This game is fantastic. Let me just get that out of the way first. Definitely the most innovative game out for the Wii right now. The only problem that I had with this game is that although the multiplayer is fun, it does not stand up to the Gamecube warioware in terms of multi player. The main thing is that you cannot have simultaneous play. The multiplayer modes are all pretty much variations on the Survival games in the gamecube one, but again, they are really fun. I recommend this game to anyone. If you find a copy, buy it.
Forget Zelda...Warioware is the game that really shows off the many uses of the Wiimote. If you ever played any of the Warioware games before you may have an idea of what to expect. Although except some great suprises. If you have never played a Warioware you are in for a treat. The idea is play 3-5 second minigames as they progressively get faster and harder all while having you hold the Wiimote in different positions. Not only are the games fast but usually you have to figure out what to do based on a one or two word intro. Don' t worry this is part of the charm of quick thinking to advance. After beating each level replaying them allows you to unlock new minigames. Expect to look like a fool playing and then after you have gotten the families attention with your antics don't be suprised if you catch them trying it. By the way good luck getting the game back. Save yourself some time and just click buy it now. Ok back to Warioware.
This game is super-fun from the second you pop in "WarioWare: Smooth Moves." You click the game channel from the Wii Menu, and the first thing you hear is Wario's rude, obnoxious voice screaming "It's ah-Wii, Wario!". Once you hear his voice, you know you are in for some extreme fun. The games you play are unimaginably wacky. From picking a nose, to scrubbing a cow's rear, each mini-game is completely original and uses the Wii-Remote to its fullest potential. If I have one bone to pick with "WarioWare," it is that the cut-scenes in the story mode are a bit long, and you can't skip through them. But, if that is the only thing bad I can say about the game, it must be great!