomba
  • Koopa Troopa
  • Bullet Bill
  • Piranha Plant

The Legend of Zelda Stamps

  • Heart
  • Fairy
  • Key

Other Stamps

Submitted by Korre, Young Horsetail

Music Maker & Record Player

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9-Volt's Records

9-Volt's records are all music from Nintendo games:

The following songs are exclusive to the Japanese version:

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8-bit Instruments

In the Record Maker, you can select a Famicom/NES instrument set to play 8-bit sound effects.

  • Super Mario Bros. Jump
  • Super Mario Bros. Coin
  • Super Mario Bros. Power Up
  • Super Mario Bros. Power Down
  • Super Mario Bros. Shell Kick
  • Super Mario Bros. Cannon
  • Mario Bros. Miss
  • Donkey Kong Barrel Hop

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8-bit Drum Effects

If you go to the drum layer of the Record Maker, you can also select an 8-bit drum set, which includes sound effects from various NES games:

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When listening to records on the Player, you can also randomly play sound effects, and four of them are from Nintendo games.

Submitted by Asho, Korre, Supersonic56, Johans Nidorino, Fryguy64

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