Chase Mii was a Wii U tech-demo featured at E3 2011. The demo showcased the Wii U's unique "asymmetrical gameplay" functionality. The player with the GamePad controlled a Mii attempting to avoid capture by the opposing players who controlled their Miis with Wii Remotes on the TV screen. The GamePad displayed an entire map of the area with the locations of all the players, while the TV displayed a third person perspective of the opponents. It was later developed into Nintendo Land and rebranded as Mario Chase.