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Super Metroid (microgame)

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Super Metroid
Appears in WarioWare: Get It Together!
Type Nintendo Classics
Command Guide!
Info "Did you know Samus can turn into a Morph Ball and roll around and stuff? Isn't she THE COOLEST?! Help her get to the exit! 1994: SNES"
Points to clear 25

Super Metroid is one of the microgames in 9-Volt's Nintendo Classics level in WarioWare: Get It Together! It is based on and named after Super Metroid, and recycles graphics from the game, albeit upscaled for the Nintendo Switch.


The goal is for the player to destroy Fake Blocks to push Samus to the ground and guide her to a Locked Door on either side of the screen. When the microgame starts, Samus assumes her Morph Ball form atop a Fake Block. The movement puzzle is randomly generated, and it can include any number of flat or ramped platforms and Fake Blocks.

  • Level 1: The microgame takes place in north-western Norfair near where the Ice Beam is located. The player has to break one or two blocks and push her towards one of the hatches.
  • Level 2: The microgame takes place in the bubble area of Norfair. Clearing a path for Samus is more complicated and involves breaking one or more blocks.
  • Level 3: The microgame takes place in the Wrecked Ship. Navigating Samus to one of the hatches is more complicated and may involve breaking multiple blocks and/or pushing her through narrow tunnels.

Once Samus reaches a Locked Door, she returns to her usual form, shoots the door open, and runs through.

If two players are utilized for this microgame, the player that guides Samus to one of the hatches receives an effort point or, in the case of Rising Star, a star.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーメトロイド
Sūpā Metoroido
Super Metroid
Korean 슈퍼 메트로이드
Syupeo Meteuroideu
Super Metroid


  • It was briefly shown during the Treehouse Live event following the Nintendo Direct on June 15, 2021. It could be seen in the top right corner as the presenters are discussing microgames that reference classic Nintendo games. A screenshot released through a WarioWare: Get it Together! demo on the eShop showed Samus morphed in the microgame.