Wario world – super mario wiki, the mario encyclopedia gas in oil mower


"Ah, ha ha! I’ve finally done it!" Wario chuckles to himself as he does some exploring up his nose. Why does he chuckle, you ask? Because he’s finally completed construction of his beloved castle! "So, whatddya think? Pretty sweet, eh? The sparkling golden walls, the luxurious chandeliers… And how about these marble floors? It’s a wonderfully gorgeous castle for wonderful and gorgeous me. Hey, by the way- and this is a secret- the lower chambers are brimming with jewels and treasures that I’ve pilfered from all around the world! What? You wanna take a peek? No way! They’re mine, all mine! … As if I’d actually let you put a single grubby finger on any of my fine treasures! Please! I’m not even gonna let you look at any of them!" Yes, Wario is feeling pretty fine. However, unbeknownst to him, something terrible has happened to his jewels. Sleeping buried under all of his treasures is a powerful black jewel that all but wiped out civilization long ago. And now, on an evening where a red moon rises, the evil black jewel awakens. "Huh? What’s all that noise downstairs?! I was just getting ready to floss the gunk out of my toes! Gah! I HATE distractions!"

When Wario finally notices that something strange is happening, it’s already too late. The evil black jewel downstairs has managed to engulf many of the other treasures and is rapidly growing larger and larger! And not only that–it’s churning out monsters as well! Yes, that’s right! It seems that the curse that this jewel carries lets it turn treasures into monsters. To make matters worse, the black jewel has decided that it wants to build a kingdom of its own and is changing Wario’s world into quite a weird place. "Whoa! What the heck’s going on here?! My castle’s going nuts! Who did all this? Who are all these weirdos? WHAT IN THE WORLD IS HAPPENING TO MY CASTLE?!" After yelling this, Wario begins angrily stomping his feet. He’s come completely unglued! But then, somehow, he subdues his anger and while thoughtfully prospecting his nostril, he gets ahold of himself. "Using my brilliant brainpower, I think… Wait! That must be it! This is the work of that weird, black-colored jewel! I thought there was something off about that thing the first time I laid eyes on it! Why, that arrogant little PUNK! It actually thinks it can outwit the great Wario! Somehow, someway, I’m gonna take back every last treasure it stole from me! Then I’ll smack that thing 100 times!! AAAARRRRGGGGHHHH!!" Once Wario gets angry, absolutely nothing scares him. And so, after stuffing four full heads of garlic into his mouth, he stamps out in a furious rage to meet the monsters!

The game begins with Wario sitting on his throne in his completed treasure-covered castle laughing. In the lower floor, below the throne room lies an evil Black Jewel, who, thousands of years before, had corrupted any and all who owned it, causing chaos and destruction. To put a stop to this, Spritelings encased the Jewel and put it asleep for all eternity. Tragically, when Wario stole the Jewel thousands of years later, the Black Jewel soon awakened.

Wario, still drooling over his treasures and laughing back at the throne room, soon sees his castle rumble and before he knows it, the black jewel has turned his castle into a brand new world. This new world is separated into four sections: Excitement Central, Spooktastic World, Thrillsville, and Sparkle Land. Each world consists of two levels and a boss fight. The worlds are reached from a main hub area. The hub area also leads to the Treasure Square where the huge treasure box containing the black jewel is placed. Wario must travel through all worlds before going up to defeat the black jewel and lock it back in its chest where it belongs. After defeating the jewel, he regains his castle and riches.

Wario World was a commercial success, selling over 256,000 copies in the United States of America, and over 142,000 copies in Japan. The game was re-released as part of the Player’s Choice label in 2004, along with Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour. [ citation needed]

The game received fairly positive reviews, being praised by critics for its gameplay, but was also criticized by many for its short length. GameSpy commented that "the game offers a little beyond of what the regular tridimensional games offers, however, what is offered is short and repetitive". GameSpot stated that its length and simpleness can’t hold the player’s attention for more than a day. The Play magazine gave the game a perfect score, stating that " Wario World pays off every second the player holding the controller, and that is greatness". Game Informer praised the game’s boss battles. IGN’s reviewer, Matt Casamassina, stated that "the game is fine, but not as fine as a Mario game". [ citation needed] Pre-release and unused content [ edit ] Main article: List of Wario World pre-release and unused content References in later games [ edit ]

• The quality of Wario Castle at the end of the game depends on how many Spritelings the player saved throughout: plant, wood, stone, silver, gold, and full of treasures. A similar situation occurs in Luigi’s Mansion only with the mansion looking better depending on how many collectibles Luigi obtained.