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Parents need to know that Game & Wario is a collection of mini-games -- lasting a few minutes each -- and microgames that only last a few seconds apiece. There is little to be concerned about here, though be aware of some light animated violence, including arrows shot at enemies, and some crude humor, such as nose-picking.
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Families can talk about game types. Should Nintendo continue to crank out these familiar game types with the same characters -- or should they take more of a chance on all-new intellectual properties (IPs)? Do people want the same game concepts rehashed out of familiarity or is Nintendo resting on its laurels?
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- Platforms: Nintendo Wii U
- Subjects: Arts: music, playing, rhythm
- Skills: Self-Direction: achieving goals, set objectives, time management
Thinking & Reasoning: applying information, problem solving, solving puzzles
Creativity: making new creations
- Price: $39.99
- Available online? Available online
- Developer: Nintendo
- Release date: June 23, 2013
- Genre: Mini-games
- Topics: Magic and Fantasy, Adventures, Cats, Dogs, and Mice, Horses and Farm Animals, Misfits and Underdogs, Monsters, Ghosts, and Vampires, Music and Sing-Along, Pirates, Robots
- ESRB rating: E for Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor
- Last updated: November 11, 2020
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