WarioWare: Smooth Moves, known in Japan as Odoru Made in Wario (おどるメイド イン ワリオ, lit. "Dancing Made in Wario"), is a party video game developed by Nintendo SPD and Intelligent Systems. The game was published by Nintendo for its Wii video game system in Japan in December 2006, and in Europe, North America, and Australia in January 2007. It is the fifth game in the WarioWare series of games. Like its predecessors, WarioWare: Smooth Moves is built around a collection of microgames that last about five seconds each, and which require that the player hold the Wii Remote in specific positions. The game offers the microgames to the player in rapid succession, by first instructing the player to hold the Wii Remote in a specific manner, and then showing them the microgame. The microgames are divided into several stages, which each loosely connect the microgames with the help of a story.
Smooth Moves was given generally favorable reviews, receiving aggregated scores of 83% from Metacritic and 82% from Game Rankings. Praise focused on the game's entertainment value, especially at parties, while criticism targeted its length. WarioWare: Smooth Moves received a ToyAward in the Trend and Lifestyle...