Wii Play: Motion Player Count and Stats (2024)

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Wii Play: Motion Player Count and Stats

Wii Play Motion player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Wii Play: Motion facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Wii Play: Motion player count:

1.64 million game units sold worldwide

Last updated December 2014


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Game Description

“Wii Play: Motion” is a collection of mini-games developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii console. Released in 2011, it is a sequel to the original “Wii Play” and takes advantage of the Wii MotionPlus accessory, which enhances motion control accuracy. The game serves as a showcase for the capabilities of the MotionPlus technology while providing a variety of fun and engaging mini-games for players to enjoy.

“Wii Play: Motion” includes a selection of 12 mini-games, each designed to showcase different uses of the Wii MotionPlus. The mini-games cover a range of activities, from sports and puzzle challenges to rhythm-based games. Each mini-game offers a distinct gameplay experience, encouraging players to explore the capabilities of the MotionPlus and the Wii Remote’s motion-sensing features.

Some of the mini-games in “Wii Play: Motion” include:

1. Cone Zone: A game where players use the Wii Remote to balance and stack ice cream scoops on a cone.
2. Veggie Guardin’: Players use the Wii Remote to fend off pests attacking their garden vegetables.
3. Teeter Targets: A game involving aiming and shooting targets by tilting the Wii Remote.
4. Jump Park: Players control a park ranger guiding animals to safety by using the MotionPlus to mimic jumping.

The game’s presentation features a playful and colorful art style, consistent with Nintendo’s family-friendly approach. Like its predecessor, “Wii Play: Motion” is intended to be accessible to players of all ages and skill levels, making it a suitable choice for casual gaming experiences or multiplayer gatherings.

While “Wii Play: Motion” received mixed reviews from critics, it was generally well-received for its fun and varied mini-games that demonstrated the capabilities of the MotionPlus technology. The game’s focus on social gaming and its collection of mini-games made it a popular choice among families and friends looking for light-hearted and interactive entertainment on the Wii console.

Game Details

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