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Wii Play + Wii Remote


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"Best way to get an additional Remote"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I bought this for my sister for her birthday and she loves it. It was only $10 more than buying the remote by itself and you get a few more cool games to play too.

Great Buy would recommend this to anyone wanting to get an additional remote for thier Nintendo Wii.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Good for the kiddies."
4 stars"

This game is a great one for the kids as it gets them moving. Stops them from becoming a couched potatoe. It has easy to read instructions and lots of different games to choose from. My favourite was the target shooting, you have got to be focused and ready at all times.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"Worth the extra dosh"
4 stars"

This is definitely a must-have if you are picking up an extra Wii Remote. As many people have stated before myself, the extra $10 is well worth the purchase. Wii Play is a nice little game to add to your collection. Its obviously not as deep or entralling as full price Wii games, but it's fun. I wouldn't say it is as good as Wii Sports, but it does its job. The games in Wii Sports are based more on motion, whilst the games on Wii Play are based mostly on pointing. This can make it a little harder, and more tedious. Also, as far as I can tell, Wii Play is only 2 player maximum, which is fine for playing against a friend, but a wee boring for those not playing when you have a room full of people. Overall I'd say if you are going to buy another Wii remote, and haven't already got Wii Play, pick it up. It's definitely worth your $10, but don't expect an epic.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"excellent deal"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

groan seems people still need to lighten up a little… i'm tired of seeing everybody saying “…blerh you'll only play it for an hour…” or “…blerh if you're over 12 (like me) it won't keep you entertained for long…” the games on this disc are FANTASTIC for what they are… ESPECIALLY for $10… i've had, on many occasions now, rooms full of people enjoying the games on this disc… some of the more strange ones can be addictive AS after you play them for a while, especially when having battles with other people :P~ a lot of fun!!

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"Must have two Wii Remotes" Purchased on Mighty Ape

Wii remote is superb, and a must have for two player games, which adds even more fun to the Wii. The 9 mini games that come with the remote, however, are average at best. If you are over 12 you won't play any of the games more than once. But, if you are going to buy another remote, you may as well get this package, you'll get about an hours fun out of the games.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"Worth the coin"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Good game for all ages plus u get spare controller. Great range of skills to learn an master


Includes a Wii Remote and the compilation pack Wii Play which includes the following games:

Table Tennis

The game is one and two players and is basically a game of Pong,
rallying back and forth by moving the Wii remote. The Mii characters are
supported, and are represented by the audience. As the game progresses,
the audience grows larger.

Laser Hockey

Played like air hockey, this is a two player game where the players
move the Wii remote up and down to deflect shots and try to score in the
opponents goal. Twisting the paddle aims the ball.


Players use the Wii remote in a fishing fashion to hook specific paper
fish and then yank upwards to grab them.

Find Mii

Crowds of Mii characters will gather on the screen and the player is
given certain details to look for among them. The player then must pick
out the proper Mii that matches the objective.

Pose Mii

Players move their Miis about with the Wii remote and place themselves
in the exact location and position of floating transparent Miis to score


Players go through various rounds of shooting balloons, targets, clay
pigeons, ducks, etc. Up to four players can play.


Play 9 Ball Billiards like traditional pool games found online. Players
line up their shot in both an overhead 2D and behind-the-ball style 3D
viewpoints. They pull the cue stick (Wii remote) backwards, then hit it
forward to launch the ball.


The player takes a bull by the horns, steers the wild steer by holding
the Wii Remote sideways, as if gripping reins, and topple scarecrows to
score points.


The player controls a tank with the Wii Remote; aims the cannon,
bounces shells off walls, and blast opponents.
Release date NZ
December 7th, 2006
All-time sales rank
Top 100
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