WarioWare: Twisted!, known in Japan as Mawaru Made In Wario (まわる メイドインワリオ Mawaru Meido in Wario, lit. "Turning Made in Wario") is a video game for the Game Boy Advance that uses motion sensing abilities to do many things on many mini-games. Despite being released in Australia, a PAL region, WarioWare Twisted! never made it to Europe.
WarioWare Twisted! was very popular among critics. Craig Harris, Nintendo editor at IGN, claimed it to be the very best Game Boy Advance game.
WarioWare Twisted! is an innovative title that uses technology similar to what was present in Yoshi Topsy Turvy and Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble for the Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Color, respectively. Every single microgame in WarioWare Twisted! is controlled by twisting the Game Boy Advance left and right. Each game uses it in a unique way. The specially made cartridge also contains a rumble pak that shakes the Game Boy Advance whenever the Gyro Sensor is put into play. WarioWare Twisted! asks what console the player is using when they boot up the game, whether it be a standard Game Boy Advance or a bottom slot system such as the Game Boy Advance SP or Nintendo DS. Despite not working well with a Game Boy Player (and the manual saying it's not compatible), WarioWare Twisted! works nonetheless.