Set for release on January 17th, Wario Ware: Smooth Moves for the Nintendo Wii features “more than 200 lightning-quick microgames and controls that range from scribbling to flailing.” GT previews this title after the jump.

Before the specific challenge is revealed, the game will tell you to hold the controller a specific way: “mohawk” means put it on your head, “waiter” means open your hand and lay it flat in the palm. There are other ways to hold it, too: like a drill, against the waist, in both hands. The game that follows the two second instruction icon uses that particular controller holding motion

[via IGN]

Set for release on January 17th, Wario Ware: Smooth Moves for the Nintendo Wii features “more than 200 lightning-quick microgames and controls that range from scribbling to flailing.” GT previews this title after the jump.

Before the specific challenge is revealed, the game will tell you to hold the controller a specific way: “mohawk” means put it on your head, “waiter” means open your hand and lay it flat in the palm. There are other ways to hold it, too: like a drill, against the waist, in both hands. The game that follows the two second instruction icon uses that particular controller holding motion

[via IGN]