___________________________ | Mawaru Made in Wario | | まわる メイド イン ワリオ | Orbulon Japanese Quiz Games Guide and Translation by: Titney e-mail: titney AT pocketheaven DOT com version: 4.0 date: 2004, December 9 Contains Japanese in Shift-JIS format. To see it correctly, make sure you have Japanese support installed, then: Choose the "View" menu in your browser Choose the "Encoding"/"Character Coding" entry (or similar, depends on browser) Find and select "Japanese (Shift-JIS)", you may have to look through a few sub- menus Now this FAQ should display Japanese characters correctly. _________ | Updates | v4.0 - 2004, December 9 Added Shift-JIS info v 3.0 - 2004, November 6 Added Switch letters level 3 guide Thanks to Shdwrlm3 and Tatsurou! v 2.0 - 2004, November 5 Added Switch Letters level 1 and 2 guide v 1.0 - 2004, November 4 Initial release with What's This? guide for all levels _____________ | Introduction | This is a guide and translation of the two Japanese quiz games in the Orbulon level. What's This? where you identify a picture and Switch Letters where you make letters change place to form a word. When playing, if you want to use this guide, I suggest pausing the game as soon as you've seen the puzzle. Then look it up here, and look for the right letters in the game. This way is much easier than memorizing all the puzzles at once. ______________ | What's This? | | これはなに？ | Identify the word from the picture. In each puzzle you need to pick a certain number of letters to complete a word. You get five letters to choose between. They're randomly ordered every time. All the letters are always hiragana, so if you know a little bit of that it helps a lot. Tilt the GBA left and right to select the letter you want, and press A to choose the selected letter. This micro-game appears randomly when you play Orbulon's level in the main game. To clear it the first time you only need to do one level 1 puzzle, when replaying the levels will increase. You can also find this micro-game in the album. The icon is a green and red square on blue background. You need to clear 15 puzzles of all three levels to earn the crown. In the puzzle descriptions below the structure is as follows: The English word in brackets ex. [Cat] is a description the image shown in each puzzle. Japanese letters of the full word follows. The letters which are given from the beginning are marked: [*] given [ ] you fill in Below that is the pronounciation of each letter given. Within each level I've sorted the puzzles alphabetically according to the English description for easy finding. In the actual game they appear randomly, one level after the other. _________ | Level 1 | One letter to fill in [Cat] ね こ [*] [ ] ne ko [Dog] い ぬ [*] [ ] i nu [Elbow] ひ じ [*] [ ] hi ji [Mosquito] か [ ] ka [Mouth] く ち [*] [ ] ku chi _________ | Level 2 | Two letters to fill in [Clock] と け い [*] [ ][ ] to ke i [Computer] ぱ そ こ ん [*][*] [ ][ ] pa so ko n [Fish] さ か な [*] [ ][ ] sa ka na [Orange] お れ ん じ [*][*] [ ][ ] o re n ji [Phone] で ん わ [*] [ ][ ] de n wa _________ | Level 3 | Three letters to fill in [Animals] ど う ぶ つ [*] [ ][ ][ ] do u bu tsu [Backpack] ら ん ど せ る [*][*] [ ][ ][ ] ra n do se ru [Beetle] か ぶ と む し [*][*] [ ][ ][ ] ka bu to mu shi [Squid] あ る め い か [*][*] [ ][ ][ ] a ru me i ka [Sun] た い よ う [*] [ ][ ][ ] ta i yo u ________________ | Switch Letters | | いれかえモジ | Switch the letters given to form a word. Each puzzle gives you a certain number of letters. There are no images to help out here. The letters are both hiragana and katakana, so if you know a little of those it helps. However, even if you don't know any Japanese you should be able to solve some level 1 and level 2 puzzles simply by luck. Just keep switching like crazy! Tilt the GBA left and right to move the selection arrow. Press A to switch the two cards it points to. This micro-game appears randomly when you play Orbulon's level in the main game. To clear it the first time you only need to do one level 1 puzzle, when replaying the levels will increase. You can also find this micro-game in the album. The icon is three blue cards and a red switching arrow. You need to clear 10 puzzles of all three levels to earn the crown. In the puzzle descriptions below the structure is as follows: Japanese letters in the order of the solved word. Below that is the pronounciation of each letter. The last is an English translation of the word. _________ | Level 1 | Three letters to switch か ば ん ka ba n bag き っ て ki t te see さ か な sa ka na fish で ん わ de n wa phone _________ | Level 2 | Four letters to switch で ん し ゃ de n sh a train ひ こ う き hi ko u ki airplane ラ イ オ ン ra i o n lion え ん ぴ つ e n pi tsu pencil _________ | Level 3 | Five letters to switch お か あ さ ん o ka a sa n mother じ ど う し ゃ ji do u sh a automobile う で ど け い u de do ke i wrist watch し ょ く ぶ つ sh o ku bu tsu plant _________ | Credits | Thanks to Nintendo for this great game! Thanks to Shdwrlm3 and Tatsurou email@example.com for help with level 3 of letter switch! Very useful dictionary: Jim Breen's WWWJDIC Server: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/wwwjdic.html ___________ | Copyright | Copyright Titney 2004 All rights reserved. Do not modify this document. May only be published on www.gamefaqs.com. 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