Nintendo Wii Play with Wii Remote
- Shooting Range, a point-and-fire game of target practice in the Duck Hunt tradition
- Billiards, a simplified variation of nine-ball with stunningly realistic physics that uses your Wii Remote as your pool cue
- Find Mii, in which you scan the crowds to find the right Mii - Miis you and your friends created make an appearance
- Tanks!, where you command a toy tank on a miniature battlefield in a gauntlet of 100 missions
- Other games include Pose Mii, Table Tennis, Fishing, Charge! and Laser Hockey
- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Wii Play collects nine quick and addictive games that are easy to pick up and play and hard to put away. Thanks to the intuitive controls of the Wii Remote, even the most inexperienced gamers will have no trouble mastering the controls. Wii Play features nine separate mini-games, including the following: Shooting Range, a point-and-fire game of target practice in the Duck Hunt tradition. Billiards, a simplified variation of nine-ball with stunningly realistic physics that uses your Wii Remote as your pool cue. Find Mii, in which you scan the crowds to find the right Mii—and Miis you and your friends created make an appearance. Tanks!, in which you command a toy tank on a miniature battlefield in a gauntlet of 100 missions. Other games include Pose Mii, Table Tennis, Fishing, Charge!, and Laser Hockey. Every game features a multiplayer mode, so you and your friends can compete for the high score or go head to head to see who’s the best. Wii Play comes with a white Wii Remote so that your friends can join in the action. (Nunchuk not included.)
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Top Customer Reviews
At *al-Mart in Canada, you can buy a Wii-mote (no game) and Nunchuck for about $75.00! The total for the Wii-mote, nunchuck and this game from Amazon.ca was $80.00 with free shipping to boot! Even if you are considering buying another remote and nunchuck, just buy this game with the nunchuck! Wii Play sells for $59.99 in our *al-Mart!
The games are a lot of fun for new people to the Wii, and for when company comes over.
The shooting one - 5 Stars (so much fun!!)
The find mii - 4 Stars (weird)
The ping pong - 4 Stars (relaxing)
The pose mii - 5 Stars (sure makes me sweat)
The neon hockey - 4 Stars (not my thing but my husband loves it)
The fishing - 4 Stars ( a little tricky to work)
The canons - 5 Stars (very tricky, for me at least)
The pool game - 5 Stars (I found it fun)
The cow racing - 5 Stars!! IT IS WORTH IT JUST FOR THAT!!
I want to tell everyone that I own Wii Sports (duh), Mario VS. Sonic Olympic games, and Mario Party 8, and I will seriously recommend this game telling friends and family that it is just as fun as the above games if not more. It has a refreshing speed of play and I just like that I am not killing my arms or shoulders trying to "Lock speed" on Mario VS. Sonic or cursing because it seems that COM player on Mario Party 8 always lucks out!
You can't go wrong getting a free game.
As of time of writing, this game + Wii Remote package costs $59.99. If you purchase an extra Wii Remote, it costs $49.99. So, simple math tells you that the game costs only $10.00. ONLY $10!?? "Wait a minute. Don't all other Wii games cost between $50 to $60??? OMG! What a sweet deal!" And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the only convincing that you should need if you had any doubts about this purchase.
Nintendo realized that, when they were pricing the system, that $250.00(USD) was the magic number to hit. They could have sold the system with WiiSports, and 4 controllers and charge $375.00(USD) for it, but they understood that this would ward away the economically-minded moms & dads. So, at a loss for Nintendo (it obviously cost Nintendo more than $10/game to develop WiiPlay), they decided to sell the Wii Remote and a simple minigame collection together, so that those moms & dads out there would buy a second remote for little sister Jane, so that she can play with his big brother Johnny.
Now, what can you expect for your purchase of a second remote? Obviously, now you can play WiiSports: Tennis/Baseball/Boxing against another live person, and in the future, you can purchase future games that may require 2 remotes.
What can you expect for the GAME-portion of your purchase? You wouldn't expect much for just paying $10.00 for a game, would you? Well, I am here to tell you that the minigames are worth MUCH more than what you paid for. The fun-factor of most of the games is good. I enjoy playing almost all of the games (except for the cow-racing game). And my kids and I regularly go back to WiiPlay, in rotation with our WiiSports, Rayman Raving Rabbids, and Gamecube games.
Bottomline: BUY THIS NEXT if you have just purchased your system (Oh, and an extra Nunchuk too).
My husband and I have been playing the fishing game a lot and I think the cow racing is so cute.
Most recent customer reviews
This is a game that you probably will play for a few weeks and then it will fall into the "oblivion". I just got it for the control.Published 23 months ago by Jorge L Atouguia
What more can I say, a game plus a Wii Remote, for the price of less than a Wii Remote by itself, is an EXCELLENT deal! Read morePublished on Sept. 21 2013 by Amanda
I needed another controller so I bought the games along with the controller. The controller works fine but I thought the
games were not all that great.
WII remote is good but not the game...my son has played this game only once in last couple of months...Published on March 14 2013 by True
Cheap then others.
worth for money.
will buy again. Timely shipping.Recommend others. Remote is original from wii with wii play games.
The cost of this is worth the remote all by itself. A great game for anyone and lots of different choices. Can't believe the great pricing!!Published on March 1 2013 by J. Smith
I priced just the Wii controller before purchasing this combo pack and just the remote was more then $10 more so I'm really happy with the deal that I got. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2013 by Lyn Christiansen