Excellent demo of the Wii-Motes abillities.
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Wii Play is a game that not many people would go at every day. I'd say it a sort of filler game. It's the perfect time to play this when you are stuck on a different game.
Shooting Range looks like a modification of the classic Duck Hunt game.
Find Mii tests the mind and its memory. Creating Mii's in the Mii Plaza will help you recognise a lot of the Mii you will have to find in this game.
Ping Pong is the best of the games on Wii-Play. The only way to beat it is when you're fully awake because every 20 balls or so, it gets faster!
Pose Mii is a game that tests the twist technique of the Wii-Mote. This is probably the most challenging game for those without quick thinking.
Laser Hockey makes vertical, horizontal and twisting use of the Wii-Mote. The CPU gets harder as you get closer to ten points.
Billiards is not like the real game at all. There are only ten balls and you have to hit each ball in order.
Fishing is quite a fun game and having the special fish up top lets you have a chance at multiplying your points.
Charge! is the game that tests the Wii-Motes ability to be held horizontally and tilted forward or back. Knock down Scarecrows to gain points. Knock em in a row to get a perfect and if you finish with time still going, you will get a time bonus.
Tanks!, my personal favorite is the only mini-game to make use of the nunchuck or without it by using the control pad instead. Mines can be dropped, shells shot and bounced off the wall. New tanks appear as you advance.
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