The WarioWare: D.I.Y. game lets players create the same kind of microgames that are the hallmark of the WarioWare series. Players design every aspect of their creations, including graphics, animation, music and rules. Do It Yourself! Take on the role of game designer and create your own microgames by crafting everything from artwork, animations, music and action instructions. WarioWare: D.I.Y. comes with more than 90 pre-made games to play, but players who have access to a broadband Internet connection can wirelessly download a virtually endless supply of user-generated games, or upload their own creations to share with the world. When creating games, players can utilize a library of pre-made graphics and sound samples, borrow elements from other microgames on their system, or start from scratch.
So, has anyone got this, yet? I'm curious to see your opinions on it. I got it today and am really liking it so far. There's a way to share your creations online with friends, and I think it would be pretty neat to share games, comics, music, etc., with people from the forum.
If anyone's gotten it, feel free to post your impressions/Friend Codes. Also, feel free to ask me any questions about the game, and I'll do my best to answer them with the limited amount of time I've played.
Is this worth getting if you don't have an ounce of creativity?
I figure there's probably not enough games compared to old versions with that being the case.
I think so. It has 90 pre-made games. Nintendo releases games made by famous people in the industry every week or so. They also hold contests where you can make a game based on the theme they choose. The winner's game is posted online.
I could also share my games with you (6 so far), and there is a thread at GiantBomb where we are sharing games.
Lastly, you don't need much creativity to make your own games; you can make a game as simple as flipping a light switch and it's still fun making it. I didn't think I had the creativity, but after completing the tutorials, I was thinking of all sorts of games to make.
So, yes, I think the game is worth it and you should definitely consider getting it.