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|Sneaking through nine locations is easy when you are Wario: Master of Disguise. After Wario jumps into his television and takes over the show of an accomplished thief, he must work his way through ten missions to locate more disguises and avoid his pursuer while attempting to locate an ancient artifact that can grant wishes. Throughout the game, Wario must use such disguises as Space Wario, Dinosaur Wario, and Graffiti Wario to navigate through his environment, take down enemies and defeat end-of-level bosses. For example, Space Wario can fire lasers to unhinge platforms, and Dinosaur Wario can incinerate an enemy with his fire breath. At the beginning, only the thief costume is available, but as you progress more become available. You can revisit each of the environments with your new disguises to gain entrance previously inaccessible areas. Along the way, Wario can engage in eight different mini-games to earn the keys for treasure chests filled with goodies.|
|Game||Wario: Master of Disguise|
|ESRB Descriptor||Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor|
|Number of Players||1|
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- jenlemmorSep 8, 2007by
Wario: Master of Disguise (Nintendo DS)
The game is a must have for Mario fans. It is fun, challenging, never a bit boring and full of twist and turns. My daughter who is an avid fan and user of video games (any system flatform) never had a dull moment in playing this particular game. She's recommending it to kids and adults who are young at heart.
- christyboyd77Jan 25, 2014by
I bought this for my 10 year old son.
My 10 year old son saw a clip of this game online and he loved it. He wanted to buy it so I found it on eBay & ordered it. He loves all things related to Mario.
- melmatt123Sep 7, 2007by
Wario: Master of Disguise DS game
My son wanted this game. He says its a fun game. I would recommend this game to kids around the age of 13.
- logo77745Jul 4, 2007by
This game is incredible! I have always been a fan of mario games and all of the corresponding characters, and this one was no different! Highly recommended for anyone that is a fan of mario and his crew.
- i*live*in*1987Jun 15, 2008by
Innovative and downright odd
I really liked the use of the stylus in this game to activate the different disguises. That was cool.<br><br>But the thing I found funny and weird: the matching game. You mean to tell me there's a lump of crap in a Nintendo game?! But I guess it IS educational. You don't flush a gem down a toilet, you don't leave a baseball in a money sack....and you don't leave, er, excrement in a lunch box.