Wii Sports

  • Developer: Nintendo
  • Genre: Arcade/Action
  • Originally on: Windows (2006)
  • Works on: PC, Windows
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Game Overview

Wii Sports is an insane sports simulator, where the player will pick up a joystick and win at tennis, bowling, baseball, golf and boxing. Special Wii devices with motion sensors will help you dive headfirst into the simulation and control the game with your body.


The player is taken to the colorful main menu, there you can choose from modes:

  • Big tennis
  • Bowling
  • Serving or batting in baseball
  • Hitting in golf
  • Boxing


The Wii-mote and Wii-nunchuk gadgets will be needed during gameplay.

When fighting in the ring, keep your hands above your head to avoid getting hit in the face. Damage can be avoided by leaning left, right, or backwards. Keep your distance and work from afar if you're not sure you can take the pressure. The opponent will lie on the floor, taking a couple of punches to the body and face.

Wii Sports bowling and bowling in real life are almost identical, only in the latter there is no heavy ball hanging from your arm. The player holds the Wii-mote in front of him, squeezes the trigger (button B), pulls his hand back, then swings it forward again, and the sporting projectile is already rolling down the track. The force of the stroke, the twist, and the correct trajectory are factors that come into play.

Golf is well designed, just like other games. The player has to put the ball correctly on a small putter. Then you have to hit the ball with the club, pick up the force. Choose the force optimally: too hard or too weak will not work.

In baseball, the player either hits or throws. The key thing is to calculate timing, because without timing, the ball will either be off the line or the athlete won't even hit the ball. At first the player will miss all the balls, but later he will get used to it and the series of home runs will go one after another.

Tennis is played only in pairs. You have to run around the court and make a swing in the right direction.


Wii Sports is a great workout in front of the TV. Score as many points as you can and burn extra calories. Play on steam: the gameplay is good fun for young and old. Be careful not to get your hands sweaty, because the Wii-Mote has accidentally broken the screen several times already to careless users.

System Requirements

Processor: PC compatible,

OS: Win9xWindows 9x, Windows 2000 WinXPWindows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.

Game Features:Wii Sports supports single modeSingle game mode Wii Sports supports multiplayer modeMultiplayer (Hotseat, LAN, Internet)

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