Top 10 Wii Games
Want to know which Wii games are worth playing and which are wastes of time? Check out Kidzworld’s recommendation for the top 10 Wii games of the year!
Mickey Mouse is back and he’s darker than ever. Mickey returns after he is pulled into Wasteland, an evil land full of old, forgotten Disney characters. Players must help Mickey use paint or paint thinner to manipulate the world and bring it back to its former glory.
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Donkey Kong Island has been invaded by a group of evil Tikis, so Donkey and Diddy must team up to find their stash of stolen bananas. Similar to the N64 version, this game is full of fun but challenging levels.
Super Mario Galaxy 2
The sequel to 2007’s Super Mario Galaxy, this follow-up game gives players more of what they loved in the original. Mario teams up with pal Yoshi to explore new galaxies and fight his old enemy Bowser.
Kirby’s Epic Yarn
Join Kirby as he steps into Patch Land, a world built from yarn, fabric and buttons. The cute and cuddly character uses his own yarn tail to rope in items, swing from place to place and fight enemies.
Follow the Dickens Detective Agency as they solve mysteries and try to catch their nemesis, Mr. Valentine. A modern day twist on the classic board game Clue, this mystery is harder than your typical family game.
Kirby's Epic Yarn
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Sonic is once again fighting the evil Dr. Eggman, this time in a colorful theme park. Players must help Sonic rescue a group of aliens called Wisps, which each have their own color power. You might even get to see Sonic’s sidekick, Tails.
This first-person shooter game lets players channel their inner James Bond in a revamped version of the classic N64 game. Players can also challenge friends to see who can survive the longest.
Metroid: Other M
This innovative game combines 2D sidescroller with 3D first-person shooter. Players can once again join their favorite bounty hunter Samus as he battles new and exciting enemies.
Ivy the Kiwi
Help Ivy, a cute little bird stuck in her shell, as she makes her way through 100 exciting levels by swinging from the vines and catapulting herself forward. While not especially challenging, the game proves to be severely addictive.
Endless Ocean: Blue World
Explore the deep blue ocean and see what the world has to offer. Wii’s take on scuba diving, the game allows players to explore the open seas and discover the creatures that are living beneath.