Wii Play

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Wii Play
WPl boxart.jpg
US cover artwork
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Japan December 2, 2006
Europe December 8, 2006
Australia December 7, 2006
North America February 12, 2007
Platform(s) Wii
Rating(s) ESRB: ESRB E.png - Everyone
PEGI: PEGI 3.png - Ages 3+
CERO: CERO A.png - All ages
Game ID RHAE01
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Wii Play is a party game developed by Nintendo as a launch title for the Wii in Japan, Europe, and Australia. It was released in North America a few months after the Wii's release. The game contains nine minigames, all utilizing Miis. The games were designed to show off the various features of the Wii Remote. Wii Play was developed at the same time as Wii Sports, and is based on a collection of Wii demo games from E3 2006.

Although Wii Play received mixed reviews from critics, it was a commercial success, selling over 28 million copies worldwide,[1] which could be due to the game being bundled with a Wii Remote. The game retailed for $50 in the US, while a Wii Remote retailed for $40, meaning the game itself was essentially being sold for $10.

It is succeeded by Wii Play Motion.


Initially, only the first game is unlocked. Completing a game once unlocks the next game.

Number Minigame Name Image
1 Shooting Range WPl Shooting Range Menu Icon.png
2 Find Mii WPl Find Mii Menu Icon.png
3 Table Tennis WPl Table Tennis Menu Icon.png
4 Pose Mii WPl Pose Mii Menu Icon.png
5 Laser Hockey WPl Laser Hockey Menu Icon.png
6 Billiards WPl Billiards Menu Icon.png
7 Fishing WPl Fishing Menu Icon.png
8 Charge! WPl Charge! Menu Icon.png
9 Tanks! WPl Tanks! Menu Icon.png


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