Wario ware smooth moves
Warioware: smooth moves multiplayer
Lens: adjust the focus of the magnifying glass to clear the image by moving the wiimote towards or away from the screen. Strategy: most of the time just push it away from the screen a short distance, but walk around it until it becomes very clear, then hold that position.
Aim: Hit the spit with all the objects thrown at you, aiming them to fall on the sword. Strategy: Concentrate on where the objects will fall and aim for them, naturally starting with the closest object.
Objective: throw the food into the Chinese pot until it falls onto the plate, shaking the top end of the wiimote. Strategy: keep shaking the wiimote for a while until everything flies and ends up on the plate, thus moving on to the next scene.
Objective: Take out the people by aiming the stinky stick at them, using the wiimote pointer. Strategy: starting from the center, make larger and larger circles to force people off the screen. When most of them are out, deal with the few that remain.
Smooth Moves received generally favorable reviews, receiving aggregate scores of 83% from Metacritic and 81.82% from GameRankings . Praise focused on the game’s entertainment value, especially around the holidays, while criticism focused on its length. WarioWare: Smooth Moves received a ToyAward in the Trend and Lifestyle category at the 2007 Nuremberg International Toy Fair . It also received the award for Best Action Game at IGN’s Wii Best of E3 2006 awards; the website later named it its Game of the Month for January 2007. WarioWare: Smooth Moveswas the fourth best-selling game in the United States in its first month of January 2007. In Japan, it sold 63,954 copies in its debut week of November 27-December 3, 2006, making it the fourth best-selling launch game for Wii. after Wii Sports , Wii Play and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess .
Like the previous games in the WarioWare series, WarioWare: Smooth Moves is a puzzle game that focuses on microgames, which are short games lasting about five seconds. Each microgame requires the player to position the Wii Remote in a specific way, such as holding it vertically or placing the bottom end of the device against the nose. The player must use the Nunchuk accessory for the Wii Remote in certain microgames. Before each microgame begins, the player is shown the required position for the Wii Remote so that he or she has time to position the device. The game is divided into stages, each represented by a WarioWare character and loosely connected by a story, with the microgames divided between the stages. After the player completes a certain amount of microgames, he advances to the boss stage, which is a microgame that is longer and more complex than the others. Once the player completes all the single-player stages, the game unlocks a multiplayer mode, in which only one Wii Remote is used and shared by up to 12 players. While one player plays a microgame in this mode, other players watch and, once the microgame is completed, the player passes the Wii Remote to the next person. 
The game includes some 200 frantic mini-games in which we will have to dance with a hula hoop or catch flies, taking the gameplay to another level. All you need to be the champion is a Wii Remote and your best moves!
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WarioWare: Smooth Moves[a] es un videojuego para fiestas desarrollado por Nintendo SPD e Intelligent Systems. El juego fue publicado por Nintendo para su consola de videojuegos Wii en Japón en diciembre de 2006, y en Europa, Norteamérica y Australia en enero de 2007. Fue reeditado el 20 de mayo de 2011 en Europa como parte del programa Nintendo Selects. Es el quinto juego de la serie WarioWare, y el único juego de la serie que se ha lanzado para la Wii (excluyendo WarioWare D.I.Y. Showcase, otro juego de WarioWare para la Wii). Al igual que sus predecesores, WarioWare: Smooth Moves se basa en una colección de microjuegos que duran unos cinco segundos cada uno, y que requieren que el jugador sostenga el mando de Wii en posiciones específicas. El juego ofrece los microjuegos al jugador en rápida sucesión, indicándole primero que sujete el mando de Wii de una manera específica y mostrándole después el microjuego. Los microjuegos se dividen en varias fases, cada una de las cuales conecta vagamente los microjuegos con la ayuda de una historia. Además, este fue el primer juego de Mario que se lanzó para la consola.