Wario brings his usual madness to the Wii
Examples of games and gestures include:
Pointing the remote forward - "The Remote Control": Moving a flash-light to find a character. Shooting cans, sauté vegetables in a pan,
Holding the remote upright - "The Umbrella": Swatting a fly, changing car gears
Holding the remote horizontally (facing towards)- "The Chauffeur": Rotating a maze, driving a car
Holding the remote horizontally (facing up) - "The Handlebar": Pumping a balloon
The graphics are sharp and the game is well presented and full of charm, but the games have a deliberate and varying style of graphics. Some are represented by basic child like sketches, some are shown as basic 3D models, and some are 2D cartooney graphics. There's even a set of games based on retro Nintendo games which can range from the NES era with 'Super Mario Bros' coin collecting game, to Gamecube era with 'Metro Prime' Samus rolling game. A few games seem to suffer from control issues, and some games need the remote to be pointed directly at the sensor bar, but the game never tells you that. Overall, Smooth Moves is a great game but personally I found Touched on the DS to be a better game because it seems more crazy and frantic which is what the Wario Ware series is all about.