Summary: From Brain Training to Wii Fit, Nintendo has now made a decent game about programming. The tutorials are very friendly, though may be at a level above what small children can understand. The Assembly Challenges are cool, but I wish there were more. The music creator is also useful on its own, and deserves special mention; it's more or less the new version of Mario Paint.
Summary: It's not a "game" strictly speaking, but it is very cool. Create your own QTE-style minigames, plus comic strips and dance tunes - yes, you can also create comics and music! Very easy to use, and infinitely replayable. Creative control rocks! If you like the way the game sounds, then it is highly like you WILL dig it!
Summary: Create your own games? With your own art? Who ever though that kind of user created content was possible? This is truly a gem in modern gaming, it's fun, intuitive and gives liberty to imagination, I would recommend every gamer to get this.
Summary: Warioware games has always been about the variety of micro games that are fun and addicted and now with the new Warioware D.I.Y. you too can make your own micro games and share them with the world. Even better, You can submit your micro games for real competitions and win BIG PRIZES!!!! You can also make comics using your drawing talent as well as compose you own music record to share online too!!
Summary: I can say Warioware is the best game. I believe it's one of the pioneer series which giving great experience from mini-games and new tricks from each gaming device technology. Warioware D.I.Y. presenting features of DSI/DSIXL quite well. My most favorite is Wareware on GBA!!
Summary: D.I.Y. is a fun game that continues the tradition of crazy mini games and quick reflexes. It's pretty fun on the whole but not as good as previous games. There are not as many mini games, but the creation element helps make up for that. It's a great idea and addition for the series to bring something fresh to it. Hopefully the next game will continue to expand on the idea.