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Wario's Woods (NES)

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Title Screen

Wario's Woods

Also known as: Wario no Mori (JP)
Developer: Nintendo R&D1
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: NES
Released in JP: February 19, 1994
Released in US: December 10, 1994
Released in EU: 1995


MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Wario's Woods is a puzzle-platformer where Toad has to stop Wario from blowing up a forest. Notable for being the first game in the Mario series where Toad is the main character (followed by Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker decades later), the only NES game to receive a rating from the ESRB, and the last licensed NES game ever released in North America. A moment of silence, if you please...

Unused Music

The last song in the game's NSF. Given that its arrangement is similar to the end credits song used in-game, it may be an earlier version.

A medley of songs in the game, possibly also intended to be end credits music.

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan International
They seem to be very confused at the giant letters in the sky. Wake up!

Aside from the logo change, the international versions altered the top portion of a few of the tree trunks to have a different color compared to the rest of the trunk. The sign to the woods was also altered to have a location-pointing shape.

Gameplay

In the Japanese version, you cannot drop objects underneath you by pressing Up unless you get stuck. The international versions removed this restriction, making the game a bit easier.

Audio

Hmmm...
To do:
Reupload the European music in 50hz.

Some of the songs are different in the European version.

Japan/US Europe

The title screen music's loop is much longer in the European version.

Japan/US Europe

The menu music is completely different in the European version.

Japan/US Europe

The European version of the music for Wario's turn matches the music used in the SNES version.

The European version has a track that plays on the rankings menu, which is similar to a tune that appears in the SNES version. The Japanese and US versions just keep playing the main menu music.

Staff Roll

Japan/US Europe
Wario's Woods - NES - Music Credits (NTSC).png Wario's Woods - NES - Music Credits (PAL).png

Due to the music changes, two more sound composers are credited in the European version: Hiroaki Suga and Tadashi Ikegami, who also made the SNES version's soundtrack.