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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on September 21, 2012
I bought Wii Play just because I needed another controller. I bought Wii Play Motion because it looked fun, and it surely is. It has many more games that Wii Play and the MotionPlus controlled aspect made it an absolute gem. My seven year old and I love to play this together and her favorites are the Rock Skipping and the Ghost Hunting. Rock Skipping is just as it sounds. You pick your stone and throw it sideways into the water. The object is to skip it as many times as you can. You get five turns to do it, and each one accumulates to your final total. You get special shaped rocks and rocks with pictures on them which adds to the fun factor as well. The Ghost Hunting game is kind of like Ghost Busters. You walk around your actual room and detect ghosts. Once you find them and latch on, you have to bring them back to the screen. This is fun and challenging at the same time. I find these to be pretty addicting and enjoy playing them with my daughter. She also really lkes to play the game derived from the Bubble Posing game from the first one as well. Instead, in this game, you are falling and must pose before you crash through the hole. Once you turn the remote the right way, you freefall through. The quicker you do it the more points you earn. We also like the Ice Cream game. You have to balance scoops of ice cream and even soft serve swirls in a cone. It's fun and I always look forward to trying to break my own records on it. There is also a game like the original where you shoot at targets. It is much more fun than the original too because there are different levels shooting at different kinds of targets, from ninjas to dinosaurs. One of my own personal favorites is the Pinball type game where you use a pinball-type flipper to hit a ball at targets. There are increasingly difficult levels and you have a time limit to hit the target each time. I did like the Spot the Mii from the original, and would have liked a unique version of this game on the newer one, but I can't complain about the new additions to the Motion game. I would highly recommend this to all ages, as you can spend a lot of time together playing and beating each other's scores. (I am still trying to best my daughter's record of 46 skips to my best of 45. She was very happy to beat me, and even asked if I could teach her how to skip stones for real.)
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on January 6, 2013
There don't seem to be a lot of Wii games out there that let you incorporate your own created Mii's. This one does. It's fun to be able to use your own Mii to play a game and there are several different games on this Wii game. It was purchased with others for my daughters for Christmas, and it has been a favorite.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on June 16, 2013
Most of these games are fun. Skipping stones and chasing ghosts are taking more of my time than they should, but they are VERY addictive!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on June 30, 2013
Each of the games feature a VS option which is perfect for my husband and I because we love competing against each other. All of the games are fun and simple. Most of the games are 2+ players. You must have a one remote per person, you cannot share a remote. The only game that we couldn't get to work properly was the shooting game (shoot spacecrafts in a field). The pointer would not line up with the screen even after we 'calibrated' both remotes. (Note: We also own the Wii motion plus remotes which are required for this game)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on March 25, 2014
My non-verbal 10 year old with autism absolutely adores this game. It is one of his all time favorites. :)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on March 20, 2014
its a fun game but if youre just playing by yourself it gets old fast, would be good for younger kids or a family night though
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on March 3, 2013
We love the wii play motion. My grandkids have a good time with it and it keeps them interested. Some of the games are really challenging so that is good. my grandkids are 13 , 9 and 6 so its good for all ages
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 16, 2014
This Wii game is probably best for kids under 14. I found most of the games really boring except the wack a mole and the shooting game. There really wasnt very much motion to the games and I really love the games where you are really moving and getting your heart rate up. Ill keep this to play the wack a mole, but this again is really just for kids. Adults you will be board.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Like with Wii Resort and Sports this pretty much has a multitude of games that allow more use of the abilities of the wii and wii remote unlike the third party developer games.

If you played the previously mentioned games then this one won't come as a surprise as most use the same basic functions though there are a few games that are unique from the earlier mentioned games too. So for Wii and Wii U fans here's an entertaining addition to your game library that's worth getting.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2013
i have a lot of options to play in Wii. My daughter is very happy and she always enjoy to play it.
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