WarioWare: Touched! is a video game for the Nintendo DS. Elements of the WarioWare series appear in the third incarnation of Super Smash Bros.
The gameplay is similar to that of WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!, but microgames are only played using the stylus, touch screen and microphone. Examples of microgames include scratching Wario's back, cutting a rope so a cage falls on a duck, and catching fish in a net. After successfully completing a number of microgames, smaller, mostly non-competitive "toys" are unlocked. These use the touch-screen to achieve tasks, such as playing with a yo-yo (in which one must hold the DS upside down), or building a snowman.
It has been regarded by game journalists as one of the games which best utilizes the features of the Nintendo DS, alongside others such as Kirby: Canvas Curse, Nintendogs, and Metroid Prime Hunters.
The game is similar across regions. One of the major differences is the game cover, which is yellow for Europe and deep orange in Japan.
Ashley, a lonely teenage witch who first appears in Touched, has a theme song from this game that was remade specifically for Brawl.
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