Wii Music

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Wii Music
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Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Japan October 16, 2008
Europe November 14, 2008
Australia November 13, 2008
North America October 20, 2008
Platform(s) Wii
Rating(s) ESRB: ESRB E.png - Everyone
PEGI: PEGI 3.png - Ages 3+
CERO: CERO A.png - All ages
Input(s) Wii Remote
Wii Remote+Nunchuk
Wii Balance Board
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Wii Music is a Wii series game released in 2008 for the Nintendo Wii. It was one of the first games to be announced for the Wii in 2006. It is a musical game, focusing primarily on arranging existing songs by playing as Mii members of a band. It is one of the Wii series games with the lowest sales.


The game lets the player play over 50 songs with over 60 instruments, which can be unlocked by doing lessons. When you start a "jam session", you can do other things like Add/Remove Parts, Stylize Parts, Change Tempo, Change Miis, and load video data. Players are also able to send/receive jam sessions to Wii Friends, but only a certain amount can be sent in one day, as you have 10 "blocks" in total to send, with a session being a minimum of 1 block. There are multiple styles of music you can make a song turn into, including Reggae, Rock, Classical, etc. After you select your Miis and song, there are 10 stages you can play in. After you are done playing a song, you can rate it out of 100 and save a video of it. There is also a drum mode if the player connects a Balance Board.

List of game modes


Jam Session

  • Quick Jam: Players get randomize an instrument, a song, and different musical styles.
  • Custom Jam: Players select a song, stage, instruments, and band parts to perform in a jam session.


  • Jam Basics: Players learn to go hands-on with instruments and how to perform in a basic jam session.
  • Jam Mystery: Players learn tips on making unique song arrangements in a variety of different musical styles.


Players can view all the videos they’ve saved, and also exchange videos with friends who own Wii Music through WiiConnect24.

  • Video Library: Showcases all the videos the player saved.
  • Top-10 Playback: Shows the top 10 rated video.
  • Random Playback: A random video plays.


  • Mii Maestro: Players wave the wii remote to conduct their musicians.
  • Handbell Harmony: Players ring their handbells in time with the music-flow guide.
  • Pitch Perfect: Player take on tone-recognition quizzes.


See also: Wii Music/gallery

Instrument silhouettes

Wii series games
Tomodachi series
Swapnote series
Other Mii-centered games
Non-Mii games for the Nintendo DS
Non-Mii games for the Wii
Non-Mii games for the Nintendo 3DS
Non-Mii games for the Wii U
Non-Mii games for the Nintendo Switch
Non-Mii games for other platforms