And with that, the super helpful, nicely-produced WarioWare D.I.Y. tutorial videos from Nintendo of America Treehouse have come to a close. Since the game has been out in the wild for a while now, this final set delves into more advanced subject matter.
Part one shows off some neat pseudo 3D effects, while the second video -- thrown after the break, in case you were wondering -- is more focused on showing inventive microgames rooted in touch control.
With are discussion of Ron Carmel and Pixel's involvement in WarioWare D.I.Y., you might think we've gone overboard. Normally I would agree, but the game is awesome in a "I'd never expect them to make something like this ... how did this ever happen?" sort of way.
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