WarioWare DIY known as Made in Ore in Japan is a microgame compilation video game released for the Nintendo DS in 2009. It is the seventh title in the Wario wares series.
Players can design their own microgames, creating their own graphics, music and designing a ‘cassette’ for them. The game features three sections in its main menu: My House, where the player designs microgames, WarioWare, the tutorial, and My Shop, where the player makes microgame cassettes. When creating the music, the player can sing through the DS’s microphone, which the DS then converts into notes. These notes can then be performed by various instruments such as pig noises, similar to music creation in Mario Paint 4.
It also includes 90 premade microgames. Unlike the previous DS title, Wario Wares Touched, the microgames only uses the tapping function of the touch screen, and does not utilize any microphone capabilities.