This is just like Wii Sports, but it consist of 9 mini games that's 1-2 players. Comes out on February 12th.
Here are the nine games:
Here are the nine games:
- Table Tennis - This game is basically a game of Pong, rallying back and forth by moving the Wii remote. The Mii characters are supported, and are represented by the audience. As the game progresses, the audience grows larger. The player controls the position of their paddle with the Wii remote pointer, no swing or hit motion is used (though ball direction can be altered slightly by moving the remote left or right while hitting the ball).
- Laser Hockey - Played like air hockey, this is a two player game where the players move the Wii remote to deflect shots and try to score in the opponents goal. Aiming with the Wii remote moves the rectangular paddle around the field, while twisting the Wii remote can angle the paddle to deflect shots in any direction. According to developers, the physics engine used to calculate the velocity and position of the shots is extremely advanced, with Shigeru Miyamoto even stating that it rivaled the Havok physics engine in its realism.
- Fishing - Players use the Wii remote as a fishing rod, to hook specific paper fish and then yank upwards to grab them. The Wii remote pointer is used to move the rod around, downward and upward motions sink/raise the fishing hook in and out of the water. Different points are added and subtracted depending on the fish caught. A display at the top of the screen shows which fish gives bonus points if caught, and changes every 30 seconds or so.
- Find Mii - Crowds of Mii characters will gather on the screen (standing, swimming, walking and doing other things) and the player is given certain details to look for among them. The player then must pick out the proper Miis that matches the objective. The objectives range from picking two or three Miis that are identical, to picking the fastest Mii, or the odd Miis out (doing things that other Miis aren't).
- Pose Mii - This game can be extremely frantic and difficult. A player must move his Mii to falling bubbles using the Wii remote pointer. The player must also rotate his Mii to the correct angle of the bubble by rotating the Wii remote. In addition to this, as the game progresses, the poses inside the bubbles change, and the player must select the correct pose (out of 3 total) by cycling through them with the A and B buttons. When a Mii is correctly posed in a bubble, it bursts. If a bubbles is not burst and it eventually falls to the floor, the game is over. In the two player game, each player has different coloured bubbles, but they may pop each other`s bubbles for extra points.
- Shooting - Players go through various rounds of shooting balloons, targets, clay pigeons, cans and UFOs. There are targets that have the faces of the player's Mii's which give points when the opponent's Mii is shot. Ducks drawn in the style of the ducks from Duck Hunt also occasionally fly by.
- Billiards - Players play 9 Ball Billiards like traditional pool games. Players line up their shot in both an overhead 2D and behind-the-ball style 3D viewpoints. They may aim for contact on the cue ball at any point to add spin or bounce or a weird angle. They pull the cue stick (Wii remote) backwards, then hit it forward to launch the ball.
- Charge! - The player rides a cow by holding the Wii Remote sideways, and topples scarecrows to score points. The Wii Remote is also tilted forward to increase speed, and backward to decrease speed. The player must also jump barriers by jolting the Wii remote upwards as if jumping.
- Tanks! - This game uses the Wii Remote D-pad (or nunchuk attachment) to move a tank about the screen. The Wii Remote pointer aims on a target and the B button fires shells. Shells can rebound off walls once. There are also mines that can be placed that destroy all tanks within a certain radius. The point of the game is to destroy enemy tanks while avoiding being destroyed yourself.