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Wii Play
Wii Play (NA)

North American bundle box art - notice the white Wii Remote
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Wii platform icon
Classification(s) Touchgenerations-icon Mii-icon
Genre(s) Party
Rating(s)
ESRB  PEGI  CERO  USK  ACB

03ESRB E  01PEGI 3  01CERO A  01USK 0  01ACB G

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Wii Play
Wii Play is compilation of nine different games demonstrating the Wii's unique controller. It is similar to Wii Sports, with simple gameplay and simple graphics that use the avatar created on the Mii Channel. The game is bundled with the Wii Remote for free.

A sequel was made later for Wii Remote Plus and was called Wii Play: Motion.

Unlike Wii Sports, this game has simpler games to play ranging from simple table games to shooting games. At first, you only have shooting but once the player have finished one game, they'll the next in order until they have all of them.

Like all of the Wii Game series, which includes Wii Sports, Wii Play, and Wii Music, it will use neat little avatars that you can create in the Mii Channel and then download them to the game. The game comes with six ready-made characters, in case you have not created a Mii yet. Almost every game within the game uses these avatars in the crowd, except for Duck Hunt or Laser Hockey. While Billiards Mii characters barely show up in the audience, their heads are used as pictures on the cue ball.

Mii Characters

This game is one of the games to currently use the Mii characters as one of the main characters.

Games

This is a list of the games in Wii Play. Nine games are in the game.

Game

Description

FindMii

Find Mii

Where's Waldo-type challenge using the characters from the Mii Channel.

PoseMii

Pose Mii

Match the pose on screen before time runs out. You will control a selected character from the Mii Channel and guide him to the bubble characters that will fall down. Each bubble character will either be looking left or right, so you will have to change the position of your character to match him with that of the bubble character. If a bubble hits the bottom, you will lose.

LaserHockeyMii

Laser Hockey

A remake of the classic game Pong. A Hockey Table game with plenty of bright lights. Player one is on the left side, and is blue, Player two is on the right side, and is red, Player two will also be the computer if you only have one player.

DuckHuntMii

Shooting Range

A modern version of the classic game Duck Hunt. Shoot the targets that come up. It has been criticized for being too short (5 levels long)

PingPongMii

Table Tennis

A simple game of Table Tennis. The bottom character is player one, and is blue, the top is player two, and is red. While you progress through the game, characters from the Mii Channel will come and start to watch and cheer.

FishingMii

Fishing

A cartoony fishing game with visuals that look like Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island's. It's object is to score as many points as possible.

BillardsMii

Billiards

A 9-ball billiards/pool game, using the Wii Remote to play.

ChargeWii

Charge!

Take the bull by the horns. Steer your wild steer by holding the Wii Remote sideways, as if gripping reins, and topple scarecrows to score points.

WiiTank

Tanks

Take control of a tank with the Wii Remote; aim the cannon and shoot down the opposition.

Music

The tracks "Title" and "Fishing" (composed by Shinobu Tanaka) are available with the CD Touch! Generations Soundtrack

Reception & Impact

Critically, it was looked down upon receiving a tepid 58 on MetaCritic and 61.64% on GameRankings.

Despite this, the game sold well likely due to including a Wii Remote. It steadily sold strongly during the early years of the Wii. Eventually, it became one of the highest selling games at 28.02 sales worldwide since at least 2012.

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