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  • Publisher: Nintendo
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  • Release Date:Feb 12, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Cartoon Violence)
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Game Description:Note: The Wii Remote is not included with rental or purchase of this game. Wii Play is packed, loaded, and punched with nine fun mini-games that will keep you going 24/7. Start off at the Shooting Range, where you will use the remote to point-aim-and-fire at your target. Billiards is everyone's best bet- use your remote as the pool cue and knock away those stripes and solids as though you were playing at a real live pool table. Where's your Mii? Similar to Where's Waldo, you'll be scanning crowds and faces to pinpoint your Mii. Tanks is for those who enjoy battlefield missions, only this time you'll be commanding a miniature toy tank to do all the work. Hold your breath for more: Pose Mii, Table Tennis, Fishing, Charge! and Laser Hockey are all on the list to play.
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  • Wii Play: Best Selling Game Of The Decade In North America, Wii Fit Creeps Towards Second

    According to NPD numbers, Nintendo’s collection of nine motion-controlled mini-games, Wii Play is the best selling game of the decade in North America, IGN.UK reports. With 11.1 million copies sold since it was released back in 2007, Wii Play has bested other gaming juggernauts, including Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Wii Fit, GTA: Vice...

    Posted October 13, 2009

    Wii Play: Best Selling Game Of The Decade In North America, Wii Fit Creeps Towards Second
  • Nintendo's 'Wii Motion Plus' Presentation at E3 2009

    Posted: June 2, 2009

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