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Following up quickly on 2003's most original title, this sequel features the same setup as Wario Ware (Made in Wario in Japan). You play through lots and lots of quick five-second mini games, working your way to a final boss mini game encounter. Fail more than three times during the course of a stage and you're sent back to the start. The original's mini games were based around tapping one or two buttons on the GBA. For this sequel, Nintendo has equipped the cartridge with a motion sensor which can detect how you're much you've rotated the Game Boy Advance system from its standard playing position. Most of the mini games use this input system exclusively. In addition to the motion sensor, the cartridge has a rumble motor which shakes a bit as you rotate the system. Over 200 mini games are included in the game.