Shooting Range

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Shooting Range
WPl Shooting Range Stage 2 screenshot 2.png
Screenshot from Shooting Range, showing all of the target types
First game Wii Play
Latest game Wii Play
Other game(s) Wii Play
Number of players 1P or 2P
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Shoot down the targets by aiming the Wii Remote at the screen. Fire with b. Combo 5 or more shots for a bonus!
— In-game description

Shooting Range is a minigame found in Wii Play.

In this game, similar to Duck Hunt from the NES, players point their Wii Remote at the screen and shoot with b at various objects to get points. Throughout all of the stages, ducks can occasionally be seen flying in the background, and can be shot for 1 point each.


Stage Description
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Stage 1
Different colored balloons drift across the screen, and the player must shoot them to get points. Each balloon is 1 point.
WPl Shooting Range Stage 2 screenshot.png
Stage 2
Targets appear and disappear across the screen. Regular targets are 1 point, golden targets are 3 points, and the targets with your Mii's face on it are -3 points.
WPl Shooting Range Stage 3 screenshot.png
Stage 3
Frisbees are thrown across the screen by an unknown person. Each frisbee is worth 3 points.
WPl Shooting Range Stage 4 screenshot.png
Stage 4
Aluminum cans fall from the sky. Each can is worth 1 point initially, however when shot they bounce back in the air. The point value increases by 1 each additional time they are shot until they break at 5 points.
WPl Shooting Range Stage 5 screenshot.png
Stage 5
A group of your Mii is standing in a field. UFOs float down and try to beam your Miis up. Shooting a UFO yields 3 points, and it drops the Mii. If all the Miis are stolen, the game ends. If Miis are left at the end of the game, you get additional points.


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