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    Pyoro is a recurring character in the WarioWare series, usually starring in an unlockable minigame. He eats falling seeds with a very long tongue.

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    Pyoro last edited by espiox on 09/13/21 09:48AM View full history

    Pyoro stars in his own minigame in each WarioWare game, usually unlocked by clearing the main game:

    • Pyoro (WarioWare: Mega Microgame$): The player must use Pyoro's long tongue to grab falling beans before they hit the ground. If a bean does reach the ground, a block will be destroyed, restricting Pyoro's movement. Eating a white bean will restore a block. The game ends when Pyoro is hit by a bean.
    • Pyoro 2 (WarioWare: Mega Microgame$): Very similar to the first, but rather than stretching his tongue, Pyoro (colored yellow instead of his usual red) spits seeds at the falling beans.
    • Pyoro R (WarioWare: Twisted!): In this game, Pyoro stands on a grassy hill, surrounded by four flowers. He must use his stretchy beak to stop incoming insects from touching the flowers. If all four flowers are killed, the game ends. Certain insects require the player to shake the GBA to destroy.
    • Pyoro T (WarioWare: Touched!): Very similar to Pyoro R. Pyoro stands on a grassy sphere on the top screen, again with four flowers. The player has to use the touch screen to pull back Pyoro's tail and let to go to fire his tongue at the insects. Rather than shaking the console, certain insects require the player to rotate Pyoro to pull it in. Eating a star will restore one flower. If all four flowers are killed, the game ends.
    • Pyoro S (WarioWare: Smooth Moves): This installment plays more like a vertical shooter. Pyoro is controlled by the Wii Remote pointer, and pressing A fires his tongue. Similar insects to the previous two games are used, with some new additions. Killing a whole group of insects in one shot creates an apple to collect for points. Killing a group of flashing enemies will give Pyoro two smaller birds at his sides which fire their tongues in unison. Grabbing a beehive-like ball lets the player use it to smash up insects until it breaks. The game ends when Pyoro touches an insect.
    • BIRD (Game & Wario): Plays almost identically to the original Pyoro, but simultaneously appears as a Game & Watch-style LCD game on the Wii U GamePad and a colorful, HD game on the TV screen.
    • Pyoro (WarioWare Gold): A remake of the original Pyoro with redrawn graphics.
    • Super Pyoro (WarioWare Gold): The top screen appears the same as regular Pyoro, but the bottom screen shows a cave below the regular playing field. When a section of floor is removed, beans can fall to the bottom screen, where they sprout a beanstalk topped with a new bean, worth more points. When special beans sprout, they create a Star Bean that turns Pyoro into the much larger Super Pyoro.
    • Showdown (WarioWare: Get It Together!): Rather than appearing in a new game, Pyoro serves as the final boss of Get It Together. The first 16 stages of the fight take the form of microgame-style challenges, tailored to each of the playable characters and tackled in a random order. In each segment, his eyes serve as the weak points. For the final stage, Pyoro turns red and starts attacking Wario with his tongue. Once defeated, Pyoro is unlocked as the final playable character and can be used in all modes and microgames. He can move left and right, and holding down A extends his tongue.

    Pyoro and Pyoro 2 were also released together as the standalone DSiWare game Bird & Beans (Pyoro in Europe). Other than extending the play field to make use of the DS's larger resolution, no changes were made to the gameplay.


    • Pyoro is a parody of Kyorochan, the mascot of Japanese chocolate brand Choco-Balls.
    • While there's no new Pyoro game in WarioWare: D.I.Y., the final downloadable Weekly Game was based on the original Pyoro.
    • Pyoro is the game that appears on TV in the opening cutscene of WarioWare, Inc., which inspires Wario to start making games. Super Pyoro makes a similar appearance in the openings of both WarioWare Gold and WarioWare: Get It Together!
    • Despite appearing in almost every WarioWare game, Pyoro only directly interacts with Wario and his friends in Get It Together.

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