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Nintendo revealed five more Game and Wario minigames of the Wii U title’s 16 total.

Disco, a beat-matching minigame; Sketch, which is similar to Pictionary; Pirate, another rhythm-focused game in which players use the GamePad to catch arrows fired from a pirate ship; Gamer, a meta mini game in which the player plays a player playing Wario-like games; and Taxi, which sees players rescuing farm animals from flying saucers as by driving around the map and bringing them back to the barn.

All of Game and Wario’s minigames revolve around using the GamePad—often in interesting ways, such as using the GamePad as a shield in Pirate.

Game and Wario launches on Wii U in North America June 23.

Five More Game and Wario Minigames Revealed

By | 04/17/2013 01:00 PM PT

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Nintendo revealed five more Game and Wario minigames of the Wii U title’s 16 total.

Disco, a beat-matching minigame; Sketch, which is similar to Pictionary; Pirate, another rhythm-focused game in which players use the GamePad to catch arrows fired from a pirate ship; Gamer, a meta mini game in which the player plays a player playing Wario-like games; and Taxi, which sees players rescuing farm animals from flying saucers as by driving around the map and bringing them back to the barn.

All of Game and Wario’s minigames revolve around using the GamePad—often in interesting ways, such as using the GamePad as a shield in Pirate.

Game and Wario launches on Wii U in North America June 23.

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