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Nintendo Switch fans can download a brand new demo for an upcoming owner’s exclusive.
Released on Nintendo Switch in September, WarioWare: Get It Together is shaping up to be one of the most enjoyable multiplayer experiences of the year.
And Switch owners can get a taste of the action right now with the launch of a free demo.
The WarioWare: Get It Together demo is available for free on the Nintendo Switch eShop.
“Whet your appetite for micro-games with a free demo of WarioWare: Get It Together !, available now,” reads the official description.
“You can download it from Nintendo eShop on your Nintendo Switch, or through this same page – just log in and press the ‘Download Demo’ button to get started!”
The demo features a selection of microgames, which are playable as different characters from the major cast.
Each character has a unique ability that can be used to complete microgames before moving on to the next.
Wario’s microgames revolve around using his jetpack, as 18-Volt throws a disc to move objects, hit enemies, and clean up paint.
Interestingly, the ability-based action means that the same microgames can be completed in different ways.
The demo even supports two-player multiplayer, although I haven’t checked that particular feature yet.
“This time around, two players can team up to take on hundreds of fast-paced and unusual micro-games,” Nintendo continues.
“Whether it’s plucking armpit hair or pulling out trash bags, you’ll need lightning-fast reflexes to tackle these wacky challenges! “
While the demo asks players to complete as many microgames as quickly as possible, the full game will feature a plethora of different play modes.
This includes Story Mode, where players will unlock the majority of bonus characters.
“Wario and his friends are trapped in their company’s latest game, and only you can help them by taking down microgames. Play it first to unlock more characters and modes.”
Then there is the Variety Pack, which contains ten different games for one or more players. There is also an online mode called Wario Cup, which allows fans to compete for a place in the leaderboards.
As a reminder, WarioWare: Get It Together launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch on September 10.