Top 10 Best Games on Certain WiisWii has tons of cool games to offer. Many Wiis have multiple games within each that are fun to play with. Whether it's in single player or double player (or in some games even three player or four player), it's a great pleasure.
Bowling in Wii Sports is quite a lot like bowling in real life: You have to knock down the pins in every lane. It requires you to lift the remote and drop the ball in order to throw it and clear the lane. You can adjust the mode by moving the remote and keys to take out the pins. In the training version, there are 3 versions. The first one(Picking up Spared) involves clearing the lane in 1 throw. In that one, you have to clear as many lanes as possible. You will have 5 balls. You will be able to use the ball for as many lanes until you don't clear a lane. For every lane you don't clear, it will remove the ball from the number of usable balls. Once all the balls are used up, it'll conclude it and show how many lanes you cleared. There is a maximum of 20 lanes in this stage. The second one(Power Throws) involves bowling 10 lanes. For every strike, it doubles your points. There are 10 Pins, 15 Pins, 28 Pins, 36 Pins, 45 Pins, 55 Pins, 66 Pins, 78 Pins, and 91 Pins in each respective ...more
Such a fun game. I'm pretty good at hitting strikes or spares.
Wii Play Tanks! is the 9th Stage on the Wii Play Disc where the player's objective is to eliminate the Enemy Tanks by either firing at the tank or dropping a mine close to the tank. The player tank can drop 2 mines at a time and can have only 5 active bullets at a time. There are 9 types of enemy tanks in the game. In single player mode, the game first stops you at Mission 20 with 84 tanks. However, the second time around, the player has 100 Missions and will end with 540 tanks if they complete all levels. You start out with 3 lives and earn an extra life for every 5 levels completed. If the player dies, it will have backup lives in place and all the tank positions will be reset. However, destroyed tanks will NOT be replaced. Levels including 21-29, 31-39, 41-49, 51-59, 61-69, 71-79, 81-89, 91-99 are not fixed and are randomized each time. However, the amount of tanks in those never change.
Levels like 1-20 and every other level after that ending in a "0" are ...more
Cycling is a game which involves racing to the finish line. You will have to have a nunchuck connected to your remote in this game. There are 3 versions of the game. In multi stage versions, it leaves off from the previous stage. There's a 1-Stage race where there are 30 racers in all. In the 3-Stage race where there are 50 racers in all. In the 6-Stage race, there are 100 racers in all. There are many different customs in this game. Another version of the game is the 2 player cycling which involves 2 players competing against each other to race to the finish line. In this game, the player has 3 hearts. When all the hearts go out completely, the player will stop and drink water to become re-energized. The player also has to stay on tracks so that they don't fall off. If they fall off, they will be re-spawned to their location and continue the race.
Frisbee involved throwing the frisbee in order for the puppy to catch it. The puppy has to chase it and catch it on a location. Based on where it lands, it'll give the respective point on where it lands. It's a lot like a target. There's also a golf version which involves throwing the frisbee around the golf course. The player will proceed to the next "hole" after the frisbee hits the target location.
Air Sports comes in 3 modes: Skydiving, Island Flyover, and Dogfight. Skydiving involves bonding with other players and will have pictures taken as the Mii's going down. The Island flyover comes in 3 modes: Daytime, Evening and Night. The Island Flyover involves flying the plane around and collecting "I" points by driving plane through them. They are located around a lot of islands and are collected by driving the plane through them. It In the Dogfight, it requires 2 players battling for the most amount of balloons.
Charge is the 8th Stage of Wii Play. It involves running your cow to knock down scarecrows. You get 5 points or sometimes 10 points(when you get the jumpy scarecrow). You will have 1 minute, 30 seconds to race to the finish line and if there's any time left over, it'll add to the bonus. If the time runs out before you get to the finish, the points won't count. You have to raise your remote in order for your cow to jump.
My personal favorite from Wii Play.
Find Mii is the 2nd Stage of Wii Play. It involves completing the goal given within the time. It starts out with 15 seconds and will add seconds for each goal completed. If gotten wrong, it'll subtract seconds. The kinds of goals are Finding 2,3,4,5 look a-likes, which involves picking the stated amount of similar faces; finding the odd Mii out (which involves selecting the mii that looks in the opposite of majority of the crowd); finding the fastest mii; find the Mii you're using; find this Mii (finding the mii face asked); finding the sleepy head (selecting the mii with their heads down); picking a favorite (selecting whatever mii you want to memorize for later levels), and finding your favorite (selecting the mii you chose as your favorite). The settings it takes place in includes a city (where the Miis are walking through and the player has to select the player if it shows before they leave the screen. In later levels, it's more zoomed out), bleachers (where the Miis are ...more
Swordplay has 3 versions: the Showdown, Speed slice, and fight with opponent. In the Showdown, there are multiple round areas where the player has to strike down each Mii. They have to guard themselves to prevent the Miis from hitting them. If the Mii gets 3 hits, they're out and they lose the round. The amount of hearts a Mii has is on the top of their head and signifies the amount of hits required to take them out. For Speed slice, the Mii has to slice each item in the direction the arrow points. They have do it versus an opponent Mii. The one that gets the most slices in the end wins. In the fight with opponent, it requires the Mii fighting the opponent using the slice sword. There are at max 3 rounds. But if the player Mii beats the other Mii 2 times in a row, the game concludes and the player Mii wins. It goes the same way for the other way around.
Shooting Range is the 1st Stage in Wii Play Tanks. It involves destroying the targets in the game. In single player, you can even connect a 2nd remote which will generate a 2nd gun for you to use to destroy the targets and earn you more points. The player can also earn extra points for multiple shots in a row. In the first round, there are balloons where the player has to shoot each balloon and pop them. There will be birds flying around, which will earn the player 10 points. In the 2nd round, there are targets, which the player has to blast. The player should NOT hit their own Mii targets, otherwise they will lose 5 points. The regular targets are 1 point and the reddish ones are 10 points. In the 3rd round, there are clay pigeons which will be thrown, like saucers. They are worth 5 points when destroyed when closer to the screen, and fewer points when further away. Then, in the 4th round, there will be red cans. They fall faster after each shot and after 5 shots, they are destroyed. ...more
When I was younger I didn't really dig the sport, but as I grew older not only did I get better at it on this and Resort, but also start to appreciate it more as time goes on its like fine wine.
I don't really like Golf, but it's fun to play on Wii. Pretty challenging, but nice.