This page explains in detail the interactions between the Pikmin series and the Wario series.

WarioWare: Smooth Moves

20061202 December 02, 2006

WWSM Microgame Pikmin2


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One of 9-Volt & 18-Volt's microgames is based on Pikmin 2. Holding the Wii Remote in the "Finger Food" form, the player must roll over Empress Bulblax an squash all the Pikmin. Depending on the difficulty there can just be one large Pikmin capable of jumping over Empress Bulblax.

WarioWare: D.I.Y. International version

20100328 March 28, 2010


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WWDIY Microgame Pikmin

One of 9-Volt's microgames in the international version of the game is based on Pikmin. It features Olimar holding a Red Pikmin and a curso moving back and forth over a lake. When the player taps the screen, Olimar throws the Red Pikmin to where the cursor is positioned, and the objective is to make him throw the Pikmin onto the rock in the middle of the lake.

The microgame replaces the Murasamejō microgame from the Japanese version, which is completely different.

WarioWare Gold

July 27, 2018


Pikmin5Arrow R Wario

This game is a compilation of microgames from the entire series, and one of 18-Volt's microgames is the "Pikmin 2" microgame from WarioWare: Smooth Moves, which returns with the graphics slightly altered. Also, being part of the "Twist League", the microgame is now controlled by tilting the console.

The game also features compatibility with many different amiibo, including the Pikmin one. Scanning it will make Wario draw a sketch of the Pikmin, which can be exchanged for in-game coins.
Wario can also draw a sketch of Olimar if his amiibo from the Super Smash Bros. series is scanned. (see here)


Copyrights for both series are held by Nintendo.