Summary: Simply fun. The only way to really enjoy the game is to have at least one more person to play. The inventive ways to play have mostly been done before, but with quirky warioware tweaks. However, I believe this game should have been sold at a budget price of $30. There's simply not enough content to warrant a +$40 pricetag. Get it whenever the game is on sale and then get a group together for a good time.
Summary: Wario and co. have always shown us what kinds of interesting ways our Nintendo consoles could be used for. In WarioWare Twisted, we saw how cool it was to tilt the Game Boy Advance to shave a guy's beard or guide a ball to a gap. In Touched, we used the stylus to scratch backs, tap buttons, and the mic to blow away Fronks when we weren't supposed to. In Smooth Moves, we used the Wii Remote in all sorts of weird ways (even positioning it by our noses!
Summary: Not actually a great party game, but lots of cool single player modes. I bought it because I thought it would be a solid multiplayer game for my little sisters, but I can't complain. We play it enough.