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Mewtroid 2: Return of Sameow

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Mewtroid 2: Return of Sameow
Appears in WarioWare Gold
Type Minigame Souvenir
Info "Your favorite cat-action-shooting game got a sequel! Captured by Mewtroid, Sameow must take on more dangerous enemies than she's ever faced before. Tilt your system to control gravity, and fire up that laser beam!"
Controls Tilt motion control - Tilt room
A Button - Shoot beam

Mewtroid 2: Return of Sameow is a souvenir featured in WarioWare Gold. It is a minigame which can be unlocked in the game's Toy Room. It is a sequel to the original Mewtroid from WarioWare: Twisted! (also included in WarioWare Gold), and its name is a play on the game Metroid II: Return of Samus. Mewtroid 2: Return of Sameow shows Mewtroid in an Aliens-style power loader. The minigame has color graphics unlike its predecessor, something that is ironically the opposite between Metroid and Metroid II: Return of Samus.

The player controls Sameow, who is hanging from the wall of a spacecraft, and must shoot down as many turtle-like and crab-like enemies as possible. Sameow's range is as far as the top screen, and the player can control Sameow's aim by tilting the system. Defeating a creature yields 100 points; after the turtle-like creatures are defeated, they can take other enemies and cause point chains by rotating the console. After several enemies are defeated, a large, green monster emerges from the bottom screen. The boss can be defeated if four turtle-like creatures fall into its mouth, and its defeat rewards the player with 10000 points. Like the original Mewtroid, the minigame ends if an enemy touches Sameow.

A techno-style arrangement of the Brinstar theme composed entirely of "meows" plays throughout the minigame.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ネコロイド2 ニャムスリターンズ
Nekoroido Tsū Nyamusu Ritānzu
Nekoroid 2: Meowmus Returns (Nekoroid is a portmanteau of "neko", meaning cat, and "Metroid")
The name is a play on Metroid: Samus Returns
Spanish (Americas) Miautroid 2: El retorno de Gátimus Mewtroid 2: The Return of Sameow (Gátimus is a play on gato, cat, and Samus)