Game & Wario – Part 16 – Bird (Pyoro's Stage)

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Remember, I am still counting votes for the plush (or other collectible item) you want my profile picture to be. Currently, in the lead is Snoopy in a Hoodie (3 votes), then Snivy and Shiny Glaceon (2 votes). The Shine Sprite, Bowser Jr., Fluttershy, Ice King, Stunfisk, and Vanellope von Schweetz have 1 vote each. (You may vote for more than one.) This is the list, by alphabetical order by franchise:

– Ice King (Adventure Time) (cardboard standee)
– Lilac (Beanie Ballz)
– 1940s Donald Duck (Classic Disney Shorts)
– Timothy Mouse (Dumbo)
– Nemo (Finding Nemo)
– Dory (Finding Nemo)
– Ryofu Housen (Ikki Tousen) (vinyl figurine)
– Skully (Jake and the Neverland Pirates)
– Lavie Head (Last Exile)
– Randall Boggs (Monsters, Inc./Monsters University)
– Fluttershy (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic)
– Derpy Hooves (My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic) (vinyl figurine)
– Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto Shippuden)
– Snoopy in a Hoodie (Peanuts)
– Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean) (vinyl figurine)
– 10th Anniversary Pikachu (Pokémon)
– Meloetta (Aria Forme) (Pokémon)
– Meloetta (Pirouette Forme) (Pokémon)
– Keldeo (Normal Forme) (Pokémon)
– Stunfisk (Pokémon)
– Drifblim (Pokémon)
– Blaziken (Normal Forme) (Pokémon)
– Braviary (Pokémon)
– Shiny Glaceon (Pokémon)
– Vanillite (Pokémon)
– Lapras (Pokémon)
– Stunky (Pokémon)
– Wailord (Pokémon)
– Snivy (Pokémon)
– Shrek
– Sonic the Hedgehog (vinyl bobblehead)
– Kenny McCormick (South Park)
– Wario (Super Mario)
– Bowser Jr. (Super Mario)
– Shine Sprite (Super Mario)
– Sammy Slug (Mascot of University of California, Santa Cruz)
– Fei-Yen HD (Virtual-On/Vocaloid) (vinyl figurine; Hatsune Miku head)
– Wreck-It Ralph
– Fix-It Felix, Jr. (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Vanellope von Schweetz (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Taffyta Muttonfudge (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Candlehead (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Rancis Fluggerbutter (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Swizzle “The Swizz” Malarkey (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Adorabeezle Winterpop (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Minty Zaki (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Snowanna Rainbeau (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Gloyd Orangeboar (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Crumbelina DiCaramello (Wreck-It Ralph)
– Jubileena Bing-Bing (Wreck-It Ralph)

This is the last new stage in the single-player mode, “Bird.” Despite his absence in WarioWare: Snapped! and WarioWare: D.I.Y., Ko Takeuchi and the others have not forgotten about Pyoro, though he does have a microgame in D.I.Y. and his own game in the DSiWare shop. (In hindsight, he does resemble the red bird from Angry Birds a bit.) The title screen for “Bird” most definitely does NOT resemble Angry Birds though. It kind of reminds me of A Series of Unfortunate Events, actually.

This one is very straightforward, and the same thing happens on the TV as it does on the Wii U GamePad, only in a different art style. You press left and right to make Pyoro move left or right, and you hold down A to extend Pyoro’s tongue. It always goes up 45 degrees in the direction Pyoro is facing. You have to make Pyoro eat as many falling seeds as possible, because if a seed hits the ground, it will produce a hole Pyoro cannot cross. The game ends when the ground crumbles beneath Pyoro’s feet.

The GamePad displays a Game & Watch style representation of what you see up there with Game & Watch style beeps and bloops. (Hence Pyoro’s weird movements in this.)

I don’t really like this one too much: Pyoro is heavily restricted as to where he can go, and his tongue stretches out too slowly, causing you to constantly miss falling seeds and become unable to keep up later on. Every Pyoro game I’ve played prior to this was much superior. (This plays very similarly to Pyoro Classic though, but he only has 12 spaces to walk on, and his tongue is much slower here.)

Oh well. Next up, I’ll show you the multiplayer stages, beginning with Penny’s stage, “Fruit.”

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15 thoughts on “Game & Wario – Part 16 – Bird (Pyoro's Stage)

  1. it's a shame to see a warioware mainstay blunder like this. i usually enjoy the Pyoro games. heck i even got the bird and beans game on my 3DS (along with Paper Plane and the original Warioware). i hope they shape up the next time they do a warioware. if they ever do at all. I bet they're cooking up some microgames for the switch. or remastering the classics with Switch controls

  2. This might be really, really late to comment on considering that this video is around 3 years old, but, anyways, here it goes: I did kinda like this game mostly because on the Gamepad it's done in a Game and Watch type of game, while on the TV, you can only see this. I have to admit, I really love Game and Watch games (even though they are rather simple), which makes this game more fun… (But I honestly like Gamer and Taxi more) Well, this comment became a little bit longer than I expected. Also, I was really late with getting a Wii U, I got it the previous year bundled with SMM, and, two days ago, I bought Game and Wario and WarioWare Smooth Moves, so I was really late with all these games… Ok, I will stop now, I promise…

  3. C'mon, Ice King!

    This seems….not up to par with the rest of the game, more like a microgame than anything else.

    …What kind of seeds are they to produce holes in the ground like that?!

  4. Wow you were right, Pyoro's tongue is very slow compared to the other games he's in. And I would still like to see Shiny Glaceon.

  5. I'll put my vote on any of the sugar rush characters, mainly Rancis Fluggerbutter. Also, this does look inferior to the other versions of "bird".

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