The Nintendo DS version of the Wario Ware series features more than 180 all-new, factory-fresh microgames. Wario Ware, Inc. DS has all of the frantic five-second microgame action of the previous games, but with a touching new twist: you can play every microgame with the Nintendo DS touch screen. Many games will even utilize the system's built-in microphone. Players have to slice fruit as they fly across the screen, trap a duck as it walks under a cage, pluck a large facial hair by its root, spin a toilet paper roll until it's bare, hit a row of cats as they leap out, and many more. The game uses the two DS screens to present a double-high version of the familiar "squigglevision" elevator used in the Game Boy Advance and GameCube versions of Wario Ware, and when the door opens, it reveals the mini-game on the lower screen.