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    "You thought that all the Nintendo games are this character's favourites? Well, this is such a real thing!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Awesome Nintendo Gamer
    Age: 9
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Reiko Ninomiya (2003-2008)
    Melissa Hutchison (2018-present)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: WarioWare

    9-Volt is one of the main characters from the WarioWare franchise. He's a 9-year-old boy who is the son of 5-Volt and an unnamed father, loves playing Nintendo games, and wears a yellow firefighter helmet.


    WarioWare, inc: Mega Microgame$!

    9-Volt is first seen skateboarding home from school. Once he reaches home, he sets up a high-tech system with record players. (Note: The tune he plays is remixed at the beginning of SSBB's "WarioWare Medley".) With this system, he hooks up a GameBoy and begins the Microgame Mix. (As a visual gag, the Game Boy has a label that says NOT to revamp, which is ironically what 9-Volt is doing.) During the Mix, the screen displays RolePlay-esque messages depending on what happens, i.e. "microgame appeared!" when beginning a microgame.

    WarioWare: Touched

    9-Volt was at Toy Express where he bought 36-Volt Man and immediately went home to play it. He and 18-Volt beat the game in minutes. The Microgame Mix involes 9-Volt remixing on a record player, while 18-Volt holds a stereo in the background. On the record player, you can see Mario and Luigi figures. After the Microgame Mix, 9-Volt and 18-Volt fall asleep, waking up to discover that they are late for school.

    WarioWare: Smooth Moves

    9-Volt and 18-Volt receive a new game and start playing. Soon, they start to fight over it, and accidentally break it. In his rage, 9-Volt kicks 18-Volt out of his house. 18-Volt then goes around town, looking to buy the game again to make up. he soon comes across a video game store that happens to have it on sale. After the Microgame Mix, 18-Volt reaches for the game, and sees 9-Volt do the same. 9-Volt quivers in sadness and starts bawling. The two make up, and are friends again. (An interesting point is that although the cut scene focused on 18-Volt entering the store, 9-Volt's voice can be heard during the Mix.)

    WarioWare: D.I.Y.

    In the Store, 9-Volt's stage can be played via the Game Blender. 9-Volt's stage screen is an 8-bit game parodying Super Mario Bros. and starring 9-Volt on his skateboard. For every victory, he gets coins from a Question-Mark Block, and for every failure, he falls through the floor. During the "SPEED UP" screen, he eats a powerup. After every Boss Stage, he goes into the castle from SMB. When the castle is tapped, the flag goes up, and fireworks burst. (Fun Fact: In his stage description, 9-Volt says, "What? No, my game is totally original!")

    WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase

    9-Volt makes an appearance in 18-Volt's stage. During the "BOSS STAGE" screen, a giant version of his hat appears. After the Boss Stage, 9-Volt is revealed to be inside the hat. 18-Volt offers his hand in friendly embrace, but when the screen is "tapped" (Press A on the Wii Remote), 9-Volt slaps it away maliciously, and floats away in his giant hat ship.

    Game & Wario

    In 5-Volt's House, 9-Volt is playing on his game console and is trying to beat 18-Volt's score. After not long, 9-Volt beats 18-Volt's high score. After, 5-Volt takes their game and sends 9-Volt and 18-Volt to do their homework. After a while, the homework is finished and 5-Volt gives them back the console. However, 5-Volt has set a new score of 100, forcing both to stay up late. Both 9-Volt and 18-Volt are playable. There is no end card.

    WarioWare Gold

    9-Volt has his own level in the Touch League, as well as a smaller port of Game & Wario's Gamer. (see above.)

    Why He's An Epic Younger Nintendo Gamer

    1. His design looks impressive. Especially for a Younger Nintendo Gamer.
    2. His abilities to play Nintendo videogames looks impressive to see as if he was the best Nintendo gamer ever in the world.
    3. His design in other games look inspirative at times.
    4. Sometimes as seen in Mega Microgame$!-Rhythm Heaven Megamix, the hat he wears is just a big inspiration to Bob the Builder and Mickey Mouse.
    5. Everytime when he sleeps while his mom (5-Volt) tells him to stop playing video games, he understands her.
    6. When he does a lot of homework when 5-Volt (His mom) tells him to stop playing video gamesin Game & Wario is completely understandable.
    7. His quotes in the first WarioWare game made in 2003 look impressive.
    8. He can be very fun to play as.
    9. He's a great friend to 18-Volt. They first became friends when 18-Volt first came to Diamond City Elementary School. They also play video games together.
    10. He cares a lot about his friends.
    11. Melissa Hutchison does a great job voicing him, as she provides a normal voice that fits him very well.

    Bad Qualities

    1. Sometimes, he can be very annoying at times when his mom (5-Volt) tells him to stop playing video games.
    2. His voice clips can also be annoying at times. This was not the case in Gold-onwards since his voice actor, Mellisa Hutchinson, did a good job voicing him.
    3. His gameplay in the first Nintendo Switch entry is arguably the worst one alongside Kat & Ana's.


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