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Wario is a fascinating Nintendo character. He’s one of the few side characters from the Super Mario Bros. brand to receive multiple game series. From Wario Land to WarioWare, Wario’s been through many whimsical outings that are on par with Mario’s. Wario Ware features Wario and his friends competing in a variety of minigames. These games are guaranteed to make you laugh and ponder.

If you’ve finished playing WarioWare and are looking for alternatives – fret not! We’ve combed through the archives and saved you the hassle with our top 10 picks.

Of course, for all the games we’ve reviewed, we’ve also added a handy link, so you can check out our full thoughts on that and see if it’s something you want to invest your time in.

So without further ado, we present 10 games to check out if you’re looking for a game like WarioWare.

Rhythm Heaven

Rhythm Heaven is an underrated series from Nintendo and one that offers stellar minigames like WarioWare. All its minigames play have a rhythm-based concept behind them that will require you to tap a button to its many diverse beats. Unlike WarioWare, this game doesn’t have a clear storyline nor does it follow a reoccurring protagonist.

The mini-games vary in theme but lean into musical beats and rhythm. For instance, there are minigames dedicated to leading a chorus in a musical number and some that have you interviewing a masked wrestler. Each game requires accurate precision and concentration. With its enjoyable gameplay loop, countless entertaining scenarios, and colorful aesthetics, you’re bound to enjoy this underappreciated series from Nintendo.

Mario in Mario Party Superstars

Mario Party (Series)

Mario Party is an incredible spin-off title that’s ruined people’s relationships for decades. People flock toward this game for its entertaining gameplay and the cunning ploys you can pull on your loved ones and friends. Essentially, you’ll choose a character from the Super Mario Bros. series line-up and compete to retrieve countless stars within a specific set of rounds.

When the game concludes, the person who has the most stars is declared the winner. It’s a simple structure that surprisingly works since each game you play can lead to multiple heart-pumping scenarios. While the series isn’t as grand as it used to be, fans loved the entries where you could purchase items to swipe coins from opposing players.

If you enjoyed the competitive and wacky nature of WarioWare, you’ll likely fall in love with Mario Party.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

Fall Guys is a party game full of absurdity and charm. It’s a free-to-play title that has players compete in a battle-royale-like format. While the game features multiple mini-games, its best challenge lies with its obstacle course mode. If you ever watched the tv show Wipeout, you’ll know what to expect from this game.

Essentially, players must guide their bean-shaped character to the obstacle course’s goal. Each level is littered with hazards that will push you off the map or halt your progress. If you’re cunning enough, you can also sabotage enemy players’ progress toward reaching the goal. It’s an adorably-designed game that will leave you laughing, raging, and wondering why it works.


McPixel is a point-and-click single-player title with countless mini-games. In it, you must help McPixel, a save-the-day-themed guy complete several challenges that are short and nerve-wracking. Each minigame is themed around those timed-bomb moments you catch in spy-themed films and tv shows.

With only 20 seconds to spare, you must prevent multiple objects from blowing up. You’re given the needed tools to prevent these explosions from happening. Each puzzle gets more challenging the further you progress, like WarioWare. The time aspect is another trait both games share too. The music adds to your immersion in the game and will trigger gamers who don’t like timed activities.

With unique bonuses, secrets, and a decent-level creator, McPixel is a small and sweet title worth picking up.

Rayman Raving Rabbids (Series)

Everybody loves Rayman. At least they did until the Rabbids showed up. Jokes aside, Rayman Raving Rabbids sought mixed reception over the years due to many believing the Rabbids gained more priority over Ubisoft’s beloved platforming mascot. While many aren’t fond of the Raving Rabbids titles, others appreciate them for their fun minigames, wacky scenarios, and cutesy aesthetic.

In this series, you must help Rayman overcome the Rabbid threat by competing in numerous minigames. Whether it involves carrying a tower of sandwiches to a customer or unleashing the biggest burp imaginable, Ubisoft crafted many unique minigames that’ll hold a genuine impression on most folks. Like WarioWare, you’ll wind up laughing at the characters as they perform these ridiculous stunts.

If you’re looking for another game with similar humor, fun minigames, and colorful characters, consider trying the Rayman Raving Rabbids series.

Dude, Stop

Dude, Stop is an amusing puzzle game and one that encourages players to break its rules. From muting the narrator and ignoring the game’s tutorials, it tries its hardest to turn players into delinquents. The game features many collectibles and achievements for you to earn. The puzzles are diverse and never grow tiring to play.

It resembles the nonsensical nature of WarioWare’s minigames. The game contains self-aware humor and includes many weird and obscure references to all types of media. Its humor won’t be for everyone, though. There are some jokes that don’t stick the landing, but many of them will tickle your funny bone.

If you’re looking for a game with wacky minigames and decent humor, check out Dude, Stop.

Party Panic

Party Panic is a party game with great local and online multiplayer. In it, players move across a board and compete in 30+ fast-paced minigames. It’s a game that will make players giggle, smile, and cry while playing it. Its humor is on par with what you’d stumble upon in the WarioWare franchise. The game can be enjoyed alone with bots, but you’ll gain a better experience playing with friends.

The game’s minigames are diverse and avoid repetition. You’ll find yourself competing in sports like football to escaping a hungry whale’s clutches. As you traverse the game’s board game layout, you’ll collect trophies. Like Fall Guys, Party Panic contains a mode called The Gauntlet, which is an obstacle course mode full of deadly hazards that’ll hamper your progression.

The game features a nice level system that will help you unlock loot boxes with pleasing costumes. With a funny drinking mode and a slew of crazy activities, Party Panic is worth picking up if you need new minigames to play.

Pummel Party

Pummel Party is another party game with amusing minigames. While it emulates Mario Party’s board traversal gameplay, its minigames are more over-the-top and absurd like WarioWare’s. It also has 45-8 players online and local multiplayer and focuses on beating your opponents up until they’re bruised.

Thus the game has a chaotic tone and features characters undergoing severe pain. Whether it’s being shot with a rifle or getting eaten by an earthworm, you’ll question the game’s extreme violence. The game’s boards have well-crafted layouts and structures that make it feel refreshing to traverse through. The minigames offer a myriad of themes that players will find attractive. If you ever dreamed of a mash-up between WarioWare and Mario Party, this game has you covered.


For something that’s a little newer, OddBallers may be worth your time. OddBallers is an outrageous action party game where players compete in explosive dodgeball combat. You won’t be throwing balls, though. Instead, you’ll be letting your fists and explosives do the pummeling for you. From amusing fistfights to dodging crates, this game will get you adrenaline-pumping as fast as WarioWare does.

On that note, the game features multiple arenas that house all sorts of minigames. The arenas play more of a role in this game than in WarioWare, as you must dodge the hazards that are littered within each of them. As you play through the game, you’ll unlock new arenas, modes, and cosmetics for your character. If you’re looking for another party game with absurd humor and enjoyable minigames, check this one out.

Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania

Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania is a fabulous platform action game. While its main mission involves players inserting their player character’s ball into a goal, the game offers all sorts of minigames. Many minigames have you competing in iconic sports from Baseball to American Soccer. Nonetheless, the main fun lies within the game’s single-player gameplay.

The controls are a lot better here than in other Super Monkey Ball titles. Rolling through each level never felt easier, however, fans shouldn’t expect the game to feel easier because of its improved controls. There are levels in the game that will test your patience and coordination skills. These levels offer a great challenge for veteran players and may make you rage.

With over 300 stages, 12 mini-games, and many colorful veteran and guest characters to choose from, Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania is a magnificent action platformer that’s worth your money.

So there we have it, our 10 video game picks to keep you busy after playing WarioWare.

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