My first submission to WarioWare D.I.Y: The Last Hurrah is a remake of the snapman classic Eat a Baby or a Burglar. A tough moral decision awaits those who play, with some of the possible outcomes previewed above!
Want to play this game? You'll need to
swap friend codes with me actually find me in person. Good luck with that.
For those with flashcarts/emulators/tools/more time on their hands, the .mio file for the game can be downloaded here.
HELP BABY JESIS TO GET TO HIS HOME TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY A.K.A CHISTMAS
GUIDE PLATFORM MOVEMENT JESIS TO POTION TO BECOME 8-DIRECTION MOVEMENT JESIS TO GET TO EXIT AVOID EVERYTHING
A game in which you roundhouse kick flying babies, until such a time as you get bored, and go and do something else. My record is 418 babies kicked. I'd very much like to see yours.
A Klik & Play game based on the title of a GDC talk, as requested via Kickstarter.
In this game, you are literally using your gut to measure ROI, your Remotely Operated Infant.
Compiled in TGF, so it's playable on 64-bit Windows!
oh what a broken game. knock over the obstacles. collect the fruits and vegetables. roll the baby.
left and right arrow to influence the baby's rolling
up is supposed to be a jump button, but if you're next a wall and you tap it repeatedly you can sort of climb
music is armadillo by yubatake
thanks + enjoy
once upon a time there was this country
threaten to death by these babies
only to be saved by these amazing totems
are you the totem?
A game of high-stakes red light, green light.
Keep the child safe and sound.
Avoid obstacles and enemies.
Sand is safe.
Any key - lower or raise baby.
Each second - 1 point
Mango (checkpoint) - 50 points
Kiwifruit (bonus) - 100 points
Collision - lose 100 points
YOU ARE DANGER BABY
YOU MUST SURVIVE IN THE APOCALYPTIC, GENIE-INFESTED WORLD
YOUR ONLY FRIENDS ARE MISSILES
YOU MUST AVOID THINGS FALLING FROM THE SKY BY JUMPING ON THE BACKS OF THE MISSILES WITH THE ARROW KEYS AND SHIFT
YOU MUST CLICK "EASY MODE" OR "HARD MODE" TO START
YOU ALSO MUST NOT QUESTION IF I'M MAKING TOO MANY AVOIDANCE GAMES. BECAUSE I'M NOT. TRUST ME.
It is your decision.