Wario games:

Wario logo1992: Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins ¹
1994: Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
1997: Mario Kart 64 ²
1998: Wario Land II
1998: Mario Party ³
1999: Mario Golf
2000: Wario Land 3
2001: Mario Kart: Super Circuit
2001: Wario Land 4
2002: Animal Crossing
2003: WarioWare, Inc.: Minigame Mania
2003: Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
2004: WarioWare: Twisted!
2004: Super Mario 64 DS
2005: Mario Kart DS
2006: New Super Mario Bros. ¹⁰
2006: Rhythm Tengoku ¹¹
2008: Super Smash Bros. Brawl ¹²
2008: Mario Kart Wii ¹³
2008: Rhythm Paradise ¹⁴
2011: Mario Kart 7 ¹⁵
2014: Mario Kart 8 ¹⁶
2014: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ¹
2014: Nintendo Badge Arcade ¹⁸
2015: Super Mario Maker ¹⁹
2016: Minecraft ²⁰

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Footnotes:

  1. Wario appears as the game’s villain.
  2. Wario is a playable character.
  3. Wario is a playable character.
  4. Wario is a playable character.
  5. Wario is a playable character.
  6. The game Wario’s Woods is unlockable and fully playable.
  7. Wario is a playable character.
  8. Wario is an unlockable playable character, with a role in the story.
  9. Wario is a playable character.
  10. Wario appears in a mini-game.
  11. The Space Bunnies make a small playable cameo.
  12. Wario is a playable character and there is a stage based on the series.
  13. Wario is a playable character.
  14. The Space Bunnies make a couple of minor cameos.
  15. Wario is a playable character and there is a race track based on the series.
  16. Wario is a playable character.
  17. Wario is a playable character and there is a stage based on the series.
  18. Several of the games badges depict unseen adventures shared by Ashley and Nikki. Unique artwork of other Wario characters can also be unlocked as badges.
  19. Wario and Ashley are playable characters via Mystery Mushroom.
  20. Wario is a playable character in the Wii U and Nintendo Switch versions of the game and can be encountered online in all console versions.
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