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Wario symbol
Wario-Man standing.
Universe Wario
User(s) SSF2 Wario head
Type Final Form
Effect Wario transforms into Wario-Man, making him more powerful.

Wario-Man (ワリオマン) is Wario's Final Smash in Super Smash Flash 2.


By eating a clove of garlic, Wario transforms into Wario-Man and becomes stronger, faster and takes less knockback, and receives floaty properties. His attacks are more powerful and he can also jump higher than normal. Wario-Man is one of the many Final Forms in the game, which means he is a separate character from Wario.


Ground attacks

Attack Description Damage
Standard attack Does a left hook and a right hook, while moving forward. 5% (first hit), 5%(second hit)
Down tilt Thrusts his hand diagonally downward while crouching. Buries opponents. 7%
Down smash Does an Earthshake Punch. 19%
Forward tilt Performs a short straight-punch. 16%
Forward smash Winds back and delivers an enormous backhanded punch. 21%
Up tilt Thrusts both hands in the air. 10%
Up smash A spinning headbutt. This attack hits multiple times. 12%-13%
Dash attack Flops forward on his belly. 12%

Aerial attacks

Attack Description Damage
Neutral aerial Stretches out hands and legs in a skydiver pose and spins. 15% (each hit)
Forward aerial Flying forward kick. 15%
Back aerial A backwards headbutt. 15%
Up aerial Claps both hands above himself. 18%
Down aerial Turns upside down and spins while falling, hitting with his head. 4% (per hit)

Grabs and throws

Attack Description Damage
Grab Reaches forward with his hand. N/A
Pummel Punches opponents with one hand. 1%
Forward throw Hits opponents away with his rear end. 9%
Back throw Spins the opponent around thrice and throws them away. 15%
Up throw Tosses the opponent up and bumps them with his head. 15%
Down throw Violently sits on opponents. Does 2 hits. 7%

Other Attacks

Attack Description Damage
Ledge attack Climbs up, then swipes his hand in front of him. Is a one hit KO. 10%
Floor attack Punches around himself, starting with in front of him. 10%

Special Moves

Attack Name Description Damage
Standard special move Chomp Opens his jaws to trap opponents he comes into contact with. Automatically chomps on opponents, and throws them forward. If the player presses the special button, Wario-Man will chomp on opponents, but it will not do damage. 6%
Side special move Shoulder Bash Dashes forward shoulder-first, knocking back any opponent in his way. 13%
Up special move Corkscrew Launches into the air while spinning around, damaging opponents on his way. 18% (in the air) 2% (on the ground)
Down special move Wario Waft Releases a fart that can be charged over time to be more powerful, ranging from a small waft to a large explosion. 0%-30%


Misc. Description
Taunts Standard Wario-Man laughs so hard that his jaw breaks, so he has to forcefully put it back in place with his hands.
Side Wario-Man shakes his rear end at the camera while snickering.
Down/Up Wario-Man yells, "Wa, wa, wa!" while putting up 3 fingers for each "Wa!" which supposedly symbolizes the "W" for Wario, and holds up 6 fingers in the last "Wa!" while facing the screen.
Special Abilities Takes reduced knockback.


Wario-Man originates from WarioWare: Twisted! and WarioWare: Touched!, appearing as the alter-ego for Wario. In both games, once the player has beaten all of the microgame compilations from the other characters, the player unlocks Wario-Man's microgames compilation. In WarioWare: Twisted, Wario transforms into Wario-Man after falling into Dr. Crygor's invention: the Gravitator while in WarioWare: Touched! Wario transforms after consuming a rotten piece of garlic. This "new character" then appears on the main menu with a brand new set of microgames available to attempt. Wario-Man's games were the last of its kind both times and were more challenging than the preceding games.




Early designs


  • Prior to Beta, when Wario started his transformation he would comically grow very brief into a muscular, Zangief-like version of Wario-Man before shrinking back to his regular size.
  • In version 0.9a of the SSF2 Demo, whenever Wario-Man tries to grab the opponent, it would glitch and Wario-Man would continue to repeat the grab animation until he returns to normal and, like all the other Final Forms (except Fire Mario), he cannot use his up smash. If he tried to charge the Home-Run Bat he would be stuck in the animation, but he would still be able to hit opponents and cannot be hurt himself. This was fixed in v0.9b.
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