Wario Land: Shake It! 720p Movies
7cb1d79195 A dreaded pirate takes over a peaceful dimension, and the only hero they can reach is Wario. He embarks on an adventure across the dimension to stop the pirate - and collect as much gold as he can.
(www.plasticpals.com) One could be forgiven for getting Mario and Wario confused, but the Wario games tweak the underlying formula enough that the two play quite differently. Although he looks (and acts) like a brutish thug, Wario faces levels laced with puzzles that would stump the Mario Bros.. Wario concerns himself with collecting treasure over saving damsels in distress, and it's pretty surprising what he has to do to find and collect it all. If along the way he inadvertently saves the day, that's mere icing on the cake.
Keeping things simple, this one is played with the Wii remote tilted sideways. How the game uses the Wii remote's functions may feel like a gimmick at first, but there are some good ones. For example, Wario will encounter a variety of vehicles such as submarines, cannons, and jet packs, which need to be aimed by tilting. Likewise you can shift Wario's weight while riding a unicycle to make it move forward and backward. With a healthy waggle Wario will pound the ground, causing the entire screen to shake, stunning all the enemies on the screen and shaking up objects and certain blocks.
Jumping on most enemies will stun them, allowing Wario to pick them up. You can shake 'em down for some life-restoring garlic, or toss them by tilting the Wii remote to choose the angle of the throw. Throwing stuff with precise aim is central to many puzzles. You'll also shake coin bags to release their shiny