279234_2jpgTeam Phobic's latest release Micro Mayhem [App Store] burst into the App Store just last week and offers a fast-paced Wario Ware-like collection of micro games.

Micro Mayhem offers 25 different mini-games and only a short amount of time to complete each one. Successfully complete a game and you are quickly shuffled off into the next. You are given 3 chances before it's game over. Goal of the game is to reach the highest score possible before your chances run out.

The game can be played in "Normal", "Practice" and "Party" modes. The first two modes are self explanatory, while Party mode lets you pass the game around to your friends in turn to see who can get the highest score.

The developer video gives a great overview of what to expect:

For only $0.99, Micro Mayhem offers some fast paced fun.

App Store Link: Micro Mayhem, $0.99

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  • Yagami_Light

    Sounds cool. The Wario Ware games had way more mini games though. Remember how boring Wario Ware for the DS got, because it had less micro games?

    I'm getting this, but I doubt it will last me months like the GBA Wario Ware games did. I hope they update it with more games!

  • DarkJee


    I'll buy it when (if) it will have an update that will add more micro-games

    • Dudehuge

      It's 99 cents, don't expect a comparable amount of mini games to Wario Ware.

  • Jeff M

    I'm not sure how many games the DS version had, but I'm pretty sure that if it was a $1 for 25 games, it didn't come in at 750 microgames.

    Hence, this seems a pretty great buy, assuming the 25 they offer are well-done for a game of this type. (And I dont' expect a whole lot...)

  • Kris Jones

    It's pretty silly how picky some are in regards to price and quantity of the game. $.99 in the real world lasts you only minutes if you buy a coke, but this game will surely be much more worthwhile.

  • http://www.twitchfactor.com Twitchfactor

    I agree. I don't understand all this bitching about $1. A bag of chips costs more nowadays. I don't even know if you could get on a bus cross town for $1, let alone get any sort of entertainment for $1.

    Anyway, game looks cool, but I'm curious... how does the player in the video know when to turn the iphone? Seems a bit clairvoyant to me.

    • http://www.teamphobic.com Jonas

      I know it's a little hard to see but an arrow that points the direction during the transition. It's plenty of time to be able to switch, or to pass to another player in party mode.