Try To Identify Satoru Iwata In Game & Wario Minigame, Fruit!
Published on Wednesday, 05 December 2012 21:22
WarioWare has provided gamers with some incredibly joyous moments in the past, so many of us are looking forward to the spin-off, Game & Wario. At Nintendo Direct, it was announced that the game will contain a total of sixteen mini-games, all able to include up to five players. Satoru Iwata focused on one in particular, Fruit. In this mini-game, the player with the Gamepad is a thief trying to steal some apples. Whether to make pie, sauce, or juice, we may never know... but what we do know is that the other players have to track him down by using hints and any suspicious activity. Go on ahead and give it a try- watch the video below and try to figure out where Satoru Iwata is.
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