Last week, my closest cousin (geographically and emotionally) and his wife purchased a Wii. With this Wii, they purchased a game called Warioware: Smooth Moves. Warioware: Smooth Moves is a party game that supports a ridiculously large number of local players, since it only uses one Wiimote passed between players. The game consists of incredibly short mini-games that are part of an overall scoring process. The upcoming player is identified, the necessary controller position is identified, then a 3-5 second mini-game pops up. Once the mini-game is done, the next player is quickly identified, the new controller position is detailed, and another mini-game pops up. The gap between mini-games is less than 10 seconds, making each player turn approximately 15 seconds. It is a fantastic, fun, fast-paced game that is very easy to lose track of time with, and very easy to get excited about. If you’ve got a Wii, we definitely recommend picking up Warioware: Smooth Moves.
-Because I said so